Authors should follow mentioned guidelines while submitting their manuscripts. Once your Manuscript is submitted a thorough Plagiarism check will be done. Only Original best Quality written articles with no plagiarism articles will be accepted.

Our well esteemed editorial board members will do a double blind peer review process along with the language revision services.

  • Peer review process is double blinded along with well constructed feedback.
  • Editors can suggest feedback in all aspects along with language revision services.

Type of Articles accepted by Moraft

We accept articles that are based on true and crucial information that need to be explored on the latest research findings. Moraft offers multiple article types to maximise your options for disseminating your work. The type of the article depends on the credit of the knowledge and with specific appearance it'll be convenient to the reader. However Only article types that appear in the drop-down menu during your manuscripts submission process are available for submission to the selected section.

Please make sure that any manuscript you submit to Moraft confirms to the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE) recommendations for publication ethics, as well as to the general article requirements. All submitted manuscripts will be checked by plagiarism detection software, out of which the level of uniqueness of the article should be considered as high priority for the acceptance.

Original Research/ Fresh articles

Original Research articles report on primary and unpublished studies. The research should be new and it has to provide contribution towards their respective fields of research. Original Research can also encompass confirming studies and disconfirming results which permit hypothesis elimination, reformulation and/or report on the non-reproducibility of previously published results. It never has got to publish before and there should be clear evidences showing the research and methodologies. Original Research articles are peer-reviewed, have a maximum word count of 12,000 and should contain no quite 15 Figures/Tables. Original Research articles should have the following format: 1) Abstract, 2) Introduction, 3) Materials and Methods, 4) Results, 5) Discussion.

Systematic Review/ Review

Systematic Review articles present a synthesis of previous research on a given topic that uses systematic and clearly defined methods to spot , categorize, analyse and report aggregated evidence on a selected topic. It should be telling something about the article and will be in first person. Included during this article type are meta-synthesis, meta-analysis, systematic review, and systematic review with a meta-analysis. Systematic Reviews articles are peer-reviewed, have a maximum word count of 12,000 and should contain no over 15 Figures/Tables. Systematic reviews should: Clearly define the research question in terms of population, interventions, comparators, outcomes and study designs (PICOS), state which reporting guidelines were utilized in the study (for design and reporting, conform to the reporting guidelines in your field (e.g., PRISMA, Cochrane, Campbell), include the PRISMA flow chart as a part of your submission.

Systematic Review articles should have the subsequent format: 1) Abstract, 2) Introduction, 3) Methods (including study design; participants; interventions; comparators; systematic review protocol; search strategy; data sources; studies sections and data extraction; data analysis), 4) Results (including a flow chart of the studies retrieved for the review; study selection and characteristics; synthesized findings; assessment of risk of bias), 5) Discussion (including summary of main findings; limitations; conclusions). The title should include the words systematic review/meta-synthesis/meta-analysis, as appropriate.

Mini Review

Mini Review articles are mainly focused aspects of a current area of investigation and its recent developments in the global world of research. They offer a succinct and clear summary of the topic, allowing readers to get up-to-date on new developments and emerging concepts, as well as discuss the following aspects that are different controversies, Potential future developments in the field.

Mini Reviews articles are peer-reviewed, have a maximum word count of 4000 and should contain approximately 2 Figures/Tables. Mini Review articles should have the following format: 1) Abstract, 2) Introduction, 3)Sub-sections relevant for the subject, 4) Discussion. Mini Review articles must not include unpublished material and should be rejected or reclassified, at a big delay, if we found to include such content.

Case Report

Case Reports must be unique and highlighted cases of human or animal patients that present with an unexpected/ diagnosis, treatment outcome, or clinical course which can be used as a reference to the budding up researchers. Case Reports are peer-reviewed, have a maximum word count of 5,000 and may contain 4 display items (figures, tables, or videos). Case Reports should have the subsequent format: 1) Abstract, 2) Introduction: including what's unique about the case and medical literature references, 3) Case description: including de-identified patient information, relevant physical examination and other clinical findings, relevant past interventions and their outcomes, 4) A figure or table showcasing a timeline with relevant data from the episode of care, 5) Diagnostic assessment, details on the therapeutic intervention, follow-up and outcomes, 6) Discussion: strengths and limitations of the approach to the case, discussion of the relevant medical literature (similar and contrasting cases), take-away lessons from the case, 7) Patient perspective. Authors are required to get written consent from the patients (or their legal representatives) for the publication. Only Case Reports that are original and significantly advance the field will be considered.

Preparing a Manuscript

Organization of the Manuscript

Every Manuscript has the fixed format, which contains title, abstract and keywords. The title should have to reflect the summary of the article. Names of the authors, their affiliations and the contact details are necessary. Abstract should be between 250-300 words and without any abbreviations and references. Keywords are necessary for indexing purposes.

