Celebrate Open Access Week by Submitting Your Work(s) to Mountain Scholar

In honor of Open Access Week consider submitting your work(s) to Mountain Scholar. Mountain Scholar is the institutional repository of CU Anschutz and the Strauss Health Sciences Library. Learn more about Mountain Scholar on the Strauss Library’s website.

Submitting your work(s) to Mountain Scholar is easy. In five easy steps you can get your work submitted and made available in Mountain Scholar. A variety of resources can be submitted to Mountain Scholar. Here is a list of some items we accept:

  • Data sets
  • Journal articles (including published material, depending on copyright restrictions)
  • Books and book chapters
  • Pre-prints
  • Multimedia including photos, images, and videos
  • Grey literature
  • Teaching materials and Open Educational Resources (OER)
  • Technical reports
  • Poster and/or slide presentations
  • Professional activity materials
  • Projects and portfolios
  • Performances
  • Special events materials
  • Conference materials
  • Departmental publications

If you still have questions check out our Mountain Scholar FAQ or contact Danielle Ostendorf (Danielle.2.Ostendorf@cuanschutz.edu).

Open Access Week 2019

Every year, during the month of October, the Scholarly Publishing and Academic Resources Coalition (SPARC) organizes the international event Open Access Week. For one week we focus on the importance and need for Open Access scholarship and, as SPARC has said, it provides “an opportunity for open access advocates to engage their communities to teach them about the potential benefits of Open Access, to share what they’ve learned with colleagues, and to help inspire wider participation in helping to make Open Access a new norm in scholarship and research.”

So, how does the Strauss Health Sciences Library support Open Access?

The Strauss Library supports Open Access in several ways. To start, Open Access is part of the Strauss Library’s Collection Development Policy and we regularly make Open Access content available through our library catalog.  Here are some examples of Open Access journals currently available in our catalog:

In addition to providing access to Open Access, the Strauss Library supports the CU Anschutz campus publishing in Open Access journals. If campus affiliates publish in an Open Access journal, depending on their author rights, they can preserve their article in our institutional repository, Mountain Scholar, as well. Learn more about Mountain Scholar.

How is Open Access relevant to the medical and health sciences field?

Open Access is beneficial to all subjects and fields. Allowing your research to be freely available will generally increase citations, support further advances in the field, and increase representation in the field.
Here are examples of Open Access in the medical and health sciences fields:

  • Open Access Research | Gail Rees
    • 3-minute YouTube video about the impact of Dr. Rees’s open access works
  • Open Source Malaria project
    • According to SPARC, it “invites scientists from around the around to freely share their research on anti-malaria drugs through a transparent, online platform. The hope is to accelerate discovery of new drug candidates to be entered into pre-clinical development. All data and ideas are shared openly. There are no patents.”
  • Open Medicine Foundation
    • According to their mission, OMF supports “collaborative medical research to find effective treatments and diagnostic markers for chronic complex diseases with initial focus on ME/CFS.”

This year’s Open Access Week theme is “Open for Whom? Equity in Open Knowledge”. What does that mean?

Every year Open Access Week has a theme. Last year’s theme was “designing equitable foundations for open knowledge.” Nick Shockey, Director of Programs & Engagement at SPARC, explains this year’s theme “Open for Whom? Equity in Open Knowledge”; “As open becomes the default, all stakeholders must be intentional about designing these new, open systems to ensure that they are inclusive, equitable, and truly serve the needs of a diverse global community.”

Equity can play many roles in Open Access publishing. For example, it can refer to the accessibility of a platform hosting an Open Access journal, or the diversity of the editors, peer-reviewers, and authors of an Open Access journal. Open Access also brings equity to a field when all researchers have the same access to research and data. In contrast, accessing a traditional subscription journal requires a subscription which costs the institution, library, or individual money, if they can afford the journal.

How can I learn more about Open Access?

There are several resources available to learn more about Open Access. Here are a few:

If you have questions that were not answered above, please use the Strauss Library’s AskUs to chat or email with a librarian or reach out to Danielle Ostendorf (Danielle.2.Ostendorf@cuanschutz.edu), Electronic Resources Librarian.

Colorado Open Scholarship Series: Watch recorded talks!

You can now view the recorded talks from Heather Joseph and Nicole Allen given at other Colorado universities!

