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Wiley-Blackwell is to provide free mobile applications for several health science journals starting with its American Journal of Transplantation (AJT). These will be accessible via iPhone, Blackberry, Android, Symbian, PalmOS, and WAP devices.

The applications will provide the title and abstract listings of articles with a feature for users to create a 'reading list' of full-text articles. Each application will also provide the full-text of a selection of articles with additional features including listings of upcoming events, society news, and publication information.

The first application for the AJT aims to provide users with real-time access to article abstracts, The AJT Report, and the latest news and information from the field. 'Transplant clinicians can now have AJT in their hands at their patients' bedsides, and I am convinced this will help drive evidence-based practice and ultimately help improve the care of patients undergoing transplant procedures,' said Allan Kirk, AJT editor-in-chief.

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