Scope of the journal

The scope of the journal includes the complete study of all the structural, functional, computational, evolutionary and comparative aspects of genomes. The Journal covers all the related areas of genomics that encompasses the fundamental nature of genes and genomes at all levels by experimental and theoretical approaches in all organisms, including microbes, plants, animals and human.View More...
Original ResearchOpen Access

Comparative genome analysis of non-toxigenic non-O1 versus toxigenic O1 Vibrio cholerae

Munmun Mukherjee, Prathusha Kakarla , Sanath Kumar, Esmeralda Gonzalez, Jared T. Floyd, Madhuri Inupakutika, Amith Reddy Devireddy, Selena R. Tirrell, Merissa Bruns, Guixin He, Ingrid E. Lindquist, Anitha Sundararajan, Faye D. Schilkey, Joann Mudge, Manuel F. Varela
Genomics Discovery 2 : 1

Original ResearchOpen Access

Transcriptome analysis of osteosarcoma identifies suppression of wnt pathway and up-regulation of adiponectin as potential biomarker

Aare Märtson, Sulev Kõks, Ene Reimann, Ele Prans, Triin Erm, Katre Maasalu
Genomics Discovery 1 : 3

Original ResearchOpen Access

Isolation and characterization of pigment deficient insertional mutants in the chlorophyte Chlamydomonas reinhardtii

Marta Vila, Encarnación Díaz-Santos, Marta de la Vega, Inma Couso, Rosa León
Genomics Discovery 1 : 2

Short reportOpen Access

The behavioural-driven response of the Drosophila imago transcriptome to different types of modified gravity

Raul Herranz, Richard J.A. Hill, Camelia E. Dijkstra, Laurence Eaves, Jack J.W.A. van Loon, F. Javier Medina
Genomics Discovery 1 : 1

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Dr. Viroj Wiwanitkit is a medical professor and Asian Scholar. He is presently working at Hainan Medical University, China. He is serving as a guest lecturer of many universities. His works originally focused on the fields of tropical medicine and public health, especially in applications to the developing countries apart from laboratory science (biomedical), nanoscience and nanotechnology, bioinformatics and medical engineering, Family medicine, social medicine. He had many highly cited works such as the works on laboratory errors.

Senior Editor

Dr. R. Stephanie Huang is an Assistant professor at University of Chicago in department of medicine, first recipient of the CSCR featured New Investigator Award. Her lab research focuses on translational pharmacogenomic research with particular interest in the Pharmacogenomics of anticancer agents.

Dr. Mario Ventura Assistant professor at University of Bari and visiting assistant professor at University of Washington. He worked one year at at the Newcastle University on the chromosome 10 pericentromeric region in baboon. He got Fulbright Research Scholarship. His research interests includes centromeric and pericentromeric regions in human and primates and primates and mammals genome organization.

Dr. Dmitri A. Kramerov is the head of the laboratory of Eukaryotic Genome Evolution at the Engelhardt Institute of Molecular Biology. He was one of those who discovered SINEs, a class of mobile elements in eukaryotic genomes. His research focuses on SINEs: their structure, evolution, transcription, SINE RNA modification, cellular localization, and decay. Prof. Kramerov was awarded the USSR State Prize in 1983.

Genomics Discovery Subject Areas

Genomic analysis, Epigenomics, Regulation of gene expression, Toxicogenomics, Pharmacogenomics, Chemical genomics, Genome sequencing, Genome mapping, Chromatin and transcription, Genome and proteome evolution, Transcriptomics, Cloning and expression, Pathogenomics, Nutrigenomics, Medical genomics, Transgenomics, Advances in genomics