Monday, December 29, 2008
N - More resources with open access
The Bahrain Medical Bulletin went open access from December 2008 and is published under a copyright that allows readers to reuse the articles provided they cite them correctly. In the open access Global Library of Women's Medicine (www.glowm.com), recently launched by the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists in London, more than 650 experts discuss the latest therapeutic options in women's medicine. And BioMed Central has unveiled new open access journals, PathoGenetics, to meet the needs of researchers investigating the mechanisms of genetic disease, and Epigenetics and Chromatin, to discuss heritable changes that involve stable modifications of chromatin, DNA, or protein conformation.