Does it matter who wrote the work that you are citing? Usually it isn’t as important about what that study found. So… should you ever say “A study by author et al.,”?
Big new paper out now! “Laminin N-terminus α31 is upregulated in invasive ductal breast cancer and changes the mode of tumour invasion.”
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New paper by Jiraroch Meevassana on using a laminin fragment to improve burn wound repair
Although your p value may not have reached the statistical significance threshold it doesn’t mean that you shouldn’t share the observations. However, it does mean that you need to be careful in how you write about the data. This post explains options you could take.
Congrats to Jiraroch Meevassana on his new paper on improving burn wound repair via treatment with B1 siRNA.
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Should significant only be used for small differences.
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Life in the Lab Book.
Editing chapter now added.
When reporting your results, you have two main options regarding stats reporting: If you selected a critical value that your … More