Manuscripts must be written in English as original language and must be submitted in MS.WORD format, the document text should be given double-space, including references. Submitting an incomplete manuscript or a manuscript that does not adhere to word limits will cause a delay in review and publication process.

Manuscripts must include the following sections in the order listed.

Title Page

The first page of the manuscript should be a title page with the following:

  • Title (50-word maximum)
  • Abbreviated title (40-characters maximum)
  • Author names and affiliations, including postal codes
  • Corresponding authors and their University information along with thier email address
  • Number of pages submitted
  • Number of figures, tables, multimedia, and 3D models (separately)
  • Number of words for abstract, introduction, and discussion (separately)
  • Conflict of interest statement
  • Acknowledgments

Authors and Affiliations

  1. Submitting and Corresponding Authors: Moraft distinguishes between submitting and corresponding authors and required complete affiliation details for all the Authors participating in the study. The submitting author is the author who submits the manuscript, who have access on behalf all other corresponding authors and is authorized to resubmit, correct, or withdraw the manuscript of the published article.
  2. Article Withdrawal is right for submitting author and should be only before 5 days from the day of submitting the paper. If any submitting author wants to withdrawal the paper after 5 days, he/she needs to deploy it by paying nominal charges for the initial process check happened at the publisher end.
  3. Author Names: Authors may include their names in their native writing system in parentheses immediately following a transliterated version, for example, Jingbing Xue (薛晶冰). Any non-Latin languages that can be represented in Unicode characters will be accepted. This second rendering is allowed only for the original written form of a transliterated name, and may not be used to include nicknames, degrees, ranks, titles, etc.
  4. Author Affiliations: Authors affiliations should be reflecting as and when the primary contribution to the research was made. If an author’s current affiliation differs, the current affiliation may be listed as a separate paragraph in the Acknowledgments to make sure the relevant person is authorized.

Acknowledgments

Acknowledgments should be used to identify all funding sources that are used to note intellectual, technical, or other assistance that does not take any warrant authorship. Acknowledged individuals should be informed before the publication and must be given the opportunity to decline the recognition at any point in time. Promotional statements are not permitted. Funding sources should be listed first with any acknowledgments of assistance following.

Dedications

This can be allowed only if the specific scientific contribution to the work are clearly described in the article and only used for deceased person was one of the authors of the current paper, the date of death should be included. Make sure that Dedications to living people are not permitted.

Conflict of interest

Conflict of interest declarations can be included at the end in the footnotes. When no conflict exists, the footnote will read: “The authors declare no competing financial interests.” It is expected that authors submitting papers to MORAFT are in accordance with COPE guidelines on Conflict of Interest.

Abstract

The abstract should be clearly written and readily comprehensible to the broader readership providing a concise summary of the objectives, methodology (including the species studied and whether one or both sexes were included), key results, and major conclusions of the study. It should be written in complete sentences, without subheadings.

Significance Statement

The Significance Statement should provide a clear explanation of the importance and relevance of the research in a manner accessible to researchers without specialized knowledge in the field and informed lay readers.

Introduction

Introduction must be briefly indicated along with the objectives of the study that provide enough background information to clarify about the study and what hypotheses were tested and resulted up to.

Materials and Methods

The Materials and Methods briefly must be sufficient enough to allow other investigators to repeat the researchers. Reference should be made to all the published procedures wherever needed, including both the original description and pertinent published modifications. The sex of subjects should be stated; if the sex of subjects is unknown as well should be mentioned. All necessary information about the companies from which materials are taken should be listed. If materials were obtained from an individual, an affiliation for that individual should also be listed.

Text and Font Format

The font should be standard, normal and point size should be 12, Times New Roman is considered.

Tables and Figures

Table that are structures are mostly preferred rather than spreadsheet. Arabic Numerals have to be used in tables.

Additional Files

The files which are additional should be in PDF, MOV, SWF and XLS formats.

URLs of sites providing tutorial material are not permitted because their authority and permanence cannot be verified.

Reference to personal or lab websites or their drop boxes are also prohibited because the content of such pages can easily be changed regularly and visiting those pages could compromise reviewer anonymity.

References

References are to be followed resources that offer helpful guidelines on how to report statistical results:

  1. Delaney, A.P., Dan, A., McCaffrey, J., Finfer, S. The role of albumin as a resuscitation fluid for patients with sepsis: A systematic review and meta-analysis. Crit Care Med. 2011;39:386-391.
  2. Hesson-McInnis, American Psychological Association. (2010) Publication manual of the American Psychological Association (6th ed.). Washington, DC. https://my.ilstu.edu/~mshesso/apa_stats.html
  3. Sarter M, Fritschy JM. Reporting statistical methods and statistical results in EJN. Eur J Neurosci. 2008 Dec;28(12):2363–2364 https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/19087166