Recently the article “The Effect of Manuka Honey on dHL-60 Cytokine, Chemokine, and Matrix-Degrading Enzyme Release under Inflammatory Conditions” published by Minden-Birkenmaier et al. was awarded an open data badge by Med One editorial office. This is to recognize their contribution to open science by sharing all raw data generated from their study.
Open Data Badge is one of the three badges designed by Center for Open Science to provide incentives for individual researchers to share data, materials, or their research process. For more information on these badges, please visit https://osf.io/tvyxz/wiki/home/
Med One is committed to open science and will continue recognizing open practices in publications by awarding open science badges. Authors who have followed the criteria listed here can apply to editorial office for these badges. The editorial office will also evaluate the publications on acceptance and award the suitable ones.
About Med One
Med One (ISSN: 2397-9119) is an international, peer-reviewed, open-access and multidisciplinary biomedical journal published bimonthly by Hapres Ltd, London, UK. The goal of the journal is to publish high quality papers and promote advances in a broad range of clinical, translational and basic biomedical researches. To achieve this goal, we publish original research articles, review papers, protocols, datasets, clinical trials, case reports, negative reports, perspectives, commentaries, video articles, and editorials in biomedicine that are interesting to doctors, scientists, academics, or the public worldwide.
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