Deposit of microbial strains in public service collections as part of the publication process to underpin good practice in science

@inproceedings{Stackebrandt2014DepositOM,
  title={Deposit of microbial strains in public service collections as part of the publication process to underpin good practice in science},
  author={Erko Stackebrandt and David Smith and Serge Casar{\'e}gola and Giovanna Cristina Varese and Gerard Verkleij and Nelson Lima and Paul D. Bridge},
  booktitle={SpringerPlus},
  year={2014}
}
Despite recommendations to release microbial resources to the community post-publication, the reality is far from satisfying. A workshop discussed the need for a coordinated and effective deposition policy for 'key' microbial strains and proposes a set of criteria to facilitate their deposition into public service collections. The majority of authors either contacted directly or during submission of manuscripts to several international, mainly European bacteriology journals agreed to this set… CONTINUE READING
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