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SAN ANTONIO, TX (GenomeWeb) – Core labs can help address the issue of research reproducibility, according to speakers at this year's Association of Biomolecular Resource Facilities meeting here.

"I think cores are an incredibly important and vital route toward increasing the reproducibility of the published literature," said Ian Sullivan from the Center for Open Science during his talk in a session devoted to research rigor and reproducibility.

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