PLOS Pathogens Year in Review
2022 was a continued year of growth for PLOS Pathogens. We continued to publish noteworthy studies in pathogenic research, updated our journal scope, and created a brand new data sharing option for PLOS Pathogens authors. Discover journal updates, research highlights, and more.
Countries represented by submitting authors*
* Data sourced from Web of Science, as of December, 2022
** Mentions; Across web, social media, and news outlets worldwide. Data sourced from Altmetrics
This year, we continued to receive and publish the latest research on pathogenic organisms. Read noteworthy research published in 2022:
- One Health: A new definition for a sustainable and healthy future
- Human NAIP/NLRC4 and NLRP3 inflammasomes detect Salmonella type III secretion system activities to restrict intracellular bacterial replication
- High-resolution structures of malaria parasite actomyosin and actin filaments
- Clofoctol inhibits SARS-CoV-2 replication and reduces lung pathology in mice
In 2022, PLOS Pathogens articles were referenced over 19,356 times by media outlets around the world. Explore articles that made the news:
PLOS Pathogens is excited to introduce a new technology solution that makes depositing data simpler and more accessible for our authors.
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