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
Frequency of Migraine, Presence of Neuropsychiatric Symptoms and Attachment Style: Comparative Study
In assessing the associations between pain frequency and neurotic behavior, in addition to psychiatric comorbidities, a difference in attachment style was observed in which individuals with chronic and episodic migraines. This study investigated asso...
Development of B1 Nested PCR for Assessing the Prevalence of Zoonotic Protozoan Disease Agent Toxoplasma Gondii among Food Animals from Karnataka State, Southern India
Toxoplasmosis is a pandemic zoonotic disease infecting wider range of warm blooded animals including man, marine mammals and birds. The present study was aimed for direct detection of natural infection of Toxoplasma gondii from edible portions or mea...
Trigeminal Neuralgia - A Case Report with Review of Literature
Trigeminal neuralgia also known as ‘Fothergill’s disease’ or ‘tic douloureux’ is a very peculiar disease. The severe pain is paroxystic and can be triggered by a mild cutaneous stimulus on the face or “trigger zone”. It can be classifie...
Acetabular Reconstruction Using Massive Allografts for Combined Cavitary and Segmental Defects
Acetabular reconstruction in cavitary, segmental defects and pelvic discontinuity is a technically challenging surgical procedure. Today in orthopaedic surgery there are some available solutions to face this challenge: acetabular reinforcement device...
Effects of Magnetized Water on Production of Alface Muda
In recent years there have been increasing scientific research on agricultural technology and innovation on the influence of the magnetic field. This study was based on the search for new techniques capable of providing greater production without exc...
Administration of Vasoconstrictor, But Not Volume Expander Prevents Maternal Hypotension During Spinal-Epidural Anesthesia For Elective Cesarean Section
To determine the best management option for preventing maternal hypotension after combined spinal-epidural anesthesia (CSEA) in elective cesarean section patients. A total of 240 full-term, single pregnancy women, undergoing elective cesarean section...