Ethical Concerns.

Abstract

Recently we began to routinely scan each submitted manuscript for original language, using high-caliber plagiarism detection software. While it is not unusual to see common language describing methodology and reagents, we have found that 10–20% of the submissions in the last 4 months have had unacceptably high levels of strings of words or even full… (More)
DOI: 10.1089/dna.2015.29000.csr

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@article{Reiss2015EthicalC, title={Ethical Concerns.}, author={Carol Shoshkes Reiss}, journal={DNA and cell biology}, year={2015}, volume={34 11}, pages={651} }