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As part of the submission process, authors are required to check off their submission's compliance with all of the following items, and submissions may be returned to authors that do not adhere to these guidelines.

  • The submission has not been previously published, nor is it before another journal for consideration (or an explanation has been provided in Comments to the Editor).
  • Article templates files have been used. The submission file is in Microsoft Word file format (.doc, .docx). The text is single-spaced; uses a 12-point Times New Roman font, on A4 size page, with 3.0 cm page margins.
  • Where available, DOIs for the references have been provided.
  • The text adheres to the stylistic and bibliographic requirements outlined in the Author Guidelines.

Veterinarski Glasnik is dedicated to the publication of full research papers, review articles, mini review articles, short communications, technical reports, case reports, what is your diagnosis?, and letters to the Editor, in all aspects of veterinary science and medicine. The journal is devoted to the advancement and dissemination of scientific knowledge concerning veterinary sciences and related academic disciplines, which includes but is not limited to: large and small animal medicine, avian medicine, aquatic animals, wildlife diseases, veterinary surgery, veterinary obstetrics, gynecology, andrology, anatomy, embryology, physiology, biochemistry, molecular biology, pharmacology and clinical pharmacology, microbiology, parasitology, immunology, pathology, histology, molecular diagnostics, infectious diseases, epidemiology, disease dynamics, zoonosis, food hygiene and technology, animal nutrition and clinical nutrition and nutritional deficiency diseases, veterinary hygiene, animal behavior and welfare, forensic medicine, and other biomedical fields.

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 Full research articles; Reviews; Mini Reviews; Short communicationsTechnical reports; Case Reports; What is your Diagnosis?.

Online submission
Review procedure
General guidelines to the journal's style
Layout of manuscripts, style and form
Cover letter
Competing interests
Author’s contributions
Privacy statement

Online submission
By submitting a manuscript, Authors warrant that their contribution to the Journal is their original work, that it has not been published before, that it is not under consideration for publication elsewhere, and that its publication has been approved by all co-authors, if any, and tacitly or explicitly by the responsible authorities at the institution where the work was carried out. Authors are exclusively responsible for the contents of their submissions, the validity of the experimental results and must make sure they have permission from all involved parties to make the data public. Authors wishing to include figures or text passages that have already been published elsewhere are required to obtain permission from the copyright holder(s) and to include evidence that such permission has been granted when submitting their papers. Any material received without such evidence will be assumed to originate from the Authors. Authors must make sure that only contributors who have significantly contributed to the submission are listed as authors and, conversely, that all contributors who have significantly contributed to the submission are listed as authors.

Registration and/or login are required to submit items online and to check the status of current submissions. Please note that by signing up and submitting your manuscript to Veterinarski Glasnik you agree to the Journal’s terms and conditions. All correspondence, including notification of the Editor's decision and requests for revision, is by e-mail.

Our online submission system guides you stepwise through the process of entering your article details and uploading your files. Editable files (Microsoft Word, .doc, .docx format) are required to typeset your article for final publication. Please write your text in good English (American or British usage is accepted, but not a mixture of these). The Editor reserves the right to amend submitted manuscripts to a suitable standard of formal, written English.

Manuscripts are pre-evaluated at the Editorial Office in order to check whether they meet the basic publishing requirements and quality standards. They are also screened for plagiarism. Authors will be notified by email upon receiving their submission. Only those contributions which conform to the following instructions can be accepted for peer-review. Otherwise, the manuscripts will be returned to the authors with observations, comments and annotations.

The Journal Veterinarski Glasnik uses open-source software for the management of peer-reviewed academic journals, the Open Journal System (OJS), created by the Public Knowledge Project (PKP), released under the GNU General Public License. Instructions for the submission using OJS 3.0 are available on the GitBook Page (OJS 3.0 User Guide” © by PKP > Chapter 9: Authoring).

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Review procedure
Veterinarski Glasnik offers a fast online and printed publication for all articles which have not been published or considered for publication elsewhere, and peer review is managed electronically.

