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Articles involving human research must abide by three main guidelines, Nuremberg Code, Declaration of Helsinki, Belmont Report. Under the rules, a clinical trial that requires human subjects must be autonomy, beneficence, and justice. Authors are obliged to declare and clearly specify any restrictions on the availability or the use of human data in the manuscript. Authors should identify the committee or organization ID (e.g. author’s Institutional Ethics Review Board) approving the experiments during the submitting process, if possible.
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