Peer Review

Every manuscript is reviewed by two independent referees selected by the editors, using a single-blind review. Authors can submit the names and addresses of appropriate reviewers. 

The decision concerning acceptance or rejection of a manuscript will be made by the editors, and will depend on the evaluation by the referees.

After the evaluation of the manuscript, it could be rejected or returned to the author with the suggestions of the referees. 

The revised manuscript must be returned to the editor with an accompanying letter specifying the changes made in response to those suggestions; changes to the manuscript must be marked with a different text color.

The editor evaluates the corrected manuscript and decides if a new external revision is required.

The editor decides to accept the manuscript or return it to the authors for additional corrections. 

In some cases, the authors are invited to resubmit a rejected manuscript.