Guidelines of Manuscript Preparation:
We recommend the authors to read this formatting guide completely as it describes how to prepare the manuscript for submissions under MedRead Publishing Group. This helps you to familiarize yourself with to MedRead Publishing Group formatting style.
Manuscript Formatting Details:
Title: Times New Roman, 15 Bold, Title Case, Centralized alignment.
Author(s): Times New Roman, 11 Bold, Left alignment.
Affiliations: Times New Roman, 10 Normal, Left-Right Alignment.
Corresponding author: Times New Roman, 10 Normal, and Justified.
Headings: Times New Roman, 11 Bold, and Left-Right Alignment.
Subheadings or Sub-sub headings: Times New Roman, 10 Bold, and Left-Right Alignment.
Spacing: Indentation after/before: 0; Spacing after/before: 0, 1.5 line Spacing.
The title of your manuscript is sometimes the primary introduction to readers and reviewers have to be compelled to your work. Therefore, you want to choose a title that grabs attention, accurately describes the contents of your manuscript and makes people want to read further.
An effective title should:
Writing an impressive title for your manuscript can be challenging. First, list the topics covered by the manuscript. Try to place all of the topics along within the title as possible. A title that is too long can appear clumsy, bother readers, and doubtless not meet journal requirements.
Author names need to be written as the Last name followed by their concern Initials without space or any punctuation. In case more than one author is present they must be differentiated by the conjunction "and" in-between. Their affiliations are numbered after the initials in superscript. Corresponding author name is must be represented with a superscript star (*).
Example: Michael JJ 1, Prince RN 2 and Elvis AP 2 *
Author Affiliations must be provided as Department, University, Country and E-mail
*Corresponding author: Last name followed by Initials, Department, University, Complete communicating Address, Country, Contact Telephone Details: Fax No, E-mail
Example: Elvis Aaron Presley, Department of Biotechnology, University Texas, USA, E-mail: [email protected]
The word limit for the Abstract is 250 or fewer words. The abstract should summarize specifically the scientific content in the manuscript. Abstracts are short and accurate. Abstracts should be free from the citation.
Keywords serve as the main tool for Indexers as well as Readers to locate your manuscript. An article might contain up to a maximum of 5-10 Keywords.
Example: Lung cancer; Biomarkers; Cancer therapy
A semicolon must separate abbreviations and all the abbreviations used in the manuscript must be mentioned.
Respective Manuscript types should be written with the preceding structure format. Any of the mentioned structures are missing then it should be resent to the author for the modifications.
Formulas and Equations:
For Mathematical Symbols, Greek letters and alternative special characters, use normal text or symbol font. Math Type is used just for formulae that cannot be made victimization regular text or symbol font.
SI/IU Units must be represented.
Supplementary Information: Supplementary info is sometimes provided as an important background to the Article like as large datasets, methods, calculations, etc.
The Supplementary info should not contain any figures. It should have supplementary tables. They are published as the raw dataset along with the manuscript.
MedRead Publishing Group follows an author-number system (Vancouver Style) wherever all the References, as well as URLs, square measure numbered in turn among Square Brackets, within the same order of their look in the text.
Article reference with less than 6 authors:
Mouthier TMB, de Rink B, van Erven G, de Gijsel P, Schols HA, Kabel MA. Low Liquid Ammonia Treatment of Wheat Straw Increased Enzymatic Cell Wall Polysaccharide Degradability and Decreased Residual Hydroxycinnamic Acids. Bioresour Technol. 2018; 1: 288-299.
Article reference with more than 6 authors:
Mouthier TMB, de Rink B, van Erven G, de Gijsel P, Schols HA, Kabel MA, et al. Low Liquid Ammonia Treatment of Wheat Straw Increased Enzymatic Cell Wall Polysaccharide Degradability and Decreased Residual Hydroxycinnamic Acids. Bioresour Technol. 2018; 1: 288-299.
Elvis Aaron P, Mouthier TMB, de Rink B, Schols HA, Kabel MA. Principles of Genetics. 8th edition.
New York: John Wiley & Sons. 2004.
Elvis Aaron P, Mouthier TMB, de Rink B, Schols HA, Kabel MA. Adhesion and site-specific metastasis. Elvis Aaron P, Mouthier TMB, de Rink B, Schols HA, Kabel MA, editors.
In Thrombosis: An Update. Sci Press. 1995; 269-307.
International Cancer Institute at National Institutes of Health [hyperlinked with www.cancer.gov]
Proceedings of a Conference:
Elvis Aaron P, Mouthier TMB, de Rink B, Schols HA, Kabel MA, editors. Processing in Medical Imaging. Proceedings of 25 International Conference; 2013 May 25 - June 15; CA, USA.
New York: Spring, 2013.
Figures & Tables:
MedRead Publishing Group requires tables and figures to be submitted at the end of the manuscript. Please make sure that all the figures submitted adjust to our Image integrity.
Figures submitted ought to be at least three hundred dpi, submitted in tiff, Giff or JPEG formats only. All the figures submitted should be compatible with clarity. It ought to be intelligible for the readers to grasp associated with all disciplines.
Figure legends should be short and mentioned below each figure. The several Figure numbers should be mentioned within the body of the manuscript consecutive among spherical brackets.
MedRead Publishing Group needs Tables to be small and conferred in Table format. Pie diagrams, Charts, etc. are considered as "Figures". The tables presented in figure formats are not acceptable. Table legends should be mentioned above in the Table. Tables should be provided at the end of the manuscript below figures. Symbols and Abbreviations used in the tables should be presented below the Table.
*Note: Small Table denotes that it should fit usually into the windows. Else, it should be value-added as a supplementary table.
Clinical images are the pictures that show the clinical findings of a particular case of the patient. The clinical pictures should include questions and answers that should educate or remind readers about an important clinical situation or event. The image should not just describe the picture; however, should be informative enough from a clinical teaching read.
Formatting guidelines: The title should be less than five to eight words. The text describing a clinical question should be within 150 words. The images can be uploaded in .tiff, .jpg or .jpeg format. We recommend using high-quality images. The text should be in one double-spaced electronic document.
Patient Consent Form:
If the image/figure of the patient is recognizable then the patient consent form is needed. In case, the eyes are masked then the form is not necessary.
Please click to download the patient consent form. Kindly fill the downloaded form and send it together with the manuscript.