PG SNPs: A new article type in Physiological Genomics

PG SNP Article Type Since the genome-wide association study (GWAS) era, a number of studies are being conducted, albeit not on a genome-wide scale, to validate the associations of select single-nucleotide polymorphism (SNPs). PG SNPs is a new Physiological Genomics article format created to present articles that capture such association and validation studies of SNPs that are on a smaller scale rather than being genome wide. Associations reported may be as few as a single SNP validation study for any complex polygenic trait. Manuscripts submitted under this peer-reviewed Call for Papers are limited to 2 pages and are required to be presented in the template format designed exclusively for PG SNPs. To facilitate the submission process of such manuscripts with a small but definitive dataset, authors will have access to an easy-to-use, pre-existing template to generate the manuscript. For links to the manuscript submission file formats developed specifically for the PG SNPs article type and other details, please click here

Manuscripts should be submitted at the PG website using the Article Type PG SNPs by September 30, 2017.

Further pre-submission enquiries may be directed to the Editor-in-Chief, Dr. Bina Joe: PGEditor@the-aps.org


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