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    In terms of ethical principles of article publication, the journal is obliged to watch the rights of authors, owners of the work, and content producers on the one hand, and has to keep the rights of its audience and readers, on the other. Thus, to observe this issue and in order to be in line with international scientific society, it has based its performance on ethical laws of worldwide publication and has established its policies on this basis.

    Eltiam Journal believes that all individuals, involved with the publication process of an article (the author, journal crew, and reviewers) should accept the ethical laws and charters of the journal and act accordingly. The journal follows the rules and regulations of the Committee of Publication Ethics (COPE).

    All papers will be controlled by the members of the editorial board for their authenticity. Articles that have outstanding similarities with published texts in other journals or are already published in a way somewhere else, will be returned to the corresponding author.

    The corresponding author must submit a letter of commitment on the fact that their submitted article has not been published in another journal completely or partially, or has not been submitted somewhere else for review. It is necessary for the corresponding author to explicitly and clearly state these matters in the letter they send to the chief editor of Veterinary Research Journal.

    Based on Eltiam Journal’s regulations, under graduate students could not be corresponding authors of the submitted articles.

    The names of everyone who has actively cooperated in designing and preparing the research and collecting, analyzing, and interpreting the data should be mentioned as authors.

    The names of people who have only played role in financing the research must not be mentioned among the authors and must come in the acknowledgment.

    All authors must have read the final edition of the article and should accept its publication in the journal.

    All accepted articles in the journal are considered the complete or partial intellectual property of Eltiam Journal.

    All content of the Journal is published with open access under the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0). This license allows users to copy and redistribute the article under the following conditions:

    - Share — copy and redistribute the material in any medium or format.   - Adapt — remix, transform, and build upon the material for any purpose, even commercially.