ClinicSearch is an emerging international open access publisher aimed at development and rapid dissemination of scientific knowledge to the global community without any restrictions.

ClinicSearch is ardent supporter to The Budapest Open Access Initiative (BOAI). In accordance with the (BOAI): All articles published by ClinicSearch journals are under the terms of Creative Commons Attribution License. This permits anyone read, download, copy, share, print or use them for any other legalized determination, without asking permission from the publisher or the author, the original work and source is appropriately cited

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ClinicSearch is an open access journal which uses open peer review, the Creative

Commons Attribution (CC BY) license and has an open data policy. There is an Article Processing Charge (APC) to publish in the journal.

We publish all preclinical and translational research that is closely aligned to medicine. We are keen to receive articles in the areas of neuroscience, endocrinology, cancer and many more.

Author Guidelines

ClinicSearch Journals accept original research articles, reviews, communications, cases reports, case studies, opinions, editorials, perspectives and letters for publication. Authors are requested to follow the guiding principles before submission of the articles to the ClinicSearch journals.

Here we listed some quick links based on author requirements

Article Submission

ClinicSearch Journals accept research articles, reviews, mini reviews, communications, cases reports, case studies, opinions, editorials, perspectives, commentaries and letters for publication. Articles submitted to the particular journal must and should fit within the scope of the journal.

  •  Authors can submit the article through the online web portal
  •  Authors are acknowledged within 2 working days upon the initial submission of Manuscript
  •  Authors please make sure that the article submitted for publication is not under consideration or submitted elsewhere simultaneously

Principles to be followed for writing your article

Accompanying word processor file formats are acceptable for the manuscript ClinicSearch journals: Microsoft word (DOC, DOCX).

Article should be self-possessed in the sequence like: title, list of authors, affiliations of the authors, author order, correspondence of the article, Abstract, Keywords, Abbreviations, text, methods, references, Supplementary Information line (if at all), acknowledgements, author commitments, author data (containing data deposition statement, competing interest declaration and corresponding author line), tables and figure legends.

Author Affiliation

Authors should disclose their affiliations like name, affiliation, institution, university, city, state, country.

Corresponding Author

Details should include name, affiliation, institution, university, city, state, country, Telephone, Fax and E-mail. The editorial office will communicate with the corresponding author and publisher/editor/reviewer/editorial staff is not in authority disputes amongst authors. Equal contribution, equal correspondence must be stated in the article.


The Abstract should be informative and as brief as possible on the study, validate noteworthy information, and attention to significant findings and conclusions. Moreover, abstract is only part of the article in which several persons who reads are attentive in, therefore, authors need to ensure that the abstract is precise. In most of the cases the data specified in the abstract and the text varies, hence, the authors are mandatory to cautiously go over the abstract to confirm that the data is consistence in the both the places i.e in abstract and text. Abstract may as well edit the content in 100-150 words. References nor citations must not to be merged in this section. Abstract put up study contextual, Aim, methods, results and conclusion.


4-8 catchphrases. Research articles, reviews and case studies should have a list of keywords that are used repeatedly in the article. (They should be separated with semicolon e.g., Hormones; Histogenesis; Organogenesis


Use of standard abbreviation in scientific articles is highly endorsed and valued. Each mentioned abbreviation should be expended properly. Title should not contain any abbreviations, if so, must be expended.

Nomenclature And Measurements

  •  SI method is highly recommonded to present the units
  •  Binomial nomenclature is widely using and recommended to present the microorganisms, plants and animals
  •  DDBJ/Genebank accession numbers should be used for gene sequesnces and aminoacid sequences

Manuscript Title

The title should be a brief catchphrase representing the contents of the article. Title should not contain any abbreviations, if so, must be expended.



It may as well reflect to quality of the article. It should provide a realistic delivery of study, the appropriate literature on the topic, and the projected methodology or result. It needs to attract the viewer’s attention from wide reach of scientific disciplines.

