Tweaking, or Falsifying? | GenomeWeb

An investigation at the University of Minnesota concludes that a 2001 paper on stem cells from Catherine Verfaillie's lab, and published in Blood, contained falsified images, reports the Associated Press. The investigation cleared Verfaillie of wrongdoing but says she provided "inadequate training and oversight" to her graduate student, Morayma Reyes.

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