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First and foremost, peer review is intended to be a constructive process. The goal is to further investigate the appropriateness of the work for the journal and to help authors strengthen a paper to best communicate their robust findings to the community.

10:54 EDT 14 Aug 2019 | Nature Publishing

First and foremost, peer review is intended to be a constructive process. The goal is to further investigate the appropriateness of the work for the journal and to help authors strengthen a paper to best communicate their robust findings to the community.

Original Article: First and foremost, peer review is intended to be a constructive process. The goal is to further investigate the appropriateness of the work for the journal and to help authors strengthen a paper to best communicate their robust findings to the community.

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