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Act in a balanced, objective, and unbiased manner with regard to gender, sexual orientation, religious or political beliefs, and ethnic or geographical origin of the authors.
Make decisions to accept or reject a manuscript for publication with reference only to the manuscript's importance, originality, clarity, and relevance to the journal.
Consider the use of the authors' suggested peer reviewers for their submitted articles while maintaining the right to choose other peer reviewers.
Ensure the confidentiality of the names and other details of peer reviewers.
Gather and interpret data honestly and without breaching copyrights. When reproducing figures and/or schemes from previous publications, it is the authors' responsibility to obtain appropriate permissions from the relevant publishers.
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Ensure that manuscripts are submitted for publication in only one journal at a time.
Notify promptly the editor or publisher if a significant error in their published article is identified and cooperate with the editors and publisher to release an error proof article.
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Be aware of potential conflicts of interest (financial, institutional, collaborative, or other relationships between the reviewer and author) and be willing to alert the editor to these, even if it means withdrawing themselves from reviewing a manuscript.
Be vigilant for plagiarized material and/or falsified and/or manipulated data and be willing to alert the editor if this is suspected in a manuscript.
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