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Frontiers in Genetics


Title Abbreviation
Front Genet
Electronic ISSN
1664-8021
Readership
Biologists, Biomedical Engineers/Technologists, Geneticists
Scope
Frontiers in Genetics publishes research on genes and genomes relating to all the domains of life, from humans to livestock, and plants to other model organisms. Led by Field Chief Editor Enrico Domenici (Department of Cellular, Computational and Integrated Biology, University of Trento, Italy) Frontiers in Genetics is indexed in PubMed Central (PMC) and Scopus, among others, and explores the full spectrum of genetic and genomic research, encompassing fundamental studies and their clinical applications, while also embracing methodological advancements and exploring their applications and implications. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to: • How genes or genomes relate to traits and human?pathophysiology • Advances in genomic data technology and analysis • Gene flow among species and populations • Livestock genome research Interactions between organisms, their?environment, and xenobiotics • Molecular and cellular genetics • Societal implications?of genetic research. Submissions that emphasize advancement in the understanding of the function and variability of the genome, the use of genetic and genomic tools, and the analysis of the genetic underpinnings of biological processes are of particular interest to this journal.
Sponsoring Association(s)
No associations affiliated with this journal
Publisher Name
Frontiers Media SA
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