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Clinical Genetics(研究方向:遗传学) (官网投稿)

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Clinical Genetics(月刊),创刊于1970年,出版国家为丹麦。Clinical Genetics将研究与诊所联系起来,转化我们对实践临床遗传学家遗传疾病分子基础理解的进展。该杂志刊登了将医学遗传学研究与临床实践相结合的高质量研究论文,简短报告,评论和微型评论。
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http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/journal/10.1111/(ISSN)1399-0004

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Author Guidelines

 

Manuscript Central Submission

Clinical Genetics only accepts manuscripts submitted via Manuscript Central. To access this system go to http://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/cge. Complete instructions for preparing and submitting manuscripts online are provided at the submission site. Please note that docx files are compatible with the journal submission system.

 

Note to NIH Grantees

Pursuant to NIH mandate, Wiley-Blackwell will post the accepted version of contributions authored by NIH grant-holders to PubMed Central upon acceptance. This accepted version will be made publicly available 12 months after publication. For further information, see www.wiley.com/go/nihmandate.

 

 Aims and Scope

Clinical Genetics links research to the clinic, translating advances in our understanding of the molecular basis of genetic disease for the practising clinical geneticist. The journal publishes high quality research papers, short reports, and reviews that connect medical genetics research with clinical practice.

Topics of particular interest are:

Linking genetic variations to disease

Genome rearrangements and disease

Epigenetics and disease

The translation of genotype to phenotype

Genetics of complex disease

Management/intervention of genetic diseases

Novel therapies for genetic diseases

Developmental biology, as it relates to clinical genetics

Cancer Geneticss

Genome-wide analyses (genomics, transcriptomics, epigenomics) with an obvious significance for the clinic.

Studies of animal models that help understand the genetic basis of human disease

Bioinformatics and computational analysis of genetic/genomic disorders

Ethical, legal and social implications of medical genetics

Social science research on the psychological and behavioural aspects of living with or being at risk of genetic disease

Teaching medical and clinical genetics (concepts and resources).

 

Original Articles. Original articles feature novel findings and developments. Manuscripts can be up to 6,000 words in length (including title page, abstract, references, figure legends and Acknowledgements) and can include up to seven figures and/or tables. Contributions intended for publication as an Original Article should be so labelled. We particularly welcome articles providing evidence of novel gene discoveries, or describing research about the second confirming mutation for a novel gene, especially if they provide functional data or mechanistic insights.

 

Short Reports. Short Reports present definitive findings, molecular analyses of collected case reports, or single case reports of unusual clinical or scientific importance. Reports must be self-contained pieces, and those describing a single variant at a well-known locus will be published only if they are of unusual interest or if functional data incriminating the variant are provided. The format of Short Reports should be identical to Original Articles but in some circumstances the main body of the text can be presented without division into sections. Contributions intended for publication as Short Reports should be so labeled. They should not exceed 2500 words in length(including title page, abstract, references, figure legends and Acknowledgements) and can include up to three figures and/or tables. This section is suitable for Exome/Whole genome sequence (WGS) reports incriminating novel variants in human disease. A description containing numerical details about the number of reads and the number and type of variants observed should be included. Reports on potentially damaging isolated variants without strong arguments incriminating them as causal defects will be given low priority. A VCF file must be provided as supplementary material (maximum size – 100000 kb). The authors must deposit the phenotypic data in PhenomeCentral.

 

Gene Expression Data. Microarray/RNA-Seq data must be submitted to a repository prior to submission. The Accession Number for the dataset(s) must be provided prior to acceptance of the manuscript. If the data are password-protected, the user name and password must be provided in the cover letter of the manuscript at the time of submission.

 

Letters to the Editor. Letters describing new findings are no longer accepted as Initial Submissions. Letters are brief reports published at the discretion of the Editors. They are a suitable venue for reporting interesting observations that, in the opinion of the Editors and referees do not warrant publication as Short Reports after the peer-review process. Letters can be up to 750 words in length (including a figure legend and the Acknowledgements) and can include one display item (figure or table) and five references (not included in the word count). Letters are not subdivided into sections nor do they include an abstract or online supplements.

 

Correspondence. This section is appropriate for publication of readers' correspondence regarding any article published in Clinical Genetics. The authors of the article in question will be invited to respond. Please note that this is done prior to acceptance. A Correspondence will only be published if deemed to be of interest to our readership and of a sufficient scientific standard. Due to tremendous space constraints on the journal, we can only publish approximately 20 percent of the submissions. Correspondence should not exceed 300 words.

 

Mini-reviews and Reviews. This section highlights current developments in relevant areas of medical genetics. Manuscripts can be up to 3000 words in length for Mini-reviews and 7500 words for reviews, including title page, abstract, references, figure legends and Acknowledgements. A maximum of 4 or 7 display items (figures and/or tables) can be included for Mini-reviews and Reviews, respectively. Mini-reviews and Reviews are invited, but you can send a presubmission inquiry (including a cover letter, an abstract and an outline of the main sections) to the Editor-in-Chief if you are interested in submitting to this section.


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