Materials And Methods

It should encompass the complete outline of the study. The details of materials or members, evaluations, description of involvements and types of investigations are to be included. Advanced trials should be stated evidently and specific variations of published techniques are to be cited briefly

The Methods section should be subdivided based on the research work by sub headings and sub-sub headings denoting to the methods applied, subsections for statistics, reagents and animal models are also considered. A clear statement of approval from the institutional/ university/ national ethical committee should be obtained in case of animal/human subjects are used in the experiments. A recordkeeping ID/number should be furnished for the clinical trials on human subjects. There must to be no repetition between the Methods section and the Supplementary Information if provided with.


Units might as well have a single space between the number and the unit, and follow SI nomenclature or the terminology regular to a specific field.

Figures And Tables

Figures and tables should be submitted as individual files. Authors required to make sure that all figures and tables must have a legend and are cited in the text in a consecutive order. All submitted figures must be in high resolution and .jpg or .tiff format. Tables should not be in image or figure format. Scanned images/ figures with copyrights are not accepted for publication. In case of reuse of published figure/table authors need to provide the copyright permission from the publisher and or cited properly in the article.

Results And Discussion

It should furnish the complete specifics of experimentations that support the conclusion. Results and Discussions may be merged or separated as a segment. Assumption and descriptive scrutiny of information are not to be unified in the results section, but can be included in the part of discussion.


It take in confirmation of individuals, grant particulars, funds or resources, and conflict of interest. Author should acknowledge the author contributions such design, data collection, preparation of article should be mentioned. All listed authors are in authority for the content and subsequent revisions of the article. Financial support from the university/ institute/ public/ private sectors should be stated in the manuscript. Complete information of funding source including a grant number and grant holder name must be stated. Grantees from NIH/WELCOME trust may the final accepted article for inclusion in PMC public access repository (


Apendex or supplementary data should be submitted in a separate file and cited in the text of the article. Supplementary data may include figures, tables and text with citation which supports the study. An exceptional link will be provided to the supporting information on the journal web page and is not charged.


The text contained within each article should be maintained with appropriate references in a consecutive order ensure that the references are up-to-date and cited correctly. Authors are requested to submit the references in prescribed format.


Authors need to transfer the copyrights to the publisher as soon as the article accepted for publication under relevant license which permits to distribute, reprocess and or reprint of the published work. Under the license the transfer of rights includes material such as tables, figures, supplementary data and any part of the article can be reused. Authors retain patent, trademark, and IP rights including the original findings of their work.

Copyrights Transfer

In case of replica of any published work or a part of it such as figures/tables/text, etc corresponding author is a reliable person to obtain the copyrights from the previous publisher. It is obligatory to state the copyright transference evidence wherever necessary and make sure that cited properly.


In science publication, it is preferable to authenticate errors are quite common; however, should not disturb the exactness and or systematic quality of the journal. In any cases scientific misconduct and errors in experimental methodology also not acceptable in publication. To maintain the journal quality, the editors of ClinicSearch journals follow an internationally accepted retraction policy. When authors fail to observe the ethical code, when found any plagiarised or copied content in the published article will be subjected to retract. A notification will be published on the website with reasons. Citation and web link is available on the retraction note. In case of high degree of discussion on a published article, letters will be published to exchange the matter.


Erratum section includes a note of corrections at different construction levels in a published article will be provide in the succeeding issue of the journal. In this section only writing errors, editing and typesetting errors, mistakes in tables and figures will be corrected and published


Corrigendum encompasses corrections submitted by the authors in published article are corrected and published, Author must ensure that these corrections should not modify the results nor conclusion of the published article. Any errors in units of measurements, misidentification of strains, authorship, affiliations, etc are considered to change only when corresponding author send a statement to the editorial office with list of corrections and an attached document with the all co-authors approval for the changes

Commitments for Authors:

ClinicSearch is ardent supporter to the Budapest Open Access Initiative (BOAI). In accordance with the (BOAI): All articles published by ClinicSearch journals are under the terms of Creative Commons Attribution License. This permits anyone read, download, copy, share, print or use them for any other legalized determination, without asking permission from the publisher or the author, the original work and source is appropriately cited

Offers authors the option to publish research through an article processing charge, that is covered by the author or a sponsor. our authors retain their copyright and publish their work under a Creative Commons license.

