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Review & comment
Against the background of relentlessly spreading infection and a receding prospect of an end to the epidemic, Thomas Hoenen and Heinz Feldmann argue the case for (and against) the use of experimental therapies and vaccines
Arthur Lander paints a picture of a model modeller, mild and gentle in demeanor, adamantine in logic, and impeccably clear and simple in exposition.
Chang and Huang explore how and why the rod shape taken by many in bacterial, fungal and plant cells confers evolutionary advantages in terms of fitness, motility and division.
Commenting on recent research in BMC Biology, Gabriela Sánchez-Andrade and Darren Logan explain how engineering gene expression in the vomeronasal organ of mice is providing insights into how socio-sexual behavior can be governed through the nose.
Latest articles from BMC Biology
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BMC Medicine 2014, 12:165 (26 September 2014)
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Journal of Biology
BMC Biology assimilated the philosophy and distinguished Editorial Board and history of its sister journal Journal of Biology on fusion of the two journals in 2010. The full archive of Journal of Biology is available from its own archive website, and the objectives and aspirations of the combined journal are explained in the editorial that accompanied the fusion.