Publishers elect to use plagiarism detection software

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A group of 12 publishers, including Elsevier, the American Society of Neuroradiology, JAMA and the Nature Publishing Group, have elected to use new plagiarism detection software called CrossCheck. CrossCheck is a service offered by CrossRef in collaboration with iParadigms.
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