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PLOSPerangkat Lunak Open Source (Indonesian: Open Source Software)
PLOSParent Looking Over Shoulder
PLOSPrimary Logistics Oriented School
PLOSProgramming Languages and Operating Systems (workshop)
PLOSProposed Level of Service
PLoSPublic Library of Science
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For the PLOS Genetics paper, the researchers focused on the seven genetic mutations involved in losing UV vision and achieving the current function of a blue-sensitive pigment.
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The journals with the largest share of miRNA array articles were PLoS
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Biopharmaceutical company GenVec Inc (NASDAQ:GNVC) reported on Friday the online publication of a research paper on its new improved vaccine vectors in PloS ONE, which can be accessed at http://dx.
15 February 2012 - The chief executive of Slovenia's second-largest lender Nova Kreditna Banka Maribor (Nova KBM) Andrej Plos has handed his resignation without explaining the reasons for the move, the bank said in a statement on Wednesday.
In the study, published the first week of October in PLoS Medicine, researchers developed a consensus-based research agenda to strengthen mental health and psychosocial support in humanitarian settings with input from 82 experts (including academics, policymakers, and practitioners) representing regions where humanitarian crises occur.
A study published online May 11,2011 in the journal PLoS One found that older adults with musical training have greater auditory memory skills and can better distinguish speech in noisy environments.
PLoS had expenses in excess of revenue in 2009, with operating margins of - 5.
The organization's finances are highly dependent on the papers published in its online journal PLoS ONE, which reviews articles for technical soundness but does not make judgments about their importance.
Women who are 70 years old are at seven times greater risk of a hip fracture than women who are 50, according to findings published in the November 10, 2009 issue of PLoS Medicine.