Structural and Functional Genomics

Structural genomics refers to the characterization and providing location to the entire set of genes in a genome. Functional genomics involves the utilization of data produced by genomic and transcriptomic work which describe gene function and property. The knowledge of the structure of an individual genome is useful in mutating genes and DNA segments in that particular species, also, this study facilitate the investigation of processes like transcription and translation.

Related Journals of Structural and Functional Genomics

Translational Biomedicine, Insights in Cell Science, Cellular & Molecular Medicine: Open access, Archives of Clinical Microbiology, Pharmacogenomics and Personalized Medicine, Translational Oncogenomics.