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William M. Merritt, M cialis reviews .D., Yvonne G. Lin, M.D., Liz Y. Han, M.D., Aparna A. Kamat, M.D., Whitney A. Spannuth, M.D., Rosemarie Schmandt, Ph.D., Diana Urbauer, M.S., Len A. Pennacchio, Ph.D., Jan-Fang Cheng, Ph.D., Alpa M. Nick, M.D., Michael T. Deavers, M.D., Alexandra Mourad-Zeidan, M.S., Hua Wang, Ph.D., Peter Mueller, Ph.D., Marc E. Lenburg, Ph.D., Joe W. Gray, Ph.D., Samuel Mok, Ph.D., Michael J. Birrer, M.D., Ph.D., Gabriel Lopez-Berestein, M.D., Robert L. Coleman, M.D., Menashe Bar-Eli, Ph.D., and Anil K. Sood, M.D.: Dicer, Drosha, and Outcomes in Patients with Ovarian Cancer The discovery that gene expression can be altered through RNA interference1 has stimulated research on the role of RNA interference in the development of cancer.

The peer-review procedure used in Hindawi’s journals depends primarily on the expertise of its editorial board members and the guest editors of special issues, who are in charge of supervising the review of submitted manuscripts.5 Since the peer reviewers selected by the guest editors weren’t subject to any sort of independent verification, editors themselves could undermine the procedure in much the same way that authors or third-party agencies did elsewhere: by creating fake reviewer identities and addresses from which they submitted positive reviews endorsing publication. When all manuscripts handled by these editors had been examined, a total of 32 content were identified that were accepted thanks to the comments of artificial reviewers.