Aim & Scope
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. Key areas include: Monogenic and multifactorial disorders Development and malformation Hereditary cancer Gene mapping and functional studies Genotype-phenotype correlations Genetic variation and genome diversity Advances in diagnostics Therapy and prevention Animal models Genetic services Community genetics.
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