Suspected Text Similarity: Endocytosis and Trafficking of Natriuretic Peptide Receptor-A Potential Role of Short Sequence Motifs. Membranes. 2015

Questionable Paper: Endocytosis and Trafficking of Natriuretic Peptide Receptor-A Potential Role of Short Sequence Motifs. Membranes. 2015

Questionable Journal: Membranes

Questionable Paper and Journal

Questionable Paper and Journal

 

Matching Summary Software Support: iPlagiarism

Matching Summary
Software Support: iPlagiarism

 

Matching Summary Software Support: iPlagiarism

Matching Summary
Software Support: iPlagiarism

 

When using someone else’s work, you must indicate you have borrowed the idea by giving a citation. Besides, if a source’s exact words have to be copied, quotation marks must be given. However, verbatim copy of large sections of text (including a few sentences, whole paragraph, and several paragraphs) is moderate to most severe type of plagiarism whether or not that work is cited or quotation marks are used, even though the original sources are from author’s own publications.

One Comment

  1. Dear Plagiarism Watch,

    Thanks for sharing this. The paper was checked with ithenticate. We
    picked up some self-plagiarism, but in sections where it had been
    heavily edited and adapted for the new text. However, from the
    screenshots on your blog, it looks like our results vary somewhat from
    yours. If you have concerns about extensive plagiarism in this article
    from sources not written by the authors, please get in touch.

    Kind regards,
    Martyn


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