Editorial

Editorial Mammalian Genome and its Editorial Board are tribute through genetics and physiological ap- continuing to work hard to improve the service it proaches to the understanding of biological systems. provides to readers as well as raising the quality of We will make a formal announcement on the topic published papers. In 2005 we introduced the elec- towards the summer. tronic manuscript handling system, Manuscript In addition to the special issue, we intend to Central. This has proved an undoubted success to include several commentary articles in Mammalian our readers and, most importantly, the time from Genome in 2006 that will add to the several sub- manuscript submission to acceptance has been stantive reviews that we publish each year. While halved. Now that Manuscript Central is bedded many of our reviews and commentaries are solicited, down, the Editorial Office is in a position to focus on we also welcome suggestions and proposals from our the development of several new projects for 2006 and readership. Please contact Louise Tinsley, the Man- beyond. aging Editor, at l.tinsley@har.mrc.ac.uk Firstly, we are introducing a regular annual spe- Finally, with our colleagues at Springer, we plan cial issue. Some of you will have seen the in 2006 to introduce advance on-line publication announcement on the 2006 special issue, QTLs and following acceptance. Once implemented, the Edi- eQTLs  Elucidating Transcriptional Networks in tors aim to achieve a target of 3 months from sub- Complex Phenotypes. The special issue will include mission to publication. reviews, commentaries and research articles and Mammalian Genome has a strong future, pub- with the strong response we have had to date we are lishing fundamental discoveries on the relationship sure that it will be a great success. Papers on QTL between gene and phenotype. With the planned mapping, identification and analysis have become a developments we are looking forward with confi- significant and important feature of the journal and dence and we are sure that we will receive strong the special issue will build on this. The Editors and support from the mammalian genetics community. the Editorial Board have already discussed the 2007 special issue that will cover Comparative Analysis Steve Brown of Systems  from Genome to Physiology and will Joe Nadeau include reviews and research articles focusing on how diverse mammalian genetics systems can con- Editors DOI: 10.1007/s00335-005-0900-7  Volume 17, 1 (2006)   Springer Science+Business Media, Inc. 2006 1 http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Mammalian Genome Springer Journals

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Copyright © 2006 by Springer Science+Business Media, Inc.
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Life Sciences; Anatomy; Zoology; Cell Biology
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0938-8990
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10.1007/s00335-005-0900-7
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Mammalian Genome and its Editorial Board are tribute through genetics and physiological ap- continuing to work hard to improve the service it proaches to the understanding of biological systems. provides to readers as well as raising the quality of We will make a formal announcement on the topic published papers. In 2005 we introduced the elec- towards the summer. tronic manuscript handling system, Manuscript In addition to the special issue, we intend to Central. This has proved an undoubted success to include several commentary articles in Mammalian our readers and, most importantly, the time from Genome in 2006 that will add to the several sub- manuscript submission to acceptance has been stantive reviews that we publish each year. While halved. Now that Manuscript Central is bedded many of our reviews and commentaries are solicited, down, the Editorial Office is in a position to focus on we also welcome suggestions and proposals from our the development of several new projects for 2006 and readership. Please contact Louise Tinsley, the Man- beyond. aging Editor, at l.tinsley@har.mrc.ac.uk Firstly, we are introducing a regular annual spe- Finally, with our colleagues at Springer, we plan cial issue. Some of you will have seen the in 2006 to introduce advance on-line publication announcement on the 2006 special issue, QTLs and following acceptance. Once implemented, the Edi- eQTLs  Elucidating Transcriptional Networks in tors aim to achieve a target of 3 months from sub- Complex Phenotypes. The special issue will include mission to publication. reviews, commentaries and research articles and Mammalian Genome has a strong future, pub- with the strong response we have had to date we are lishing fundamental discoveries on the relationship sure that it will be a great success. Papers on QTL between gene and phenotype. With the planned mapping, identification and analysis have become a developments we are looking forward with confi- significant and important feature of the journal and dence and we are sure that we will receive strong the special issue will build on this. The Editors and support from the mammalian genetics community. the Editorial Board have already discussed the 2007 special issue that will cover Comparative Analysis Steve Brown of Systems  from Genome to Physiology and will Joe Nadeau include reviews and research articles focusing on how diverse mammalian genetics systems can con- Editors DOI: 10.1007/s00335-005-0900-7  Volume 17, 1 (2006)   Springer Science+Business Media, Inc. 2006 1

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