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June 15, 2018

Publish with PLOS ONE

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PLOS Antimicrobial Resistance Channel Launches at World Health Assembly

Read about the launch and the panel discussion with five Channel Editors

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06/01/2018

CHANNELS

Ebola Channel

This new Channel provides a centralised hub for the latest research and updates on the 2018 Ebola virus outbreak in the Democratic Republic of Congo. PLOS believes these responses are urgently needed during serious and rapidly developing threats to public health. PLOS staff editors will work with authors and our editorial boards with the aim of providing rapid review and facilitating the responsible dissemination of preprints,

Ebola Channel

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06/01/2018

COLLECTIONS

Non-Communicable Diseases and Maternal Health Around the Globe

This collection, the fifth in a partnership between the Maternal Health Task Force (MHTF) and PLOS, aims to draw attention to issues surrounding non-communicable diseases, with a particular focus on risk factors and implications for reproductive or maternal health.

Non-Communicable Diseases and Maternal Health Around the Globe

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06/08/2018

EveryONE BLog

From Penguins to Frogs: The new frontier of wildlife microbiomes

With recent technological advances in DNA sequencing, investigating microbiomes from all areas of life has become possible, as PLOS ONE Publication Assistant Maija Mallula finds out.

From Penguins to Frogs: The new frontier of wildlife microbiomes

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