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(Australian case) Images used in biomedical articles suspected of manipulation – The Australian (John Ross | February 2018)

Published/Released on February 21, 2018 | Posted by Admin on February 27, 2018 / , , , , , , , ,
 


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New claims of image manipulation have cast a cloud over the work of three Deakin Univer­sity biomedical researchers.

The Australian has obtained evidence suggesting that seven images published in three journal articles, all co-authored by the three researchers, may have come from an unrelated PhD thesis by the team’s junior member.

In some cases, the images ­appear identical. In others, they seem to have been reversed or cut and then reversed.

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