- Compliance with the Principles of the Helsinki Declaration is taken as a basis for all studies, including clinical and/or experimental studies, case reports, and drug researches with the “Human being”. For manuscripts concerning experimental research on humans, an Ethics Commission Report prepared in accordance with the principles of the World Medical Association Declaration of Helsinki “Ethical Principles for Medical Research Involving Human Subjects” (https://www.wma.net ) is required. Besides, the articles reporting the results of the studies using ‘human being’ material must contain a statement in the ‘Materıal and Methods’ section indicating that the approval by the institutional ethical review board and affirmation “Informed Consent” was obtained from each participant. Information on patient consents and the Ethics Committee report (name of the institution from which the ethics committee report was obtained, approval document number and date) should be given under the title of ‘Methods’ in the main manuscript document. For studies carried out on animals, must include a declaration in the ‘Materıal and Methods’ section giving assurance that the all animals have received humane care in compliance with the “Guide for the Care and Use of Laboratory Animals” (https://www.nap.edu/catalog/5140/guide-for-the-care-and-use-of-laboratory-animals) and indicating that the approval by the institutional ethical review board.
- If the manuscript is similar to another study without reference, it is considered plagiarism. All submissions to the journal are scanned using similarity detection software (Turnitin, iThenticate) at any stage during the evaluation process. Plagiarism is considered a serious violation regardless of whether it is intentional or not. It is essential to accurately quote the data of different studies used for discussion. In case plagiarism is detected or suspected in the submitted manuscript, the Editorial Board of the Journal will act in accordance with the rules of COPE (https://publicationethics.org/).