BioMed Central has launched an open-access journal focusing on the emerging subject of systems biology.
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Nature Publishing Group (NPG) has launched two new freely-available information resources. The Functional Glycomics Gateway is a collaboration between the Consortium for Functional Glycomics and NPG.
The EMBO Journal and EMBO reports, which are published by Nature Publishing Group, will accept open-access articles as of January 2007, subject to payment of a publication fee.
Wiley-VCH will launch Proteomics â€“ Clinical Applications (PCA), a new journal intended to cover information in the field of applying proteomics to the study of human disease and translation to the clinic.
Text analytics provider TEMIS has introduced the first industry-specific edition of its recently launched information intelligence solution, Luxid. The first industry targeted is life sciences.
Springer has entered into a partnership with the Society for In Vitro Biology and the International Association for Plant Biotechnology to publish two In Vitro journals.
International Journal of Biomedical Sciences (IJBS) is a new quarterly, open-access journal focusing on theories, methods and applications in biomedical sciences, computational and systems biology.
Ovid has expanded its partnership with Oxford University Press (OUP) to add more than 180 titles in medicine, neurosciences, social and behavioural sciences to Books@Ovid, its e-books search and discovery platform.
John Wiley & Sons has been selected by the International Union of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (IUBMB) to publish Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Education
Cell Press is launching Cell Hose & Microbe, which will focus on the interactions between microbes and their hosts.
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