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1.  For further information, a full draft of the journal paper or contact with one of the researchers, contact IOP Press Officer, Michael Bishop:
Tel: +44 (0) 1179 301032
E-mail: michael.bishop@iop.org

IOP Publishing Journalist Area

2. The IOP Publishing Journalist Area (http://journalists.iop.org/journalistLogin) gives journalists access to embargoed press releases, advanced copies of papers, supplementary images and videos. In addition to this, a weekly news digest is uploaded into the Journalist Area every Friday, highlighting a selection of newsworthy papers set to be published in the following week.

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To apply for a free subscription to this service, please email Michael Bishop, IOP Press Officer, michael.bishop@iop.org, with your name, organisation, address and a preferred username.

A prototype portable breath acetone analyzer for monitoring fat loss

3. The published version of the paper “A prototype portable breath acetone analyzer for monitoring fat loss” (J. Breath Res. 7 036005) will be freely available online from Thursday 25 July. It will be available at http://iopscience.iop.org/1752-7163/7/3/036005

Journal of Breath Research

4. This journal is dedicated to all aspects of breath science, with the major focus on analysis of exhaled breath in physiology and medicine, and the diagnosis and treatment of breath odours.

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