We decided to send it to Nucleic Acids Research, because this journal has a strong reputation and is read by everyone who works on CRP.
For us, getting a manuscript to the submission stage is the limiting step. We have lots of results that haven't made it across this hurdle.
Here's my first within-blog link: PDF of the CRP-S manuscript. I hope it works.
And I'll also try to put a semi-permanent link to this manuscript in the sidebar. "Semi-permanent" because I hope we'll soon be able to replace it with a link to the published version.
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