Neil Saunders wondered what journal content would look like if presented as tag clouds. He pasted the URLs from about two dozen journals into Wordle to visualize the text. Not all of them worked very well -- Biochemistry comes up mainly as dates and DOIs -- but prominent words in the Journal of Biological Chemistry cloud are CFTR, monomerics, and cells.

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