Special Issue "Deficiencies of Phenotype Characteristics Based on Environments, Genetics, Disease and Other Factors"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 31 May 2023 | Viewed by 44
Interests: diagnosis; prognostic factor; clinical genetics; neuroscience; molecular pharmacology; gene mutation; drug resistance; mitochondrial DNA; polymorphism; heteroplasmy; nucleotide differentiation index; cell signaling; catecholamine receptors; gene expression; evolution; molecular phylogeny; domestication; phenotype
Special Issues, Collections and Topics in MDPI journals
The scope of this Special Issue comprehensively encapsulates a wide range of fields, such as medical diagnosis, evolution, phylogeny, taxonomy, ecology, behavioral science, genetics, molecular biology, pharmacology, and anthropology. In addition, this Special Issue aims to incorporate cutting-edge technologies in life sciences, reflecting the trend of consistently developing the research approaches in this field by drawing on diverse perspectives and an in-depth understanding of the research problems. This approach to research will be reflected in the subsequent results, which combine a series of studies on phenotype developments, gene function, etc.
The Special Issue will focus on developing a full understanding of research motivations and questions, and will draw on the behavioral characteristics of living organisms and any different experimental data from biology in order to enhance the analysis of relationships based on many biological methods.
Dr. Tomoyoshi Komiyama
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