Policies on Conflict of Interest, Human and Animal Rights, and Informed Consent

 | Post date: 21/11/16 | 
Conflicts of interest
   
Authors should describe the relevant funding, patents, and stocks. The authors should disclose all sources of conflict of interest, including interest or relationship, financial or otherwise. The potential sources of conflict of interest comprises patent or stock ownership, membership of a company board of directors or advisory board, or receipt of speaker's fees from a company. If authors have not declared any conflict of interest, they should state it inside the manuscript. The corresponding author is responsible to review this policy with all other co-authors. The corresponding author should list the mentioned items in the cover letter (if applicable) to Editor-in-Chief.

Research involving human
   If human are the participants in the work, the authors should include the ethical approval code by ethical committee from institution/organization and should perform the research in accordance with standards based on Declaration of Helsinki in 1964 and its later amendments ethical standards. For this kind of manuscript, an "Ethical approval" should be included in the text before the "Materials and methods"section that the authors should declare that the study was performed in accordance with Helsinki declaration. This journal has right to request the related documents from the authors.

Research involving animals
   
If animals are the goal group of the work, the authors should indicate the international and national guidelines for use of animals. Also, the study should be approved by a research committee at the organization/institution. For this kind of manuscript, an "Ethical approval" should be included in the "Materials and methods" section that the authors should mention the guidelines for the care and use of animals. Also, the ethical code should be added. If the authors have not results from the studies by any of the authors, they should clear it. This journal has right to request the related documents from the authors.

Informed consent
   
Both of the research with human participants and animals should have "Informed consent". It is necessary that all participants have informed consent prior to inclusion in the study. Any information about the participants should not be published by authors. This journal has right to request the related documents from the authors. 

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