Journal of Organ Transplantation

About The Journal

Journal Overview
Journal of Organ Transplantation (JOT) is an international journal covering all aspects of transplantation science. This journal aims to provide a platform for scientific research, to help improve outcomes for patients and create faster, more effective treatments for diseases and disorders. 

JOT publishes high-quality, original research across a broad range of topics, including immunology, tissue engineering, cell therapies, novel treatments, and developments in drug discovery. The journal also publishes review articles and editorials making it a valuable resource for researchers at all levels.

The publication of the Journal of Organ Transplantation(JOT) focuses on the topics of organ transplantation, immunology, transplant surgery, immunosuppression, organ rejection, and organ transplantation technology. JOT offers authors the chance to reach a global readership and benefit from a faster review process. Featured topics include the latest advances in molecular biology, cell and tissue engineering, biochemistry, and transplant technology. JOT also provides a platform for reporting novel findings, reviews, and perspectives from experts in the field. 

JOT provides authors with a fast publication process and immediate access for readers. Each published article is accompanied by a unique Digital Object Identifier (DOI) that can be used to cite and link to the article. The journal is committed to the highest standards of ethical publishing and all manuscripts undergo rigorous peer review. JOT is dedicated to publishing the most cutting-edge research in organ transplantation.

Article Submission Procedure
The submission process for the Journal of Organ Transplantation(JOT) allows authors to submit manuscripts online. Authors will be provided with clear guidance about what is expected for submission, including formatting and citation style. All manuscripts are rigorously peer-reviewed with in-house editors and also assigned to external reviewers. Authors are encouraged to follow the journal's guidelines when preparing manuscripts for submission. In addition to the rigor of the peer-review process, the journal ensures that all content published is of the highest quality and embraced by the international community of organ transplantation professionals.

Instructions for authors
Journal of Organ Transplantation(JOT)'s main criteria for submission are that manuscripts should be written in English and address topics that fall within the focus and scope of the journal. We recommend that authors follow the instructions and guidelines provided in the "Instructions for Authors" section on the journal website prior to submitting their manuscripts. Articles must strictly adhere to the standards of ethical and responsible conduct outlined in the instructions. 

Manuscripts submitted to JOT should be structured into the following sections: Title Page, Abstract, Introduction, Materials and Methods, Results and Discussion, Conclusion, Acknowledgments, Conflicts of Interest, Tables, Figures, and References. Upon submission, the author will receive a notification email with a manuscript tracking number. 

Editorial Board
The Journal of Organ Transplantation(JOT) editorial board is composed of a distinguished group of scientists, researchers, and clinicians from around the world. These experts bring a broad range of expertise spanning numerous disciplines, including medicine, pathology, immunology, physiology, and pharmacology. They are responsible for reviewing submissions to the journal and ensuring their quality, accuracy, and relevance to the field of organ transplantation. This dedicated team of experts is committed to advancing the field and upholding the highest standards of research and publication ethics. 

JOT is devoted to publishing the latest advances in the field and encouraging further research into the science and clinical practice of organ transplantation. With its distinguished editorial board and commitment to quality, the journal has become a preeminent source of information for researchers, physicians, and other medical professionals interested in organ transplantation.
Article Processing Charges 
To cover the expenses related to peer-reviewing, editing, and publishing, JOT levies article processing charges (APCs). The fee for publishing articles in JOT is competitive, taking into account the standards of publication quality, speed of publication, and availability. Authors can pay the APCs conveniently via financial institutions such as PayPal.

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