Animal Biotechnology is the first international journal to cover the identification and manipulation of genes and their products, stressing applications in domesticated animals and model organisms. The journal publishes full-length articles, short research communications, as well as appropriate reviews focusing on animal genomics and enabling technologies such as germline manipulation and cloning.
Animal Biotechnology publishes manuscripts that address all aspects of animal genomics ranging from mapping, DNA sequencing and functional genomics. The journal provides a forum for regulatory or scientific issues related to cell and molecular biology, immunogenetics, transgenic animals, and microbiology.
Structural Genomics: Harris Lewin, University of California, Davis, CA
Functional Genomics: Timothy Smith, U.S. Meat Animal Research Center, Clay Center, NE; Paul Coussens, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI
Invited Reviews: Craig Beattie, University of Illinois, Chicago, IL
Enabling Technologies: Jorge Piedrahita, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC; Pieter de Jong, BACPAC Resources Center, Oakland, CA
Systems Biology and Bioinformatics: Martien Groenen, Wageningen University, Wageninen, Netherlands; Alan Archibald, Roslin Institute, Edinburgh, UK