Both the papers were listed on Pubpeer website (here and here) and the problems listed with the images have been cited by the journals in their retraction notice. The third one that has been retracted is an old paper.
PubPeer is a website that allows users to discuss and review scientific research. The site is one of many allowing academics to engage in post-publication peer review. It has served as a whistleblowing platform, in that it highlighted shortcomings in several high-profile papers, in some cases leading to retractions and to accusations of scientific fraud, as noted by Retraction Watch.
26/10/2014 · The logic of the defense by Retraction Watch is so aberrant that it barely calls for analysis. Yet, I will take up the opportunity to reflect on the dangers of Post Publication Peer Review (PPPR) which, at the hands of Retraction Watch and PubPeer
^ Leading diabetes researcher corrects paper as more than a dozen studies are questioned on PubPeer – Retraction Watch at Retraction Watch. Retractionwatch.com. 2016-04-26 [2016-11-17]. ^ PubPeer – Stimulus-triggered fate conversion of somatic
The popular blog Retraction Watch set up a “PubPeer Selections” archive to try and keep up. There are currently more than 35,000 comments on PubPeer and it has upward of 300,000 page views a
Despite this, ethical borders have become blurred between the objectives of Retraction Watch and PubPeer, two self-moderated science watchdogs that rely heavily on these questionable practices, in
papers published each year from India, it is still a huge number considering how reluctant journal publishers are in retraction. Also about this change is the PubPeer website, which allows
The searchable database of retracted papers launched by RetractionWatch shows 982 papers from India have been retracted so far. Of these, 330 have been retracted for plagiarism and, surprisingly, 118 papers for image duplication and/or manipulation.
The site is one of many allowing academics to engage in post-publication peer review.It has served as a whistleblowing platform, in that it highlighted shortcomings in several high-profile papers, in some cases leading to retractions and to accusations of scientific fraud, as noted by Retraction
PubPeer Journal Dashboards are built to give Journals specialized tools to keep track of and address comments on their articles. We provide a centralized dashboard with specialized search features and email alerts for everyone on your team.
But, as other scientists were quick to point out on PubPeer, Earth doesn’t orbit those barycentres. It orbits the Sun. This issue is not the only problem with the paper, but it was sufficient grounds for retraction. In a retraction notice attached to the paper, the
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PubPeer is an online community that uses the publication of scientific results as an opening for a fruitful discussion among scientists. Search for publications and provide feedback and/or start a conversation anonymously. The site is one of many allowing academics
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Pubpeer: vigilante science, journal club or alarm raiser? The controversies over anonymity in post-publication peer review. Didier Torny (Mines ParisTech, PSL Research University, CSI-i3 UMR CNRS 9217) Extended abstract PEERE International Conference on Peer
6/10/2016 · On Tuesday October 4 at 10AM, a Michigan Court in Detroit conducted a hearing on case 326691 “Fazlul Sarkar vs John Doe”.As you may recall from our coverage at Science Transparency, Prof. Sarkar is a scientist anonymously accused of misconduct through a blog named PubPeer.
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Posts about PubPeer lawsuit written by Weishi Meng While most scientists were skeptical from the start, some science writers heralded the self-published blog Retraction Watch as a
According to scientific integrity news tracking site Retraction Watch, in November 2013 a commenter on PubPeer started a discussion highlighting images in one of Sarkar’s papers and citing the
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PubPeer community discussions sometimes lead to article retractions. Retraction Watch (a blog launched in 2010) keeps an accurate record of retractions. If you suspect scientific misconduct of any kind, you should comment on this website and contact the journal editor regarding the offending paper.
Dr. Mamta Chawla-Sarkar, a senior scientist at ICMR’s NICED has 16 papers listed on PubPeer for image duplication and/or manipulation. Six of these papers were published when she was a Scrutinising images for tell-tale signs of manipulation is no longer a
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1/5/2019 · Retraction notice to Confirmed Marijuana Use and Lymphocyte Count in Black People Living with HIV [DAD 180 (2017) 22 – 25]. Keen L 2nd(1), Abbate A(2), Blanden G(1), Priddie C(1), Moeller FG(3), Rathore M(4).
Retracted anti-vaccine papers are a staple of my articles published here. Usually, they try to create some fake link between vaccines and autism, but Eventually, it was retracted – it never existed.The Japanese HPV vaccine article retraction If you follow this blog
11/1/2020 · Retraction Action: Science Fraud Is Up, but More Retractions Could Be a Good Thing Scientific retractions are on the rise. In 2001 there were 40 incidents in which published results of scientific research were retracted, but in less than a decade that number had
This article has been retracted. A correction has been published 1 Original Article Primary Prevention of Cardiovascular Disease with a Mediterranean Diet List of authors. Ramón Estruch, M.D., Ph.D.,
PubPeer est un site qui permet aux utilisateurs (principalement anonymes) d’émettre des commentaires sur des articles scientifiques en post-publication, mais aussi de signaler des soupçons de manquements à l’éthique scientifique . Origine PubPeer a été
The Role of PubPeer Comments in Alerting Editors to Serious Problems With Clinical Research Publications Elizabeth Wager, 1,2 Emma Veitch 3 Objective PubPeer is a self-described “online journal club” that facilitates commenting on published biomedical literature.
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Pubpeer allows independent scientists to publish post-publication review of scientific papers. “The three-member committee will investigate all the papers [from CSIR-IITR] that have been listed
How does PubPeer work? 1. It relies on a database that contains articles from scholarly journals. In order to make a comment on an article, a user should perform a search using an article unique identifier to locate the article. 2. Users who want to make a comment
Academics need to urgently appreciate the importance and risks that Retraction Watch, PubPeer and similar websites pose, before their legends become irreversibly transformed by interaction with
25/7/2019 · PubPeer has an API that would allow Zotero to show the number of comments a given reference currently has on PubPeer and provides a link to those comments. Would be great to have this integrated into Zotero. Would be even better if when inserting a reference
PubPeer hosts anonymous discussion of scientific journal articles. A cancer scientist has sued several of those anonymous commenters for defamation and issued a subpoena to PubPeer demanding their identities. The ACLU – along with its Michigan affiliate and
Many image problems (duplications, manipulations) in scientific papers are found within Western blots. Several readers have asked me to explain what Western blots are, so here is a blog post written with the amazing help of Jon Cousins to provide some insights.
The recent COVID-19 outbreak has led to an enormous amount of preprints and rapidly-approved papers of variable quality. A recently published paper in Pharmacological Research called “Traditional Chinese Medicine for COVID-19 Treatment” caught my eye. The
PubPeer. 939 Me gusta. PubPeer is an online community that uses the publication of scientific results as an opening for fruitful discussion among scientists. Retweeted Michael Eisen is controlled by fungi (@mbeisen): Read the fucking paper. Read the fucking
To see whether any of the retrieved papers was known to contain any problem, we checked twice on the anonymous post-publication peer review site PubPeer (www.pubpeer.com): once at the time of the
Home Daily News Another Retraction for Diabetes Researcher PLOS Biology pulls a 2011 study led by Mário Saad, while his institution investigates additional allegations of research misconduct related to papers published in other journals. Nearly three years after concerns were first raised about figures published in a 2011 PLOS Biology paper, following investigations by the journal and the
Publons open for post-publication reviews 28 February 2018 on PubMed Commons, Publons, Peer Review, Post-Publication, How to peer review With news of PubMed Commons closing its doors to comments, we outline how experts can advance research with post
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A university has requested the retraction of a string of journal papers by a prominent molecular cell biologist after an investigation revealed multiple cases of research misconduct. Irina Stancheva was removed from her post as a lecturer and senior research fellow at