Trends in Genetics

Trends in Genetics is the most established monthly journal in Genetics, with articles covering all aspects of the field with a special focus on integrative and system approaches. Each issue contains concise, lively and up-to-date Reviews and Opinions. Reviews are invited from leading researchers in a specific field and objectively chronicle recent and important developments, while Opinions provide a forum for debate and hypothesis.

Cell Press
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10.064 (2011)

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Researchers offer insights into aging

What determines the life span of a mouse, alligator, dog or human? A team of scientists at the University of Georgia believes they have new insight into this age-old question.


Startle disease: Further key gene variants discovered

Research funded by children's charity Action Medical Research has uncovered new gene variants in startle disease, a rare condition in newborn babies. Understanding the genetic causes should lead to new genetic tests and is ...