The American Journal of Medical Genetics - Part A (AJMG) gives you continuous coverage of all biological and medical aspects of genetic disorders and birth defects, as well as in-depth documentation of phenotype analysis within the current context of genotype/phenotype correlations. In addition to Part A, AJMG also publishes two other parts:
- Part B: Neuropsychiatric Genetics, covering experimental and clinical investigations of the genetic mechanisms underlying neurologic and psychiatric disorders.
- Part C: Seminars in Medical Genetics, guest-edited collections of thematic reviews of topical interest to the readership of AJMG.
- Biochemical Genetics: newborn screening, carrier detection, and the metabolic dysplasia and malformation syndromes;
- Cancer Genetics and Cancer Cytogenetics: experimental and molecular approaches;
- Clinical Genetics: descriptions of new syndromes, new causal and pathogenetic insights into known syndromes, advances in genetic counseling, nosology, anthropometry, and anthropology, including dermatoglyphics;
- Clinical Molecular Genetics: linkage, mapping, and gene sequencing;
- Formal Genetics: quantitative, population, and epidemiological genetics;
- Molecular Cytogenetics: delineation of syndromes due to chromosomal aberration;
- Neuropsychiatric Genetics: reports on novel research on the genetic mechanisms underlying psychiatric and neurological disorders;
- Reproductive Genetics: prenatal diagnosis and the genetics of prenatal and perinatal death in humans.
Holdings: Vol. 116A, no. 1 (Jan. 1, 2003)-present
Related titles: Continues in part: American journal of medical genetics
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