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Gene Regulation and Systems Biology

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Gene Regulation and Systems Biology is concerned with the regulation of genes and the proteins they encode and the relationship between gene regulation and the wider field of systems biology.

Gene Regulation and Systems Biology is accepting manuscripts now.  Submit your manuscript here.

Yours sincerely,

Dr James C. Willey
Editor-in-Chief
Gene Regulation and Systems Biology



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