An International Journal of Cytology and Allied Topics
This journal is principally aimed towards the study of chromosomes and cell genetics, including genetic diversity, mutagenesis, genotoxicity, genomics, bioinformatics and proteomics —both in vivo and in vitro with implications on evolution, species diversification, economic and medicinal uses, and all related facets dealing with enrichment of knowledge and human welfare.
The journal is beneficial for students, teachers, research workers interested in the study and dissemination of knowledge in the given areas.
Karyological study of three native species of the genus Alocasia (Araceae) in the northeast of Thailand
Potential facet for prenatal arsenic exposure paradigm: linking endocrine disruption and epigenetics
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