Book of the STAP Affair | GenomeWeb

Haruko Obokata, the Japanese researcher who came under scrutiny and who then was found guilty of research misconduct for her role in the STAP cell scandal, says in a new book that she was framed, according to the Wall Street Journal's Japan Real Time blog.

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