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Frontiers publishes the most-cited journals in their fields.
Frontiers publishes the most-cited journals in their fields.

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Our eBooks published in November: https://goo.gl/9MxQdr #OpenAccess
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No more deer in the headlight - A study of a US highway finds that large mammals do use wildlife crossing structures
Read more: http://fron.tiers.in/go/8S3nVc
Original research article: http://fron.tiers.in/go/dsVKX8
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Opinion article investigates the emergence of stable cortical map for neuroprosthetic control

Original Research Article: http://fron.tiers.in/go/ZBKNHH
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Study reviews the current state of investigating music-evoked emotions experimentally, theoretically and with respect to their therapeutic potentials

Read more: http://fron.tiers.in/go/wWrUzb
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A telemedicine intervention designed to decrease logistical burden on participants was not more successful in reducing excessive weight gain during pregnancy as compared to TAU

Read more: http://fron.tiers.in/go/WrazdX
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Digital open science: solving the societal and sustainability challenges of the 21st century #OpenAccess https://youtu.be/pFhhrsvUQIQ
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Researchers find infectious prions in Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease patient skin #Neurology

Read more: http://fron.tiers.in/go/vNDKqc
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Health risks associated with energy drinks can outweigh short-term benefits

Read more: http://fron.tiers.in/go/psD1T8
Original research article: http://fron.tiers.in/go/15gBS2


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Carbohydrate-restriction with high-intensity interval training: An optimal combination for treating metabolic diseases?

Original research article: http://fron.tiers.in/go/WoUazM
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Paraplegic rats show significantly improved mobility, sensory perception and spinal cord healing after stem cell treatment

Read more: http://fron.tiers.in/go/CJmR1L

Original research article: http://fron.tiers.in/go/bFVeVM


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