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Springer has signed a book partnership agreement with the American Physiological Society (APS) to publish titles in three APS book series as well as individual monographs and contributed volumes. The new publications are said to be aimed primarily at researchers.

The American Physiological Society will commission book projects, and Springer will provide editorial guidance, as well as production, marketing, sales, and distribution services. In addition to individual books, Springer will publish titles in three APS book series: Methods in Physiology, Clinical Physiology, and Progress and Perspectives in Physiology. All titles will be published in print and electronically as part of Springer’s Physiology eBook Collection. Springer will also digitise 32 of APS’s previously-published titles to be included in Springer’s Online Book Archives.