European Journal of Human Genetics
|European Journal of Human Genetics|
|Abbreviated title (ISO 4)||Euro. J. Hum. Genet., EJHG|
|Edited by||Gert-Jan B van Ommen|
|Publisher||Nature Publishing Group (United Kingdom)|
The European Journal of Human Genetics (EJHG) is the official journal of the European Society of Human Genetics. It focuses on human genetics, and is published monthly by the Nature Publishing Group.1
According to ISI European Journal of Human Genetics received 6,693 total citations and an impact factor of 4.400 as reported in the 2011 Journal Citation Reports by Thomson Reuters, ranking it 73rd out of 290 journals in the category Biochemistry & Molecular Biology2 and ranking it 30th out of 158 journals in the category Genetics & Heredity.3
EJHG covers many areas in the human genetics field:4
- Congenital disorder
- Hereditary cancer
- Monogenic disorder
- Gene mapping
- Genetic variation
- Animal models
- "Open access option now available on European Journal of Human Genetics" - Nature
- Journals Ranked by Impact: Biochemistry & Molecular Biology. "2011 Journal Citation Reports". Web of Science (Sciences ed.) (Thomson Reuters). 2012.
- Journals Ranked by Impact: Genetics & Heredity. "2011 Journal Citation Reports". Web of Science (Sciences ed.) (Thomson Reuters). 2012.
- "Personal genomics" - EJHG
- European Journal of Human Genetics website
- "Why Your DNA Isn't Your Destiny" - TIME
- "Gene Discovered for Most Common Form of Epilepsy" - The Washington Post
- "European Genetics Group Offers Genetic Testing Patent Recommendations" - GenomeWeb
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