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Can someone identify the fonts used in the words "nature methods" in the following image?

http://www.nature.com/nmeth/images/journal_header_v3.jpg

I think that the word "nature" is in Times or Times New Roman (?) but can't figure out what font the word "methods" is in. Any ideas?

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?? The serif font looks nothing like Times New Roman. It's in the Garamond/Sabon/Hoefler Text family, though I'm not sure exactly which font it is. –  frabjous Oct 8 '10 at 3:34
    
Best Dupe: How can I identify fonts from an image? –  techie007 Mar 29 at 17:00
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I tried using Identifont and got more than 30 results. If you have a better version of the image, you could try uploading it to WhatTheFont.

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