Peer-reviewed sentence example

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  • All of the medical research funded by the cystic fibrosis Trust is peer reviewed.
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  • In fact, Pusztai used a snowdrop lectin proven in peer-reviewed research to be harmless to mammals in its natural non-GM form.
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  • These responses have been generated with a full set of industry drivers and have been published through internationally peer-reviewed journals and conferences.
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  • Romantic Textualities will develop its role as a fully peer-reviewed journal and will continue to publish every Summer and Winter of each year.
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  • It is the only peer-reviewed qualification in veterinary practice management in the UK.
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  • The journal will publish peer-reviewed, original papers representing a variety of quantitative and qualitative research methods.
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  • All our reports are peer reviewed by experts in forensic computing, prior to submission.
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  • About the Course This new online course covers the ethics, conventions and often unwritten rules of publishing in peer-reviewed journals and at conferences.
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  • In addition Dental Update offers you 25 hours of verifiable CPD from peer-reviewed articles either from the journal or the Dental Update web site.
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  • The American Academy of Sleep Medicine (AASM) publishes the Journal of Clinical Sleep Medicine (JCSM), a peer-reviewed medical journal.
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  • There are just too many variables surrounding birth order to have the controls necessary for a valid peer-reviewed study.
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  • The results of birth order on personality remain theory only, unproven by scientific research or peer-reviewed studies.
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  • The site links to Peer Reviewed Papers that support Wakefield's findings.
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  • If someone makes fantastic claims but has no independent, peer-reviewed scientific studies behind them, be wary.
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  • There have been no controlled, peer-reviewed studies confirming the theory that certain foods require more energy to digest than they bring into the body.
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  • He insists that his study was peer reviewed by the Endocrine Society.
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  • In fact, Dr. Hirsch's study does not appear in any peer reviewed medical journals.
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  • Information found on websites that promise spot reduction and quick weight-loss methods is rarely backed by peer-reviewed research.
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  • There have been anecdotal reports that rebounding improves the lymphatic system, but these reports have not been supported by peer-reviewed research.
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  • First Monday is a site dedicated to peer-reviewed issues about technology in the classroom.
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  • She has published numerous research articles in peer-reviewed journals.
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  • The International Journal of Library Science is an academic collection of articles pertaining to the field; the peer-reviewed journal is useful in both research and study for aspiring library scientists.
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  • According to nutrition expert Katherine Zeratsky, dietician at the Mayo Clinic, there are no peer-reviewed studies pointing beneficial effects of kombucha.
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