Maintaining Research Results

The results of research should be recorded and maintained in a form that allows analysis and review, both by collaborators before publication and by other scientists for a reasonable period after publication. Exceptions may be appropriate in certain circumstances to preserve privacy, to assure patent protection, or for similar reasons.

Fabrication of data is an egregious departure from the expected norms of scientific conduct, as is the selective reporting of data with the intent to mislead or deceive, as well as the theft of data or research results from others.

Publication and Authorship

The authors’ central obligation is to present a concise, accurate account of the research performed as well as an objective discussion of its significance. A paper should contain sufficient detail and references to public sources of information to permit others to repeat the work.

Proper acknowledgment of the work of others used in a research project must always be given. Authors should cite publications that have been influential in determining the nature of the reported work. Information obtained privately, as in conversation, correspondence, or discussion with third parties, should not be used or reported without explicit permission from the investigator with whom the information originated. Information obtained in the course of confidential services, such as refereeing manuscripts or grant applications, cannot be used without permission of the author of the work being used.

Authors must obtain permission for use of any previously published materials from the original publisher. Proof of permission must be provided before manuscripts containing previously published material can be published. Proper credit lines for all previously published material must be included in the manuscript.

Guidelines for requesting permission for reuse of published materials

Re-use of Material from Conference Proceedings

ClinicSearch Publishing allows authors to make fair and reasonable re-use of material from their conference proceedings article. Such re-use must keep with the standards and ethics of scientific publishing. As a rule, conference proceedings must be viewed in the same way as any other publication, and re-use of such materials must follow the standard ethical principles that apply to duplicate publication. Whether the new submission meets a journal’s standards will depend on the degree of overlap with the prior publication and the nature of the new material. The editors of the journals will decide whether an author has applied “fair and reasonable” re-use standards or whether an article derived from a conference proceeding has enough additional material to warrant a new publication. Authors who derive a journal article from their proceedings paper must obtain copyright permission from the original publisher if figures or tables are reused and should include a citation to their proceedings paper.

Authorship should be limited to those who have made a significant contribution to the concept, design, execution, or interpretation of the research study. All those who have made significant contributions should be offered the opportunity to be listed as authors. Other individuals who have contributed to the study should be acknowledged, but not identified as authors. The sources of financial support for the project should be disclosed.

All collaborators share some degree of responsibility for any paper they co-author.

Only persons who have significantly contributed to the research should be listed as authors. The author who submits the paper for publication should ensure that all appropriate coauthors and no inappropriate coauthors are included on the paper, and that all coauthors have seen the final version of the paper and have agreed to its submission for publication.

Some coauthors have responsibility for the entire paper as an accurate, verifiable report of the research. These include, for example, coauthors who are accountable for the integrity of the critical data reported in the paper, carry out the analysis, write the manuscript, present major findings at conferences, or provide scientific leadership for junior colleagues. Other coauthors may have responsibility mainly for specific, limited contributions to a paper.

Every coauthor should have the opportunity to review the manuscript before it is submitted for publication. All coauthors have an obligation to provide prompt retractions or correction of errors in published works. Any individual unwilling or unable to accept appropriate responsibility for a paper should not be a coauthor.

Author Obligations

The corresponding author must have the approval of all other listed authors for the submission and publication of all versions of the manuscript.

Anyone who has made independent contributions to the manuscript should be invited to become a co-author.

The submitted manuscript must contain unpublished original work and not be under consideration for publication by any other journal, other than in oral, poster or abstract formats. Duplicate publications are never acceptable.

The authors’ central obligation is to present a concise, accurate account of the research and an objective discussion of its significance. A paper should contain sufficient detail and references to public sources of information to permit others to repeat the work.

Plagiarism or self-plagiarism constitutes unethical scientific behavior and is never acceptable.

Any part of the submitted manuscript that derives from prior published work, including work by the same authors, must be properly cited.

Fragmentation of research papers is not acceptable. Publications should be organized so that each paper gives a complete account of a particular aspect of the research.

Criticism of a paper in either a Comment or article must be professional, substantive, and free of polemics.

If any of the preceding guidelines ceases to be true, the authors have a duty to notify the Editor as soon as possible so that corrective action can be taken.

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