Journal of Organ Transplantation
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Single Blind peer review is our standard. However authors can prefer Double blind peer review by excluding their names and affiliations details form the manuscript and provide them only in the cover letter if they prefer to do so.
Advantages of being a member of OAP
100% waiver on your author publication charges, which you usually need to pay, to be published in an open access journal. It applies for any number of manuscripts for the total period of time you have subscribed for the membership of that particular journal. And other useful author services are also included in membership.
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Article Processing Charges
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Laboratory animals are to be treated according to the rules and are to be handled with care. Precautionary measures undertaken while performing the experiment are to be mentioned. Otherwise it will be treated as violation of law. No scientific fraud and falsely research will be entertained. Serious action will be taken regarding the (fraudulent) scientific misconduct. Copyright violations are also considered unethical.
Human Subjects Research
Obtain the consent from all involved in study only after disclosing the possible outcome or any other situations, regarding the result of the failure of the experiment also. Privacy and strict confidentiality is to be maintained whenever necessary. Do not influence population or individuals by greatly rewarding them for the manipulation purpose.
Copyright and License
According to CREATIVE COMMONS LICENSE 3.0
You are free to -
- Share — copy and redistribute the material in any medium or format
- Adapt — remix, transform, and build upon the material
- for any purpose, even commercially.
- The licensor cannot revoke these freedoms as long as you follow the license terms.
Under the following terms:
Attribution — You must give appropriate credit provide a link to the license, and indicate if changes were made. You may do so in any reasonable manner, but not in any way that suggests the licensor endorses you or your use.
Plagiarism checking is done through CrossCheck and Ithenticate. Plagiarized manuscripts are desk rejected and are supplied with the report for their reference. It is one of the very important parts of our manuscript processing. Every paper is screened carefully. In recent times it has become a mounting issue due to various reasons. Whatever might be the reason, learned academicians should be responsible enough to not to execute such delinquency. We always encourage and support authors who keep up their originality and come up with novel ideas.
Performing research and recording it by not adhering to the required guidelines to achieve the desired result is treated as falsification. As you can see this is absolutely not the right thing to do.
Corrections to Published Work
Corrections if any will be handled according to COPE guidelines and will be marked by CrossMark in order to maintain the information regarding the data and the currentness of the data available.
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As of now we do not depend on any sponsorships.
Figure QualityFigures are to be placed at the end of the manuscript and each in a separate page. Figures should have titles and legends containing sufficient detail to make the figure easily understood. Legends should be right below the figure. Authors are responsible for providing digital art that has been properly sized and cropped. Appropriately sized numbers, letters, and symbols used should be no smaller than 2 mm even after reduction. All figures should be created with applications that are capable of preparing high-resolution files acceptable for publication. Although you will initially submit figures with the text in a single word file, we will require submission of figures as separate files at publication-quality resolution for online publication if your paper is accepted.