Journals

Genetics in Medicine  
Genetics in Medicine is the official journal of the American College of Medical Genetics with a mission to enhance the knowledge and practice of medical genetics. Original articles that are relevant to the broad aspects of medical genetics will be welcomed, including manuscripts in the areas of clinical genetics, biochemical genetics, cytogenetics, molecular genetics, public health genetics, genetic epidemiology, genetic counseling, genetic education, and clinical informatics.
Submitted: Nov 11, 2000
Teratogenesis, Carcinogenesis, and Mutagenesis  
Teratogenesis, Carcinogenesis, and Mutagenesis publishes original research on the evaluation and characterization of teratogens, carcinogens, or mutagens. Reports that describe the development of novel experimental techniques for toxicological assessment, or the application of current methods in molecular and cellular biology (including in vitro studies, organ and cell culture, and the use of transgenic animals) are encouraged. Analyses that involve the extrapolation of state-of-the-art methods to human risk assessment are of particular interest.
Submitted: Nov 11, 2000
Current Advances in Genetics & Molecular Biology  
Current Advances in Genetics & Molecular Biology is a monthly current literature searching service which is fast, comprehensive, economical and easy to use. It enables pure and applied scientists to keep abreast of the ever-increasing literature being published in their subject area, by providing a subject categorized listing of titles, authors, bibliographic details and authors' addresses. Titles are presented under appropriate subject headings with full cross references.
Submitted: Nov 11, 2000
The American Journal of Human Genetics  
Since its inception in 1948, AJHG has provided a record of research and review relating to heredity in man and to the application of genetic principles in medicine, psychology, anthropology, and social services, as well as in related areas of molecular and cell biology. Topics explored by AJHG include behavioral genetics, biochemical genetics, clinical genetics, cytogenetics, dysmorphology, genetic counseling, immunogenetics, and population genetics and epidemiology.
Submitted: Nov 11, 2000
American Journal of Medical Genetics  
The American Journal of Medical Genetics publishes 40 issues a year on all biological and medical aspects of genetic disorders and birth defects for physicians, medical geneticists, and associated professionals.
Submitted: Nov 11, 2000
Animal Genetics  
Animal Genetics reports frontline reseach on the immunogenetics, biochemical genetics and molecular genetics of economically important and domestic animals. It reports current research on genetic variation at the level of single genes, their products and functions in economically important and domestic species of animals. In addition to the conventional areas of blood groups, protein polymorphism and gene mapping, the Journal encompasses advances in rapidly developing areas such as DNA polymorphism.
Submitted: Nov 11, 2000
Cloning  
A quarterly rapid publication, peer-reviewed journal covering all aspects of cloning research and applications. Publishes scientific papers on original investigations into cellular and molecular biology of de-differentiating embryonic stem cells and methods of genetic modifications of animals including germ line gene therapy in humans.
Submitted: Dec 17, 2000
Cytogenetics and Cell Genetics  
This journal is a forum for original research in mammalian cytogenetics and molecular genetics including gene cloning and sequencing, gene mapping, cancer genetics, comparative genetics, gene linkage, and related areas. In addition, the journal publishes key papers on chromosome aberrations in somatic, meiotic and malignant cells of man and other animals. Also featured are the vast majority of the reports of the individual International Workshops on Human Chromosome Mapping.
Submitted: Nov 11, 2000
Experimental and Clinical Immunogenetics  
While basic findings still constitute the main focus of this unique publication, increasing emphasis is being given to clinical concerns and other applications of the science of immunogenetics. Contributions from leading international research groups offer readers new experimental data on proteins of immunological relevance, the MHC of various species, and other cell surface antigens including blood group epitopes. Special attention is given to reports on the evolution and ontogeny of the immunoglobulin superfamily, and the genetics of the immune response. A further exciting topic is the effects of bacteria, viruses and toxins on the immune system. The journal is a vital reference to all aspects of immunogenetic progress and its emerging relevance to clinical medicine, general and human genetics.
Submitted: Nov 11, 2000
Gene Function & Disease  
By launching the journal Gene Function & Disease, Wiley-VCH expects to pioneer in the publication of the results of high-quality basic research that is firmly anchored in molecular biology and addresses problems of clinical importance.
Submitted: Jan 14, 2001
Genes & Development  
Genes & Development publishes high-quality research papers of broad general interest and biological significance in the areas of molecular biology, molecular genetics, and related fields. G&D publishes two research formats; Research papers and short Research Communications, in addition to Review Articles and Perspectives.
Submitted: Nov 11, 2000
Genes and Immunity  
Genes and Immunity emphasizes studies which demonstrate genetic, genomic or functional variation in the immune system, and assist our understanding of how the basic control over the immune system varies between individuals both in health and disease. The emerging role for genes outside the MHC will be of particular interest.
