What started out as a response to a single dangerously biased review ended up as a set of common limitations with literature reviews, examples of what went wrong, and concrete advice on how to avoid these pitfalls.
To celebrate Open Access week at Communications Biology, we asked the authors of some of our most accessed articles how Open Access publishing has helped with the progression of their research fields and careers.
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