Journal of Hereditary Diseases

Journal of Hereditary Diseases

The Journal of Hereditary Diseases (JHD) is an open access, peer-reviewed journal published by Open Access Pub. Its aim is to disseminate knowledge and research on the causes, diagnosis, prevention and treatment of inherited disorders and diseases. The journal focuses on the latest research findings, current trends and treatments, and emerging dysgenetic conditions. JHD also publishes systematic reviews, case studies and current clinical practices. In JHD readers can explore broad range of topics, including genetic testing, genetic counselling, screening, gene

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Journal of Hereditary Diseases is a comprehensive, peer-reviewed journal that helps disseminate original research work, having a unique aspect of covering many areas which contributes to providing an awareness of research studies of scientists around the globe.

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The "Journal of Hereditary Diseases" is a scholarly publication that focuses on disseminating research related to genetic disorders and hereditary diseases. Topics associated with the journal: Genetic Disorders, Hereditary Diseases, Genomic Medicine, Molecular Genetics, Human Genetics, Pediatric Genetic, Genetic Markers, Genetic Screening, Genetic Therapy.


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The "Journal of Hereditary Diseases" is a distinguished scholarly platform dedicated to advancing knowledge and understanding in the field of genetics and hereditary diseases. The journal aims to provide a comprehensive and multidisciplinary forum for researchers, clinicians, and scientists to disseminate high-quality research and contribute to the areas of Hereditary Diseases.

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Hereditary Diseases-Corneal Hereditary Diseases Ophthalmology
-Wenlin Zhang

Wenlin Zhang

200 Stein Plaza, DSERC 3-143 DSERC 3-143

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Hereditary Diseases-Human genetics -Rajinder kaur

Rajinder kaur

Department of Human genetics Punjabi University Patiala 147002 Punjab INDIA

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Hereditary Diseases-Biotechnology-Yonghui Li

Yonghui Li

Hematology, Chinese PLA General Hospital 28, Fuxing Road, Beijing,100853

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Hereditary Diseases-Interplay between gut bacteria during Inflammatory Bowel disease
 Determination of SNPs in the susceptibility genes of IBD and their association with the disease
 Role of ABC transporters during IBD
 Role of miRNA in modulating dise

Jaishree Paul

UGC Research Scientist 'C' (Professor) School of Life Sciences, Jawaharl...

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