Coauthors’ Email Addresses: A Neglected Journal-Level Measure to Uphold Authorship Integrity in Research Collaboration

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Abu-Zaid, A. Coauthors’ Email Addresses: A Neglected Journal-Level Measure to Uphold Authorship Integrity in Research Collaboration. Sci Eng Ethics 26, 1879–1880 (2020). https://doi.org/10.1007/s11948-019-00129-9

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