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We invite submissions for a special issue in EJHG on genomic testing in low and middle income countries. This is an important and timely topic, as genomic testing has the potential to revolutionize healthcare in these regions, but it also presents unique challenges and ethical considerations.
We are pleased to celebrate the 30th year of publication of the European Journal of Human Genetics.
We present a selection of papers, chosen by our editorial board to showcase the best of our journal's history.
This collection covers articles on COVID-19 host genomics with an aim to increase our understanding of host genomic aspects that predispose to infection and transmission of COVID-19 and contribute to illness severity.
In this collection we highlight a selection of articles from 2021, which top the list of the journal’s most cited, downloaded and most shared (including press coverage, blogs, Twitter, Facebook and Weibo). They showcase the breadth of scope and coverage that the journal consistently delivers to its readers.
A molecular genetic diagnosis can provide crucial information on prognosis, treatment and recurrence risk. Advances in modern genomic testing have lead to an increasing number of rare disease genes being identified. This web collection makes available papers on some newly identified genetic conditions, with useful information for clinical practice.
The Clinical Genetics research community focuses much of its attention on improving technologies for genetic diagnosis. Of equal importance is understanding the impact of genetic testing on families and their preferences. This collection of papers highlights important recent work published in EJHG focusing on these issues.
See what scientists world-wide have been citing, reading and sharing.
In this Web Collection we highlight a selection of articles from 2018 and 2019 which top the list of the journal's most cited, most read and most shared (including press coverage, blogs, Twitter and Facebook). They showcase the breadth of scope and coverage that the European Journal of Human Genetics consistently delivers to its readers.