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The American Academy of Neurology's new medical journal, Neurology: Clinical Practice debuted in December, published by Wolters Kluwer Health's Lippincott Williams & Wilkins (LWW) imprint. The publication will be available in print, online and on the iPad.

Elsevier and the Federation of Biochemical Societies (FEBS) announced launch of FEBS Open Bio, an open-access journal dedicated to publishing articles across the molecular and cellular life sciences.  

Nature Publishing Group (NPG) announced a partnership with Antibodypedia, an online searchable database which links publicly available antibodies with data demonstrating their efficacy and published studies in which they have been used.

The Female Patient named John Hawes to the position of editor. Hawes had been director of strategic communications in the publications division of Pacific Communications.

Wolters Kluwer Health said it acquired Medknow Pvt Ltd, a Mumbai-based publisher of medical, scientific and technical journals. Medknow's stable of 155 journals beefs up Wolters Kluwer's presence in emerging markets.
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