Genomics, Proteomics & Bioinformatics
Aims and Scope
The goals of Genomics, Proteomics & Bioinformatics (GPB) are to disseminate new frontiers of its focused research fields, to publish high-quality discoveries in a fast-pace, and to promote open access and prompt online publication for efficient publishing.
GPB publishes high-quality papers from the frontier research in the fields of genomics, proteomics, and bioinformatics. For manuscripts submitted to GPB, direct rejection, direct acceptance or further review will be decided within 48 hours (fast track). In addition, GPB offers Article-in-Press, by which all the accepted manuscripts can be available online ahead of its printed issue for fast dissemination.
GPB’s featured research areas include:
• Genomics: large-scale data acquisition, integrated studies and technology developments,concerning genome structures, variations, repeat contents and evolution.
• Other ‘omics’ fields: epigenomics (DNA modifications, nucleosome positioning, histone
modifications, chromosome conformation and 3-D structures, etc.), ribogenomics (transcriptomics, long-non-coding RNA, antisense transcriptomics, miRNAs, other small RNAs, etc.).
• Proteomics: protein structures, proteomics technology developments, protein expression profiling, protein complexes in terms of structure, function, properties and interactions, metabolomics, homeostasis of macromolecules.
• Bioinformatics: genome assembling, annotation, and integrated analysis; large data curation and mining; sequence-based other matrix-based phylogeny, database construction, web-based platforms and tools, novel algorithms, tool boxes and software packages. GPB’s publications:
• Original research articles presenting novel data and ideas.
• Papers describing innovative protocols, methods, application notes, databases, and webservers, as well as database review and resource providing primary scientific information to a broad readership.
• Comprehensive reviews as full articles, mini-reviews related to authors’ own research,life time achievement reviews of authors’own research, as well as resource reviews on tools, software or databases, etc.
• Research highlights, previews, opinions, perspectives, and essays about new discoveries,scientific policies, and research proposals, as well as historical notes for important historical events in the field.
• Other article types including meeting report and editorial.
GPB has been abstracted/indexed in PubMed/MEDLINE, PubMed Central, BIOSIS Previews, Scopus, Chemical Abstracts, ROAD, DOAJ, Abstract Journal, EMBASE, Index Copernicus, WPRIM, CSCD, COAJ, etc.
GPB manuscript formatting template and Endnote output style are available online at http://gpb.big.ac.cn/.
- Transcriptional and Post-transcriptional Gene Regulation by Long Non-coding RNA
- The RNA Modiﬁcation N6 -methyladenosine and Its Implications in Human Disease
- Silencing of Transposable Elements by piRNAs in Drosophila: An Evolutionary Perspective
- Primate-speciﬁc Long Non-coding RNAs and MicroRNAs
- Non-coding Transcripts from Enhancers: New Insights into Enhancer Activity and Gene Expression Regul
- Genomics, Proteomics & Bioinformatics
- Epitranscriptomics: Toward A Better Understanding of RNA Modiﬁcations
- Enhancer-derived RNA: A Primer
- Downregulation of miR-503 Promotes ESCC Cell Proliferation, Migration, and Invasion by Targeting Cyc
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