BioMed Central in China

BioMed Central是全球领先的开放获取出版社。BioMed Central中国站致力于提供由中国科研人员撰写或共同撰写的最新优秀论文,介绍来自中国的重要作者和编委,并发布BioMed Central在中国的最新动态和活动。我们将对中国站的内容进行持续更新。


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    What factors drive TB decline in China?

    The burden of tuberculosis (TB) in China can be reduced by limiting disease reactivation, particularly through large scale measures in the elderly, indicating additional preventive therapy would allow China to further reduce TB incidence and mortality. 

    BMC Medicine 2015, 13:88
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    Stem cell therapy effective for alopecia

    Stem cell educator therapy, a treatment involving interactions between stem cells and a patient’s own blood cells, stimulates hair growth in alopecia areata (AA) patients, suggesting this novel treatment strategy could be beneficial for AA.

    BMC Medicine 2015, 13:87
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    Own name response linked to VS prognosis

    In vegetative state (VS) patients, brain activity in response to a patient’s own name being spoken in a familiar voice is associated with outcome, especially in those with traumatic injury, suggesting this response could help to predict prognosis.

    BMC Medicine 2015, 13:83
  • miRNAs in enterovirus 71-infected cells

    Microarray analysis revealed the distinct expression pattern of miRNAs in enterovirus 71-infected human cells, enhancing our knowledge on the roles of miRNAs in enterovirus 71 infection and pathogenesis. 

    Virology Journal 2015, 12:56
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    EGDT not linked to sepsis survival benefit

    In a meta-analysis, early goal-directed therapy (EGDT) for septic shock is not associated with survival benefit, and is linked to higher mortality rates than early lactate clearance, highlighting the need for further trials comparing these therapies.

    BMC Medicine 2015, 13:71


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BioMed Central Open Access Day开放获取日成功举行

BioMed Central Open Access Day1021日在上海举行。本次活动旨在为科研人员和期刊编辑建立开放的交流平台,帮助科研人员更加高效、广泛地传播科研成果。点击这里了解详情。

Infectious Diseases of Poverty被汤森路透(Thomson Reuters, ISI)收录

在期刊Infectious Diseases of Poverty (IDP)创刊两周年之际,该刊已被汤森路透(Thomson Reuters,ISI)列为影响因子追踪期刊,并将在明年获得第一个影响因子。自创刊至今,IDP已发表文章84篇,文章访问总量超过240 000次。

Chinese Medicine获得第一个影响因子2.343

在最新发布的2013年度期刊引证报告(Journal Citation Reports)中, Chinese Medicine获得了第一个影响因子2.343,在22本整合与补充医学类期刊中位居第4Chinese Medicine国际中医学会(澳门)的官方期刊,由澳门基金会与澳门大学主办。

热烈庆祝中国医学科学院加入BioMed Central机构会员

中国医学科学院现已加入BioMed Central机构会员。今后,中国医学科学院及其附属医院、机构的科研人员在BioMed CentralSpringerOpen400多种开放获取期刊上发表文章均享受文章出版费优惠。

热烈庆祝复旦大学成为BioMed Central机构会员

复旦大学近期加入BioMed Central机构会员计划,今后来自复旦大学的作者在BioMed Central、Chemistry Central以及SpringerOpen共近400种开放获取期刊中发表文章,均可享受文章处理费优惠。


开放获取期刊Cell Regeneration本周出版的研究文章显示,由尿液中获得的干细胞可以用于齿状结构的形成。此项技术未来有可能帮助研究者们为牙病患者种植新的、量身定做的牙齿,点击这里了解更多详情



Translational Neurodegeneration主编,上海交通大学医学院,瑞金医院。


Journal of Animal Science and Biotechnology主编,中国农业大学


Cell Regeneration主编,中国科学院广州生物医药与健康研究院


Infectious Diseases of Poverty主编,中国疾病预防控制中心寄生虫病预防控制所,个人专访







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