Guidelines for Authors
Requirements for scientific articles design
Articles in the "Research Results in Pharmacology" magazine are made out in English in accordance with these requirements, and are accompanied withfull text Russian translation.
The total volume of the article (including title, abstract, keywords, text, literature)
Minimum volume - 9000 characters with spaces. The maximum amount - no more than 60 000 characters with spaces.
The volume of articles in sheets A4: from 4 to 30 (design: print TNR, font size 14, normal spacing between letters, line spacing 1.5, margins 2 cm on all sides.).
Title of the article and information about the author (s)
In the upper left corner the author indicates UDC
Lower using capital letters he enters the title of the article
The title of the article should be brief, informative, reflect the novelty of the presented research.
After the name of the scientific article the author indicates the data in the following order:
Last name, first name, patronymic, position, academic degree, academic rank.
Full name - place of work (study) in the nominative without constituent parts of names of organizations, a full legal address of the organization in the following order: street, city, postal code, country, E-mail address.
Abstract and keywords
The abstract should contain at least 200 words.
The abstract should be reflected all sections of the article:
Requirements for the content of the article and its design
After abstract, you need to submit the text of the article itself. The logical structure when writing:
– INTRODUCTION: [Текст]
– OBJECTIVES: [Текст]
– METHODS: [Текст]
Requirements to tables, figures and formulas
The text in the tables - single interval, font 10-12 TimesNewRoman.
Figures and formula in the English version should contain only Latin characters, the English-language text in the Russian version - only in Russian. Captions must be given below the figure with center alignment.
Graphic images must be of good quality. If there is a line, the text to the English version of the article should be in English, and is visible.
When using photomicrographs, records of function curves, videos of operations, illustrations of vital microscopy, use of hyperlinks to individual high-resolution files is possible.
All formulas should be prepared in Microsoft equation.
Requirements to the sources used in the article
When borrowing material from other sources, a reference to the source is required.
Making links and bibliography
The list of literature should contain 20-30 sources, of which no more than 20% - the work of the authors and co-authors of the article. It is recommended to quote foreign sources (in a foreign language), at least 40%.
References in the text are made in square brackets with cross-references to the literature list.
Sources indicated only in the order of citation in the text to coincide with Russian translation.
References to the English version of the article is made using the Chicago Manual of Style (see "Sample of reference list for the English version."), for Russian language translation - in accordance with GOST 7.05-2008 "(see" Sample of reference list for the Russian version. "). When quoting a Russian-language source of literature, it is necessary to indicate in the English-language version of the article (In Russian). The names of the journals and books in the list of literature should be in italics.
After each name of the source listed in the literature a hyperlink to the main database is indicated (eLIBRARY, PubMed, PMC, SCOPUS, etc..), which contains a source of literature and full-text articles (Full text), if available in the public domain.
Sample of literature list design
Literature sources for the English version, with the original name in Russian, when mentioned in the list of literature should be translated into English. In this case, the translation of the article title and transliteration of authors should coincide with the translation, presented in the original article.
Design of the list of literature for the English-language version of the article
DESCRIPTION of articles from magazines, collections
Author 1, Author 2 (transliterated). Title of the article (translated into English). Journal name (translated into English). Volume number, Issue (Year): Pages.
Last Name, First Name. Name. Journal Name. Volume Number, Issue Number (Year Published): Page Numbers.
For example: Korkin M.V., Nosov A.M., Pokrovskii M.V. et al. Comparative research of endothelio- and cardioprotective properties furostanole of glycosides from culture of cells of plant DioscoreaDeltoidea and 17β-oestradiol. Kuban Research Medical Bulletin. №9 (2006): 137-140. [ELIBRARY] [Full text]
DESCRIPTION OF BOOKS
Authors (transliterated). The name (translated into English). City of publication (in English): Publisher (transliterated), year (in numbers). Pages (R. digits).
Author1, Author2. Book title. City of publication: Publisher, year of publication. Pages.
Last Name, First Name. Title of Book. Publisher City: Publisher Name, Year Published. Page Numbers.
