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Research misconduct in health and life sciences research: A systematic review of retracted literature from Brazilian institutions.

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Summary of "Research misconduct in health and life sciences research: A systematic review of retracted literature from Brazilian institutions."

Measures to ensure research integrity have been widely discussed due to the social, economic and scientific impact of research integrity. In the past few years, financial support for health research in emerging countries has steadily increased, resulting in a growing number of scientific publications. These achievements, however, have been accompanied by a rise in retracted publications followed by concerns about the quality and reliability of such publications.

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Name: PloS one
ISSN: 1932-6203
Pages: e0214272

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