launches first paper

's first peer reviewed and accepted paper is published this week.

By | July 20, 2000

BioMed Central's first peer reviewed and accepted paper is published this week. The authors, Claire Gaillard and François Strauss of the Institut Jacques Monod in Paris, said "We have been enthusiastic about this new initiative since the start and are delighted our paper will be the first to appear on BioMed Central."

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