Latest Article Alert from Environmental Health

The following new articles have just been published in Environmental Health

For articles using Author Version-first publication you will see a provisional PDF corresponding to the accepted manuscript. In these instances, the fully formatted Final Version PDF and full text (HTML) versions will follow in due course.

Commentary
Reporting individual results for biomonitoring and environmental

Latest Article Alert from Malaria Journal

The following new articles have just been published in Malaria Journal

For articles using Author Version-first publication you will see a provisional PDF corresponding to the accepted manuscript. In these instances, the fully formatted Final Version PDF and full text (HTML) versions will follow in due course.

Case report
Uncomplicated Plasmodium vivax malaria in pregnancy associated with

Latest Article Alert from Respiratory Research

The following new articles have just been published in Respiratory Research

For articles using Author Version-first publication you will see a provisional PDF corresponding to the accepted manuscript. In these instances, the fully formatted Final Version PDF and full text (HTML) versions will follow in due course.

Research
Effective pulmonary delivery of an aerosolized plasmid DNA vaccine via

DSpace & EPrints Help Authors Provide Access During Publisher OA Embargoes

DSpace follows (not quite “leads“!) EPrints in providing access (not quite “Open Access”!) to research during publisher OA embargo periods (via the facilitated Request-Copy Button):

http://duraspace.org/node/2133

Just in time, I hope, to help shape the implementation of the US Public Access Policy by ensuring that mandatory deposit is (1) immediate (not waiting to deposit only after the allowable OA embargoes of publishers have elapsed) and (2) institutional (not institution-external).

Institutions can then (a) monitor and ensure compliance with the US Public Access Policy and (b) implement the institutional repository’s facilitated Request-Copy Button which allows the author to provide an individual copy to an individual requestor with a single click on a case by case basis during the publisher’s OA embargo period.

(Both metadata and full-texts of institutional deposits can then be automatically exported to or harvested by any central repositories desired: disciplinary, national, or even funder-based.)

Latest Article Alert from Breast Cancer Research

The following new articles have just been published in Breast Cancer Research

For articles using Author Version-first publication you will see a provisional PDF corresponding to the accepted manuscript. In these instances, the fully formatted Final Version PDF and full text (HTML) versions will follow in due course.

Editorial
Endocrine therapy: defining the path of least resistance
Stone A,

Latest Article Alert from BMC Medicine

The following new articles have just been published in BMC Medicine

For articles using Author Version-first publication you will see a provisional PDF corresponding to the accepted manuscript. In these instances, the fully formatted Final Version PDF and full text (HTML) versions will follow in due course.

Commentary
Non-celiac gluten sensitivity – why worry?
Lundin KA
BMC Medicine 2014, 12:

Latest Article Alert from BMC Women’s Health

The following new articles have just been published in BMC Women’s Health

For articles using Author Version-first publication you will see a provisional PDF corresponding to the accepted manuscript. In these instances, the fully formatted Final Version PDF and full text (HTML) versions will follow in due course.

Case report
Tubal ectopic pregnancy two years after laparoscopic supracervical

Interview with Advisory Board member Peter Suber

“When junior faculty feel pressure to publish in prestigious journals, we can help them find prestigious OA journals, which are growing in number. When they feel pressure to publish in prestigious non-OA journals, then we can help them make their work OA through repositories. And of course, we should do what we can to remove any pressures to put prestige ahead of quality, that is, pressures which prove that we are not yet evaluating their work fairly….”