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will find this guide useful if you are a researcher and need to check if any of the research you cite or rely on has been retracted.

References

Moylan, E.C. & Kowalczuk, M.K., 2016. Why articles are retracted: a retrospective cross-sectional study of retraction notices at BioMed Central. BMJ Open, 6(11). Available from: http://bmjopen.bmj.com/content/6/11/e012047 [Accessed 26 February 2017].

Van der Vet, P.E. & Nijveen, H., 2016. Propagation of errors in citation networks: a study involving the entire citation network of a widely cited paper published in, and later retracted from, the journal Nature. Research Integrity and Peer Review. 1(3). Available from: https://doi.org/10.1186/s41073-016-0008-5 [Accessed 27 February 2017].