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☛ Cover letter
A duly filled cover letter has to be forwarded/attached along with the manuscript files. This cover letter is accessible by editor only. You need to fill in each author’s detail correctly and appropriately. And please do not use same email id for all authors. Signature of corresponding author is required.
☛ Archiving pre-and post-publication
We allow archiving of data both pre-and post-publication. Please visit our Sherpa Romeo policy on this. However, author needs to mention the pre-archival material with URLS in the cover letter.
Plagiarism check is done through CrossCheck powered by Ithenticate®. Plagiarized manuscripts are desk rejected and appropriate action is taken on the authors depending upon severity. COPE guidelines are the standard we follow to deal with such unethical behaviour.
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All the data related to the manuscript should be available in the manuscript or the appropriate reliable sources should be mentioned for accessing the required data. If any data is sensitive, proper reason and the conditions of its availability should be mentioned in the manuscript.
☛Conflict of interest
We recommend the ICMJE form provided below as the standard for authors to disclose the conflicts of interest. As a member of ICMJE we support this practice and each author is requested to generate the disclosure statement from this form which is to be included in the signed cover letter submitted by corresponding author. http://www.icmje.org/downloads/coi_disclosure.zip
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☛ Financial Disclosure
Funding details should be mentioned in the manuscript. Here the declaration should include the support received to carry out the work and also the role of the funder.
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Author Animal Research
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Copyright violations are also considered unethical. Proper permission must be obtained from the authors based on their copyright. If authors fail to do so those submission will not be published and if we know about it after publication such will be requested to obtain permission and allowed to be online only after obtaining it else the paper will be withdrawn.
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