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Development and Journal of Cell Science expand collaboration with Review Commons: A new trial to support efficient peer review

8th April 2024

Development and Journal of Cell Science, both published by The Company of Biologists, are expanding their collaboration with Review Commons in a six-month pilot. Editors of the two journals will participate in coordinating the peer review of initial submissions to the preprint peer review platform in the fields of developmental and cell biology.

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