Register for your "Who Is Publishing in My Domain" journal 
Please fill out the following form, and submit it. NOTE: You can edit the items that are auto-filled for you.


 Your info
Q1. First name
        Last name
Q2. Email address
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Q3. Specialty
You can use multiple words to describe your specialty, subspecialty, job title, or profession.
Q4. Would you like to add a password to your account to make the account more secure?
If yes then enter it here; otherwise leave it blank.
NOTE: the password will be transmitted in clear text. So do not use (reuse) a password that is very important to you.


 Define the scientific domain of your journal
Answer at least one of the following two questions (Publications, and Keywords).
Read more on how to define the scientific domain of the journal.
Q5. Publications: Help us to locate the article that will define the scientific domain of the report.
You can either enter the ID of the article (the PMID):
Or enter last names of the authors and words from the title of the article:
Q6. Keywords: You can enter keywords to further specify the scientific domain:
Learn how to locate the optimal keywords.







The following is an optional section. Optimal values have been filled in for you already. If you would like, you can modify the values. Otherwise you can skip this section and leave it as it is.


 Customize the journal to your preferences
Q7. Send me the journal for: every week(s).
Read more about journal frequency
Read more about account with multiple reports
Q8. Choose and customize the lists to include in the journal.
Read more about semantic types
1. Top articles, since the publication of the specified article; Read more
Display article titles from the past months in orange.
Display article titles from the past months in green.
2. Top articles, in the past months;
Example: enter "24" months if you want the top articles in the past 2 years (2 * 12 = 24).
3. Articles citing the publication of your choice; Read more



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