SRL publishes all its journals in full open access policy, enables to access all published articles visible and accessible to scientific community. Published papers appear electronically and are freely available from our website. Authors may also use their published .pdf’s on their own or institution’s website
Only papers that report novel and significant scientific findings will be considered and accepted for publication. Manuscripts submitted must represent reports of original research. A manuscript will be accepted on the conditions that the presented work was not published previously, and is not under consideration for publication elsewhere.
Anyone who made a substantial contribution to the work may be included in the author list. All authors of each manuscript are responsible for the entire paper and must have agreed that the corresponding author has the authority to act on their behalf on all matters pertaining to publication of the manuscript. To avoid any possible dispute during processing, authorship changes including the order of authors’ names during revision must be agreed upon by all of the authors and brought to the editor’s attention in the cover letter submitted with the revised version.
Manuscripts dealing with any experimental work on human or animal materials should meet the relevant regulations or requirements imposed by institutional or governmental authorities, and this should be clearly stated in the manuscript. The editor reserves the right to reject papers if ethical aspects are in doubt. Nucleotide and Amino Acid Sequences any novel nucleotide or amino acid sequences described should be deposited in a public database, such as GenBank, EMBL or DDBJ, and the accession numbers should be included in a separate paragraph in the Materials and Methods section. It is expected that the sequence data will be publicly available no later than the publication of the article.
All manuscript is reviewed confidentially by members of the editorial board and qualified reviewers. When a manuscript is submitted to a journal, it is given a manuscript number and assigned to one of the members of the board for review. The manuscript number should be referred to in any subsequent communications between the corresponding author and the editor or the editorial office. The reviewers operate under the guidelines for reviewers and are expected to complete their reviews as soon as possible.
Notification of Acceptance
When an editor has decided that a manuscript is acceptable for publication, the corresponding author will be notified. The editorial office will check if the manuscript was prepared according to the guidelines, however the authors are primarily responsible for the format and quality of the paper.
The editorial office sends a galley proof and a Agreement for publication form to the corresponding author. Proof should be corrected, signed by the corresponding author and send back to the editorial office within 7 working days, however extensive corrections, additions, or deletions should not be made during the proof stage. Important new information or references of unpublished data or personal communications that have become available in the time between acceptance of the manuscript and receipt of the proofs may be inserted. Otherwise, changes are limited to correction of spelling errors, incorrect data, grammatical errors and updated information regarding references.