Oncotarget is an English journal formed in the year 2010 with the aim of educating people on health matters such as prevention, care, and treatment of cancer. Its chief editors are Mikhall and Gudkovrenown, who are researchers and educationists. In writing the journal on msubmit.net, they follow the agreed standards that publishers are required to abide to—the COPE rules. Usually, its contents are posted on their well-designed website where anyone can access the information.
Oncotarget highlights the research underway in cancer-related ailments. Furthermore, they rely on reviews provided to improve their standards, and they can determine the traffic to and provide insight on the standard age groups that visit them.
Oncotarget and social media
They are found on social media sites like the Facebook, Twitter. It’s in the spirit of reaching large audience globally. Also, it’s an efficiency way to be close to the targeted group on impactjournals.com. The company goes with the trend that says social media have become an important tool in content the information.
How it works
Oncotarget works by reviewing the manuscripts by highlighting all the steps they are in. When the paper is forwarded, the editors are given the task to edit after which they give reviewers to pass through the journal. Lastly, the decision is made by the chief editors who then send word back to the original author. The merit of this system is that you can check the progress of your article by logging in and checking its status.
Oncotarget publish sensitive papers of importance which range from research oriented studies. The research is mostly scientific and deal with ailments associated with aging like cancer, hypertension, and other diseases.
Oncotarget and E-cigarette research
The study analyzed the impact of E-liquid on the teeth; Dr. IrfanRahman conducted it, and the result was that it indeed caused more harm in the mouth particularly the gum. It causes the inflammatory of the cells. On the other hand, these types of cigarettes act as a catalyst in the entry of microorganisms and other diseases causing substances. Moreover, it increases the chances of getting cancer.
It was concerned with the investigation of MET amplification in gastric cancer to further examine change in the genetic material to gastric cancer. FISH analysis was conducted on scimagojr.com, and the result showed little subgroups of gastric cancer responded to MET-TKIs.