Give Them Your Papers

Nature Genetics is asking members of the life science community to submit papers for potential publication that "reformat and integrate" existing data to generate "new hypotheses, predictions, and insights."

The journal wrote in an editorial last week that it is interested in data analysis papers that cover "new research in any area of gene expression and cell identity (including genetics, epigenetics, development, cell reprogramming, synthetic biology, and cancer."

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