Do-it-yourself (DIY) pathology

@article{Ince2008DoityourselfP,
  title={Do-it-yourself (DIY) pathology},
  author={Tan A. Ince and Jerrold M Ward and Victor E. O. Valli and Dennis C. Sgroi and Alexander Yu Nikitin and Massimo F. Loda and Stephen M. Griffey and Christopher P Crum and James M. Crawford and Roderick Terry Bronson and Robert Cardiff},
  journal={Nature Biotechnology},
  year={2008},
  volume={26},
  pages={978-979}
}
volume 26 number 9 september 2008 nature biotechnology have neglected to consult a comparative pathologist during the evaluation of such manuscripts. One must wonder whether such a practice would be allowed if a submitted manuscript contained complex statistical analyses and no statistician was involved during the preparation or review of the manuscript, or crystallography was used to resolve a molecular structure but no expert was asked to check the X-ray diffraction data. Yet, it appears that… CONTINUE READING

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