Authors are required to provide the contact details of three potential peer reviewers, but the final decision on the choice of reviewers rests with the Editor without any obligation to contact any of the Author-recommended peer reviewers. The Editor nominates peer reviewers (at least two) upon recommendation of the Advisory Board and Editorial Board members. The submitted manuscripts are sent to the reviewers together with the instructions for reviewers (Guidance for Peer Reviewers) and accompanyning reviewers’ evaluation forms. Acceptance of the manuscript is based on the reviews and on the final decisions of the reviewers regarding the acceptability of the manuscript. A reviewer's decision is one of three: "Accept without revision", "Accept subject to revision" or "Decline". If there is marked discrepancy in the decisions between the reviewers, the Editor can send the manuscript to another reviewer for additional comments and further decision or the paper is rejected. Names and individual decisions of the reviewers are not transmitted to the author or vice versa (double blind review). The peer review process is expected, in general, to start within two weeks of submission of the manuscript. The Corresponding Author must indicate clearly in a separate letter what alterations have been made in response to the reviewers’ comments point by point, and giving the relevant new line numbers using Final show markup view under Track Changes in MS Word Review ribbon. Corrected manuscripts are expected to be returned within four weeks. Accepted manuscripts are published on www.veterinarskiglasnik.rs and then selected for a subsequent print issue.

General guidelines to the Journal's style

The manuscript must be written in clear and concise English, and should be checked by a native-English speaker or certified English instructor with a good understanding of scientific terminology. The complete manuscript must be prepared according to instructions given in this section. Please read all instructions carefully. A manuscript that has not been prepared in accordance with the Journal’s instructions for authors will not be considered for review.

All manuscripts submitted to Veterinarski Glasnik, must be accompanied by a Cover letter (see below). Authors are required to submit a scanned copy of the signed original, Competing interests, Authors contribution, and License to Publish which can be downloaded from the Journal homepage (see below).

Approval of the ethics committee must be obtained prior to the start of the study and be available upon request. Authors report this approval in their manuscript in the first paragraph of the Materials and Methods section, including the name of the regulatory group, reference number and date of the approval.

Ethical approval: The research related to animal use complied with all the relevant national regulations and institutional policies for the care and use of animals (name of regulatory group, number and date).
Ethical approval: No ethical approval was obtained because this study did not involve laboratory animals and only involved non-invasive procedures (e.g. collection of waste tissue after surgery, fecal samples, voided urine etc.).

Manuscripts must be typed using 12 point Times New Roman with justified alignment, lines single spaced on A4 size page, with 3.0 cm page margins (as MS Word files, .doc, .docx). The journal requires continuous line numbering in submitted manuscripts. Number the pages consecutively with the title page being page 1. Text headings should be typed in capitals and short subheadings, where necessery, are in italics with only an initial capital letter.

Articles are welcome in the following categories:

  1. Full research articles – Peer-reviewed original research, previously unpublished, which includes the following sections: Title Page, Structured Abstract, Key Words, Highlights, Introduction, Materials and Methods, Results, Discussion, Conclusion, Acknowledgments, References, Tables/Figures (with legends). The writing style should be concise but clear enough to enable readers to reproduce the experimental methodology as described. The article must present a clear hypothesis and data expressed according to an appropriate experimental design. The Discussion section considers known data or facts only in relation to the results obtained, and it affords the means to reach conclusions based on the results. The Discussion section does not include general knowledge on the subject researched. A full research article should not contain more than 30 references. Original research articles usually have no more than 4000 words.

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  2. Reviews – Peer-reviewed summaries of developments in veterinary medicine and related areas which are of broad interest to the target audience of Veterinary Glasnik. Reviews are usually invited. Authors, identifying a need and wishing to submit a review, are welcome and are advised to contact the Editorial Office before commencement of writing to ensure that a similar topic has not already been commissioned to another reviewer. The authors of a review should be experts on the subject of the review, as proven by their own published peer-reviewed papers and by citations of these papers in the submitted review. It is essential that the authors of a review article are cited as authors of at least five other articles, published in Journals from the SCI list, addressing the same subject as the review article submitted. A review contains: Title Page, Structured Abstract, Key Words, Highlights, Main Text, Conclusion, Acknowledgements, References, Tables/Figures/Illustrations (with legends). The main text in reviews preferably has less than 4000 words.

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  3. Mini Reviews – Peer-reviewed summaries of recent insight or advances in specific research areas. A key aim of mini reviews is to evaluate recent progress in a specific field, present research findings published in the preceding 2-3 years and explain future trends for research as appropriate. They offer a clear summary of the topic, allowing readers to get up-to-date on new developments and/or emerging concepts. Mini reviews are usually commissioned from recognized experts in a particular field, and authors should provide a balanced overview of the field and not focus on their own work or that of their close colleagues. They contain: Title Page, Structured Abstract, Key Words, Main Text, Conclusion, Acknowledgements, References, Tables/Figures (they can contain no more than two figures or two tables, or can contain one figure and one table). Mini reviews must not include unpublished material (unpublished original data, submitted articles, personal communications) and will be rejected if found to include such content. Mini reviews have a maximum of 3000 words.

