The most diverse of all human genes encode a set of proteins at the frontline of our immune system. Many different Human Leukocyte Antigen (HLA)...


Today's guest post was contributed by Andreas Prokop, of the University of Manchester. Along with research on the cell biology of neurons during development and ageing,...


Check out the May issue of G3! Investigations A Novel Electronic Assessment Strategy to Support Applied Drosophila Genetics Training in University Courses Maggy Fostier, Sanjai...


Male Drosophila fruit flies perform an elaborate ritual when they court a female. The male first turns towards the female, follows her, taps her, vibrates...


From animal domestication to human genome variation, from loblolly genomes to lager genomes, from wild zebrafish sex to untangled metagenomes, last year brought plenty of...


Check out the April issue of G3! Investigations A Bayesian Model for the Analysis of Transgenerational Epigenetic Variation Luis Varona, Sebastián Munilla, Elena Flavia Mouresan,...


Do you have results from a mutant screen to publish? G3's Mutant Screen Reports allow you to publish succinct descriptions of useful genetic screens in...


Just in time for the 2015 GSA Drosophila Research Conference, the new issue of G3 features FlyCatWalk for sorting live Drosophila based on morphometric traits,...


The new issue of G3 features Asian malarial mosquito control, familial idiopathic scoliosis, and a high-res genetic map for the Mexican tetra. Check out the...


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...