Meiotic recombination in a commonly used laboratory mouse strain showed sensitivity to dietary changes. Recombination within the germline is a tightly controlled process. But new...


Howard Lipshitz reflects on his first year as EIC at GENETICS. A year can be a long time or no time at all, depending on...


GENETICS is pleased to announce five new Associate Editors have joined the Editorial Board. Cellular Genetics Mike Boxem Utrecht University Mike Boxem studies the polarization...


Researchers used a forward genetic approach to identify genes that affect a social behavior in honey bees. For more than 30 years, honey bee geneticist...


Discovery of thiabendazole target explains vascular disrupting action. Even after hundreds of millions of years of evolution, some yeast genes persist mostly intact in humans...


We are pleased to announce the appointment of Laura Rusche as a new member of the GENETICS Editorial Board in the Gene Expression section. Laura...


From a Kyoto garden to scientific discoveries.  Since the 17th century, medaka fish have been bred for their beautiful colors. Shortly after the 1900 re-discovery of...


New Bolotie method can handle the barrage of sequencing data that posed a problem for conventional recombination algorithms. Humanity has faced many pandemics throughout history,...


Guest post by A.J. Marian Walhout, PhD. Massachusetts, March 2020: The early days of the COVID-19 pandemic that would profoundly affect us all. Labs shut...


GENETICS and G3: Genes|Genomes|Genetics are pleased to announce two new Senior Editors; Sharon Browning is a Senior Editor at GENETICS, and Gustavo de los Campos is...