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Éditeurs prédateurs

Guide sur les éditeurs prédateurs, leurs particularités et comment les éviter

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Misra, D. P., Ravindran, V., Wakhlu, A., Sharma, A., Agarwal, V. et Negi, V. S. (2017). Publishing in black and white: the relevance of listing of scientific journals. Rheumatology International, 37(11), 1773-1778. doi: 10.1007/s00296-017-3830-2

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