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4 Recommended Articles from PLOS Biology Senior Editor Roli Roberts

Our staff editors continue to share recent exciting, interesting, and thought-provoking PLOS Biology reads in this recommended articles series. This week, Senior Editor Roli Roberts shares 4 picks for the PLOS Biology community.

Quantifying and contextualizing the impact of bioRxiv preprints through automated social media audience segmentation

From the Abstract:

“These results present unique opportunities for improving and contextualizing the public discourse surrounding scientific research (…)”

Millipede genomes reveal unique adaptations during myriapod evolution

From the Abstract:

“Collectively, our analyses of millipede genomes reveal that a series of unique adaptations have occurred in this major lineage of arthropod diversity (…)

Aequorea’s secrets revealed: New fluorescent proteins with unique properties for bioimaging and biosensing

From the Abstract:

“Because of the unique attributes of several of these newly discovered FPs, we expect that Aequorea will, once again, give rise to an entirely new generation of useful probes for bioimaging and biosensing (…)

Patterns of smallpox mortality in London, England, over three centuries

From the Abstract:

“Mortality from smallpox in London, England was carefully documented, weekly, for nearly 300 years, providing a rare and valuable source for the study of ecology and evolution of infectious disease (…)

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