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Peer Review

The purpose of peer review is to ensure the articles are more sense of science and innovation, to make them more suitable to meet the standards in the fields of general science and discipline, and to ensure the quality and reputation of the articles published in BioPublisher by removing the lousy and faulty research results.

BioPublisher has established a worldwide biologist database. Every journal published in BioPublisher has the reviewer board joined by known biologists from all over the world . The BioPublisher internet-based manuscripts handling model makes the peer review processing more efficient. Once you submit your manuscript, the BioPublisher Manuscript Handling System will automatically recommend three experts to review your paper by matching the title and keywords.

All journals published in BioPublisher operate a web based peer review system for their submissions that facilitate the procedure of peer review promptly.

I am willing to be a peer reviewer of BioPublisher journals, and now I want to be registered.

To submit your report or to response an invitation to review for any of the BioPublisher journals, please go to My BioPublisher.

The BioPublisher adopts a unified peer review policy and formulates the fundamental framework standard for peer review. Editorial Team of every journal can modify or supplement the peer review policy within the fundamental framework standard according to their own needs.

The peer review policies for all journals published in BioPublisher share the following features:

â–ª The BioPublisher's journal use online manuscript handling system and internet-based peer review procedure to speed up the peer review process with high efficiency.

â–ª Editorial Teams of the journals published in BioPublisher independently decide the acceptance and rejection of the research articles and other articles based on the peer review system.

â–ª All peer reviewers are required to sign after their review comments. The review report and the author's reply are to be archived as publishing files.

â–ª The reviewers of the BioPublisher journals should avoid reviewing articles from any author, research institute, academic group that have competing interests or benefit relationship with them.

â–ª To become a peer reviewer of BioPublisher is voluntary, and the peer reviewer may not accept any form of remuneration or gifts from concerned peoples.

The procedure of peer review is left to those with editorial control of the journal. The policy of peer review may be a little bit differences in different journals, find out more about the peer review policy for each of BioPublisher journals and look forward to fast and efficient peer-review processing when publishing in BioPublisher journals.