Journal of Human Genetics
The Journal of Human Genetics is a leading international journal, publishing articles on human genetics, including medical genetics and human genome analysis.
Coverage includes all aspects of human genetics, including gene cloning and mapping, linkage analysis, mutational analysis, evolution, cancer genetics, and gene therapy, as well as genetic and functional analysis of animal models of disease or behavior.
The journal also presents clinical or cytogenetic case reports, as well as reports of genetic polymorphism of biologically important genes, novel mutations found in patients with hereditary diseases or in cancer cells, and population genetics.
Articles are presented in the form of Minireviews; Original articles; Short communications, including case reports and polymorphism reports; and Announcements
The journal is associated with the Japan Society of Human Genetics.
32 Volumes 194 Issues 2,053 Articles available from 1977 - 2008Browse Volumes & Issues
With the completion of Volume 53 (2008), this journal is no longer published by Springer. As of 2009, this journal is published by Nature Publishing Group. From Volume 1 (1956) to Volume 42 (1997), this journal was published as Jinrui-idengaku-zasshi (Japanese Journal of Human Genetics). Content prior to Volume 22 was published in Japanese only and is not available on SpringerLink.
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