Curbing academic predators: JoTT’s policy regarding citation of publications from predatory journals

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Rajeev Raghavan
Neelesh Dahanukar
Sanjay Molur



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Raghavan, R., Dahanukar, N. and Molur, S. 2015. Curbing academic predators: JoTT’s policy regarding citation of publications from predatory journals. Journal of Threatened Taxa. 7, 10 (Aug. 2015), 7609–7611. DOI:


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