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27 Jul 2017

mSYSTEMS®

American Society for Microbiology

mSystems®, a new open access journal from the American Society for Microbiology, publishes the best research in systems biology of individual microbes through microbial communities, including the development of new computational approaches to derive biological insight from these large data sets.

19 Jul 2017

PHARMACOLOGICAL REVIEWS

American Society for Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics

Pharmacological Reviews publishes papers that provide a comprehensive perspective of innovations in pharmacology and experimental therapeutics.

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High priority will be given to papers that critically examine potential novel therapeutic targets or approaches. Manuscripts should integrate work on basic and cellular pharmacology as well as physiologic aspects germane to the topic. Authors are encouraged to discuss data relevant to the clinical application of the field reviewed. Papers published in Pharmacological Reviews are generally invited by the Editor after consideration of recommendations from the Associate Editors. Others who have an interest in writing for Pharmacological Reviews are encouraged to send proposals to the Editor. The proposal should include a detailed outline of the proposed article and a brief curriculum vitae. Articles in Pharmacological Reviews deal mainly with the current status of the subject under review. They are to be written clearly and concisely and should be intelligible to nonspecialists, with definitions of unfamiliar technical terms and explanations of difficult or controversial points included. At the same time, the review is to be sufficiently precise and detailed to command the attention and respect of experts in the field. Selective rather than exhaustive coverage of the literature is requested. Previous reviews of the subject and of related fields should be cited. Authors are asked to be critical of methods, results, and conclusions and to challenge accepted concepts where warranted. Conflicting points of view are to be presented objectively in good perspective. Deficiencies in the field may be pointed out and avenues for further work may be indicated. The usual length ranges between 10 and 30 printed pages, corresponding to about 30 to 90 manuscript pages. Diagrams, tables, and illustrations should be included to bring out new concepts and important relationships.
14 Jul 2017

PHYSIOLOGICAL GENOMICS

The American Physiological Society

Physiological Genomics publishes original papers, reviews and rapid reports in a wide area of research focused on uncovering the links between,

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genes and physiology at all levels of biological organization. Articles on topics ranging from single genes to the whole genome and their links to the physiology of humans, any model organism, organ, tissue or cell are welcome. Areas of interest include complex polygenic traits preferably of importance to human health and gene-function relationships of disease processes. Specifically, the Journal has dedicated Sections focused on genome-wide association studies (GWAS) to function, cardiovascular, renal, metabolic and neurological systems, exercise physiology, pharmacogenomics, clinical, translational and genomics for precision medicine, comparative and statistical genomics and databases. For further details on research themes covered within these Sections, please refer to the descriptions given under each Section. The Journal welcomes articles on clinical and translational studies, GWAS, GWAS to function, pharmacogenomics, clinical genomics and areas that bridge gaps in knowledge that could lead to personalized medicine and improved health care. Processes and research resources covered include DNA sequencing, all aspects of the ‘omics’ technologies such as transcriptomics, proteomics, metabolomics, statistical genetics, computational modeling, databases for molecular biology, and comparative genomics. Articles are not limited to these large-scale ‘omics’ studies, but reporting innovative aspects of molecular genetics of any cell, organ, animal model or genetically-engineered model organism are welcome. Also included are research themes related to molecular genetic, genomic and physiological studies of cells including induced pluripotent stem cells and single cell genomics. Physiological Genomics encourages submissions of research work encompassing contemporary research themes such as the investigations into epigenetics, noncoding RNA (miRNA, lncRNA, PiwiRNA, etc), chromatin conformations, gut microbiome, gene-gene interactions, gene-environmental interactions, nutritional genomic studies, gene-drug interactions and host-microbiotal interactions. Overall, Physiological Genomics serves to showcase the very best of your science that describes the many fascinating facets from form (DNA) to function (physiology). Pre-submission enquiries are highly encouraged, especially for facilitating expedited review processes. Please contact the PG Editor at pgeditor@the-aps.org.
14 Jul 2017

PHYSIOLOGICAL REPORTS

American Physiological Society and The Physiological Society

Physiological Reports is an online only, open access journal that publishes peer reviewed research across all areas of basic, translational and clinical,

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physiology and allied disciplines. Physiological Reports is a collaboration between The Physiological Society and the American Physiological Society, and is therefore in a unique position to serve the international physiology community through quick time to publication while upholding a quality standard of sound research that constitutes a useful contribution to the field.
Papers areaccepted solely on the basis of scientific rigor, adherence to technical and ethical standards, and evidence that the data are sufficiently well-conceived and support the conclusions.
The Physiological Reports expert Editorial Board will review all submissions in a timely, fair and constructive manner and select papers for publication based on the following criteria:

– The study presents the results of primary research in physiology
– Th-The experimental work has been properly conducted and described in appropriate detail
– The conclusions are adequately supported by the data
– All ethical standards have been met
– The article is written in standard (American or British) English and structured in a coherent fashion

14 Jul 2017

PHYSIOLOGICAL REVIEWS

The American Physiological Society

Physiological Reviews provides state of the art coverage of timely issues in the physiological and biomedical sciences. It appeals to physiologists,

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neuroscientists, cell biologists, biophysicists, and clinicians with special interest in pathophysiology. Topics are covered in a broad and comprehensive manner. These review articles are very useful in teaching and research as they provide thorough and clearly written updates on important new developments.