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BioMed Central (BMC) is a UK-based scientific publisher specializing in open access publication. BMC publishes over 100 scientific journals, including Arthritis Research & Therapy, Breast Cancer Research, Critical Care, Genome Biology, Journal of Biology, Journal of Negative Results in BioMedicine, Malaria Journal, Molecular Cancer and the BMC journal series.

Whilst all research published by BioMed Central is open access, the publisher also offers subscription-only services such as Faculty of 1000 (a current awareness service highlighting the most interesting biological research) and Images.MD (a medical image database).

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