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To maintain uniformity in presentation within an article and throughout an issue, color will be limited to scientifically necessary usage, with a preference for black/white/gray fill in bar graphs. However, we encourage the use of color in schematic and model illustrations.
Barbara Zehnbauer, PhD, Emory University School of Medicine, Atlanta, GA
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The Journal of Molecular Diagnostics (JMD) publishes high-quality original papers on scientific advances in the translation and validation of molecular discoveries in medicine into the clinical diagnostic setting, and the description and application of technological advances in the field of molecular diagnostic medicine. The impact factor is 5.201.*
Articles report novel discoveries with direct application to clinical diagnostics or clinicopathologic correlations including studies in oncology, infectious diseases, inherited diseases, predisposition to disease, clinical informatics, or the description of polymorphisms linked to disease states or normal variations; the application of diagnostic methodologies in clinical trials; and the development of new or improved molecular methods for diagnosis or monitoring of disease or disease predisposition.
Special Features include Technical Advances, a peer-reviewed section featuring novel methods to solve diagnostic dilemmas. Reviews, Commentaries, and Special Articles provide focus on controversial or "hot" research topics and issues.
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