Conflict of interest

All participants in the peer-review and publication process (authors, referees, members of editorial board) must inform the editor-in-chief about any conflict of interest related to personal, family, financial, political or religious issues as well as any competing interest while fulfilling their roles in the process of article review and publication, and must inform about all relationships that could be considered as potential conflict of interest. Editorial staff or referees should resign from the assignment if any conflict of interest occurs as a result of competition, collaboration or other relations with any of the authors, companies or organizations related to the article.