New Guidelines for Articles on Genomics in JBMR® and JBMR® Plus
Date: May 30, 2019
New guidelines for the Genetic and Functional -Omics Studies in Cells, Animals, and Humans have been developed to support the ASBMR journals’ commitment for increasing transparency in research, and to clarify the data sharing policy and assist authors. These guidelines are provided for studies investigating DNA variants in relation to phenotypes of the musculoskeletal system and mineral metabolism. These guidelines may be applicable to other forms of –omic studies focusing on the transcriptome, epigenome, metabolome, and/or proteome. Please click here to read the full Genetic and Functional -Omics Studies in Cells, Animals, and Humans guidelines. The Publications Committee thanks the Working Group members for their update: David Karasik, Ph.D., Chair; Fernando Rivadeneira, M.D., Ph.D.; Doug Kiel, M.D., M.P.H.; Charles Farber, Ph.D.; Cheryl Ackert-Bicknell, Ph.D.; Michael Mannstadt, M.D.; Roberto Civitelli, M.D.; and Peter Ebeling, M.D..