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Extreme Physiology & Medicine – a new journal launched today!


When, in the early 1770s, Joseph Priestley conducted his bell jar experiments with mice and mint plants, could he have imagined that these experiments would be repeated over 200 years later with a human subject? Well, they have been! ‘A paradigm of fragile Earth in Priestley’s bell jar‘ is among the first articles to be published in Extreme Physiology & Medicine.

Exploring how the body functions at the limits of survival, and then applying this research to enhance knowledge of pathophysiology in the critically ill, is a core mission of the new open access journal. It will focus on integrative human physiology …

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