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Seeing how an article has been cited is vastly more useful than simply seeing how many times an article has been cited. With scite, researchers can more effectively discover and evaluate research articles by directly seeing what subsequent publications say about their findings through citation statements -- the in-text references from papers where citations happen.See what we offer researchers
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The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
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