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Genes and Cancer Risk

Genes and Cancer Risk

Genetic Diversity of Coronaviruses: From SARS-CoV to SARS-CoV-2

Genetic Predisposition and Autism Spectrum Disorders: A Review of the Epigenetic Role of Vaccine Adjuvants and Environmental Pollutants

Genome Editing in Bacteria

Genome Size and Genetic Homogeneity of Regenerated Plants: Methods and Applications

Geriatric Anesthesia: A Practical Guide

Global Emerging Innovation Summit

Glucolipid Metabolic Disorders

ISSN: 2949-9011 (Print)
eISSN: 2949-902X (Online)

Glucolipid Metabolic Disorders is an international peer-reviewed, multi-disciplinary journal for physicians, clinicians, and scientists with interest in glucose and lipid metabolic disorders in pathological processes, as well as the therapeutics targeting these disorders to treat human diseases. Glucolipid Metabolic Disorders publishes original research articles, guidelines, reviews, and commentaries on a broad range of topics. Glucolipid Metabolic Disorders is most interested in manuscripts that address important advances in glucolipid metabolomics and the clinical application of targeting glucose and lipid metabolism. Areas of interest cover, but are not limited to: • Clinical applications of targeting glucose and lipid metabolism to improve patient care and outcomes • Clinical trials illustrating the use of targeting glucose and lipid metabolism • Conceptual and characterization of glucolipid metabolic disorders • Mechanisms of glucolipid metabolic disorders in diseases • Metabolomics on glucose and lipids • Methodologies & preclinical and clinical applications of glucolipid metabolomics • Novel techniques & approaches for the advancement of glucolipid metabolomics • Translational research in glucolipid metabolomics

Graphene-based Carbocatalysis: Synthesis, Properties and Applications

Graphene-based Nanomaterial Catalysis

Great Catastrophes of the Earth in the 5th Industrial Revolution Era

Great Change in Religion Faith in the Amazing 5th Industrial Revolution Era

Green Earth & Mankind Based on Einstein’s and Quantum Mechanics

Green Extraction Techniques in Food Analysis