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Call for papers: CRISPR

A new special issue proposal from Animal Biotechnology

Deadline: 30th June 2020

About this special issue

Animal Biotechnology will present for 2020 a Special Issue on CRISPR with a series of articles about the development and application of this important technology to precision genome engineering. We invite the scientific community to contribute to the elaboration and submission of results, new applications, reviews, comments and perspectives for animal biotechnology. We strongly encourage researchers to participate in the elaboration of this special issue. Our expectation is to cover the most relevant and innovative information on the application of CRISPRs technology in animal models for bioresearch, animal health, farm animals and bioindustry.

About Animal Biotechnology

Biotechnology can be defined as any technique that uses living organisms (or parts of organisms like cells, genes, proteins) to make or modify products, to improve plants, animals or microorganisms for a specific use. Animal Biotechnology publishes research on the identification and manipulation of genes and their products, stressing applications in domesticated animals. The journal publishes full-length articles and short research communications, as well as comprehensive reviews. The journal also provides a forum for regulatory or scientific issues related to cell and molecular biology applied to animal biotechnology.
 
Submissions on the following topics are particularly welcome:
- Applied microbiology, immunogenetics and antibiotic resistance
- Genome engineering and animal models
- Comparative genomics
- Gene editing and CRISPRs
- Reproductive biotechnologies
- Synthetic biology and design of new genomes

 

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Editor-in-Chief: Tiago Collares

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