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Molecular Genetics and Metabolism Reports

Title Abbreviation
Mol Genet Metab Rep
Electronic ISSN
Biomedical Researchers, Cell Biologists, Endocrinologists, Molecular Biologists, Neonatologists, Pathologists, Perinatologists, Ultrasound Medicine Specialists
Molecular Genetics and Metabolism Reports is a peer reviewed, open access journal that publishes reports describing investigations that use the tools of biochemical genetics and molecular genetics for studies of normal and disease states. In addition to brief research articles, sequence reports, case reports and letters to the editor are considered. Research Areas include: - Newborn Screening and Diagnosis of Inherited Metabolic Diseases - Clinical Management and Treatment of Inborn Errors of Metabolism - Normal and Pathogenic Functioning Related to Biochemical Genetic Disease - Biochemical Studies of Primary and Secondary Enzyme Defects - Thresholds, Moonlighting Functions of Proteins and Biochemical Network Modules - Intercellular and Intracellular Metabolic Relationships
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No associations affiliated with this journal
Publisher Name
Elsevier Inc - NY
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