April 11, 2017 – @ University of Denver
What’s Up with Open Research Data?
Presented by: Heather Joseph, Executive Director, SPARC

April 12, 2017 – @ University of Colorado Boulder
Tackling the Textbook Crisis: The Role of Open Educational Resources and Affordable Course Materials
Presented by: Nicole Allen, Director of Open Education, SPARC

April 13, 2017 – @ Colorado School of Mines

Part I: Open Educational Resources: Reducing Cost, Expanding Access, Improving Quality
Presented by: Nicole Allen, Director of Open Education, SPARC

Part II: Open Access: From Adoption to Evaluation

Presented by: Heather Joseph, Executive Director, SPARC

Heather Joseph and Nicole Allen of SPARC (the Scholarly Publishing and Academic Resources Coalition) will be talking about all things related to open scholarship April 10-14th. The Health Sciences Library will be live-streaming some of their talks in TL-3 (Teaching Lab 3). Come and learn about open data, open access publishing, open educational resources and more! Times, dates and topics:

 

Eugene Garfield (1925-2017). Innovator of citation indices and the Impact Factor

Eugene Garfield, chemist, librarian, and informationist, passed away on February 26th. Garfield invented the Science Citation Index, initially compiled in multiple massive volumes which in the digital world, evolved into the Web of Science.  The sometimes controversial Impact Factor is an innovation of Garfield’s as well, first writing about it in a 1955 Science article .

In the 1940’s, Garfield attended CU Boulder as a chemical engineering student but with the interruption of the war, he finished at Columbia University with a chemistry B.S.  He went on to work at the Welch Medical Library at Johns Hopkins where he contributed to a project that led to the development of MeSH.

For more on Eugene Garfield’s life and career see:

BrowZine and BrowZine Web: browse E-journals on your iPhone or your computer

browzine BrowZine is an app that can help you stay current with academic journals!  After downloading the free BrowZine app select our institution: University of Colorado Health Sciences Library and enter your usual library login credentials. Authentication FAQs.
The library only subscribes to the iOS version of this resource at this time. Reviews

Don’t have an iPhone or iPad? Try BrowZine Web. Browse top journals from your field from your desktop or laptop computer. Easily discover, read, and monitor the key journals in your field. You can find a link on the library’s database page.

browzine web

With BrowZine, you can:
– Browse and read top academic journals: Browse journals by subject, easily review tables of contents, and download full articles

– Use the durable linking capability of browzine.com to easily link to specific sub-disciplines.

In the BrowZine app for iOS, you can create a personal experience:
– Create your own bookshelf: Add journals to your personal bookshelf and be notified when new articles are published
– Save and export articles: Save articles for off-line reading or export to services such as DropBox, Mendeley, RefWorks, Zotero, Papers and more.

Publishers are Requiring ORCID

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Do you have an ORCID number, a researcher ID number? There’s a growing list of journals and publishers, including PLoS, Wiley, the American Chemical Society, EMBO Press and others, that require corresponding authors to have an ORCID number.  If you don’t have one yet, you can register here.

New trial: APA Style CENTRAL

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Try out APA Style Central!

Features include:
-Research planning tools
-APA Style reference templates
-Browse and search features to identify possible journals for publication

Users must create an individual account in order to create and save references and papers. Click on “Welcome” in the upper right corner to create your account.

Tell us what you think…

On trial until October 6th, 2016

2015 Open Access Fund Award Articles: Making an Impact

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Articles by the recipients of the 2015 Open Access Fund Award are making an impact. The articles are available in the library’s digital repository.  Check out the early altmetric data for the articles. Check back on this blog or the Open Access page soon for information on applying to the next OA Fund.

2015

Dalwani MS, McMahon MA, Mikulich-Gilbertson SK, Young SE, Regner MF, Raymond KM, et al. (2015) Female Adolescents with Severe Substance and Conduct Problems Have Substantially Less Brain Gray Matter Volume. PLoS ONE 10(5): e0126368. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0126368

Repository link


Edward J. Dill, Spero M. Manson, Luohua Jiang, et al., “Psychosocial Predictors of Weight Loss among American Indian and Alaska Native Participants in a Diabetes Prevention Translational Project,” Journal of Diabetes Research, vol. 2016, Article ID 1546939, 10 pages, 2016. doi:10.1155/2016/1546939

No altmetric data to show…yet

Repository link


Friend SF, Deason-Towne F, Peterson LK, Berger AJ, Dragone LL. Regulation of T cell receptor complex-mediated signaling by ubiquitin and ubiquitin-like modifications. American Journal of Clinical and Experimental Immunology. 2014;3(3):107-123.

