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Aims and Scope  

Human Mutation

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Edited by:
Richard G.H. Cotton (1940-2015) and Garry R. Cutting

Print ISSN: 1059-7794
Online ISSN: 1098-1004
Frequency: Monthly
Current Volume: 37 / 2016
ISI Journal Citation Reports® Ranking: 2012: Genetics & Heredity: 22 / 161
Impact Factor: 5.089

TopAims and Scope

Human Mutation is a peer-reviewed journal that offers publication of original Research Articles, Methods, Mutation Updates, Reviews, Database Articles, Rapid Communications, and Letters on broad aspects of mutation research in humans. Reports of novel DNA variations and their phenotypic consequences, reports of SNPs demonstrated as valuable for genomic analysis, descriptions of new molecular detection methods, and novel approaches to clinical diagnosis are welcomed. Novel reports of gene organization at the genomic level, reported in the context of mutation investigation, may be considered. The journal provides a unique forum for the exchange of ideas, methods, and applications of interest to molecular, human, and medical geneticists in academic, industrial, and clinical research settings worldwide.

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