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Streisand Effect meets tough editors as journal retracts already-corrected paper by Rui Curi

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curiRui Curi — the Brazilian scientist who threatened to sue the now-shuttered site for criticizing his work — has rung up his second retraction, this one for a paper that he corrected earlier this year.

Here’s the Journal of Endocrinology notice, whose headers and language are a bit confusing, understandably, because it is retracting two things, a correction and the original paper: Read the rest of this entry »

Written by Ivan Oransky

April 29th, 2013 at 11:00 am

Another correction for Rui Curi, whose legal threats helped force shutdown of Science Fraud site

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joeThe Journal of Endocrinology has run a correction for a paper by Rui Curi, the Brazilian scientist whose lawyers threatened after the site ran a number of posts critical of Curi’s work.

Here’s the notice for “Non-esterified fatty acids and human lymphocyte death: a mechanism that involves calcium release and oxidative stress”: Read the rest of this entry »