Each quarter, we’re sharing a fully interactive report from Altmetric Explorer to showcase the top 10 trending articles from across our publications, as ranked by Altmetric Attention Score.
Altmetric compiles metrics and qualitative data to complement traditional, citation-based metrics. Sourced from across the web, altmetrics indicate how often articles are discussed and used around the world.
Our journals integrate Altmetric data, so publishing with us enables authors to see first-hand the attention their work is gaining from across the community. Captured in the form of the Altmetric donut, Attention Scores indicate citations on Wikipedia, mainstream media coverage, mentions on social networks, discussions on research blogs, and many other online sources.
Showcasing top trending articles from the past three months (January–March 2023), this edition includes work on mass spectrometry, Parkinson’s disease, mechanobiology and mechanotherapeutics, cell death, and Alzheimer’s disease.
Top 10 trending articles
- A beginner’s guide to evidencing your teaching practice
- By what molecular mechanisms do social determinants impact cardiometabolic risk?
- From tensegrity to human organs-on-chips: implications for mechanobiology and mechanotherapeutics
- Protective mechanisms by glial cell line-derived neurotrophic factor and cerebral dopamine neurotrophic factor against the α-synuclein accumulation in Parkinson's disease
- Cross-linking mass spectrometry for mapping protein complex topologies in situ
- Inflammatory cell death: how macrophages sense neighbouring cell infection and damage
- One genome, multiple phenotypes: decoding the evolution and mechanisms of environmentally induced developmental plasticity in insects
- cGAS–STING signalling in cancer: striking a balance with chromosomal instability
- Mitochondrial dynamics in macrophages: divide to conquer or unite to survive?
- Astrocyte adaptation in Alzheimer’s disease: a focus on astrocytic P2X7R
Please note the information above captures articles published within the designated time period and is correct at the time of publishing; however, the full report captures live data and is therefore subject to change as articles continue to be discussed and gain attention online.
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