Original Research Paper
Manuscript must be accompanied by a certificate signed by author and all coauthors that they have seen and approved the final version of the manuscript and they have not submitted the manuscript to any other journal. All manuscript should be typed in double spacing on A-4 paper with margin on both sides. A maximum of 3500 words in the main text plus up to 50 references.
Each manuscript should include:
- Title page:
- Complete title of the article
- Name of author(s)
- Department(s), Degree, Institution(s) at which work was performed (affiliation)
- Official phone/fax no, cell no, personal e-mail address (to whom correspondence is to be addressed) in case of posting please provide new address
- Structured Abstract: (the structured abstract should be factual condensation of the entire work and should not concede 250 words).
- Text: (the text must include a brief survey of literature, purpose of study, groups of study, methodology and procedures, findings in sequences and implication of these observations. Be flexible and thinkable whilst drawing conclusions of the study). The text should contain following:
- Material and Methods
- Discussion and Conclusion
References: (references should be listed consecutively as numerical in parentheses. The final bibliography should be in the order in which they are quoted in the text and written in “Vancouver Style”)
Journals: Standard journal article. List all authors when six or less; for seven or more authors, list only the first six and add et al.
-  You CH., Lee KY., Chey WY., Manguy R., Electrogastrographic study of patients with unexplained nausea, bloating and vomiting. Gastroenterology 1980; 79: 311-4.
-  Strauss JS., Leyden JJ., Lucky AW., Lookingbill DP., Drake LA., Hanifin JM., et al., Safety of a new micronized formulation of isotretinoin in patients with severe recalcitrant nodular acne: A randomized trial comparing micronized isotretinoin with standard isotretinoin. J. Am. Acad. Dermatol., 2001;45:196–207.
-  Chapter in a book: Weinstein L., Swartz MN., Pathogenic properties of invading microorganisms. In: Sodeman WA Jr., Sodeman WA., eds. Pathologic physiology: mechanisms of disease. WB Saunders, Philadelphia 1994; 457-72.
Tables and figures: (each table, complete with legends and footnotes, should be merged in the manuscript).
Tables and figures: Tables and figures, complete with legends and footnotes, should be typed on separate pages. The tables and figures pages should be consecutively numbered at the end of the article. Their position in the text must be indicated.