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Instructions for Authors

  1. The IAMR publishes original scientific research, case reports, reviews, letters, editorials and book reviews.
  2. Manuscripts submitted under multiple authorship are reviewed on the assumption that all listed authors concur with the submission and that a copy of the final manuscript has been approved by all authors and tacitly or explicitly by the responsible authorities in the laboratories where the work was carried out (*).
  3. Manuscripts are accepted for review with the understanding that no substantial portion of the study has been published or is under consideration for publication elsewhere.
  4. Manuscript files must be prepared in Word format. Figures/Images should be embedded in the Manuscript file or sent as external files in TIFF, GIF, JPG, BMP, Postscript, or EPS format.
  5. The IAMR is in compliance with the Uniform Requirements for Manuscripts Submitted to Biomedical Journals created by International Committee for Medical Editors (ICMJE)
Preparation of Manuscript (You may use Paper Template )

  1. The Title page should contain the article title, authors' names and academic or professional affiliations, and the address for manuscript correspondence (including e-mail address and telephone and fax numbers). Pages should be numbered consecutively and organized as follows:

    (1) Abstract should not exceed 200 words in research papers, 300 words in reviews, and 100 words in short reports and technical notes. The abstracts should be divided into the following sections: Objective, Methods, Results and Conclusion,
    (2) Three to five keywords
    (3) Introduction,
    (4) Materials and Methods,
    (5) Results,
    (6) Discussion and
    (7) References.

  2. Introduction. State why the investigation was carried out, note any relevant published work, and delineate the objective of the investigation.

  3. Methods. New methods or significant improvements of methods or changes in old methods must be described. Details regarding animal housing conditions should be given. All clinical studies must contain:
    1. a statement that all experimental protocols have been approved by the Ethical Committee of the Institution prior to the commencement of the studies,
    2. a statement that all participants gave informed consent.

  4. Results. Duplication between the text of this section and material presented in tables and figures should be avoided. Tabular presentation of masses of negative data must be avoided and replaced with a statement in the text whenever possible. The results must be presented clearly, concisely and without comment.

  5. Discussion. This section must relate the significance of the work to existing knowledge in the field and indicate the importance of the contribution of this study.

  6. References. The style of references is that of the Index Medicus. List all authors when there are six or fewer, when there are seven or more list the first three, then add "et al.". Unpublished results or personal communications should be cited as such in the text. Please note the following examples:

    1. Çetinel Ş, Özveri ES, Bozkurt A, Haklar G, Şan T, Yeğen BÇ. The effect of sex steroids on the aortic endothelium of rats with thermal injury. Marmara Med J 2003; 16:97-102.
    2. Walker M, Hull A. Preterm labor and birth. In: Taeusch HW, Ballard RA, eds. Avery's Diseases of the Newborn. Philadelphia: WB Saunders, 1998: 144.153.
    3. Lawton J, Ahmad N, Hallowell N, Hanna L, Douglas M. Perceptions and experiences of taking oral hypoglycaemic agents among people of Pakistani and Indian origin qualitative study. BMJ, doi:10.1136/bmj.38460.642789.EO (published 9 May 2005)
    4. WONCA Ad Hoc Task Force on Tobacco Cessation.

  7. Figures. Diagrams and illustrations should be given Arabic numerals. All figure legends should be grouped and written on a separate page. Each Figure should be in one of the following preferred formats: Tiff, JPEG, PDF, and EPS.

  8. Tables. Tables should be numbered consecutively with Roman numerals in order of appearance in the text. Write each table double-spaced on a separate page with a short descriptive title directly above and with essential footnotes below.

  9. Units will be in general accordance with the International System (SI) as adopted by the 11th General Conference on Weights and Measures.

  10. Role of the Funding Source. All sources of funding should be declared as an acknowledgment at the end of the text.

  11. Conflict of Interest: All authors are required to disclose all potential conflicts of interests, including financial interests and relationships and affiliations ( other than those listed in the title page of the manuscript) relevant to the subject of the manuscript. Also editors, all participants in the peer-review and publication process must disclose all relationships that could be viewed as potential conflicts of interests.(**)

  12. Authorship: The IAMR asks the corresponding author to attest that the authors:
    1. had access to all the study data
    2. took responsibility for the accuracy of the analysis
    3. had the authority over manuscript preparation and the decision to submit the manuscript for publication.

  13. All manuscripts are examined by the editorial board and refereed critically by two or more reviewers, at least one from another institution. The editor reserves the right to reject or to return the manuscript to the author(s) for additional changes.

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