Submitted: Nov 11, 2000
Genetic Epidemiology  
Genetic Epidemiology is a peer reviewed journal and forum for discussion of research on the distribution and determinants of human disease. Full articles are preferred but letters to the editor, mini-reviews, and book reviews are also possible. Emphasis should be on the possible familial and hereditary factors in the origins and manifestations of human disease as revealed by genetic, molecular, and epidemiologic investigations. A high priority is placed on innovative methodologies both statistical, computer science, and laboratory to expedite further studies in genetic epidemiology.
Submitted: Nov 11, 2000
Human Mutation  
Human Mutation is a peer-reviewed journal that offers publication of original Research Articles, Methods, Mutation Updates, Reviews, Database Articles, Mutations in Brief (MIBs), Rapid Communications, and Letters on broad aspects of mutation research in humans. Reports of novel DNA variations and their phenotypic consequences, reports of SNPs demonstrated as valuable for genomic analysis, descriptions of new molecular detection methods, and novel approaches to clinical diagnosis are welcomed.
Submitted: Jan 14, 2001
Molecular Human Reproduction  
Molecular Human Reproduction publishes articles on the molecular aspects of reproductive physiology and pathology, endocrinology, andrology, gonad function, gametogenesis, fertilization, embryo development, implantation, pregnancy, contraception, oncology and infectious disease. The diagnosis and investigation of genetic disease is also covered in the scope of Molecular Human Reproduction. Published papers include peer-reviewed original research reports, review articles and debates on topical areas.
Submitted: Nov 25, 2000
American Board of Medical Genetics  
The purposes of the ABMG shall be: (a) to elevate the standards and advance the art and science of medical genetics by encouraging its study and improving its practice; (b) to conduct examinations to determine the qualifications of medical geneticists who voluntarily apply to the ABMG for certification as Diplomates; (c) to grant and issue Diplomate certificates in the field of medical genetics and its various specialty areas to those medical geneticists who have received adequate preparation in accordance with the ABMG's educational, training, and experience requirements, and who have passed the comprehensive Certification Examinations administered by the ABMG; (d) to maintain a registry of holders of such certificates; (e) to evaluate and accredit qualified training programs in the field of medical genetics; and (f) thereby, to improve the public health.
Submitted: Jan 13, 2001
BioMedNet  
Resources for biological medical researchers. Membership is free, and members can search without charge. However, viewing full-text articles from publishers requires payment or a subscription.
Submitted: Nov 11, 2000
Clinical Dysmorphology  
Clinical Dysmorphology publishes succinct case reports on the etiology, clinical delineation, genetic mapping, and molecular embryology of birth defects. This journal covers such topics as multiple congenital anomaly syndromes--with particular emphasis on previously undescribed conditions, rare findings, ethnic differences in existing syndromes, fetal abnormalities, and cytogenetic aberrations that might give clues to the localization of developmental genes.
Submitted: Jan 13, 2001
Cloning  
A quarterly rapid publication, peer-reviewed journal covering all aspects of cloning research and applications. Publishes scientific papers on original investigations into cellular and molecular biology of de-differentiating embryonic stem cells and methods of genetic modifications of animals including germ line gene therapy in humans.
Submitted: Nov 11, 2000
Community Genetics  
The journal ‘Community Genetics’ is multidisciplinary in scope, covering medical genetics, epidemiology, primary care, community medicine and public health education, and will also include psychological, social, legal and ethical aspects. Aiming to improve the dialogue between researchers, practitioners and lay members of the community, the journal will feature original research papers, reviews and short communications, as well as news, opinion and correspondence sections.
Submitted: Nov 11, 2000
Developmental Genetics  
Developmental Genetics publishes original research devoted to explorations of gene function and gene regulation during biological development. The journal welcomes contributions from researchers working on developmental genetics of microbes, plants, or animals, and utilizing genetical, molecular, physiological, or morphological approaches.
Submitted: Nov 11, 2000
DNA and Cell Biology  
Publishes peer-reviewed papers, short communications, reviews, and laboratory methods dealing with eukaryotic or prokaryotic gene structure, organization, expression, cell biology, biochemistry, immunology, virology, and evolution. Includes papers studying genes and their expression at the level of RNA or proteins or the molecular basis of the immune response using molecular or cell biology approaches.
Submitted: Nov 11, 2000
DNA Sequence  
The journal publishes mapping data useful to future DNA sequencing; DNA sequence data in full, new sequencing procedures; and allied techniques. Computer methods to analyse DNA sequences, compilations of sequence motifs of DNA proteins are welcome. Emphasis is given to papers which include methodology and collations of sequences, and high quality invited reviews.
