Frequently Asked Questions

Clyto Access holds Gold Open Access (OA) publishing which is devoted to provide access to quality peer-reviewed journals covering a broad range of research in life sciences and medical research along with technology and management under Creative Commons Attribution License..

Clyto Access is dedicated to make significant contributions to the scientific community by integrating the core concepts of research and providing top-notch information globally. Our work is built on the strengths of the traditional research and focuses on large questions whose answers would provide many practical benefits.

According to Journal Citation Reports (JCR), Impact Factor (IF) is a measure of the frequency with which the average article in a journal has been cited in a particular year.
The Impact Factor is calculated as ratio between numbers of citations in a particular year for the articles in a journal to the number of articles published in that journal during previous two years.

DOI is an abbreviated form for Digital Objective Identifier, a permanent unique identifier for an electronic document used to cite and link the published article electronically. Clyto Access is a registered member of CrossRef and provides DOI for all the published articles immediately.

Clyto Access is dedicated to provide swift publication process and aims to complete the whole process in 6 weeks. For more details refer to our Peer-Review policy.

Clyto Access embraces COPE guidelines to achieve standard peer review system. All journals from operate open peer review process.

Clyto Access does not charge any manuscript submission fee. The author will be asked to pay the article processing charge, only when a manuscript has been accepted for publication.

Clyto Access publishes all types of articles but with defined types of articles to each journal. For further information, please refer to author instructions of the respective journal.

The publication charge for an article varies accordingly to the journal. For more details visit Article Processing Charges.

Waiver in the Article Processing Charge will be granted to the authors with no funds from low income countries. Fee waiver requests are considered as individual cases and may be approved in cases of genuine need. For more details on the listed countries, please Click Here.

The corresponding author will be advised to arrange payment once the final revised manuscript gets editorial acceptance to publish. Payment can be made online using a secure payment gateway as soon as the article has been editorially accepted.

To join the conference related to a journal, please contact the Journal Editor to avail the maximum benefits and easy registrations through editorial office. Special discounts and memberships will be provided to authors, Researchers and editors of the particular journal.

Clyto Access aims to index all its articles in PubMed and it has taken the process to fulfil indexing requirements. However, Clyto Access considers articles with grants from NIH for immediate submission to PubMed indexing.

We are working towards publishing qualitative articles and archiving, indexing with prestigious academic indexes including Index Copernicus, Google Scholar, CAS, PubsHub, DOAJ, SHERPA Romeo, PubsHub, Scirus, EBSCO, Ulrichs Web, JSTOR, MEDLINE, Pubmed Central, Scimago, Scopus, Socolar, Zetoc etc.

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Initially we assign the manuscript to reviewers and finally to EIC for final approval. The final decision of the manuscript includes the subject area, contribution of the article to the scientific field and advances/findings in the relevant area.

Once the submission process is complete, you will receive an e-mail. An update of your manuscript will be informed again through an e-mail.

Occasionally, emails sent by Clyto may go to spam filter. Most recent software's contain spam or junk folder so it is worth of checking it. When you notice Clyto emails in these folders, you can set your program just by clicking "NOT SPAM" or "NOT JUNK" buttons to move the mails to your primary inbox.

Clyto Access offers three different types of memberships to Individuals, Institutional universities/Organizations, and Industry professionals that would like to publish their research in an Open Access journal without having to directly incur any Article Processing Charges. For more details on membership and its benefits, please click on the following link: Membership

Clyto Access Journals uses the general numbered citation method. References are listed and numbered in the order that they appear in the text. In the text, citations should be indicated by the reference number in brackets. Ex: In PCSs reported, adenocarcinoma was usually high grade [6]. Few authors proposed that both carcinoma and sarcoma developed within the prostate, while others suggested that adenocarcinoma underwent transformation into sarcoma [7,9,14,15].
Journal Reference

Author details (surname and initial(s)): Article title. abbrevated form of the Journal name(if known) year, volume no: page numbers. Ex: Dokmanovic M, Clarke C and Marks PA. Histone deacetylase inhibitors: overview and perspectives. Mol Cancer Res. 2007; 5:981-9.


Author details (surname and initial(s)): Chapter Title. Details of Edition (if any), Title of the Book. Year, page no's. Ex: Bartol CR and Bartol AM: History of Forensic Psychology. In Weiner IB and Hess AK (Eds.), The Handbook of Forensic Psychology 2005, 1-27.

References to articles accepted but not yet published should be labeled as “in press” or “forthcoming.” Data from manuscripts submitted but not accepted should be cited in the text as “unpublished observations” with written permission from the source.

In accordance to Creative Commons Attribution License authors retain copyright for their articles and provide permanent online access for free.

Payments can be done only in US ($) Dollars.

Clyto Access does not encourage cancellation or refund once the article is published online since this is done after author's approval of our Open Access Authorship Agreement.