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Is there a difference between the images used for peer review and those that appear in print?

Images used for peer review tend to be of a lower quality than the images used in the final publication. Please make sure that once your article has been accepted for publication you upload images in a higher resolution.

For more information on the resolutions required for different types of images please see the section in our guide to submission of electronic artwork on file formats.