Templates Download below:

  • Main File Without the names of the authors (download)
  • Title page (download)
  • Copyright Form (download)
  • Conflict of Interest Form (download)

Manuscripts accepted for publication will be published as open-access articles, immediately free to read, download, and share. Authors or their funder will be required to pay an Article Publication Charge upon acceptance. Please refer to the article publication charges page for more details for inquiries, contact tpb@nabea.pub 

The average submission to the first decision is 2 weeks.


 All papers submitted to the Journal must follow these guidelines. Failure to do so will result in the manuscript being returned to the author and a probable delay in publication. Manuscripts can be submitted using the Internet. Beginning with the title page, all pages should be numbered sequentially in the upper right-hand corner.


The journal expects the submitting author (alone) to supply an ORCID iD when submitting an article as part of our commitment to assisting writers at every step of the publication process. It takes about 2 minutes to perform this task. For more information, go here.


A submission template of a cover letter is available Within the System.


Between the Acknowledgements and References sections, all authors should state all relevant and prospective conflicts of interest as "Conflict of Interest." If any of the manuscript's authors is a current Editor or Editorial Board Member of TPB, please provide that information in your comment. As part of the initial manuscript submission procedure, all authors will be asked to fill out a conflict of interest declaration form. The corresponding author is in charge of collecting completed forms from all manuscript authors.


Authors must mention that the protocol for the research study has been authorized by a properly formed Ethics Committee of the institution where the work was done and that it complies with the rules of the Human Subjects Protection Act.  Declaration of Helsinki. All human subjects research must contain a statement stating that the subject granted informed permission. The privacy of patients should be protected. Photographs must be edited so that human subjects are not identifiable (or an eye bar should be used). Any animal trials must be shown to be ethically appropriate and, when applicable, follow national criteria for animal use in research.


The sections of a manuscript should be presented in the following order: I the title page, (ii) the abstract, abbreviations, and the clinical trial register with their clinical registration number at the conclusion of the abstract, (viii) references, (ix) appendices (if any), (x) figure legends, (xi) a list of Supporting Information (if any; with the codec used if they are videos), (xii) tables (each table complete with title and footnotes), (xii) figures Text footnotes are not permitted; instead, such information should be included into the text as parenthetical stuff.

Word count

The number of words allowed for each article category should not be exceeded. The word count for the Original Article includes the title page, abstract, and figure legends. The title page, abstract, references, and figure legends are all included in the word count for the other article categories.

  1. Original article length: up to 5000 words (excluding references), plus a 250-word abstract. There are no restrictions on the number of tables and figures that can be included.
  2. A review paper should be 4000-5000 words long (with up to 80 references), with a 250-word abstract and 4–6 tables or figures in total.
  3. Mini-reviews are summaries of recent insights in specific research areas within the scope of the Journal.
  4. Short communications are suitable for the presentation of research that extends previously published research, including the reporting of additional controls and confirmatory results in other settings, as well as negative results.
  5. A letter to the editor (sometimes abbreviated LTTE or LTE) is a letter sent to a publication about issues of concern from its readers. In academic publishing, letters to the editor of an academic journal are usually open post-publication reviews of a paper, often critical of some aspect of the original paper.


Main document: Word

  1. Title page.
  2. Abstract.
  3. Keywords.
  4. Introduction.
  5. Materials and Methods.
  6. Results.
  7. Discussion.
  8. Conclusion.
  9. Acknowledgments.
  10. Conflict of interest.
  11. Reference.



All references should be numbered sequentially in order of appearance and as thorough as feasible. Citations in the text should be in numerical sequence, using Arabic superscript numerals. Citing and referencing: Vancouver and add DOI for each reference.