American Journal of Human Genetics


Subject: American Journal of Human Genetics
Date: Sat, 4 Sep 1999 09:46:16 -0400 (EDT)

The American Journal of Human Genetics


Cell Press has been chosen by The American Society of Human
Genetics to publish its premier monthly journal from January
2008. The American Journal of Human Genetics (AJHG) is an
exciting new venture for Cell Press as its first society-owned
(NJ Editor 25 June 2007)

ISSN 0002-9297

Founded in 1948, AJHG has provided a record of research and
review relation to heredity in humans and to the application
of genetic principles in medicine, psychology, anthropology,
and social services, as well as in related areas of
molecular and cell biology. Topics explored by AJHG include
behavioral genetics, biochemical genetics, clinical
genetics, cytogenetics, dysmorphology, genetic counseling,
immunogenetics, and population genetics and epidemiology.

AJHG is available online at

The online edition of AJHG provides you with many advantages
and flexibility that supplement the print version:

An excellent value as the electronic edition is included
with your subscription to the paper edition at no extra

A growing electronic archive of AJHG articles dating back
to 1997

Convenient access for readers whose library purchases a
site license can access thru campus computer network access
by IP address is as close as their desktop-- in the library,
office, lab, or dormitory

Internal hypertext links between full text citations,
references, tables, and figures

External hypertext links to Medline, to author-provided
URLs, and to author's e-mail addresses

Accelerated publication gives readers access to new
articles posted weekly

Powerful search capability by full text, abstracts,
titles, authors, or keywords

Convenient on-screen navigation facilitates browsing
between articles and across issues

Sponsor: The American Society of Human Genetics website:

Editor: Stephen T. Warren e-mail:
Publisher: The University of Chicago Press

To subscribe:


Catherine A. Alden, Managing Editor

Original posting date: 
Monday, September 20, 1999
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