An international, peer reviewed, open access journal focusing on the regulation of genes and the proteins they encode and the relationship between gene regulation and the wider field of systems biology. The journal recognizes that regulation of genes and the proteins they encode is at the core of systems biology, and therefore understanding the role of gene regulation in the context of the entire system as it relates to disease processes will aid therapeutic development. Combining knowledge of gene expression and promoter control, improving gene and protein networks, and determining the role of signal transduction will enhance our ability to treat complex diseases.
Editor in Chief: Professor James Willey
Processing Speed: High quality, constructive peer review and rapid editorial decision within an average of four weeks.
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Publishing in Gene Regulation and Systems Biology was a very positive experience. I was impressed by the fast and uncomplicated submission process as well as the clear and professional peer review process which helped to improve the manuscript. The Libertas Academica team was very patient and helpful. I would definitely recommend the journal to other colleagues in the field!