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Instructions to Authors

Submission: Only original papers in English are conisidered and should be sent to the following address:

Prof. dr. CARMEN PANAITESCU Chief Editor of "Fiziologia"

Manuscripts should be submitted by e-mail only, written in Microsoft Word 97 or later versions. Conditions: AII manuscripts are subject to editorial review. Manuscripts are received with the explicit understanding that they are not under simultaneous consideration by any other publication. Submission of an artide for publication implies the transfer of the Copyright from the authorto the publisher upon acceptance. Accepted papers become the permanent property of "Fiziologia" (Physiology) and may not be reproduced by any means, in-whole or in part, without the written consent of the publisher. It is the author's responsibility to obtain permission to reproduce illustrations, tables, etc. from other publications. Arrangement: Title page: The first of each paper should indicate the title, the authors' names and their affiliation(s). A short title for use as running head is also required. Keywords: for indexing purposes, a list of 3-5 keywords in English and Romanian is essential. Corresponding author: Indicate the full name, the email address and the phone number. Abstract: Each paper needs abstract and title in Romanian and English language, fonts size 9, Arial Narrow. Bady text: fonts size 10, Arial Narrow. Small type: Paragraphs which can or must be set in smaller type (case histories, test methods, etc.) should be indicated with a „p" (petit) in the margin on the left-hand side. Footnotes: Avoid footnotes. When essential, they are numbered consecutively and typed at the foot of the appropriate page, fonts size 8, Arial Narrow. Tables and illustrations: Tables (numbered in Roman numerals) and illustrations (numbered in Arabic numerals) should be prepared on separate sheets, fonts size 9, Arial Narrow. Tables require a heading, and ligures a legend, also prepared on a separate sheet. For the reproduction of illustrations, only good drawings and original photographs can be accepted; negatives or photocopies cannot be used. When possible, group several illustrations on one blockfor reproduction (max. size 140x188 mm) or provide crop marks. On the back of each illustration indicate its number, the author's name, and artide title. Colour illustration are reproduced at the author's expense. References: In the text identify references by Arabic figures, (in brackets), fonts size 9, Arial Narrow. Material submitted for publication but not yet accepted should be noted as "unpublished data" and not be induded in the reference list. The list of references should include only those publications which are cited in the text. The references should be numbered and arranged alphabetically by the authors' names. The surnames of the authors followed by initials should be given. There should be no punctuation signs other than a comma to separate the authors. When there are more than 3 authors, the names of the 3 only are used, followed by "et al" abbreviate journal names according to the Index Medicus system. (also see International Committee of Medical Journal Editors: Uniform Requirements for manuscripts submitted to biomedical journals. Ann Intern Med 1982; 96: 766-771).

Examples: (a) Papers published in perfodicals: Kauffman HF, van der Heide S, Beaumont F, et al: Class-apecific antibody determination against Aspergillus fumigatus by mean of the enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay. III. Comparative study: IgG, IgA, IgM, ELISA titers, precipitating antibodies and IGE biding after fractionation of the antigen. Int Arch Allergy Appl Immunol 1986; 80:300 - 306. (b) Monographs; Matthews DE, Farewell VT: Using and Understanding Medical Statistics. Basel, Karger, 1985. (c) Edited books: Hardy WD Jr, Essex M:.FeLV-inducted feline acquired immune deficiency syndrome: A model for human AIDS; in Klein E(ed): Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome. Prag Allergy, Busel, Karger, 1986, vol 37,353 - 376. Galley proofs: unless indicated otherwise, galley proofs are sent to the first-named author and should be retumed with the least possible delay. Alternations made in galley proofs, other than the corrections of printer's errors, are charged to the author. No page proofs are supplied.

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