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ISSN  :   2730-583X ( Print )   |   2730-5848 ( Online )   Active

Journal Phenomics

Aim & Scope

Phenomics provides an international forum for highlighting the cutting-edge scientific advances in the emerging field of phenomics. Phenome is the measurable traits or characteristics result from the complex interactions of genes, symbiotic microorganisms, epigenetics, diet and environmental exposures. Phenomics is focusing on the emerging field of phenomics: the study of phenome that is a set of measurable properties of physical, chemical and biological phenotypes of individuals and populations other than the genome, including proteome and metabolome at molecular level, cellular features at cellular level, as well as all kinds of organs at organismal level; the mechanisms underlying genomic architecture and regulatory networks; and the relationship between phenotypes and disease risks as well as the intervention responses, providing a pre-requisite to understanding the health and disease states of mammals. The journal encourages studies that aim: (1) to develop innovative technologies and standardized protocols for deep phenotyping; (2) to develop novel analytical tools and methods for effective data mining, data processing as well as the visualization for such studies and applications; (3) to explore integrative dynamic responses and adaptations of phenomes to the changes of environmental factors; (4) to investigate the integrated topological and regulatory aspects of human phenomes as well as those of model organisms in vivo that aid mechanistic understanding of human phenotypes and related “omics”, including their diagnostic and therapeutic applications; (5) to explore novel data fusion approaches of omics for visualizing complex system models of population and patient to facilitate predication of outcomes; In addition to the above-mentioned aspects, the important area of interests includes applications with major impact on human health, biotechnology, agriculture, environmental sciences and other applied areas of life sciences. [1]

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