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PLOS wants to publish your clinical trials research!

PLOS Hubs collect together research from across many open-access journals, and do not accept submissions directly. You should continue to submit your work to PLOS journal that best suits your needs. If you submit your clinical trials article to PLOS ONE it will automatically appear, upon publication, in PLOS Hub for Clinical Trials. If you submit your work to another PLOS journal a link to the paper will be provided on PLOS Hub homepage, and the article will be fully incorporated into PLOS Hub in the coming months.

All PLOS journals are open-access, so whichever journal you choose, anyone interested in your work will be able to find it, read it, print it, distribute it, and build on it.

Which journal is right for your clinical trials research?

PLOS ONE is a rapid, efficient, and economical system for the publication of peer-reviewed research in all areas of science and medicine. It provides a unique forum for community dialogue using the full potential of the Web to accelerate scientific progress.

PLOS Medicine is an international, multidisciplinary medical journal publishing outstanding studies that substantially enhance the understanding of human health and disease. PLOS Medicine aims to promote translation of basic research into clinical investigation, and of clinical evidence into practice. PLOS Medicine encourages papers that cross disciplines.

PLOS Neglected Tropical Diseases is an open access journal devoted to the pathology, epidemiology, prevention, treatment, and control of the neglected tropical diseases (NTDs), as well as public policy relevant to this group of diseases. The NTDs are defined as a group of poverty-promoting chronic infectious diseases, which primarily occur in rural areas and poor urban areas of low-income and middle-income countries.

PLOS Pathogens. From molecules to physiology, PLOS Pathogens publishes important new ideas on bacteria, fungi, parasites, prions, and viruses that contribute to our understanding of the biology of pathogens and pathogen-host interactions.