Tag Archives: Mendeley

Tinkering with Paperpile

In a previous post I wrote about how Google Docs (and the Research plugin) can be used for writing journal articles.  There were two shortcomings to this approach: Google Docs doesn’t support end notes (only footnotes) The Research plugin supports … Continue reading

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Latest Pancreatic Genomics Papers

In this weeks batch of papers, we have some interesting clinical trials results concerning the Ras inhibitor Salirasib and the Hedgehog inhibitor Vismodegib.  From the world of biologics, we have news of a CD40 antibody used in conjunction with gemcitabine. If … Continue reading

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Pancreatic Cancer Genomics Links

Here’s this weeks crop of papers on the Pancreatic Cancer Genomics Group on Mendeley: The expression and functions of microRNAs in pancreatic adenocarcinoma and hepatocellular carcinoma. Angiotensin II type 2 receptor blockade inhibits fatty acid synthase production through activation of … Continue reading

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Pancreatic Cancer Genomics Group

In previous blog postings, I’ve mentioned the fact that I’m a fan of the Mendeley website.  It’s a great tool to let scientists share papers that are considered significant to a particular area of study.  In my case, I’m interested … Continue reading

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Social Media for Scientists: It’s All About Sharing

I’ve blogged before about how scientists can use social media like Mendeley, Twitter and Google Reader to share information.  Since social media is all about sharing, how can we make the act of sharing information easier?  Recently, a colleague of … Continue reading

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The Road To Mendeley

I’m sure Kipling will forgive me for hacking the title of his poem, but I’ve been having a lot of fun recently with Mendeley as part of my ongoing “Free Software for Scientists” blog series.  Although Mendeley is not completely … Continue reading

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