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elio schaechter

Elio says:

Mercé rightly points out that the journal International Microbiology (see http://www.im.microbios.org/) has pioneered in the simple practice of using bold letters in the legends. This is an exciting journal that has been highly innovative since its inceptions, so don't be surprised. Disclosure: I have the honor of being a member of its Editorial Board.

Ami: there are several journal with the title "Journal of Negative Results". Just Google that. They may serve the purpose you so well expound.

Huila - you make a good point. But it's hard to strike the right balance for proper documentation. Even "Supplemental Material" can be abused.

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