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Notorious cases that led to retractions

Investigators who have been accused of falsification, fabrication, or manipulation of data or results in their scientific research.

ANIL POTTI, researcher: Accused of falsifying data on the use of microarray genetic analysis for personalized cancer treatment.

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HWANG WOO-SUK, researcher: Accused of fabricating a series of stem cell experiments, he was later convicted of embezzlement and other charges.

MARC HAUSER, behavioral psychologist: Accused of fabricating data and manipulating results in multiple experiments on animal behavior.

DIPAK DAS, researcher: Accused of widespread scientific fraud involving 26 articles in 11 journals on the reported health benefits of red wine.

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