article The following article is a summary of some of the methods that we use to remove blinded manuscripts in our work.
The methods include the use of a manuscript in preparation, reviewing a manuscript, removing a manuscript that is not a paper, and the use and management of a blinded manuscript.
We recommend you check out our guide to the process.
We have included a number of links to other sites on our site that have more in-depth information.
A few of these sites include the following: Scientific American Science-Based Medicine: A journal that provides a comprehensive overview of the scientific literature.
They also have a number that are great resources for researching this topic.
Scientific American has a comprehensive list of blind manuscripts and other information on this topic as well.
They are a great source for looking up information on what research has been done on this subject and how to avoid it.
ScientificAmerican has a great list of examples of how to get a blinded paper.
The list includes a good number of blind papers.