Submissions: All the articles must be submitted to the email: firstname.lastname@example.org All the manuscripts submitted should be in the Word (docx, doc format) or PDF format. There is no page limit concerned to the length of the manuscript.
Submission Terms and Conditions: The author must provide a detailed cover letter including a declaration that the work has not been published elsewhere. It is author's sole responsibility that articles publishing from institutions have necessary approvals if needed.
Peer Review Processing: All the articles submitted will undergo double blind peer review processing to meet the international standards. The editor handles the complete editorial process of the articles and peer reviewers remain anonymous to the authors. Editor decisions are strictly followed for quality publications.
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Cover Letter: Corresponding author details with their affiliation(s) (Name, Surnames if any, Department, University, State/province and Country) must be mentioned below the Title. The corresponding author should be starred in the authors list. Corresponding author should be provided with complete affiliation, contact number and E-mail address.
Research Article: Articles provide the clear description of new findings of chief importance. The word limit is 5000 or fewer words excluding references and legends.
Review Article: Articles provide the systematic insights of latest advancements and current happenings. The word limit is 5000 or fewer words excluding references and legends.
Mini Review: Articles provide the organized insights that are of broad interest. The word limit is 1500-2500 or fewer words excluding references and legends.
Perspectives/Commentaries: Articles provide discussions of suitable data analyses or of thematic concerns to emerge from current scientific meetings. The word limit is 1500-2500 or fewer words excluding references and legends.
Short Communication: These articles communicate the clear description of the new findings briefly. The word limit is 1500-2500 or fewer words excluding references and legends.
Editorial: Editorials convey views on any theme relevant to the Journal's concerns that contain no more than 1200 Words excluding References.
Letters: Letters could be of two types Opinion Letters and Letter to the Editor. Both are written by the Editors that convey any view/perspectives on current research interests or problems. The word limit is 1200 Words excluding References. There should be no figures and tables in this type of Manuscript.
Title: Title must be precise, self-explanatory and short. Abbreviations need to be avoided to the most possible. Except the conjunctions, prepositions and articles rest of the title must be presented in title case. The Font Size of the Title should be Times New Roman 15, bold and centered.
Abstract: Each manuscript must contain an abstract of no more than 300 words for all Research/Review and ground articles. An abstract need to be concise, informative, self explanatory of the work and must be free from citations.
Keywords: For review and research articles keywords remain mandatory. Keywords should be precisely picked from the manuscript which is most commonly used in the article.
Introduction: This section should lay a strong background for the study leaving the readers to understand the purpose and need for the study. This sector should contain citations for mentioned statements from the supporting papers.
Materials and Methods: This section should provide detailed procedures if the techniques are new and if they are applied from well established procedures, they should be cited. This sector can have multiple sub sections as per the number of methods and methodologies used. Anyhow none of the techniques should be exactly copied with same data mentioned.
Results and Discussion: This sector should be describing the results and interpretations of the above experiments. There could be multiple subheadings or described in a single paragraph. None of the content/data should be copied.
Conclusions: This should be clearly explaining the author thoughts, highlights and limitations of the study.
Acknowledgements: Author could provide the grant details if any or express his gratitude towards his interest.
Funding Acknowledgement: Author could provide the grant details if any or express his gratitude towards his interest.
Research is effectively communicated in your figures & tables such as graphs, illustrations, diagrams or other visuals and tables that play significant role. Figures must be submitted only in high-resolution TIFF, PNG, JPEG or EPS formats. There is no limitation for the number of figures and tables for the author to submit in a Manuscript. Composite figures must be labeled A, B, C, etc. Figure legends are mandatory and each legend should not cross 100 words. It is important that figure numerical denotations must be mentioned in the text of Manuscript. Tables submitted must be in Word (.doc), Excel (.xls), and PPT formats only. Each table must contain a brief title of no more than one sentence, placed above the table with the table number. The legend and annotations should be placed below the table. Annotations may be used to explain abbreviations. All Tables submitted must be cell bases, editable and short. Avoid using color shades in the Table. Usage of special characters such as Asters must be denoted below with the text explaining the denotation. Do not use any hyperlinked text in the tables. Table legends must not cross 100 words.
Reference Style: JSciMed Central uses Vancouver referencing style that uses a numerical approach. It refers to sources cited in the text must in numerical order according to their order of appearance. If the same piece of work is cited more than once then same citation number should be used. Each reference number should be enclosed by square brackets e.g. .
1. Journal Article with less than 6 authors: Schneider LS, Dagerman KS, Insel P. Risk of death with atypical antipsychotic drug treatment for dementia: meta-analysis of randomized placebo-controlled trials. JAMA. 2005; 294: 1934-1943.
2. Journal Article with more than 6 authors: Rose ME, Huerbin MB, Melick J, Marion DW, Palmer AM, Schiding JK, et al. Regulation of interstitial excitatory amino acid concentrations after cortical contusion injury. Brain Res. 2002; 935: 40-46.
3. Book Reference: Gilstrap LC 3rd, Cunningham FG, VanDorsten JP. Operative obstetrics. 2nd edn. New York: McGraw-Hill. 2002.
4. Chapter in a Book Reference: Misra NC, Misra S, Chaturvedi A. Carcinoma gallbladder. In: Johnson CD, Taylor I, editors. Recent advances in surgery. London: Churchill Livingstone. 1997; 69-87.
5. Conference proceedings: Harnden P, Joffe JK, Jones WG, editors. Germ cell tumours V. Proceedings of the 5th Germ Cell Tumour Conference, 2001 Sep 13-15. Leeds, UK. New York: Springer, 2002.
6. Dissertation: Borkowski MM. Infant sleep and feeding: a telephone survey of Hispanic Americans [dissertation]. Mount Pleasant (MI): Central Michigan University. 2002.
7. General Link Reference: National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization.
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