PLOS ONE aims to publish all valid research. This study was conducted by Constantinos Siettos from the Universita degli Studi di Napoli Federico II, Italy and colleagues. Today PLOS ONE added to its collection of COVID-19 papers since we started fast-tracking submissions on January 31 st.. Two linked peer reviewed publications–a protocol and a full research article–each with its own unique DOI. The related content tab reveals media coverage and recommended datasets, filesets or figures from related PLOS articles, all in one place. Authors submit a Registered Report Protocol describing the rationale, methodology and any approvals needed for the work. The olive tree (Olea europaea L.) is the most important oil-producing crop of the Mediterranean basin. PLOS gives you more control over how and when your work becomes available. But the Registered Reports format goes one step further and explicitly provides a framework for an outcome-neutral assessment and promise to publish verified, negative results right from the outset.
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Today, we’re happy to report that PLOS ONE published its first COVID-19 paper since we started fast-tracking submissions on January 31 st. Science leaders have recently requested that the publishing community make their content open and re-usable.