BlogMix: from Fragile X to PubMed
After a successful gynecology exam (the next one is radiology), here are the best blogposts I’ve read this week. This is the fifth edition of BlogMix where I try to show you the best of the medical-scientific blogosphere of the week. This time, I share some new blogs and sites with you as well.
- Symptoms of Fragile X Reversed in Mice (Autism Vox)
A way to “reverse symptoms of mental retardation and autism in mice” has been discovered by scientists… But is “autism” in mice the same as it is in humans? What is “purposelessness” or an “attention deficit” in mice?
- Nature Precedings (A Blog Around the Clock)
A few days ago, Nature launched its newest Web 2.0 baby, the Nature Precedings.
- Six alternatives to PubMed for searching scientific content (Bioinformatics Zen)
However the are other options besides PubMed, here are six other options you might not have heard of, worth a look perhaps?
- Screencasting for the life scientist (Business|bytes|genes|molecules)
- The videos and screencasts of Life Science (My Biotech Life)
Youtube, JoVe, DNAtube, Bioscreencast…
- How does Wikipedia affect experts? (Ragesoss 2.02)
… one of the key ways to avoid some of the dangers of cyberspace is to create and participate in online communities that are focused on the real world.
Here are some valuable blogs I’ve recently found:
- Finance Physician
- Spine-Health.com : Weighing in on news and current events related to back pain and chronic pain.
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See you next Friday!