Top 3 Behind the Papers from February

Our three most read Behind the Paper posts published in February

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We published 29 Behind the Papers in February - it's like we knew it was a Leap Year! Here's our three most viewed posts: 

1. Krishnendu Mukherjee on finding an antimicrobial peptide (from an insect) that disrupts E.coli biofilms.

2. A method to rapidly screen SARS-like coronaviruses for cell entry requirements by Michael Letko.  

3. And Jon Iredell's post on testing the saftey of phage therapy for treating severe sepsis

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Ruth Milne

Community Manager, Springer Nature

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