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Retraction note: Down-regulation of microRNA-26a and up-regulation of microRNA-27a contributes to aggressive progression of human osteosarcoma

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The original article was published in Diagnostic Pathology 2015 10:166

Retraction

The Editor-in-Chief and Publisher have retracted this article [1] because the scientific integrity of the content cannot be guaranteed. An investigation by the Publisher found it to be one of a group of articles we have identified as showing evidence suggestive of attempts to subvert the peer review and publication system to inappropriately obtain or allocate authorship. This article showed evidence of plagiarism (most notably from the articles cited [24]) and authorship manipulation.

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Correspondence to Mohammadreza Shakeri.

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The online version of the original article can be found under doi:10.1186/s13000-015-0400-3.

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