Scientific Journal of Genetics and Gene Therapy Submit Manuscript

    About SJGGT

    Scientific Journal of Genetics and Gene Therapy is an international and interdisciplinary, open access, scientific and elevated scope journal which covers most up-to-date and excellent research works/top quality papers on gene therapy and genetics including molecular genetics and evolution. Scientific Journal of Genetics and Gene Therapy is a thorough and fair peer-review process journal which dedicated to publish different types of research works. It provides reliable update information to online viewers with the modified methods and latest advancements in the field of genetics and gene therapy for diverse genetic disorders.

    Excellent and latest information on such topics are classical and developmental genetics, genetic engineering, human and medical genetics, functional genetics and gene therapies. The online international peer reviewed journal which encourage the submission of varied article types such as original submissions, review, case reports, short communications, letters, editorials, Perspectives, etc. The goal of this journal is to provide a platform for researchers, academicians and scientists all over the globe to promote, share and talk about various novel issues and developments in different areas of Genetics and Gene Therapy. The academic journal which retains it conventional interest in evolutionary research that is relevance to geneticists, even if not clearly genetic in nature.

    • Classical and Developmental Genetics
    • Conservation and Ecological Genetics (including Behavioural Genetics)
    • Evolutionary and Population Genetics (except Human)
    • Genetic Engineering
    • Genetics of Plants and Animals in Agronomy (including Quantitative Genetics)
    • Genomics
    • Human and Medical Genetics (including Quantitative Genetics, Population Genetics, Psychiatric Genetics)
    • Microbial Genetics
    • Molecular Genetics (including Gene Characterization and Polymorphisms, Control of Gene Expression and Epigenetics)