Material and methods
Material and methods
Conflict of interest:
Before the corresponding author submits the manuscript, all authors must obtain ORCID ID number and provide it to the corresponding author.
The “Copyright Transfer Form” after being signed by all authors should be uploaded using the article accepting system of the EJMO.
The title of article, short title, author name(s), names of institutions and the departments of the authors, full address, telephone numbers (landline and mobile) and e-mail address should be given. The title should be short and written in lower case. In addition, the running title should be written and it should not exceed 40 characters.
The microorganism’s Latin names of used for the first time in the text have to be written in full. If these names are used later, they should be abbreviated in accordance to international scientific rules. The original Latin names of microorganisms should be written in Italic style: for example, Staphyloccoccus aureus, S.aureus. The antibiotics’ names should be abbreviated in accordance with international standards and they should be used with generic names.
Symbols of the international units mentioned in the text should be according to “The Systeme International (SI).
Manuscripts should be written in one of the “past perfect, present perfect and past tenses” and in the passive mode.
A4 paper should be used and should have a 2.5 cm margin on each side. Times New Roman font, 12 pt, and double lines space should be used.
EJMO expects the authors to comply with the ethics of research and publication. In human research, a statement of the informed consent of those who participated in the study is needed in the section of the “Materials and Methods”. In case animal studies, approval also is needed. Please, see at: Ethical issue.
In Original Articles; Research/Original manuscripts should consist of English abstract.
Introduction, Materials and Methods, Results, Discussion, Acknowledgements (if any), and References sections. These sections should be written in bold capital letters and aligned left.
Abstract: The abstract should be structured like the Objective, Methods, Results, and Conclusion. It should be between 300 and 400 words.
Keywords: The number of keywords should be between 3-6 and the terminology of the Medical Subjects Headings (Index Medicus Medical Subject Headings - MeSH) should be used. Please check at: https://www.nlm.nih.gov/mesh/MBrowser.html
Introduction: The aim of the study, and references given to similar studies should be presented briefly and should not exceed more than two pages.
Materials and Methods: The date of the study, institution that performed the study, and materials and methods should be clearly presented. Statistical methods should be clearly stated. All research manuscripts will send to professional statistician for their statistical evaluation by the Editor.
Results: The results should be stated clearly and only include the current research.
Conclusions: In this section, the study findings should be compared with the findings of other researchers. Authors should mention their comments in this section.
Acknowledgements: Acknowledgements should be placed at the end of the main text and before the references. In this section, the institutions/departments and person which supported the research should be stated. I) The study supported by a fund or scientific organization must be mentioned in the acknowledgements. II) The study presented in a conference/symposium must be mentioned with the type of presentation in the acknowledgements.
References: Authors are responsible for supply complete and correct references. References should be numbered according to the order used in the text.
Numbers should be given in brackets and placed at the end of the sentence. Examples are given below on the use of references. reference end note style Vancouver
Periodicals: Author(s) Last Name initial(s) name of author(s) (if there are six or fewer authors, all authors should be written; if the number of authors are seven or more, only the first six of the authors should be written and the rest as “et al”). The title of the article, the abbreviated name of the journal according to the Index Medicus, Year; Volume (Issue): The first and last page numbers.
Robson A, Greene J, Ansari N, Kim B. Eccrine porocarcinoma (malignant eccrine poroma): a clinicopathologic study of 69 cases. The American Journal of Surgical Pathology. 2001;25:710-20.Books: Surname of the author(s) initial name(s) of author(s). The name of the book. The edition number. Place of publication: Publisher, Publication year.
Book chapters: The author (s) surname of the chapter initial (s) letter of the name. Section title. In: Surname of editor (s) initial (s) letter of first name (s) ed / eds. The name of the book. Edition number. Place of publication: Publisher, year of publication: The first and last page numbers of the chapter.
Web address: If a “web” address is used as the reference address, the web address date should be given in brackets with the address. The DOI (Digital Object Identifier) number must be provided, when a web access article used in the text as a reference.
Example: AB Author, CD Author. Title of document. Retrieved from http://Web address (Accession date: aa/bb/2016).
Thesis: Maden KL. Experimental investigation of the â¦â¦â¦â¦â¦.. Master Thesis, Health Science Institute of Ankara University, Ankara, 2005.
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Tables should be numbered like “Table 1.” and the table title should be written above the top line of the table. Explanatory information should be given in footnotes, not in the title and appropriate icons (*,+,++, etc.) should be used.
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