How cell line misidentification contaminates the scientific literature

Abstract While problems with cell line misidentification have been known for decades, an unknown number of published papers remains in circulation reporting on the wrong cells without warning or correction. Here we attempt to make a conservative estimate of this

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Science Domain International: an Open Peer Reviewed Journal

ScienceDomain International is a new and promising publisher of STM journals from India. The transparent and robust “Open Peer Review” model of SDI journals is very appreciable and significant for the academic community. They publish the entire Review History along

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SCIENCEDOMAIN International journal got 35th ranking in Publons

SDI are delighted to announce (as of 04/01/2016) that British Journal of Medicine and Medical Research got 35th ranking in Publons as per the number of published reviews (see here: https://publons.com/journal/?order_by=reviews) with 304 published reviews (see the screenshot here).  PLOS one (Public Library of Science), ranked

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Geologists Think They Finally Know Why Earthquakes Happen in The ‘Wrong’ Places

(CTVNews.ca, 2013) Geologists Think They Finally Know Why Earthquakes Happen in The ‘Wrong’ Places Our planet has scars. MIKE MCRAE 22 DEC 2017 Somewhere in Eastern Tennessee the ground seems to quiver ever so gently, only to swiftly pass and

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Sea-level rise and archaeological site destruction: An example from the southeastern United States using DINAA (Digital Index of North American Archaeology)

Introduction In recent years, concerns about the damaging effects of anthropogenic global climate change have been amplified by the increasing frequency of destructive weather events, large-scale wildfires and droughts, and a growing body of evidence indicating sea levels will rise

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