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Following a call from the UK House of Commons Science and Technology Committee for evidence on reproducibility and research integrity, and the roles different institutions play in this, we partnered with the UK Reproducibility Network to provide a platform to share feedback on the topic with the wider scientific community. 
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keletal preparations of wt (a), homozygous Dll1GFPHAstopSF (b) and Dll1SF d15.5 fetuses. © Fig. 2CActivity of the mouse Notch ligand DLL1 is sensitive to C-terminal tagging in vivo
To visualise DLL1 in tissues, for sorting and enrichment of DLL1-expressing cells, and to efficiently purify DLL1 protein complexes Schuster-Gossler et al tagged DLL1 in mice with AcGFPHA or Strep/FLAG.

Sydney,Australia: An indigenous dancer waits his turn in a competition during the Homeground festival © © PomInOzAn exploration of the sociodemographic and health conditions associated with self-rated wellbeing for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander adults
Gall et al conducted exploratory analyses to ascertain factors associated with self-rated wellbeing for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander adults.

big fish eats medium sized fish eats little fish © © samarttiwA meta-collection of nitrogen stable isotope data measured in Arctic marine organisms from the Canadian Beaufort Sea, 1983–2013
A total of 1077 entries from the Arctic food web are described in this Data Note by Ehrman et al, from top marine mammal predators to primary producers.

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BMC Series Focus Issues

October: Focus on Stem Cells

With Stem Cell Awareness day on the 13th October this year we have compiled an article collection from across different BMC Series journals covering aspects of basic stem cell biology; in vitro differentiation studies; stem-cell based therapy studies for various conditions in animal models; technical advancements and ethical issues. 

September: Patient and public involvement in research

In recognition of World Patient Safety Awareness day on 17th September, the BMC Series presents a focus issue on Patient and Public Involvement (PPI) in research.  We have collated free-to-read content from across our journals - showcasing patient perspectives, research into the study of PPI, and engaging public partners as co-authors in research.

Aims and scope

BMC Research Notes is an open access journal publishing peer-reviewed contributions from across all scientific and clinical disciplines, including intriguing initial observations, updates to previous work and established methods, valid negative results, and scientific data sets and descriptions. We are committed to making it easier to find, cite and share your short reports by providing an inclusive forum for valuable data and research observations.

Editor's choice collection: qPCR - Applications and methodologies

This retrospective collection edited by Dr. Diego A. Forero, MD, PhD (Fundación Universitaria del Área Andina, Colombia) showcases advances to the methodology and application of quantitative polymerase chain reactions (qPCRs), which are being used by researchers and healthcare providers around the world. 

Please explore selected articles on the topic published in BMC Research Notes. 

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