Physiological Genomics is soliciting manuscript submissions that describe the development and/or use of novel technologies in physiological genomics research. It is well recognized that the application of innovative technology has been of major importance to advancements in this field. The early years of this journal coincided with the development of genome-wide techniques and the initial entry of physiologists into the discipline of genomics.
The journal has historically published articles that deal with microarray analysis and has led the way in helping to define standards for experiments and publication of microarray results. Physiological Genomics is now interested in embracing the opportunities created by the emergence of new disciplines such as proteomics, metabolomics, next-generation sequencing, modeling, and systems approaches and desires to provide an outlet for studies that explore novel methodologies in these and other fields that will become part of the accepted toolbox of future physiologists.
The “Innovative Methodology” article type is especially well suited to this sort of publication although submissions in all categories will be considered.