Comparative and Functional Genomics
Publisher: Hindawi Publishing Corporation
Comparative and Functional Genomics is a new journal, in print and
electronic formats, which contains original research articles and long and
short reviews that deal with the post-sequencing phases of genome analysis.
The journal will provide a broad forum, covering studies of complex and
model organisms. Research exploiting model organisms with fully sequenced
genomes to understand gene function in more complex organisms will also fall
under the remit of this journal.
Papers presenting bioinformatic and computational tools for the study of
gene and genome organisation will also be welcomed, and the electronic
format of the journal will enable the presentation of the large data sets
commonly involved in these studies.
Comparative and Functional Genomics will also accept articles covering the
application of functional genomics in an industrial context, such as
pharmacogenomics and genomics-based drug target identification methods.
All aspects of the systematic analysis of gene function are within the scope
of the journal, but novel methods will only be published separately when
they are of proven efficacy and/or general applicability.
Original articles are invited and should be submitted through the CFG
manuscript tracking system at http://www.hindawi.com/mts.
Professor Stephen Oliver
University of Manchester, UK
Comparative and Functional Genomics is available free of charge as an Open
Access journal on the Internet.
Articles available in PDF format.
Current Issue: Volume 6 Issue 1-2 2005
Date: 14 August 2006