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Publication Fees

No

GSZ Members

Others *

Code 

Description

Price in US$

Code

Price in

US$

1

JSRM02A

Review Article

300

JSRM02B

450

2

JSRM03A

Original Article

250

JSRM03B

380

3

JSRM04A

Brief Communication /

Case Report

150

JSRM04B

200

4

JSRM05A

Opinions

150

JSRM05B

200

5

JSRM06A

Letter to the Editor

0

JSRM06B

0

6

JSRM07A

Proceedings of a meeting

A*

JSRM07B

A*

7

JSRM08A

Images (each)

50

JSRM08B

75

7

JSRM08AV

Video File (25 MB each)#

80

JSRM08BV

125

7

JSRM09

Book Review

150

JSRM09B

200

# If the size of the video file exceeds 25MB, an additional charge of US$80 will be leived for every 25 MB for GSZ members for each video file and US$125 for every additional 25 MB for others for each video file.

* Corresponding Authors from Developing nations can apply for a subsidized fee similar to the GSZ members on the following criteria:

1. The study should not have been funded by any external agency.

2. The study should have focused on contribution to issues pertaining to
the local community or issues in developing nations.

We use the World Bank Country Classification table to identify developing countries. While applying for waiver kindly send a cover letter by email to webmaster@pubstemcell.com with the following information after submission of the manuscript using the JSRM Online Manuscript Submission System:

Decision on the waiver will be solely with the Editorial board and publisher.

A* For publishing Proceedings of Meetings in JSRM

Regarding the request for publication of any proceedings of a meeting, please contact the journal before starting to accept the abstracts from authors, by email to webmaster@pubstemcell.com with the following details.

The cost/expenses incurred for publishing the proceedings of meeting vary according to the number of abstracts, sessions, etc. which will be decided on a case to case basis after discussions between the publisher and the conference organizer.