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2018 Editors' commentary.

Introduction by the Guest Editors: Bevacizumab.

Conflicts of interest policies for authors, peer reviewers, and editors of bioethics journals.

In biomedical research, there have been numerous scandals highlighting conflicts of interest (COIs) leading to significant bias in judgment and questionable practices. Academic institutions, journals, and funding agencies have developed and enforced policies to mitigate issues related to COI, especially surrounding financial interests. After a case of editorial COI in a prominent bioethics journal, there is concern that the same level of oversight regarding COIs in the biomedical sciences may not apply to t...

Analytical "bake-off" of whole genome sequencing quality for the Genome Russia project using a small cohort for autoimmune hepatitis.

A comparative analysis of whole genome sequencing (WGS) and genotype calling was initiated for ten human genome samples sequenced by St. Petersburg State University Peterhof Sequencing Center and by three commercial sequencing centers outside of Russia. The sequence quality, efficiency of DNA variant and genotype calling were compared with each other and with DNA microarrays for each of ten study subjects. We assessed calling of SNPs, indels, copy number variation, and the speed of WGS throughput promised. ...

Qualitative Exploration of the Feasibility and Acceptability of Workplace-based Microgrants to Improve Physical Activity: The 10,000 Steps Pedometer Microgrant Scheme.

Despite the benefits associated with workplace health programs, many organisations are unable to offer them due to financial constraints. To address this barrier, the existing 10,000 Steps program trialled the 10,000 Steps Pedometer Microgrant Scheme. This study assessed the feasibility and acceptability of the Microgrant Scheme.

From the Editors' Desk: Truth Rules, or the Upside of Bureaucracy.

Editors' Note: Paper Selected for the Mitchell B. Balter Award 2017.

A Constant Learning Process: How Our Work Impacts Editors, Readers, Clinicians, and Scientists.

Emergency Manual Implementation in a Large Academic Anesthesia Practice: Strategy and Improvement in Performance on Critical Steps.

The use of cognitive aids, such as emergency manuals (EMs), improves team performance on critical steps during crisis events. In our large academic anesthesia practice, we sought to broadly implement an EM and subsequently evaluate team member performance on critical steps.

Highly efficient RNA-guided base editing in rabbit.

Cytidine base editors (CBEs) and adenine base editors (ABEs), composed of a cytidine deaminase or an evolved adenine deaminase fused to Cas9 nickase, enable the conversion of C·G to T·A or A·T to G·C base pair in organisms, respectively. Here, we show that BE3 and ABE7.10 systems can achieve a targeted mutation efficiency of 53-88% and 44-100%, respectively, in both blastocysts and Founder (F0) rabbits. Meanwhile, this strategy can be used to precisely mimic human pathologies by efficiently inducing non...

From the Editors: A Guide for Peer Review in the Field of Exercise Science.

Since its inception, the mission of the International Journal of Exercise Science (IJES) has been to engage student researchers, to provide an outlet for peer-review and possible publication of their work, and to grant an opportunity for them to gain experience as peer-reviewers. The Editors of IJES take pride in providing these opportunities for student involvement, and we are constantly seeking new and innovative ways to enhance students' professional development. As our readership has expanded across the...

Correction to : Hip osteonecrosis: stem cells for life or behead and arthroplasty?

There is an error in the original publication for the photos of the Guest Editors were not included.

Spotlights are papers selected by editors published in peer-reviewed journals that may be more regionally specific or appearing in languages other than English.

Spotlights are papers selected by editors published in peer-reviewed journals that may be more regionally specific or appearing in languages other than English.

Correction: Effects of traffic noise on the calling behavior of two Neotropical hylid frogs.

[This corrects the article DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0183342.].

A practical guide for DNase-seq data analysis: from data management to common applications.

Deoxyribonuclease I (DNase I)-hypersensitive site sequencing (DNase-seq) has been widely used to determine chromatin accessibility and its underlying regulatory lexicon. However, exploring DNase-seq data requires sophisticated downstream bioinformatics analyses. In this study, we first review computational methods for all of the major steps in DNase-seq data analysis, including experimental design, quality control, read alignment, peak calling, annotation of cis-regulatory elements, genomic footprinting and...

Retractions in nursing literature: Responsibilities of nurse authors, reviewers, and editors.

Who needs editors? The epidemiology of publications in the IJE.

Comments on Nazish Masud et al (J Pak Med Assoc. 68: 502, 2018) Over enthusiastic young student researchers; implications for the supervisors: letter to the editors.

Control of Confounding and Reporting of Results in Causal Inference Studies: Guidance for Authors from Editors of Respiratory, Sleep, and Critical Care Journals.

Response to Comments on Nazish Masud et al (J Pak Med Assoc. 68: 502, 2018) Over enthusiastic young student researchers; implications for the supervisors: letter to the editors.

Joint Statement by the Surgery Journal Editors Group.

Meet the Editors: A career in Mass Spectrometry: David R. Goodlett.

Joint Statement by the Surgery Journal Editors Group.

Joint Statement by the Surgery Journal Editors Group: Adopted by Surgical Infections.

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