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Style of Manuscript

Top, bottom, left, and right margins must be 2.5 cm.

The title of the article must be written with maximum 20 words.

The title must be written in bold with size 20 and Times New Roman font style.

Running title must not exceed 8 words and must be written in bold with 10 font and Times New Roman font style.

Author's first and last name must be provided in bold with size 10 and Times New Roman font style.

Authorship information must be written in regular, size 8, Times New Roman font.

The article must have the following sections: Introduction (background for Abstract) Materials and Methods, Results and Discussions, Conclusion, Acknowledgement, and References. Tables and figures must be provided in separate at the end of the article.

Heading of the article's sections must be in bold, size 12 Times New Roman font.

The body of the abstract must be in Italic, size 10 Times New Roman font.

The abstract must be written with maximum 250 words.

The title 'keyword' must be in size 11 Times New Roman font and the keywords must be in Italic, size 11 Times New Roman font.

The body of Introduction, Materials and Methods, Results and Discussions, Conclusion, and Acknowledgment must be in regular, size 10 Times New Roman font.

Introduction: Introduction must provide background information about the research topic. The information is reviewed and to identify any weaknesses. The source for each argument must be provided with numbers in brackets at the end of the sentence or paragraph, or even in the middle of the sentence. The necessity and the aims of the research are provided at the end of the introduction section. The maximum number of words in this section is 400.

Materials and Methods: This section is a description of the design of the study, materials used, type and characteristics of the sample, sampling method and sample size, time and place of the study (if necessary), method, and statistical procedures.

Results and Discussions: In this section, the results are described and presented in tables, figures, and/or graphs. A set of data must not be provided in two of the above forms. Figures, graphs, and tables must be numbered consecutively and statistical information such as axes, scales, and legend must be provided. The titles are provided above the table and below figure and graphs. The number and size of tables and figures must not exceed the normal limit and must correspond to the volume of the article. Tables and figures must be clear and intelligible without referring to the text. Moreover, all the abbreviations must be explained at the notes section below the tables. P-values must be provided below the tables and must be marked with an asterisk within the tables. Graphs must be two-dimensional with no extra margins and decorations, and their dimensions must not exceed 8×12 cm. It is imperative to send the graph files separately is psd, gif, png, and jpg formats with high resolution. The figures must be clear so as to be published with high quality. Sending a copied version of the figures must be avoided. Figures must be numbered consecutively. If a published image is used, the source must be mentioned in the acknowledgement section and the permit must be submitted. Title and footnote of the tables must be written in bold, size 10 Times New Roman font.

Conclusion: Here, the results are analyzed, elaborated upon, and compared with the results of other works. If the results are inconsistent with previous findings, the reasons must be discussed. This section must also include suggestions for future studies. The author must indicate what new subjects they have added to the literature.

Acknowledgement: This section provides brief information about funds, grants, people, etc.

References: The reference section must be arranged using Vancouver referencing style.


Author(s) Last name Initials (et al. after six authors). Title of article. Abbreviated journal title. Year of publication; Volume (Issue): Pages.

Example: Thu BD, Schultink W, Dillon D, Gross R, Leswara ND, Khoi HH. Effect of daily and weekly micronutrient supplementation on micronutrient deficiencies and growth in young Vietnamese children.Am J Clin Nutr. 1999 Jan;69(1):80-6.


Author(s) Last name Initials. Title. Place of publication: Publisher; Year ofpublication.

Example: Phillips H, Rogers B, Bernheim KL, Liu H, Hunter PG, Evans J, et al. Communitymedicine in action. New York: Eastern Press; 2005.

Chapter in an edited book:

Author(s) Last name Initials. Title of chapter. In: Editor(s) Last name Initials, editors. Titleof book. Place of publication: Publisher; year of publication. Page numbers.

Example: Meltzer PS, Kallioniemi A, Trent JM. Chromosome alterations in human solidtumors. In: Vogelstein B, Kinzler KW, editors. The genetic basis of human cancer. NewYork: McGraw-Hill; 2002. p. 93-113.

Book with a corporate author:

Organization name. Title. Place of publication: Publisher; Year of publication.

Example: Department of Agriculture, Food and Rural Development. Pedigree sheep breedimprovement programme: performance results for lambs summer 2000. Cavan (Ireland) Department of Agriculture, Food and Rural Development; 2000.

E-journal article:

Author(s) last name Initials. Title of article. Abbreviated journal title [Internet]. YearMonth Day of publication [cited Year Month Day]; Volume (Issue): Pages. Available from: URL.

Example: Abood S. Quality improvement initiative in nursing homes: the ANA acts in anadvisory role. Am J Nurs [Internet]. 2002 Jun [cited 2002 Aug 12];102(6):966 – 969. Available from:

The full form of abbreviations must be provided in the text.

Review articles must deal with relevanttopics in either the clinical or the bench research realmand must have at least 50 sources and.

Case reports must consist of a summary, an introduction, case descriptions, and discussion.

A summary is required in both review articles and case reports, but they are not required to be structured, and must contain maximum 200 words.

The submitted articles will be examined by the journal's reviewers and will be published if approved by the editorial board.

The editorial boards are allowed to accept or reject the submitted articles or edit accepted ones.

Submitted articles cannot be cancelled under any circumstances.

The responsibility of the accuracy of the contents lies with the author(s).

The authors are recommended to use reference manager software for referencing the articles.