Published papers and scientific contributions are attributed to the author(s), despite the journal is an open access journal, where readers, researchers and institutions have free access to all the published articles in the journal concerning print, copy, and quotation, and sharing links, but article and author(s) need to be cited.
Everyone who has a contribution to the scientific article must mention his name in the list of authors, and the correspondence author is responsible for achieving this, according to the priority of contributions. In addition, the correspondence author is responsible for informing all of the authors of the final version of the article and their approval of it. For human research (experimental, clinical and pharmaceutical) it is necessary to comply with international agreements as amended by the World Medical Association in Helsinki in October 2013 (http://www.wma.net/). As for research on experimental animals, authors must adhere to animal rights and the Guidelines for the Care and Use of Animals (https://nap.nationalacademies.org/catalog/5140/guide-for-the-care-and-use-of-laboratory-animals).
Changes on Manuscript
Changes on the submitted are not allowed ones the acceptance letter received by author(s), unless the editorial board contacted for necessity. Also, no author can be added or deleted.
Disputes about authorship are best settled at the local level, before journal reviews the manuscript. However, at their discretion editors may become involved in resolving authorship disputes. Changes in authorship at any stage of manuscript review, revision, or acceptance should be accompanied by a written request and explanation from all of the original authors.
User License Agreement
Kirkuk J. Sci provides access to archived material through Kirkuk J. Sci. archives. All articles published open access will be immediately and permanently free for everyone to read and download. Permitted reuse is defined by Creative Commons user license called "Creative Common Attribution" (Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0)).
Conflict of Interest
The authors should be included at the end part of their submitted manuscript a paragraph titled "Conflict of interest" This paragraph should be located before the references section; in; in this section, the authors should explain and state all the potential conflicts of interest concerning the submitted manuscript, and all should approve this part contributed authors.