Like all biological populations, human groups can’t be neatly divided. Real populations are connected to each other, and their borders are blurred by migration and...


The January issue of GENETICS is out now! Check out the highlights below or the full Table of Contents here. Gene expression variation in Drosophila melanogaster...


G3 welcomes new Associate Editors Gustavo de los Campos, Christian Marshall, Chad Myers, Jeff Ross-Ibarra, Tanja Slotte, and Marilyn Warburton!   GUSTAVO DE LOS CAMPOS University...


The  December issue of GENETICS is out now! Check out the highlights below or the full Table of Contents here. Ectopic centromere nucleation by CENP-A in...


Laboratory zebrafish hide a dirty little secret. Although the tiny fish have proven to be a vital model of vertebrate development and disease genetics, zebrafish...


One of the major risk factors for autoimmune diseases is being born with two copies of the X chromosome. For example, women—who typically carry two...


In the early 1970s, a couple of hundred wild rats near the Siberian city of Novosibirsk were rounded up by scientists for an ambitious experiment...


With genomic data from hundreds of thousands of people accumulating, geneticists are now able to mine these data for very rare, but very informative genetic variants, including loss-of-function alleles. For example, across...