Peer reviews


Peer reviews

The peer-reviewed publication process is an integral component of the scientific research community. As the name suggests, it is a means of getting feedback from peers, on the quality and presentation of your scientific manuscript, before it is accepted for publication. Peer reviews help journal editors determine the quality of the study with regards to originality, validity and significance.

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Pre- submission

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