Ethics and scientific publication.

  title={Ethics and scientific publication.},
  author={Dale J. Benos and Jorge Fabres and John Farmer and Jessica P Gutierrez and Kristin Hennessy and David J. Kosek and Joo Hyoung Lee and Dragos S. Olteanu and Tara Russell and Faheem Shaikh and Kai Wang},
  journal={Advances in physiology education},
  volume={29 2},
This article summarizes the major categories of ethical violations encountered during submission, review, and publication of scientific articles. We discuss data fabrication and falsification, plagiarism, redundant and duplicate publication, conflict of interest, authorship, animal and human welfare, and reviewer responsibility. In each section, pertinent historical background and citation of relevant regulations and statutes are provided. Furthermore, a specific case(s) derived from actual… 

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