Publication, Arbitration, Ethical Principles, and Legal Responsibilities

This journal covers primarily bacteriology, parasitology, virology, public health, epidemiology, vaccine production, laboratory quality management systems, and all other veterinary sciences.

Journal of Etlik Veterinary Microbiology is subject to research and publication ethics standards. Plagiarism can lead to rejection of an article even after acceptance. The editors act in accordance with the relevant international publication and research ethics rules (COPE guidelines, CSI White Paper on Publication Ethics, ORI) in case of any ethical misuse. Assuming that the scientific studies submitted for publication in our journal are carried out in accordance with the provisions of the Regulation on Welfare and Protection of Animals Used for Experimental and Other Scientific Purposes  with European Convention for the Protection of Vertebrate Animals used for Experimental and Other Scientific Purposes, and that all necessary institutional ethics and legal permissions are taken, the journal management does not accept responsibility as a matter of responsibility. If the “Animal” element is used in the study, the authors must state that they protect animal rights in their studies and that they have taken approval from the relevant ethics committee. Our journal expects and supports the compliance of 3R (Replacement, Reduction, and Refinement) rules in the use of experimental animals in accordance with the European consensus-platform for alternatives strategies in scientific studies.

Approval of different ethics committee or permission (for example, clinical research ethics committee approval) during the evaluation of the discontinuation of the review of the articles that are required to receive the necessary authorizations are warned, the publication process is continued after the necessary permissions are completed. The approval information should be added to the material and method section.

It is the authors' responsibility to ensure that all permits (such as work permits for wildlife) are obtained from the relevant institutions and organizations in accordance with international and national regulations. The journal cannot be held responsible for this matter.