Retraction Policy

Retraction of an Unpublished Article

The authors must send an email declaring their decision to withdraw the manuscript while it is being processed, along with a form requesting the signatures of all authors. This must be filled out, scanned, and returned. Next, a final letter requesting the manuscript's withdrawal will be sent by the editorial office. There will be no acceptance of electronic signatures.

Please note that without a formal letter of withdrawal, a manuscript is not considered withdrawn and use of such a manuscript elsewhere will be construed as ethical misconduct.

Retraction of a Published Article

The following criteria are taken into consideration when deciding whether to retract a published study:

  1. If the manuscript has glaring flaws in the results or experimental miscalculations that are discovered after publication.
  2. Plagiarism detected after publication

iii. Redundant or Duplicate publication

  1. Unethical Research results
  2. Major Conflict of Interest

There is no time constraint for retraction.

Free Access and Digital Strategy for Archiving

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