DESIGN OF LIST OF REFERENCES FOR THE RUSSIAN VERSION OF ARTICLE
DESCRIPTION OF THE SOURCE from print magazine
(Similar requirementsfor English language sources in the Russian version of the article):
1. Abakarova, P.R. Treatment of vulvovaginal candidiasis with the use of the drug "Ginofort" / P.R.Abakarova // Gynecology. - 2006. - №1. - S. 19-20. [ELIBRARY] [Full text]
2. Akudovich, N.V. Perinatal outcomes in vulvovaginal candidiasis / N.V.Akudovich, A.F.Kupert, A.V.Vetohin // Bul. SB RAMS. - 2004. - Volume 1, №2. - S. 14-17. [ELIBRARY] [Full text]
4 or more authors:
Antimicrobial Activity of the collected material for the treatment of vaginal candidiasis / N.A.Kondratiev, T.F.Odegova, O.A.Blinov [et al.] // Pharmacy. - 2007. - Vol. 8. - P. 36-37. [ELIBRARY]
DESCRIPTION OF SOURCE FROM electronic resource
(Similarrequirementsfor English language sources in Russian version of the article):
1. Fungal affection of eye (mycoses of eyes,oculomycosis) [Electronic resource] // Mycology: website. – Access mode: http://www.rusmedserv.com/mycology/html/eye.htm (reference date 12.12.2015)
DESCRIPTION OF THE MANUAL
(Similarrequirements English language sources in Russian version of the article):
1. Validation of analytical methods for drug manufacturers. Typical manual for enterprises for the production of drugs / ed. by V.V.Beregovykh. - M.: Litterra, 2008. - 122 p.
2. The State Pharmacopoeia of the USSR. - 11th ed. / Ministry of Health of the USSR - Moscow: Medicine, 1990. - Vol. 2 - 400 seconds.
1. Pat. 2253457 Russian Federation, МПК A61K31 / 7048, A61K31 / 4164, A61K9 / 02, A61P31 / 00. The agent for the treatment of urogenital infections / A.V. Polosin; the applicant and the patentee Polosin A.V. - Application 2003107604/15 dated 20.03.2003; publ. 27.09.2004. [ELIBRARY] [Full text]
File with the article is recommended to designate "Last name of the author, article"
Example of a cross-reference design
A cross reference must be specified in the text of the article when quoting sources of literature (examples, [1, 2]). All cross-references must be highlighted in blue and have an underscore.
Step 1. Select the source in the text of the article to which you refer. In Insert menu click Cross-reference.
Step 2. In the pop-up menu type of referenceselect type of itemParagraph in the menu Enter the link to select Paragraph Number, in menu For What Paragraph select from list of literature sources the one that corresponds to the desired one.
Step 3. In Cross-References menu, click Insert and Close.
Creation of a custom hyperlink to a Web page.
All sources of literature, reflected in the list of references should have hyperlinks to the known databases [eLIBRARY, PubMed, PMC, and others.] or the official website of the magazine where you can see the full-text article [Fulltext] or summaries [Abstract]. In the event that an article may be seen both in the form of summary as well as with full access you need to show two links. For example: [eLIBRARY] [Fulltext] or [PubMed] [PMC].
Example of literature source design with a hyperlink to a web page
Let us consider the example of design of a hyperlink to a web page for the source of literature:
Vascular oxidative stress and endothelial dysfunction in patients with chronic heart failure: Role of xanthine-oxidase and extracellular superoxide dismutase / U. Landmesser, S. Spiekermann, X. Dikalov [et al.] // Circulation. - 2002. - Vol. 106. - P. 3073-3078.
Step 1:Find specifiedliterature source in known databases:. ELIBRARY, PubMed, PMC, etc., denoting the name of the database in brackets after the name of theliterature source ([eLIBRARY], [PubMed], [PMC] or others.).
In this example, we find our article in PubMed database in the form of summary (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/12473554),
and also its full format article on the official site of the magazine:
Therefore, after specifying the source of literature, we enter the following hyperlinks to the databases:
Vascular oxidative stress and endothelial dysfunction in patients with chronic heart failure: Role of xanthine-oxidase and extracellular superoxide dismutase / U. Landmesser, S. Spiekermann, X. Dikalov [et al.] // Circulation. - 2002. - Vol. 106. - P. 3073-3078. [PubMed] [Fulltext]
Step 2. Select the text that represents a hyperlink [text in square brackets], located after the name of theliterature source.
Step 3: Right-click and then click onHyperlinkin context menu or inInsert tab in the Links group select command Hyperlink.
Step 4. Click on the Hyperlink option:
Step 5. To create a link to an existing Web page in the section Link to select settingwith web page:
Step 6. Copy link address from the web site:
Step 7. Insert the website address in the Address field:
Step 8. click OK. We get an active link in Word. All hyperlinks must be highlighted in blue.
Vascular oxidative stress and endothelial dysfunction in patients with chronic heart failure: Role of xan-thine-oxidase and extracellular superoxide dismutase / U. Landmesser, S. Spiekermann, X. Dikalov [et al.] // Circulation. - 2002. - Vol. 106. - P. 3073-3078. [PubMed] [Fulltext]
Step 9. Repeat all the steps to get a hyperlink to the full-text article [Fulltext].
Step 10. To remove a hyperlink, highlight it, click on the hyperlink using the right button of the mouse and from the context menu select Remove Hyperlink: