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However, methods papers discouraged unless the method has been used to produce new biological information on the system being investigated.
In order to maintain high scientific quality, Marine Biotechnology discourages authors from submitting the following types of manuscripts: (1) manuscripts reporting cloning of cDNA or genomic sequences alone without dealing with important biological information; (2) manuscripts reporting cloning and characterizing of microsatellite sequences but without applying the information to address questions of important biological significance; and (3) manuscripts reporting collection of expressed sequence tags (ESTs) but without using the collected ESTs to address significant biological problems.
J. Grant Burgess
School of Life Sciences
Riccarton, Edinburgh EH14 4AS
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Director of Aquatic Genomics
Department of Fisheries and Allied Aquacultures and
Program of Cell and Molecular Biosciences
Auburn, AL 36849 USA
Marine Biotechnology Institute
Heita, Kamaishi City
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