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Gaillard D, Xu M, Liu F, Millar SE, Barlow LA (2015) β-Catenin Signaling Biases Multipotent Lingual Epithelial Progenitors to Differentiate and Acquire Specific Taste Cell Fates. PLoS Genet 11(5): e1005208. doi:10.1371/journal.pgen.1005208

Repository link


Green RM, Feng W, Phang T, et al. Tfap2a-dependent changes in mouse facial morphology result in clefting that can be ameliorated by a reduction in Fgf8gene dosage. Disease Models & Mechanisms. 2015;8(1):31-43. doi:10.1242/dmm.017616.

Repository link


Hampton CW, Galperin D, Alvarez E, West MS. Encephalomyeloneuropathy with CRMP-5 antibodies in a patient with a primary mediastinal serinoma. Neurology® Neuroimmunology & Neuroinflammation. 2015;2(3):e82. doi:10.1212/NXI.0000000000000082.

Repository link


Honda JR, Hess T, Malcolm KC, Ovrutsky AR, Bai X, Irani VR, et al. (2015) Pathogenic Nontuberculous Mycobacteria Resist and Inactivate Cathelicidin: Implication of a Novel Role for Polar Mycobacterial Lipids. PLoS ONE 10(5): e0126994. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0126994

Repository link


Meredith FL, Kirk ME and Rennie KJ (2015) Kv1 channels and neural processing in vestibular calyx afferents. Front. Syst. Neurosci. 9:85. doi: 10.3389/fnsys.2015.00085

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Murphy, D.L., Marcial, M., Halpern, M., The role of citizenship status in HIV testing among rural communities of the Dominican Republic. WIMJ Open 2015.; 2 (2). doi:10.7727/wimjopen.2014.020

No altmetric data to show…yet

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Schlaepfer, Isabel R., Glodé, L. Michael, Hitz, Carolyn A., Pac, Colton T., Boyle, Kristen E., Maroni, Paul, Deep, Gagan, Agarwal, Rajesh, Lucia, Scott M., Cramer, Scott D., Serkova, Natalie J., Eckel, Robert H., Inhibition of lipid oxidation increases glucose metabolism and enhances 2-deoxy-2-[¹⁸F]fluoro-D-glucose uptake in prostate cancer mouse xenografts. Molecular Imaging and Biology 17(4). doi:10.1007/s11307-014-0814-4

No altmetric data to show…yet

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Scott, Halden F., Donoghue, Aaron J., Gaieski, David F., Marchese, Ronald F., Mistry, Rakesh D., Effectiveness of physical exam signs for early detection of critical illness in pediatric systemic inflammatory response syndrome. BMC Emergency Medicine 2014 14:24. doi:10.1186/1471-227X-14-24

Repository link


Smith, Christiana, Forster, Jeri E., Levin, Myron J., Davies, Jill, Pappas, Jennifer, Kinzie, Kay, Barr, Emily, Paul, Suzanne, McFarland, Elizabeth J., Weinberg, Adriana, Serious adverse events are uncommon with combination neonatal antiretroviral prophylaxis: a retrospective case review. PLoS ONE 10(5): e0127062. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0127062

No altmetric data to show…yet

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Zhang, Lingdi, Xueni, Li, Hill, Ryan C., Qiu, Yan, Zhang, Wenzheng, Hansen, Kirk C., Zhao, Rui, Brr2 plays a role in spliceosomal activation in addition to U4/U6 unwinding. Nucleic Acids Research, 2015, Vol. 43, No. 6, 3286-3297. doi:10.1093/nar/gkv06

Repository link


 

Try out OvidToday: an app for browsing Ovid journals

Want a way to keep current with Ovid journals? Try OvidToday

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Benefits:

  • Browse specialty categories and select journals to follow
  • Stay current with the latest journal content
  • Read the PDF of any article
  • Add articles to a personal reading list for later use, even offline
  • Access journals at home or work with remote authentication

Directions:

1) Download the free OvidToday app
Available for free. Get it on Google Play (play.google.com) or iTunes (itunes.apple.com)

2) Tap “Let’s get started” and follow the on-screen instructions
If you are on campus/logged in on the network, the app should automatically recognize you. Off campus?  First log in to the library’s Ovid link or go through VPN so the system recognizes you as an affiliated user. 

