Tag Archive: PLOS


Viva Collaboration! A new paper in a PLOS journal – and epic responses to reviewers

I am excited to say our new paper on Chagas Disease┬ájust published in PLOS Neglected Tropical Diseases. This was a relatively painless process compared to previous PLOS experiences. We submitted March 31, had reviews back by May 8th and the paper was finally accepted June 5th after some back and forth. We did have some …

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My experiences reviewing at PLOS

While I am a supporter and proponent of open accessing publishing, I have in the past been fairly critical of some of these journals, in particular PLOS. Even though I still publish in their journals I have held off from PLOS ONE in favor of F1000Research who I feel have a better publishing – reviewing …

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Predicting Targets for TB Phenotypic Screening Hits and Openess of data and models

So far the only readily accessible, free approach to predicting TB targets is TB Mobile developed for iOS and Android with Alex Clark. While relatively crude the app does allow look up and similarity searching of 745 compounds with known targets so it may help propose possible targets for a new compound. Obviously there are …

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