MORPHOLOGICAL FEATURES OF BANDS. 67 MW band. 32 MW band. False Colorization “Gradient Map” Reveals Mini-features. LOWER BANDS SHOW NO SIMILARITY. Page 1. panel1. panel 2. panel 3. panel 4. panel 5. panel 6. Use of the Image Overlay procedure. Immunity , Figure 1.
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False Colorization “Gradient Map” Reveals Mini-features
Use of the Image Overlay procedure
Immunity, Figure 1
panel 6 (black) is a subset of panel 5 (red)
red and black = unique
blue = overlap
panel 5 vs 2
panel 5 vs 4
What can ORI and institutions do to help prevent research misconduct?
1. Acquisition, management, sharing and ownership of data
2. Conflict of interest and commitment
3. Research misconduct (plagiarism, falsification & fabrication)
4. Publication practices and responsible authorship
5. Mentor/mentee responsibilities
6. Peer review
7. Collaborative scholarship
8. Human subjects
9. Animal subjects
1. Inadequate record keeping and lack of guidance from mentors on how to record and retain research data;
2. Failure of mentors to regularly review raw data; overreliance on derivative data (PowerPoint presentations) at lab meetings
3. Unquestioning acceptance of data that others consider “too good to be true”
The bottom line – good mentorship and the constant review of raw data can profoundly reduce the likelihood of a mentee committing research misconduct.
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