3) Enter an Ovid Personal Account ID
If you don’t have a Personal Account, OvidToday will prompt you to create one and provide steps.

4) Start browsing favorite journals
You will have access to the most recent issues of the library’s Ovid-subscribed journal content; new issues are added automatically once available on Ovid.

More information…

Random from the Repository

Historic image: Rorschach Seminar at the University of Colorado Medical Center Campus. Group photograph taken during the Rorschach Seminar for Colorado Psychopathic Hospital staff, private psychiatrists, and Veterans Administration. 1946.

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Add your articles, lectures, reports, images, posters, presentation slides and more to Digital Collections of Colorado at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus!

Contact
heidi.zuniga@ucdenver.edu

Benefits:

  • Networking: Open the channels of communication in your field.
  • Visibility: Get online access to your own work and publications and that of your colleagues anytime, anywhere.
  • Open Access: Get unrestricted access to scholarly research and other resources in the repository.
  • Stability: Maintain your scholarly record with persistent urls in a platform designed to last.
  • Impact: Descriptive information about your deposited work will be indexed by Google and other search engines. Research suggests that open access to online articles may increase citation impact by 50-250%

Open Access Fund for Spring 2015: Now Closed

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UPDATE (March 16, 2015): Due to a high volume of applications, we are unable to accept any more applications at this time. Please check back on the library’s blog for information about future OA Fund programs.

Apply to the Open Access Fund for Student and Early-Career Author

March 11th to April 8th, 2015 or when funds are depleted.

Introduction

The Health Sciences Library is now accepting applications for its Open Access Fund for students and early career professionals. The award can be used to pay for the entire cost of the “author/article processing charge” (APC) for fully open access journals (see examples below). This policy for fully OA journals is new with the Spring round. For hybrid journals (see examples below), the award will pay up to $1000.

Open Access journals allow authors to distribute their intellectual property without any restrictions, and usually permit them to retain copyright ownership. Hybrid journals are not open access but allow authors to pay the APC in order to make their article openly accessible.  In contrast to the traditional journal model in which the author is restricted from distributing her work and the reader has to pay to access it (via subscriptions), in the OA model the author pays to publish his work and readers have no limitations to access it.

Despite costs to authors, there is growing evidence that many articles published as open access are more widely noticed and downloaded than articles published in subscription-based journals (see for example, Davis 2011).   For more information about the Open Access movement, please see the OA FAQs.

The HSL Open Access Fund or OAF is meant to encourage researchers who have little or no financial support to pay for any type of publication fee.  Generally speaking, these scholars tend to be students, residents, post-doctoral fellows, and early-career faculty; these individuals will receive priority therefore for an OAF award.

While the OAF can be used to pay the APC of an open access journal of the author’s choice, in order to avoid fraudulent journals, the library will restrict the range of acceptable journals to those that are known to be legitimate. They include most members of the Open Access Scholarly Publisher’s Association  or those known to comply with its Code of Conduct.  Examples of these publishers or journals are: Biomed Central, JMIR Publications,  PeerJ,  PLoS , and others.  All journals will be assessed by the OAF committee for legitimacy and for their requirements.  Ideally, journals should allow the authors to retain copyright to their articles and not merely permit their distribution within limits. 

