Open Access Journals | Peer - Review - Process | Bioaccent Group

Peer review of each article submitted by the author is very important. Peer review puts the seal of approval by an authority in the chosen domain. With the growth in the amount and magnitude of scientific information put in the public domain, and the number of organizations promoting research publication in the open access category, the need for scrutiny of each article for its genuineness and consistency is vital.

The peer review process helps in establishing the difference between domain accuracy and inaccuracy, and sends only the useful information to the readers and researchers. The peers who review author's articles are qualified scientific experts, with extensive domain knowledge. Most importantly, the peers study the plausibility of research claims made by individual authors, before a paper goes for open access publishing.

The peer review process at Bioaccent includes

  • The author's research work or article is sent to several other scientists who work in the same field.

  • The reviewers provide feedback on the article.

  • The reviewer informs the editor whether or not they think the study is of high enough quality to be published.

  • The reviewer's corrections and suggestions are sent to the authors who may then revise their article and resubmit it for consideration.

  • The articles that meet established scientific benchmarks and standards are accepted for publication at our open access journals.