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Old 10-02-2014, 05:47 AM   #3
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Thanks for answering so quickly.
We aren't targeting the same journals at the moment. Even if we were, the odds of getting all papers in their first choice journal is not great. (Sadly I do not have enough clout for headline grabbing sister papers).
I think contacting the editor(s) in advance is not a bad idea. Our probable strategy will be to put the various groups into the short read archives as separate entities, and have each paper refer to the relevant ones. The sequence itself was generated in a short space of time with not much effort (I'm doing my clinical and lab based collaborators a slight disservice). It is the intellectual effort to analyse it that is most citable. Since each paper will have broadly different analyses, then hopefully they will be considered distinct enough.
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