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JOURNAL «SRP». Detailed plan for original articles

1. The MATERIALS AND METHODS OF THE STUDY section should contain information about the methods that is sufficient to ensure their reproducibility. The author should account for his/her choice of methods; explain their advantages over other methods that could be as well used for the same purpose. Conditions for the operations performed during experimental work and the sequence of the operations should be described in detail, though there is no need to dwell upon the methods already described. In this case, it would suffice to include a reference to an appropriate literary source. It is necessary to state the source and qualification of the reagents that are critical for reproduction of the method, as well as the manufacturer and country of origin of the tools and equipment used in experiments. Names of companies should be cited using original spelling.

 

2. Information in the RESULTS and DISCUSSION OF RESULTS sections should be presented in a laconic and logical manner. Tabulated data and figure captions should not repeat themselves. Presentation of results should have the form of elucidation of observed trends, and not the form of rendering tabulated and graphical data. It is recommended that authors describe results using the past tense and indicative mood. Discussion should not duplicate the information provided in the results description. Statistical methods should be described in as much detail as to enable a competent reader, having access to the raw data, to verify the results presented in the article. Where appropriate, the obtained data should be evaluated quantitatively and accompanied with the corresponding measurement errors and uncertainty values (such as confidence intervals). One should not rely exclusively on statistical verification of hypotheses, e.g. on using p-values, that do not completely reproduce relevant information. Authors should justify their choice of experimental sites. Randomisation details should be stated. The methods used for ensuring «blind» control should be described, and their efficiency assessed. The description of the study design and statistical methods should include references to well known guidelines and manuals, where appropriate. Available computer software that was used in the study should be specified.

 

3. CONCLUSIONS should satisfy the aim of the study; the results obtained should demonstrate that the objectives of the study have been achieved. The main conclusion should answer the question formulated in the introductory part of the article. There should be no more than 3–5 conclusions. If there are more conclusions, the significance of the main one(s) may be lost.

 

4. If a publication is sponsored by a company or a fund, this should be stated after the conclusions.

 

5. The authors of an article must reference the sources that they used and from which they borrowed information or certain results. The borrowed content (parts of texts, citations, tables, formulas, graphs, etc.) which is not accompanied by references to the authentic source is considered to be plagiarism and may entail consequences. Plagiarism constitutes grounds for the rejection of the article.

 

 

 




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