How to end selective reporting in animal research

G. ter Riet, L.M. Bouter

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Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationAnimal models for human cancer: discovery and development of novel therapeutics
Place of PublicationWiley
PublisherWeinheim
ISBN (Print)9783527339976
Publication statusPublished - 2016

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ter Riet, G., & Bouter, L. M. (2016). How to end selective reporting in animal research. In Animal models for human cancer: discovery and development of novel therapeutics Wiley: Weinheim.
ter Riet, G. ; Bouter, L.M. / How to end selective reporting in animal research. Animal models for human cancer: discovery and development of novel therapeutics. Wiley : Weinheim, 2016.
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