Examples of publishers who offer fully OA journals:

Examples of publishers who publish either hybrid journals or both hybrid and fully OA journals:

Eligibility:

  • affiliated with AMC
  • early-career author (see Funding Priorities below)
  • publishing in a reputable OA journal
  • article is accepted (and APC has not been paid) or submitted]. NOTE: We cannot consider applications for articles that are still under preparation.
  • no other funding source except personal funds
  • substantive contribution to the article (see ICJME recommendations)

IF YOU ARE ELIGIBLE:

Funding Priorities are as follows:

  1. Students
  2. Residents, Fellows, Post-Doctoral Fellows, Junior Faculty (within 5 years of the start of his/her career)
  3. Other faculty

Rules:

  • The Health Sciences Library will award the entire cost per applicant of a fully open access journal’s author/article processing charge (APC). The award cannot be used to fund other fees such as “submission charges,” “review charges,” or “page charges.”
  • The maximum award per applicant for a hybrid journal is $1000 to be used only for the APC.  The award cannot be used to fund other fees such as “submission charges,” “review charges,” or “page charges.”
    • If the APC is less than $1000, the award amount will equal the APC amount – i.e. your award will also be less than $1000.
    • If the APC is more than $1000, the maximum award is $1000 and the author is responsible for paying the difference to the publisher.
      • Example: If the APC for a hybrid journal is $3,000, the library will pay $1,000 and the author is responsible for the remaining $2,000.
    • Payment details: Awards are paid once the library receives a copy of the publisher’s invoice. We cannot reimburse individuals and cannot issue checks.
    • Applications must be received by the specified date.
      • Applicants who meet all eligibility criteria will be considered on a first-come first-served basis within the application period.
      • Every application will be reviewed by the OAF committee for eligibility.
      • We cannot consider past recipients of the OAF for a new award.

Requirements for Applicants Who are Identified as Award Recipients:

  • Provide an invoice for the APC from the journal publisher
  • Upon publication, submit the article to the Health Sciences Library’s institutional repository, Digital Collections of Colorado with a signed Deposit Agreement (see link to the Agreement near the bottom).  Make sure you have the proper copyright permissions or you own copyright to your article.
  • Complete a short evaluation form which will be emailed later.

Get Started!

1. Check Eligibility (see above)
2. Check Rules (see above)
3. Apply right away: http://hslibrary.ucdenver.edu/open-access  We stop accepting applications on April 8th or earlier when funds are depleted.
4. Award recipients must comply with the Requirements (see above)

Questions?

Please contact: Lilian Hoffecker 303-724-2124 lilian.hoffecker@ucdenver.edu , or Heidi Zuniga 303-724-2134 Heidi.zuniga@ucdenver.edu, or Deirdre Adams-Buckley 303-724-2174 DEIRDRE.ADAMS-BUCKLEY@UCDENVER.EDU

Colorado PROFILES Now Featuring Altmetrics

The Colorado PROFILES database now includes altmetrics data (from Altmetric.com) with many faculty publications.  Altmetrics complement citation metrics and offer a view of research featured on social media, research collaboration sites, and news outlets, revealing that scholarly work reaches beyond a specialized and localized research community.  If a publication is associated with the colorful altmetric icon AltIconBigRectangle , click it and you can learn about the article’s tweets, mentions, blogging, downloads and more.

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Open Access Fund for Fall 2014 Now Open

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Apply to the Open Access Fund for Student and Early-Career Authors

October 6th to November 7th or when funds are depletedApply here

Introduction

The Health Sciences Library is now accepting applications for its Open Access Fund.  For students and early career professionals the award up to $1000 can be used to pay for the “author processing charge” (APC) that many open access journals require.   These journals allow authors to distribute their intellectual property without any restrictions, and usually permit them to retain copyright ownership.  In contrast to the traditional journal model in which the author is restricted from distributing her work and the reader has to pay to access it (via subscriptions), in the OA model the author pays to publish his work and readers have no limitations to access it.

Despite costs to authors, there is growing evidence that many articles published as open access are more widely noticed and downloaded than articles published in subscription-based journals (see for example, Davis 2011).   For more information about the Open Access movement, please see the OA FAQs.

The HSL Open Access Fund or OAF is meant to encourage researchers who have little or no financial support to pay for any type of publication fee.  Generally speaking, these scholars tend to be students, residents, post-doctoral fellows, and early-career faculty; these individuals will receive priority therefore for an OAF award.

While the OAF can be used to pay the APC of an open access journal of the author’s choice, in order to avoid fraudulent journals, the library will restrict the range of acceptable journals to those that are known to be legitimate. They include most members of the Open Access Scholarly Publisher’s Association  or those known to comply with its Code of Conduct.  Examples of these publishers or journals are: Biomed Central, JMIR Publications,  PeerJ,  PLoS , and others.  All journals will be assessed by the OAF committee for legitimacy and for their requirements.  Ideally, journals should allow the authors to retain copyright to their articles and not merely permit their distribution within limits. 