Submitted: Jan 13, 2001
Environmental and Molecular Mutagenesis  
Environmental and Molecular Mutagenesis publishes original research articles on environmental mutagenesis. It will publish manuscripts in the six general areas of mechanisms of mutagenesis; genomics; DNA damage; replication, recombination, and repair; public health; and DNA technology. Subsumed under these six general areas are subject matters that are appropriate for inclusion in EMM.
Submitted: Nov 11, 2000
European Journal of Human Genetics  
The European Journal of Human Genetics is the official Journal of the European Society of Human Genetics, publishing high-quality, original research papers, short reports and reviews in the rapidly expanding field of human genetics. It covers molecular, clinical and cytogenetics, interfacing between advanced biomedical research and the clinician and bridging the great diversity of facilities, resources and viewpoints in the genetics community in Europe and elsewhere.
Submitted: Nov 11, 2000
European Journal of Immunogenetics  
The European Journal of Immunogenetics was formerly known as the Journal of Immunogenetics. The Journal is truly international in its spread of subscribers, authors and Editorial Board Members, and publishes original contributions on the genetic control of components of the immune system and their interactions in both humans and experimental animals.
Submitted: Nov 11, 2000
Gene  
The journal publishes papers on all structural, functional, and evolutionary aspects of genes, chromatin, chromosomes and genomes. The table of contents for this journal is now available pre-publication, via e-mail, as part of the free ContentsDirect service from Elsevier Science.
Submitted: Nov 11, 2000
Genes and Function  
Genes and Function will publish research involving the exploitation of modern genetics to investigate the physiology of whole organisms. The Journal's emphasis will be on complex organisms, but work on microbes is welcomed where this provides insight into general physiological pathways. The journal provides a platform for the functional analyses that are evolving from the genome projects.
Submitted: Nov 11, 2000
Genes to Cells  
Now completing its third year of publication, Genes to Cells is building a reputation for publishing only the best in molecular and cellular biology from the international research community.
Submitted: Nov 11, 2000
Genes, Chromosomes, and Cancer  
Genes, Chromosomes & Cancer will offer rapid publication of original full-length research articles, brief communications, perspectives, reviews, letters to the editors, as well as editorial commentaries on genetic analysis as related to the study of neoplasia. Particular emphasis will be placed on work combining molecular and cytogenetic analyses of the genomic alterations of cancer cells.
Submitted: Nov 11, 2000
Genetic Engineering News  
The most widely read publication in the biotechnology/bioprocess industry worldwide. Provides major coverage of significant issues, regulatory and scale-up guidelines, R&D, financial news (including public offerings, mergers, and venture capital), funding and government news, corporate profiles, university news, meeting reports, foreign reports, new product and literature information, and critical in-depth articles relating to the production of biotechnology products.
Submitted: Nov 11, 2000
Genetic Testing  
A quarterly peer-reviewed journal focusing on all aspects of genetic testing, including prenatal diagnosis, risk assessment, clinical consequences of molecular genetics, results of population screens and targeted testing, methodologies, strategies, and ethical and legal issues.
Submitted: Nov 11, 2000
Genetics Online  
A periodical record of investigations bearing on heredity and variation.
Submitted: Sep 26, 2000
Heredity  
Heredity is an international journal of genetics and a publication of the Genetics Society of Great Britain. It publishes articles in all areas of genetics, focusing on the genetics of eukaryotes.
Submitted: Nov 11, 2000
Human Gene Therapy  
A rapid-publication peer-reviewed journal covering all aspects of human gene therapy. Publishes scientific papers on original investigations into the transfer and expression of genes in mammals, including humans. Improvements in vector development, delivery systems, and animal models, particularly in the areas of cancer, heart disease, viral disease, genetic disease, and neurological disease, are covered.
Submitted: Oct 26, 2000
Human Genome News  
Published since the Human Genome Project's inception in 1989, this newsletter is intended to facilitate communication, help prevent duplication of research effort, and inform persons interested in genome research. It is sponsored by the genome program of the Department of Energy Office of Biological and Environmental Research.
Submitted: Jan 14, 2001
Human Molecular Genetics  
Human Molecular Genetics concentrates on full-length research papers covering a wide range of topics in all aspects of human molecular genetics.
Submitted: Nov 25, 2000
Journal of Medical Genetics  
Since its launch in 1964, Journal of Medical Genetics has provided readers with reports of original research in medical genetics. Published monthly, the journal covers a range of topics from basic research on medically relevant aspects of the human genome to clinical reports, diagnostic methods and psychosocial aspects of clinical genetics.
