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Retractions

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Retractions

If the reference citation is to an article that has since been retracted, or to the retraction notice itself, use the appropriate example below. Uniform Requirements notes, “Ideally, the first author should be the same in the retraction as in the article, although under certain circumstances the editor may accept retractions by other responsible persons.”5 (See also 5.4.4, Ethical and Legal Considerations, Scientific Misconduct, Editorial Policy and Procedures for Detecting and Handling Allegations of Scientific Misconduct.)

Citing the retraction:

  • 1. Duckmanton L, Tellier R, Richardson C, Petric M. Notice of retraction of “The novel hemagglutinin-esterase genes of human torovirus and Breda virus” [retraction of: Duckmanton L, Tellier R, Richardson C, Petric M. In: Virus Res. 1999;64(2):137-149]. Virus Res. 2001;81(1-2):167.

Citing the article retracted:

  • 2. Duckmanton L, Tellier R, Richardson C, Petric M. The novel hemagglutinin-esterase genes of human torovirus and Breda virus [retracted in: Virus Res. 2001:81(1-2):167]. Virus Res. 1999;64(2):137-149.

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