Eligibility:

  • affiliated with AMC
  • early-career author (see Funding Priorities below)
  • publishing in a reputable OA journal
  • article is accepted (and APC has not been paid) or submitted]. NOTE: We cannot consider applications for articles that are still under preparation.
  • no other funding source except personal funds
  • substantive contribution to the article

IF YOU ARE ELIGIBLE:

Funding Priorities are as follows:

  1. Students
  2. Residents, Fellows, Post-Doctoral Fellows, Junior Faculty (within 3 years of the start of his/her career)
  3. Other faculty

Rules:

  • The maximum award per application is $1000 to be used only for the author processing charge (APC).  The award cannot be used to fund other fees such as “submission charges,” “review charges,” or “page charges.”
    • If the APC is less than $1000, the award amount will equal the APC amount – i.e. your award will also be less than $1000
    • If the APC is more than $1000, the maximum award is $1000 and the author is responsible for paying the difference to the publisher.
    • Awards are paid once the library receives a copy of the publisher’s invoice.
    • Applications must be received by the specified date.
      • Applicants who meet all eligibility criteria will be considered on a first-come first-served basis within the application period.
      • Every application will be reviewed by the OAF committee for eligibility.
      • We cannot consider past recipients of the OAF for a new award.

Requirements for Applicants Who are Identified as Award Recipients:

  • Provide an invoice for the APC from the journal publisher
  • Upon publication, submit the article to the Health Sciences Library’s institutional repository, Digital Collections of Colorado with a signed Deposit Agreement (see link to the Agreement near the bottom).  Make sure you have the proper copyright permissions or you own copyright to your article.
  • Complete a short evaluation form which will be emailed later.

Get Started!

1. Check Eligibility (see above)
2. Check Rules (see above)
3. Apply right away: http://hslibrary.ucdenver.edu/open-access.  We stop accepting applications on November 7th or earlier when funds are depleted.
4. Award recipients must comply with the Requirements (see above)

Questions?

Please contact: Lilian Hoffecker 303-724-2124 lilian.hoffecker@ucdenver.edu , or Heidi Zuniga 303-724-2134 Heidi.zuniga@ucdenver.edu .

Spring 2014 Open Access Fund Award Articles: Making an Impact

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Articles by the recipients of the Spring 2014 Open Access Fund Award are making an impact. The articles are available in the library’s digital repository.  Check out the early altmetric data for the articles. Check back on this blog or the Open Access page soon for information on applying to the next OA Fund.

Spring 2014

D. Suzi Bryan, Monica Ransom, Biniam Adane, Kerri York, and Jay R. Hesselberth, High resolution mapping of modified DNA nucleobases using excision repair enzymes. Genome Research, Published in Advance July 11, 2014, doi:10.1101/gr.174052.114

Repository link


Adam L Kesner, Paul J Schleyer, Florian Büther, Martin A Walter, Klaus P Schäfers and Phillip J Koo, On transcending the impasse of respiratory motion correction applications in routine clinical imaging – a consideration of a fully automated data driven motion control frameworkEJNMMI Physics, 2014, 1:8. doi:10.1186/2197-7364-1-8

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Rorabaugh JM, Stratford JM, Zahniser NR, A relationship between reduced nucleus accumbens shell and enhanced lateral hypothalamic orexin neuronal activation in long-term fructose bingeing behavior. PLoS ONE, 2014, 9(4): e95019. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0095019

Repository link


Batliner et al.: Motivational interviewing with American Indian mothers to prevent early childhood caries: study design and methodology of a randomized control trial. Trials, 2014, 15:125. doi:10.1186/1745-6215-15-125

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Warren CJ, Griffin LM, Little AS, Huang I-C, Farzan M, et al. The antiviral restriction factors IFITM1, 2 and 3 do not inhibit infection of human papillomavirus, cytomegalovirus and adenovirus. PLoS ONE, 2014, 9(5): e96579. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0096579

Repository link


Goodell DJ, Eliseeva TA, Coultrap SJ, Bayer KU, CaMKII binding to GluN2B is differentially affected by macromolecular crowding reagents. PLoS ONE, 2014, 9(5): e96522. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0096522

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