International e-Journal of Genetics and Genomics (IEJGG) is a publication peer reviewed article of novel and significant discoveries in the field of genetics and genomics. Topics of particular interest include but are not limited to genome maps, single gene studies, genome-wide association and QTL studies, as well as mutant screens and advance in methods and technologies. Published by united scientific e publications group, meets the critical and growing need of genetics community for rapid review and publications of important results in all area of Genetics and Genomics.
IEJGG publishes articles of high quality and are clearly described and easily interpreted, information provided should describe new resources/ tools/ methodologies which would be valuable for genetics and genomics investigators. International e journal of genetics and genomics follows a standard peer review process with the support of its eminent editorial board members. Two independent review comments followed by editor’s decision will be considered to publish the article. It covers all discipline of genetic and genomics from prokaryotes to eukaryotes from fundamental heredity to molecular aspects, molecular genetics, development genetics, cytogenetic, epigenetic, medical genetics, population and evolutionary genetics, and functional genomics as well as bioinformatics an computational biology. The main article types include original research review and method article, letter to editor, resource and highlights.
We do accept:
1) Short reports - 2-5 page papers where an author can present either an idea with theoretical background but has not yet completed the research needed for a complete paper or preliminary data.
2) Book reviews - Comments and critiques.
All manuscripts will be peer-reviewed with experts in the relevant fields and will be published within 2 months of submission if accepted. Also, systematic reviews of clinical and basic research, as well as clinical practice guidelines, are especially welcome.
All the content published with us is open and freely accessible under the guidelines of Creative Common Attribution License.