Posted Wed, Oct, 05,2011
Libertas Academica recently announced on Tumblr that the following articles have been published in Bioinformatics and Biology Insights.
"Gene Networks Driving Bovine Mammary Protein Synthesis During the Lactation Cycle”
"Candidate Single Nucleotide Polymorphism Markers for Arsenic Responsiveness of Protein Targets"
"Normal Mode Flexible Fitting of High-Resolution Structures of Biological Molecules Toward SAXS Data"
We use Tumblr for visually-rich papers like this because it focuses on picture and video posts instead of text. With Tumblr we can post exciting images from articles to generate greater online interest for new papers. Visually-rich articles like this one will feature on Tumblr as well as being announced through other channels including email newsletters, Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter and RSS.
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We found Bioinformatics and Biology insights very supportive and quick in guiding us in submitting our manuscript. The review of the manuscript was also very prompt. We also found that the review was fair and prompt and that was the most important thing for us. It was a very interesting experience for us. We also liked the video abstract service, which is very novel and encouraging for authors.
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