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As an open access journal, we are committed to promoting the highest standards of publication ethics and preventing any form of malpractice in the research publication process. Our editorial team, authors, and reviewers must adhere to the following guidelines:
Authorship and Originality: All authors must ensure that their work is original and has not been previously published or submitted elsewhere. Any form of plagiarism, data fabrication, or manipulation of data is considered unethical and unacceptable. All authors must agree to the final version of the manuscript and take responsibility for its content.
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