Close
Help




JOURNAL

Gene Expression to Genetical Genomics


An international, peer reviewed, open access journal focusing on all aspects of gene and genome expression and its effect in resulting phenotypes.  The journal covers topics including epigenetics, new technologies, consequences of over- and under-expression and novel approaches to relate gene and genomic expression to the phenotype, as well as aspects of genetical genomics—combinations of gene expression with genetic linkage—and other approaches that may offer novel insight in complex phenotypes.

Editor in Chief: Professor Shiva M. Singh

ISSN: 1179-5697

Processing Speed: High quality, constructive peer review and rapid editorial decision within an average of four weeks.

Databases & Indexes:

  • Selected EBSCO & Gale databases


Sign up for email alerts to receive notifications of new articles published in Gene Expression to Genetical Genomics

Article Search

Items per page:

A Genetical Genomics Methodology to Identify Genetic Markers of a Bovine Fertility Phenotype Based on CYP19A1 Gene Expression
Nicolas Guillemin, Isabelle Dufort and Marc-André Sirard
Gene Expression to Genetical Genomics 2015:8 9-18
Original Research | Published on 08 Jul 2015



Changes in Whole Blood Gene Expression after Computed Tomography in Children: A Pilot Study
Brunhild M. Halm, Maarit Tiirikainen, Jennifer F. Lai, Ian Pagano, Robert V. Cooney and Adrian A. Franke
Gene Expression to Genetical Genomics 2015:8 1-8
Original Research | Published on 05 May 2015



Hexadecyltrimethylammonium Bromide (CTAB)-based Protocol to Isolate High-Quality RNA in Adequate Quantities for Gene Expression Analyses in Developing Seeds of Lentils (Lens culinaris Medik.)
Udhaya Kannan, Seedhabadee Ganeshan and Ravindra N. Chibbar
Gene Expression to Genetical Genomics 2014:7 7-16
Methodology | Published on 05 Jun 2014



Recent Advances in Studying of Copy Number Variation and Gene Expression
George E. Liu, Lingyang Xu and Kevin S. Huang
Gene Expression to Genetical Genomics 2014:7 1-5
Review | Published on 25 May 2014



Effects of Copper and Cadmium Exposure on mRNA Expression of Catalase, Glutamine Synthetase, Cytochrome P450 and Heat Shock Protein 70 in Tambaqui Fish (Colossoma Macropomum)
Frida Mesel Casanova, Rubens Tomio Honda, Monica Stropa Ferreira-Nozawa, Paulo Henrique Rocha Aride and Sérgio Ricardo Nozawa
Gene Expression to Genetical Genomics 2013:6 1-8
Short Report | Published on 19 Feb 2013



Interleukin 1 Beta Gene Polymorphism in Schizophrenia and Psychotic Depression
Ahmed Rady, Adel Elsheshai, Ibtisam Abdallah, Osama Elkholy and Heba Abou el Wafa
Gene Expression to Genetical Genomics 2010:3 7-12
Original Research | Published on 25 Oct 2010



Correlation Between Peroxisome Proliferation and Up-Regulation of Cytochrome P450 CYP4A and Peroxisomal Beta-Oxidation Fatty Acyl CoA Oxidases (AOX) in the Koala (Phascolarctos Cinereus)
SNT Ngo, I Stupans and RA McKinnon
Gene Expression to Genetical Genomics 2010:3 1-6
Original Research | Published on 03 Feb 2010



A Dynamic Neighboring Extension Search Algorithm  for Genome Coordinate Conversion in the Presence  of Short Sequence Duplications
Bin Zhu, Lu Jiang, George E. Liu
Gene Expression to Genetical Genomics 2009:2 29-36
Original Research | Published on 14 Jan 2010



Is Glycogen Synthase Kinase-3β an Ultraconserved Kernel Enzyme?
M. Fenger, S.B. Haugaard, O. Andersen, S. Madsbad, T. Werge and A. Linneberg
Gene Expression to Genetical Genomics 2009:2 1-27
Review | Published on 11 Dec 2009 | Highly accessed (previous month)



Introductory Editorial (Gene Expression to Genetical Genomics)
Shiva M. Singh
Gene Expression to Genetical Genomics 2008:1 1-2
Published on 26 Aug 2008



Page 1 of 1


  • Efficient Processing: 4 Weeks Average to First Editorial Decision
  • Fair & Independent Expert Peer Review
  • High Visibility & Extensive Database Coverage
Services for Authors
What Your Colleagues Say About Libertas Academica
Thank you very much for the positive learning experience in publishing with you.  It has been a wonderful experience from submission to final acceptance and publication in the International Journal of Insect Science.  We are grateful to the editorial team for developing our manuscript into a valuable scientific paper through a well-formulated and quick reviews.  The team was dedicated, quick and always available to respond positively to our demands.  We are also thankful for the ...
Dr Addhis T. Kebede (icipe African Inscet Science for Food and Health, Nairobi, Kenya)
More Testimonials

Quick Links


New article and journal news notification services