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      I publish on my blog every week or so, a new post on research on neurodegenerative diseases, with a focus on ALS.

      To find interesting publications I coded my own tool, that interrogates a number of RSS feeds and report their content in a convenient way.

      However, I quickly found some limitations. For example, there are more news reviews than articles about  experiments. Reviews are helpful, but most seem to be quick copy and paste jobs.

      And there are more publications on low-cost in vitro experiments that you can do in your own kitchen, than there are publications dealing with animal models or people and involving a significant amount of resources.

      So overall, half of the new publications don’t meet my criteria. I decided to make another version of my little tool that would only select meaningful works. I would appreciate any comment or suggestion!


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