Conflict of interests

1. It is strictly prohibited for the editorial and reviewers to distribute any information related to received manuscripts to third parties or to gain any personal/financial benefits from the information provided with manuscripts. The reviewers and editorial must provide transparency and impartiality in making decisions during processing and reviewing manuscripts. Conflicts of interests most often occur if the author and the reviewer/editor have mutual affiliation, are involved in the same project or grant, have relationships, or work in competing research groups. Conflict of interests may also take place if one of the sides is affiliated in an organization providing funding to the other side.

2. It is reviewer's obligation to inform editorial and refuse to be a reviewer if there is a possibility of any kind of conflict of interests.

3. By manuscript submission, authors confirm that the reported results have been obtained in accordance with publication ethics and the results do not contain any confidential information prohibited from being published by enactments in force.