All of our journals Online & Print Journals. Each article that SCIENXT-Centre of Excellence Publishing publishes adheres to a particular format.
- Original/Research Articles: The Research/Original article Reports of data from original research.
- Reviews: Comprehensive, authoritative descriptions of any subject within the scope of the journal. These articles are usually written by experts in the field who have been invited by the Editorial Board.
- Case reports: Reports of clinical cases that can be educational, describe a diagnostic or therapeutic dilemma, suggest an association or present an important adverse reaction. Authors should clearly describe the clinical relevance or implications of the case. All case report articles should indicate that informed consent to publish the information has been granted from the patients or their guardians.
- Commentaries: Short, focused, opinion articles on any subject within the scope of the journal. These articles are usually related to contemporary issues, such as recent research findings, and are often written by opinion leaders.
- Methodology articles: Present a new experimental method, test or procedure. The method described may be new, or may offer a better version of an existing method.
- Letter to the Editor: These can come in one of three patterns: a thorough re-examination of a previously published work, a thorough rejoinder from the authors of the original publication, or an essay that might not cover “standard research” but might still be of interest to readers.
For more information on each type of article, please contact the Editor at firstname.lastname@example.org
The paper should be submitted in accordance with the guidelines by one of the authors who will be accountable for it during peer review and submission. Please be aware that Scienxt- exclusively takes online submissions in order to speed up publication and reduce administrative expenses, and that all approved manuscripts must pay an article-processing fee. You will be required to include a cover letter with your submission, in which you should state any potential competing interests and justify why the journal should publish your manuscript. Please list the names and email addresses of two people who could evaluate your manuscript for peer review. These must to be authorities in their respective fields who can evaluate the text impartially. The suggested peer reviewers should not be current co-workers, members of the same research institution, and they shouldn’t have published anything with any of the authors of the manuscript within the previous five years. Potential reviewers suggested by the members of the Editorial Board will also be taken into consideration. The permitted file types are listed below. The document may also include additional files of any kind, such as videos, animations, or actual data files.
Here are the files required for submission:
- Title page
Must be a separate file, not embedded in the main manuscript.
- Main manuscript
Tables less than 2 pages each (about 90 rows) should be included at the end of the manuscript.
Formats: JPG, JPEG, PNG, PPT, DOC, DOCX
Figures must be sent separately, not embedded in the main manuscript.
- Cover letter
must be a separate file, not embedded in the main manuscript.
The title page should:
- provide the title of the article
- list the full names, institutional addresses and email addresses for all authors
- indicate the corresponding author
Keywords: Minimum 5-10 keywords should be in manuscript.
Abstract: The word count should be minimum 250-300 Words.
Recognitions, Funding Support, and Disclosures
Acknowledgments: Each person’s significant contributions are listed in the acknowledgments section. Because readers could assume that everyone mentioned in the manuscript’s “Acknowledgments” section approves of the data and conclusions, authors should get written, signed consent from everyone listed there. The Editorial Office must receive these permits.
Sources of Funding: Authors must mention all sources of funding for their study that are pertinent to the publication. All acronyms or abbreviations used by grant funding organisations must be fully defined.
Conflict of Interest
When submitting a paper, authors must include a cover letter that details any disclosures. Please write “Conflict of Interest: None to Report” if there are no conflicts. Relationships with pharmaceutical firms, biomedical device producers, or other businesses whose goods or services are connected to the topic of the article are considered conflicts of interest. Such affiliations may include, but are not limited to, employment by an industrial concern, stock ownership, and participation in a board of directors or a standing advisory group, or public associations with the business or its goods. Receiving honoraria or consultancy fees, grants or funds from these corporations or people repping these corporations are possible examples of further real or perceived conflicts of interest.
Tables and figures
Arabic numbers should be used to number and sequentially cite each table (i.e., Table 1, 2, 3, etc.). Table titles should be no more than 15 words long and should be above the table. They should be put in either A4 Portrait or Landscape format at the conclusion of the document text file. The article’s final, published version will typeset and display these as such. When formatting a table in a word processing tool, use the “Table object” to make sure that the columns of data stay aligned when the file is delivered electronically for review. Tables shouldn’t be included in spread sheets or figures. Tables those are too wide for a Landscape page or larger datasets can be uploaded separately as separate files.
Figures must be submitted as a separate.DOC,.PDF, or.PPT file with a resolution of at least 300 dpi, and they should not be integrated into the main manuscript file. If a figure is made up of various pieces, kindly send a single illustration page that is a composite of all the parts. Utilizing coloured figures is free of charge. The figure legends should not be included in the figure file itself, but rather at the end of the main manuscript text file.
All citations, including links, must follow the National Library of Medicine formatting guidelines and be numbered consecutively, in square brackets, and in the text’s citation sequence. A unique reference number must be assigned to each reference. Please limit your use of references. Only works that have been released, are under consideration for release, or are accessible through public e-print/preprint services may be cited. The onus of securing consent from cited co-workers to quote personal correspondence and unpublished data rests with the author.
Initial Review Process
Initial reviews of submitted papers will be done by the editor-in-chief and an assistant editor. Based on the quality, scientific rigor, and data presentation/analysis of the paper, a swift initial judgement will be made regarding whether to have a manuscript officially reviewed by two or more reviewers with suitable experience or reject the manuscript without a formal review. About 70% of the submitted manuscripts are expected to go through formal review, and 30% will be rejected without being looked at controlled by external reviewers.
Revised Manuscript Submissions
- Please send a copy of the amended text that has been highlighted or tracked modifications applied to it.
- Provide the page number(s), paragraph number(s), and/or line number(s) where each correction was made in your written response to the reviewers’ remarks.
- Respond to each referee’s criticisms by detailing the modifications you made as a result. Describe any additional adjustments that were made as well as any requested changes that were not adopted.
- Revisions will be administratively withdrawn if they are not received within two months. The manuscript must be resubmitted from scratch for consideration. Extensions for revisions may be given at the editors’ discretion and in situations when significant additional data are necessary. Every attempt will be made to keep the original reviewers in such circumstances.
Waiver and Withdrawal Policy
The Journal places the highest value on the calibre of scholarly contributions and does not let budgetary constraints to prevent the publishing of a quality article from having a greater impact. If there isn’t enough money set aside for publication (for real reasons) and/or if the author(s) are from a developing or underdeveloped nation, they may be given the chance to publish their work with a special discount or a partial waiver of the article processing fee, as determined from time to time by the managing editorial team of the journal. On particular occasions, like open access week, partial waivers and discounts are also valid.
The article should be withdrawn within 7 days. Author need to pay withdrawal Charges after 7 days for withdrawing the manuscript.
Article Processing Charges (APC):
Scienxt Journals (Publisher), a self-supporting organization and does not receive funding from any institution/government. As a result, only processing fees from authors and a few academic or business sponsors are used to run the Journal. The handling charges are necessary to cover the journal’s upkeep. The articles in Journals are freely available online because it is an Open Access journals, therefore subscription fees are not required. Article authors must pay a reasonable handling fee for processing their articles in some journals.