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  4. Short communications – Peer-reviewed, concise but complete descriptions of limited investigations, which will not be included in a later full research article. A short communication usually contains the following sections: Title Page, Structured Abstract, Key Words, Introduction, Materials and Methods, Results and Discussion (the interpretation of the results and their relation to the existing knowledge), Conclusion, Acknowledgments, References, Tables/Figures/Illustrations (with legends). The contribution to Veterinary medicine and further research must be clearly stated. A short communication should not contain more than 15 references. Short communications usually have no more than 3000 words.

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  5. Technical reports – Peer reviewed reports, similar in format and length to short communications, but which describe the use of techniques, statistical tests or software of interest to the veterinary community.

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  6. Case Reports – Peer-reviewed, well-described reports describing a novel case (or set of cases) with detailed documentation and diagnostic investigation. Authors are encouraged to describe how the case report is rare or unusual as well as its educational and/or scientific merits in the covering letter that will accompany the submission of the manuscript. In some instances, Educational Case Reports can be submitted and cases will be judged on clinical interest and educational value. Case reports usually contain the following sections: Title page, unstructured Abstract, Key words, Case presentation, Discussion, Acknowledgements, References (should not contain more than 15 references), Tables/Figures/Illustrations (with Legends). Case reports usually have no more than 2500 words.

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  7. What is your Diagnosis? – Peer-reviewed, brief reports that focus on a diagnostic challenge followed by a solution. Because this feature is intended to be a learning exercise for readers, two sets of images must be provided. The first should not contain any identifying marks. The second should include arrows or other labels identifying the important abnormalities. These manuscripts usually contain the following sections: Title page, Study topic (1-2 images without identifying marks or data), Case presentation, Interpretation with up to two additional images with identifying marks, Discussion and up to five References. The Case presentation section of the manuscript should be brief and include pertinent clinical and laboratory findings. The Interpretation section should describe all pertinent abnormalities in the images provided and list the diagnosis or differential diagnoses considered on the basis of the diagnostic image findings. A brief Discussion of the differential diagnoses, treatment, and outcome of the case should be provided. The Discussion focuses on how the imaging technique was useful in obtaining the diagnosis, rather than on the disease or condition itself. What is your Diagnosis? usually has no more than 1000 words. Note: Authors must provide a Summary of less than 80 words for translation into Serbian language (on a separate page after References).

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  8. Letters to the Editor are welcome, particularly those in response to published articles. Letters can include references and a figure or table. Veterinarski Glasnik reserves the right not to publish letters containing defamatory, libelous, or malicious statements.

Layout of Manuscripts, Style and Form
Manuscripts will not be admitted to the peer-review process until they are fully compliant with the style and format detailed in the instructions to authors.

Manuscripts are divided into the following ordered sections:

Title Page
Structured Abstract (for Full Research Articles, Reviews, Mini Reviews, Short Communications and Technical Reports) OR
Abstract (for Case Reports)
Graphical Abstract (this is not mandatory)
Key Words
Highlights (for Full Research Articles and Reviews)
Acknowledgements (these are not mandatory)
Authors’ contributions
Conflict of interest
Table titles and/or Figure Legends
Tables and/or Figures

Title Page
The title page includes the title of the manuscript as well as the full names and institutional affiliations for all authors. The corresponding author must be indicated.

Title: The title contains no more than 110 characters (including spaces) and is specific to the study. It should be comprehensible to a broad spectrum of readers.

Authors and Affiliations. This includes the first names, middle initials (if used), surnames, and affiliations in the following order: university or organization/institution, department, city, and country for all authors. Superscript numbers (1,2,3) are used in cases where authors are from different institutions.

Corresponding author. One of the authors must be designated as the Corresponding Author (add an asterisk next to the Author's name). Full contact details including postal address, and email address for the corresponding author must be provided.

Short title: A short title of 50 characters or less, including spaces. 

An Abstract not exceeding 250 words must be provided. Structured abstracts are required for full research articles, short communications and technical reports and are divided into the following sections: Introduction, Materials and Methods, Results and Conclusions. The techniques used must be mentioned without going into methodological detail and the most important findings must be summarized. An Abstract for a review or mini review is structured and divided into the following sections: Background, Scope and Approach, Key Findings and Conclusions. Case Reports do not require a Structured Abstract, but include an Abstract that summarizes the case. What Is Your Diagnosis? articles do not include Abstracts, but authors must provide a Summary of less than 80 words for translation into Serbian language (on a separate page after References).

Citations, tables, specialist abbreviations and significance levels (e.g. P<0.05) are not included in any Abstract.

Authors from Serbia must also submit an Abstract and Key Words in Serbian, including the title on a separate page after References). Translation of the Abstract and Key Words from English to Serbian language will be performed by the Editorial Office for Authors who are not fluent in Serbian.

Graphical Abstract
The Graphical Abstract is optional, should summarize the contents of the article concisely, and it is submitted as a separate file in the online submission system (Please use 'Graphical abstract' in the file name). Authors are encouraged to submit a graphical abstract as it draws more attention to the article. The image should be readable at a size of 5 × 12 cm using a regular screen resolution of 300 dpi. Preferred file types: JPEG or TIFF.

Highlights are a short collection of bullet points that convey the core findings of the article. Highlights are submitted in a separate editable file (MS Word .doc or .docx format) in the online submission system. Please use 'Highlights' in the file name and include three to five bullet points (maximum 85 characters, including spaces, per bullet point).

Key Words
Below the Abstract, four to six Key Words in alphabetical order must be provided, avoiding general and plural terms and multiple concepts (e.g. 'and', 'of'). Key Words do not include words already used in the title of the manuscript. These Key Words will be used for indexing purposes.

The essence of the problem and the purpose of the study should be pointed to in this section. The key aspects of the published literature and research should be reviewed with the aim of indicating why this manuscript is considered to be an original contribution to current scientific knowledge. A detailed literature survey or a summary of the results should be avoided. The last part of the Introduction must contain the specific aim(s) of the study. The introduction does not exceed 400 words.

Materials and Methods
This section includes, as appropriate, a description of study design, experimental animals, analytical methods and statistical analyses. Identify the methods and procedures in sufficient details to allow others to reproduce the study. If methods are widely known, they are not described, but appropriate references must be cited. For new methods, the protocols for the method should be included. Authors must provide references for established methods including statistical methods. Specify any general computer program used. Identify all drugs and chemicals used with generic or chemical names, doses and route of administration. Provide manufacturer, product number, city and country where applicable. Provide the animal welfare ethical statement if applicable.

Results are presented in a logical sequence and in parallel with the Methods (for every Method, there should be a Result), using Tables and/or Figures without duplicating the results between these two formats. To enhance clarity, this section can be divided into subsections, each with a concise subheading in italics and which provides details of findings that are required to support the conclusions made in the manuscript. 

Results should be discussed and related to other relevant studies and to current knowledge where appropriate. However, the Discussion is not used to summarize current knowledge. The Discussion should clearly identify the main Conclusions of the study. Authors are to provide a clear explanation of the importance and relevance of these Conclusions.  Any new information should be distinguished from the previous findings, and relevant hypotheses can be generated.

The Conclusion consists of a short integration of Results that refer directly to the stated aim(s) of the study and a statement on the practical implications of the results. The Conclusions are linked to the aim(s) of the study, avoiding unqualified statements and conclusions not supported by your data. This section should not exceed one short paragraph. Do not summarize the Discussion or current knowledge in this section.

The source of funding for the study should be stated in this section. Those who have made a substantial contribution to the study in terms of design, execution, analysis or manuscript drafting/revision but do not fit the criteria for authorship should be mentioned in this section. Do not include people’s titles, and use only initials and surnames. It is the responsibility of the Authors to ensure that those being acknowledged have agreed to being named in such capacity.

Please ensure that every reference cited in the text is also present in the reference list (and vice versa). Authors are encouraged to use EndNote (link), Mendeley (link), Zotero (link) etc. Users of EndNote, Mendeley Desktop and Zotero can easily install the citation style for Veterinarski Glasnik by clicking the following link and instruction (Citation style: Veterinarski Glasnik).

In-text citations such as personal communications, unpublished data or in press (if there is no DOI number) are not accepted. Meeting abstracts can be cited only if they are published in SCI journals. Only essential references should be included in the text, and these are restricted to the necessary minimum. Cite in-text references by surname and year in parentheses (e.g. Petrović, 2014). In the case of two authors, use an ampersand (&) but not “and” (e.g. Petrović & Jovanović, 2015). The abbreviation “et al.must be used in all cases where more than two authors are cited (e.g. Petrović et al., 2016). Multiple references within parentheses in the text are cited in reverse chronological order (e.g. Petrović et al., 2016; Petrović & Jovanović, 2015; Petrović, 2014). In case the same author has more publications in the same year, additional letters are added next to the year (Petrović et.al., 2008a; Petrović et.al., 2008b).

The list of references is arranged alphabetically (use the A-Z sort tool on the MS Word Home ribbon to do this if necessary) by the first authors’ surnames.


Rohde A., Hammerl A. J., Appel B., Dieckmann R., Al Dahouk S. 2017. Differential detection of pathogenic Yersinia spp. by fluorescence in situ hybridization. Food Microbiology, 62:39-45. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.fm.2016.09.013.

Books and Monographs:
van Dijk J. E., Gruys E., Mouwen M. J. 2007. Preface to the second edition. In Color Atlas of Veterinary Pathology (Second Edition), ix. Edinburgh: W.B. Saunders.

Books with authored chapters:
Marasas W. F. O. 1996. Fumonisins: History, worldwide occurrence and impact. In Fumonisins in food, advances in experimental medicine and biology. Eds. L. S. Jackson, J. W. DeVries, L. B. Bullerman, Plenum Press, New York, pp. 1­18.

Laws and Regulations:
European Union. 2013. Commission Regulation (EU) No 1019/2013 amending Annex I to Regulation (EC) No 2073/2005 as regards histamine in fishery products. Official Journal of the European Union, L 282:46–47.

Symposiums, Congresses:
Fricker, M. D., Bebber, D., Boddy, L. 2008. Chapter 1 Mycelial networks: Structure and dynamics. In British Mycological Society Symposia Series, edited by J. C. Frankland, L. Boddy and P. van West, 3-18. Academic Press.

Vasilev D., Aleksic B., Tarbuk A., Dimitrijevic M.,  Karabasil N.,  Cobanovic N.,  Vasiljevic N. 2015. Identification of lactic acid bacteria isolated from Serbian traditional fermented sausages sremski and lemeski kulen. In the 58th International Meat Industry Conference (MeatCon2015), Procedia Food Science, 5:300-303. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.profoo.2015.09.071.

Citations with organisations as authors:
European Food Safety Authority. 2016. Peer review of the pesticide risk assessment of the active substance benzoic acid. EFSA Journal, 14(12):4657-n/a. http://dx.doi.org/10.2903/j.efsa.2016.4657.

Statistica (Data Analysis Software System). 2006. v.7.1., Stat­Soft, Inc., USA (www.statsoft.com).

Web Links:
OIE: Animal Diseases. Available at: http://www.oie.int/en/animal-health-in-the-world/animal-diseases/. Accessed 21.12.2016.

Veterinarski Glasnik recommends the use of correct and established units, abbreviations, formulae and nomenclature wherever possible.

Units. All specifications must be stated according to the International System of Units (SI). If other units are mentioned, please give their equivalent in SI. Symbols for units derived by division are given as negative exponents (e.g. 10 g L-1; 250 V cm-2).

Abbreviations. Any abbreviations of chemical, biological, medical or other terms should only be employed when it is certain that they are internationally known. Abbreviations are not used in the Abstract, and must be defined in parentheses when they are first used in the main text. Do not start a sentence with an abbreviation.

Mathematical Formulae. Submit mathematical equations as editable text and not as images. Present simple formulae in line with normal text where possible and use the solidus (/) instead of a horizontal line for small fractional terms (e.g. A/B). Number consecutively any equations that have to be displayed separately from the text (if referred to explicitly in the text).

Nomenclature & Taxonomy. All medical, chemical, biological or other terms should be used according to the most recent recommendations of the respective international nomenclature. Genus and species names of microorganisms and zoological names are italicized (e.g. Aeromonas hydrophila). Where the genus appears in the title it should be written out in full. In the main text, the genus should be written out in full at first mention and thereafter abbreviated (e.g. A. hydrophila). Authors must ensure that there is no confusion with other genera mentioned in the text. The spelling and taxonomy of names should follow internationally accepted nomenclature. Bacterial names must be in accordance with the latest edition of Bergey's Manual of Systematic Bacteriology and/or opinion in the International Journal of Systematic and Evolutionary Microbiology, and viruses are to be given the classification and names recommended by the International Committee on Taxonomy of Viruses. Enzyme potencies are given in I.U. (International Units) and according to Enzyme Nomenclature. Genes, mutations, genotypes, and alleles are italicized and authors should consult appropriate genetic nomenclature databases. Proteins are not normally italicized. The Recommended International Non-Proprietary Name (rINN) of drugs should be provided. Commercial names of other products should only be used where there is no other suitable term for the product. In such cases, the name, city and country of the manufacturer should be provided in parentheses at the first mention of the product.

Tables and Figures.
Tables and Figures must not be integrated into the main text. Instead, they must be submitted as separate, supplementary files. Each figure is submitted as a separate file. Tables are submitted as one document, with one table per page. Please submit tables as editable text and not as images. Tables and Figures are numbered consecutively using Arabic numerals (Figure 1, Figure 2, Figure 3, Table 1, Table 2, Table 3, etc.). Uppercase letters A,B,C, etc. should be used to identify parts of multipart figure. Images must be at resolution 300dpi. Allowable formats – JPG, TIFF. For microphotographs, scale bars with appropriate units must be provided. Symbols, arrows or letters used in photographs should contrast with the background.

Results which can be described as short statements within the text must not be presented as Figures or Tables. Data must not be replicated in Tables and Figures.

The titles and legends help make the tables and figures understandable without the reader having to refer to the main text. However, they must also be concise and are not used to re-describe the methodology. Appropriate numbers and titles for tables and numbers and legends (including titles and explanations of markings) for figures are typed single line spaced in the main text and placed next to the relevant text in the article to enable the Copy and Layout Editors to place them properly.

Each table is prepared on a separate page and is appropriately numbered with a short, descriptive table title placed above. Tables can include footnotes, which are placed below the table and explain any abbreviations. Use superscript Arabic numbers (1, 2, 3 etc, in the correct order of reading the table, from top left to bottom right) to link each footnote to the appropriate item in the table requiring explanation. Tables have only three horizontal lines – one each at the top and bottom, and one below the column headings.

Legends for figures do not appear in the figures. However, when uploading the figures in the submission procedures, please ensure that the files are appropriately identified as Figure 1, Figure 2, etc. Legends for figures include both the figure number and title and explanations of any symbol, line or marking used in the figure and are placed at the appropriate location within the main text.

Cover letter 
All submitted manuscripts must be accompanied by a cover letter which explains why the manuscript is suitable for publication in Veterinarski Glasnik and declaring that the manuscript has not been submitted or accepted for publication elsewhere. Authors should suggest three potential unbiased reviewers who are qualified to review the manuscript (reviewers’ affiliations with email addresses, and briefly explain why authors think the suggested scientists would be good reviewers). This letter must warrant that all authors have seen and approved the content and have contributed significantly to the work.

Competing interests 
A competing interest exists when your interpretation of data or presentation of information may be influenced by your personal or financial relationship with people or organizations. Authors are required to complete a declaration of competing interests. All competing interests that are declared will be listed at the end of published articles. Where an author gives no competing interests, the listing will read 'The author(s) declare that they have no competing interests.'

Authors’ contributions 
In order to give appropriate credit to each author of a paper, the individual contributions of authors (recognized by initials) to the manuscript are specified in this section. An author is generally considered to be someone who has made substantive intellectual contributions to a published study. All contributors who do not meet the criteria for authorship should be listed in the Acknowledgements section.

Once the manuscript is accepted for publication, authors assign a License to Publish. Authors retain copyright of the published papers and grant the publisher the right to publish the article, to be cited as its original publisher in case of reuse, and to distribute it in all forms and media. The final proof will be sent to the Corresponding Author, together with a License to Publish, which all authors have to sign. Once the final proof has been returned, the article will be published online first (on the doiSerbia web page). When an issue is completed, a hard copy of the issue will be produced. If the submitted manuscript is not accepted for publication by the journal, all rights to the manuscript will be retained by the author(s).

Articles published in Veterinarski Glasnik will be Open-Access articles distributed under a Creative Commons Attribution (CC BY) 4.0 International License.

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