Submitted: Nov 11, 2000
Molecular Carcinogenesis  
Molecular Carcinogenesis presents information describing investigations of molecular aspects of the mechanisms involved in chemical, physical, and viral (biological) carcinogenesis. Areas of interest include, but are not limited to, the structure, expression, or function of genes or gene products associated with normal growth and differentiation and alterations in neoplasia; characterization of genes or gene products expressed in preneoplastic or neoplastic cells; molecular studies that define a specific function of a tumor-associated protein or its effects on cellular function; virtually all research on molecular aspects of oncogenes, tumor suppressor genes, and their gene products; carcinogenesis studies in transgenic mice; and research on human tumor viruses.
Submitted: Jan 14, 2001
Molecular Genetics and Metabolism  
Molecular Genetics and Metabolism is a contribution to the understanding of the metabolic basis of disease. The journal publishes articles describing investigations that use the tools of biochemistry and molecular biology for studies of normal and diseased states. In addition to original research articles, occasional minireviews reporting timely advances as well as brief communications and letters to the editor are considered.
Submitted: Jan 14, 2001
Molecular Reproduction and Development  
Molecular Reproduction and Development is an international journal that encompasses the molecular biology of reproductive and related developmental processes in humans, multi-cellular animals, and plants. In addition to studies in gamete biology (sex cells, fertilization and early development), the journal publishes original research articles and invited reviews that impinge on modern reproductive biology, such as genetics (including gene regulation and expression), transgenics, cell biology and biochemistry, as well as studies in physiology, endocrinology, anatomy and ultrastructure that provide a basis for molecular biological investigations.
Submitted: Jan 14, 2001
Mutagenesis  
Mutagenesis is an international multi-disciplinary journal designed to bring together research aimed at the identification, characterization and elucidation of the mechanisms of action of physical, chemical and biological agents capable of producing genetic change in living organism and the study of the consequences of such changes.
Submitted: Nov 11, 2000
Nature Reviews Genetics  
Reviews focused on gene expression and function, genetics, genomics, technology and diseases.
Submitted: Nov 11, 2000
New Genetics and Society  
New Genetics and Society provides an international platform for the informed discussion of key issues raised by the exploitation of the new genetics into the next millennium. It will publish leading-edge, social science research alongside theoretical and methodological contributions to the development of this multidisciplinary field. All contributions will be rigorously refereed through an international editorial board. Short reports, comments and book reviews are also welcome.
Submitted: Nov 11, 2000
Oncogene  
Oncogene covers all aspects of the structure and function of oncogenes.
Submitted: Nov 11, 2000
Somatic Cell and Molecular Genetics  
Somatic Cell and Molecular Genetics, publishes reports of original research in the fields of cellular and molecular genetics of higher eukaryotic systems. The focus is on studies with animal or plant cells in the following areas: gene expression and regulation, gene transfer into cultured cells or embryos, gene isolation, gene mapping, gene therapy, molecular biology of inherited diseases, recombination, mutation, chromosome replication, and the genetics of subcellular organelles. Studies on related topics-such as cell differentiation, malignant transformation, cell-virus interactions, X chromosome inactivation, cell cycle regulation, cell membranes, nuclear transfer, blastomere aggregation, and immunogenetics are published if relevant to the primary emphasis of the journal.
Submitted: Jan 14, 2001
Teratology  
Teratology publishes original reports of studies in all areas of abnormal development and related fields. It also welcomes reviews of topics of current significance and letters discussing papers that have appeared in Teratology or that deal with controversial scientific matters of interest to its readers.
Submitted: Jan 14, 2001
The Journal of Gene Medicine  
The Journal of Gene Medicine is a print and electronic journal which publishes articles on the science of gene transfer and its clinical applications.
Submitted: Oct 26, 2000
The Journal of Heredity  
Over the last nine decades, The Journal of Heredity has established and maintained a tradition of scholarly excellence in the publication of genetics research. Since 1905, virtually every major figure in the field has contributed to the journal. Now in its eighty-ninth year, The Journal of Heredity covers organismal genetics in greater depth than ever before. Articles discuss gene action, regulation, and transmission in both plant and animal species, including the genetic aspects of botany, cytogenetics and evolution, zoology, and molecular and developmental biology.
Submitted: Nov 11, 2000
The Journal of Heredity  
The Journal of Heredity is the official journal of the American Genetic Association. Individual subscribers automatically become members of the Association.
Submitted: Nov 25, 2000
Trends in Genetics  
Multi-faceted and highly-cited, from developmental biology to genomics. Each monthly issue contains concise, lively and up-to-date Reviews as well as a section for Comment on the latest developments, a journal monitoring feature, Genetwork (a column about Internet resources), Meeting Reports, and Book, Software and CD-ROM reviews, and new in 98 - genetics and society.
Submitted: Nov 11, 2000



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