Special Issue "Genomics and Proteomics in Animal Science: Development of Comprehensive Biomarkers as Indicators of Biological Processes and Physiological Health Status"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (30 September 2021) | Viewed by 379
Interests: molecular biology; structural and functional genomics; transcriptomics; proteomics; nutrigenomics; systemic biology; animal genetics; gene mapping (QTL)
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High-throughput omics technologies are powerful technologies that are often implemented in domestic animal species, allowing them to uncover regulatory genes and gene networks related to complex phenotypes, including livestock performance traits. Genomics and proteomic studies in domestic animals, especially on farm animals, may also have an economic impact on the proper diagnosis and treatment of various diseases and prevent adverse health changes. Identifying specific gene or protein expression changes or transcriptomic, proteomic profile changes is an essential step towards disease characterization and sick animals' management. Furthermore, particular biomarkers applied in diagnosing and treating disease in the animal can also be the comprehensive indicators for current animal health status. Wide-ranging developments in biomarker discovery are mainly based on proteomics, transcriptomics, and metabolomics research. Obtained results can also be implemented in comparative applications of human disease research. A Special Issue will positively encourage deeper cooperation between animal scientists, veterinary biologists, and advanced molecular research specialists.
The Special Issue aims to present the latest work results on basic and applied research that can directly impact animal health and welfare, the economy of animal production, and what is lastly rising as the most crucial matter, the production of safe, healthy food for the consumer. Especially desirable are articles describing the implementation of modern molecular technologies in animal sciences to identify markers and biomarkers for monitoring biological processes and animal health status.
We invite contributions of original research papers and review articles on domestic animals, especially in fields such as genomics, transcriptomics, proteomics, and epigenomics.
Prof. Mariusz Pierzchala
Manuscript Submission Information
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- molecular biology
- domestic animal sciences