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The Translational Research in Urology is published quarterly (once a season).
View the current list of the Translational Research in Urology’s Editorial Board members is in the "Journal Info" section (http://www.transresurology.com/journal/editorial.board).
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Authors are free to submit several numbers of articles which are compatible with our "Guide for Authors".
Submissions are acknowledged quickly through an e-mail. All manuscripts submitted to the Translational Research in Urology are subjected to the peer-review process. The primary check of similarity (plagiarism) and manuscript format will be done between 2-5 days but it will takes 1-2 months from the date of submission until receiving the journal’s final decision. However, it depends on the length of time between the revision request and author’s reply
Translational Research in Urology uses the Vancouver style of note formatting. Cited references and explanatory notes should be presented in one section of consecutively numbered endnotes. Additional information on our note style, along with examples, is available on our "Guide for Authors" section (http://www.transresurology.com/journal/authors.note).
Translational Research in Urology supports the Open Access initiative. Abstracts and full texts (PDF format) of all articles published by Translational Research in Urology are freely accessible to everyone immediately upon publication. Translational Research in Urology also does not charge any submission or publication fees.
Although you will receive proofs from editorial office before your manuscript is published, the purpose of these proofs is to pick up inaccuracies or typographical errors. You will not be able to make editorial changes at this stage. Indeed, it is essential that you ensure that the version you submit for publication in Translational Research in Urology is your final version.