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Guide to information sources for Retracted journal articles

You will find this guide useful if you are a researcher and need to check if any of the research you cite or rely on has been retracted.

How are retracted journal articles identified?

Retracted journal articles are not normally withdrawn from publication. However, following the COPE Retraction Guidelines 2019, retracted journal articles should be clearly identified on the electronic version and other versions such as print. They should also be identified in bibliographic databases. The following are examples: