Peer Review History: Neisseria Gonorrhoeae: Its Dominant Properties to Establish Contact and Attachment that Facilitate Epithelial Invasion and Colonization From a Biochemist Perspective


(1) Dr. Arulselvan Palanisamy, Visiting Professor, School of Bio-Engineering, Centre for Materials Engineering and Regenerative Medicine, Bharath Institute of Higher Education and Research, India.


(1) Bushra Hussain Shnawa, Iraq.

(2) Rana Khairi Attarbashee, College of Dentistry, University of Mosul, Iraq.

Additional Reviewers:

(1) Ana Quenia Gomes da Silva Allahdadi, Federal University of Bahia, Brazil.

(2) Rachida Raache, University of Sciences and Technology Houari Boumedienne, Alger 1 University Benkedda Benyoucef, Algeria.

(3) Roshini Sathiaseelan, The University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center, USA.

Additional Reviewers: (Comments received after deadline)

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Specific Comment:

Average Peer review marks at initial stage: 8.75/10

Average Peer review marks at publication stage: 9/10

Peer Review History:

Stage 1 | Original Manuscript | File 1 | NA

Stage 2 | Peer review report_1 (Bushra Hussain Shnawa, Iraq) | File 1 | File 2

Stage 2 | Peer review report_2 (Rana Khairi Attarbashee, Iraq) | File 1 | File 2

Stage 2 | Revised_MS_v1_and_Feedback_v1 | File 1 | File 2

Stage 3 | Comment_Editor_1_v1 | File 1 | NA