Larix Journals uncompromisingly follows COPE guidelines and does not entertain any kind of scientific malpractice in the manuscripts. Larix journals highly believes in maintaining the standards and never accepts for an alteration in the quality of the manuscripts. The manuscripts will be evaluated in various aspects of plagiarism, misrepresentation of the data, manipulation of images, falsified interpretation of data etc.
Larix journals complies a serious retraction policy where the manuscripts that meet the above-stated conditions will be retracted from publishing and is displayed on a separate web page titled as “Retracted Manuscripts”. This policy is only to ensure that the research and information submitted by the authors are original and is not a stolen or theft data.
The Editor-in-Chief of the journal will hold responsibility towards retraction of the manuscripts and take the necessary action against these malpractices. In case of finding that the information provided in these manuscripts is plagiarized from previously published manuscripts, the editor will recheck the genuineness of the research by inquiring the authors’ institution and all the authors of the manuscript will hold an equal responsibility and are liable for mentioned punishments, if the claims are proved.
Larix journals in these cases boldly displays the retracted articles in all formats on its website to avoid further unprofessional and unethical practices. The authors of the retracted manuscripts can contact the editorial office and prove their genuineness with the proper fact sheets and evidence that support their data as original and not fabricated.