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Animal Nutriomics
  • ISSN: 2977-3776 (Print), 2977-3784 (Online)
  • Frequency: 1 volume per year

Animal Nutriomics is an international, peer-reviewed, open-access journal that aims to provide timely updates on the latest research achievements, breakthrough advances, new technologies, methods, and analytical approaches in the field of animal nutrition science. The journal focuses primarily on molecular animal nutrition, omics technologies, and epigenetics, while also encompassing interdisciplinary aspects such as microbiome, veterinary medicine, food, and aquaculture. It specifically emphasizes research with potential impact on livestock animals and related lab model organisms, rather than wildlife or pets. Animal Nutriomics covers all novel research on animal nutrition science from the perspective of functional omics, especially in the fields of animal molecular nutrition, nutrition in animal health, nutritional regulation of genetics and epigenetics, nutrition-related omics, phenotype and metabolism.

The journal publishes a wide range of original and high-quality contributions, including original research articles, reviews, short communications, comments to published papers, and letters to the editors. The articles should be related to livestock, aquatic and laboratory animal species that address fundamental questions. Animal Nutriomics is dedicated to meeting the needs of researchers and relevant practitioners who employ new methods and technologies in animal nutrition science.

The journal welcomes contributions from diverse subject areas, including but not limited to:

  1. Animal molecular nutrition
  2. Animal nutrigenomics and nutriepigenomics
  3. Phenotype and nutrition metabolism at molecular levels
  4. Animal and food microbiomes for animal production and health
  5. Nutritional epidemiology and molecular regulation of animal health
  6. Nutritional regulation of animal growth, development and product quality
  7. Feedomics and foodomics
  8. Exploration of novel nutrients or feed additives for animal health
  9. Nutrigenetic basis of animal nutrition
  10. Functional omic bases of nutrition and reproductive physiology
  11. Advances in multiomics research and methods in animal sciences