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Submission Rules

Information for Authors

GENERAL REQUIREMENTS
The journal covers all aspects of pharmacology. Manuscripts are accepted for consideration by Pharmacologyonline on the condition that they represent original material, have not been published previously, are not being considered for publication elsewhere, and have been approved by each author.
Review articles, research papers, case reports and letters to the editor may be submitted for publication.
Manuscripts that report the results of experimental investigation with human subjects must include informed consent.
 
SUBMISSION OF MANUSCRIPTS
Manuscripts should be submitted to Prof. Anna Capasso, Editor-in-Chief of Pharmacologyonline, by e-mail to annacap@unisa.it
All components of the manuscript must appear within a single electronic file: references, figure legends and tables must appear in the body of the manuscript.
 
TYPING INSTRUCTION
The following detailed instructions are necessary to allow direct reproduction of the manuscript for rapid publishing. If instructions are not followed, the manuscript will be returned for retyping.
The following typefaces, in 10 points size, are preferred: Candara, Times Roman, Helvetica, Courier.
 
GENERAL FORMAT
- The paper size must be "Letter US" 8,5" (21,59 mm) wide by 11" (27,94 mm) long and the typing area must be exactly 8,32" (18,59 mm) wide by 9,23" (23,44 mm) long.
- Justify margins left and right (block format).
- The entire typing area of each page must be filled, leaving no wasted space.
- Text should be single-spaced and double-spaced between paragraphs.
- Special care should be taken to insure that symbols, superscripts and subscripts are legible and do not overlap onto lines above or below.
- The pages after the first one must have a layout with two columns, except the latest ones with tables and/or graphics.

      Please use the template in MSWord (.doc) or Openoffice (.odf) format.

      About the agreements, please send emails attachments as small as possible.
 
 
TITLE
- Type title centered on the width of the typing area and single-spaced if more than one line is required.
- The title should be brief, descriptive and have all words spelled out.
- Double-space, then type the author(s) name(s), single-spaced if more than one line is required.
- Single-space, than type author(s) address(es), also single-spaced, capitalizing first letters of main words.
- Triple-space before Summary
 
SUMMARY
- A single-space should separate the heading from the summary text.
- The summary should be intelligible to the reader without reference to the body of the paper and be suitable for reproduction by abstracting services.
- Introduction to the text (without a heading) should being four spaces below the summary using full margins.
 
KEY WORDS
- Three or more key words must be provided by authors for indexing of their article.
- Key words will be listed directly below the Summary.
- Abbreviated forms of chemical compounds are not acceptable.
- Spell out entirely, using the official nomenclature.

      Example: L-dihydroxyphenylalanine (L-DOPA)
 
MAJOR HEADINGS
Papers must include the major headings: Methods, Results, Discussion, Acknowledgments and References.
Capitalize first letter, and left-align headings on width of typing area.
 
TABLES/FIGURES
Incorporate tables and/or figures with their legends into the main body of text.
If a table or a figure doesn't fit the width, put it at the end of the document (after "References")
Please use just the following image formats: jpg, png, bmp, gif, tiff, svg
 
REFERENCES
- References should be listed numerically, corresponding to their order of appearance in the text, in accordance with the Vancouver System.
- Citation in the text is by Arabic numeral in parentheses.
- Use “et al.” only for six or more authors: “et al.” follows the names of the first three authors.
- Periodical abbreviations should follow those used in Index Medicus.

References should be styled as follows:

    Standard journal article:
  • 1. Agargun MY, Cartwright R. REM sleep, dream variables and suicidality in depressed patients. Psychiatry Res 2003;119:33-39.
  • 2. Wayne K. Goodman WK, Christopher J, et al. Pharmacotherapy of obsessive-compulsive disorder. J Clin Psychiatry 1992; 53(4, suppl):29-37.
    Chapter in book:
  • Benca RM. Mood disorders. In: Kryger MH, Roth T, Dement CD, eds. Principals and Practice of Sleep Medicine, 3rd ed. Philadelphia, PA: W.B. Saunders Company, 2000:1141-1157.
    Books and monographs:
  • Hollander E. Obsessive-Compulsive Related Disorders. Washington, DC: American
 
COPYRIGHT
- It is a condition of publication that manuscripts submitted to this journal have not been published and will not be simultaneously submitted or published elsewhere.
- Plagiarism is strictly forbidden, and by submitting the article for publication the authors agree that the publishers have the legal right to take appropriate action against the authors, if plagiarism or fabricated information is discovered.
- By submitting a manuscript the authors agree that the copyright of their article is transferred to the publishers if and when the article is accepted for publication.
- Once submitted to the journal, the author will not withdraw their manuscript at any stage prior to publication.
 





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