Scholarena Journal of Genetics (SAJG) is a multidisciplinary peer reviewed, open access journal decdicated to the latest advancements of genetics. The journal accepts research articles, short reports, reviews, short communications, editorials, opinion, letter etc.

The goal of this journal is to provide a platform for scientists and academicians all over the world to promote, share, and discuss various new issues and developments in different areas of Genetics. SAJG strives to publishes the peer reviewed high quality articles.

RECENT ARTICLES
Efficacy of Subcutaneous Tocilizumab for the Treatment of Refractory Large Vessel Vasculitis in a Patient with Latent Tuberculosis Infection
Tocilizumab (TCZ), a specific IL-6 inhibitor, has been shown to be effective and well tolerated in the treatment of refractory large-vessel vasculitis with monthly intravenous (i.v) infusions of 8 mg/Kg of body weight....
Concepts of Process Validation in Solid Dosage Form [Tablet] An Overview
Drugs having an important role in curing the various diseases in health care. Therefore, drugs must be manufactured to achieve a predictable therapeutic response with highest quality levels. End product testing by itself doesn’t guarantee the quali...
Severe Hypoglycemic Coma Event on MRI: Specific Brain Necrosis
With the widespread of sale and use of oral hypoglycemic drugs or insulin, hypoglycemic coma event have become a common medical emergency. Some patients with severe hypoglycemic coma led to prolonged hypoglycemia with fatal coma due to delay in the t...
Diagnosis of Varicella Zoster Virus Meningitis/Meningoencephalitis by the Meningitis Encephalitis Panel That Detects DNA by PCR: A Case Series
Varicella Zoster Virus (VZV) is an unusual cause of meningitis/meningoencephalitis in a healthy population. We report three cases in which the diagnosis of VZV meningitis/meningoencephalitis was made by the Meningitis Encephalitis Panel (MEP) for deo...
Crouzon Syndrome - A Case Report of Rare Genetic Disorder with Review of Literature
In 1912, a French neurologist, Octave Crouzon (1874-1938) first described the crouzon syndrome and in 1937 Atkinson reviewed eighty six cases that were published and found about 67% of the cases were familial and 33% were sporadic, representing new m...
A Rapidly Progressive Hydatid Disease Imitating Metastatic Malignancy: An Unusual Multi-Organ Presentation. Report of a Case and Review of Literature
Hydatid disease is still a major health and socio-economic problem in endemic regions. It is the most frequent parasitic infection that commonly affects the liver and rarely involves multiple organs. Herein, I report an extraordinary case of multi-or...