As we approach the new year, we would like to continue highlighting some of the successful collaborations of 2022, which will serve as inspiration for our work in the coming year and future partnerships in 2023.
Let us celebrate today open-access research in Genome Integrity Journal.
Success Story – Genome Integrity
This year’s addition of Genome Integrity to our network marks a significant three-way collaboration between ScienceOpen, Genome Integrity Journal, and CompuScript, which provides professional typesetting for the journal.
Genome Integrity is a fully open-access journal bringing to our network high-quality research titles in genetics and life sciences, as well as the most recent advancements in the understanding of the processes that regulate genome integrity maintenance.
ScienceOpen has provided Genome Integrity with hosting services, and it has also assisted in the unification of the publisher’s information, optimization of license information, and provision of long-term digital preservation through a partnership with CLOCKSS.
The open-access publications published in this journal helps researchers understand the processes that regulate the maintenance of genome integrity and how the maintenance affects aging and cancer development.
Genome Integrity’s publications cover a wide range of topics, including, but not limited to, induction of DNA damage, sensing, signaling, and repair of DNA damage, metaphase chromosome alterations, cell cycle regulation, genome integrity and aging, genome integrity and cancer, and so on.
Take a glimpse at the collection of Genome Integrity with some of the most recent articles added in the collection:
- Oxidative Damage Induced Telomere Mediated Genomic Instability in Cells from Ataxia Telangiectasia Patients
- The Detection of DNA Damage Response in MCF7 and MDA-MB-231 Breast Cancer Cell Lines after X-ray Exposure
- Detection of Radiation-Induced DNA Damage in Breast Cancer Patients by Using Gamma H2AX Biomarker: A Possible Correlation with Their Body Mass Index
- Association of Telomere Length and Serum Vitamin D Levels with Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus and its Related Complications: A Possible Future Perspective
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