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It helps for authors to signpost with page or line numbers where specific changes have been made in the paper that corresponded to the reviewer points. Highlighting changes in the text is also enormously helpful.

09:50 EDT 15 Aug 2019 | Nature Publishing

It helps for authors to signpost with page or line numbers where specific changes have been made in the paper that corresponded to the reviewer points. Highlighting changes in the text is also enormously helpful.

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