International Journal of Cancer Research and Prevention Studies

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The following criteria provide an overview of the types of studies considered by the journal:

Findings that have not been previously published in another tumor model.

Studies performed in multiple cell lines.

Conclusions that are not representative of incremental findings.

Studies that include a clearly written title and abstract that communicate the study's impact of significance to non-experts.

An incisive rationale that could interest a broad audience.

Manuscripts containing in vivo data. Although in vivo data is not required, studies containing this data are preferred.

A potentially generalizable, broad impact conclusion.

Studies that describe RNA interference (RNAi) must contain one non-specific control and two specific siRNAs for each knockdown target of interest. Additional data is required that demonstrates knockdown achievement at the level of protein expression (not just mRNA).



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