Journal of Biomedicine and Practice (JBP) international, peer-reviewed online journal that will contain extensive material on fundamental and clinical medicine. The main subject areas include, but are not limited to: Physiology, Biochemistry, Biophysics, Biotechnology, Molecular Biology, Medical Genetics, Immunology, Microbiology, Virology, Pathology, Hematology, Cardiology, Dermatology, Emergency Medical Care, Endocrinology, Gastroenterology, Family Medicine, Geriatrics, Infectious Neurology, Neurology, Obstetrics and Gynecology, Allergology, Oncology, Ophthalmology, Orthopedics, Pediatrics, Pharmacology, Public Health, Pulmonology, Radiology, Surgery, Urology.
Editorial office of International Online Journal “Journal of Biomedicine and Practice” invite to cooperation specialists in the field of theoretical and practical medicine, actively interested in the current state of biomedical research and clinical practice, the prospects for its development.
The publication in the scientific journal “Journal of Biomedicine and Practice” provides an opportunity for domestic and foreign researchers of organizations, as well as all authors interested in creating a scientific dialogue declare themselves and their scientific discoveries.
Frequency 4 issues per year.
Place of Edition of the journal – Tashkent.
Material for publication submit on email@example.com
It is planned to index the magazine in the international science databases Scopus and Web of Science.
Editor in Chief
Rizaev Jasur Alimjanovich – MD, PhD, Professor of Dental Medicine, Rector of the Tashkent State Dental Institute
Khaitov Rakhim Musaevich – MD, PhD, Professor, Academician of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Honored Scientist of the Russian Federation, scientific director of the FSBI «NRC Institute of immunology» FMBA of Russia
Jin Young Choi – Professor Department of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery School of Dentistry Dental Hospital Seoul National University, President of the Korean Society of Maxillofacial Aesthetic Surgery
Ziyadullaev Shukhrat Khudayberdievich – MD, PhD, Scientific and Practical Center of Dentistry and Maxillofacial Surgery, Tashkent State Dental Institute
Saidamir Saidov – MD, PhD, Associate Professor, Head of the Department of Pharmacology and Clinical Pharmacy, Tashkent Pharmaceutical Institute
Turaev Feruz Fatkhullaevich – MD, PhD, Department of Acquired Heart Diseases, V.Vaкhidov Republican Specialized Center Surgery
Khudaykulova Gulnara Karimovna – MD, PhD, Associate Professor, Department of Infectious and Paediatric Infectious Diseases, Tashkent Medical Academy.
Mavlyanov Farhod Shavkatovich – MD, PhD, Department of Pediatric Surgery, Samarkand State Medical Institute
Bakhtinur Khudanov – Associate professor of Tashkent State Dental Institute, Adjunct professor of Yonsei University College of Dentistry, South Korea
Guidelines for the preparation of manuscripts in Journal of Biomedicine and Practice
For publication are accepted, original, previously unpublished articles and other materials that correspond to the subject matter of the journal. The volume of the original article should not exceed 10-12 pages, notes from practice – 4-5 pages, reviews and lectures – up to 20 pages printed using computer technology.
General requirements for the preparation of articles
Preparation the text of the article:
Indentation and Spacing: Indent left / right: 0, Spacing after/before: 0, line spacing 1,5
Paper size: A4
Fields: 2,5 cm from all sides
Title of the manuscript: Times New Roman, 14 bold, left alignment, uppercase letters
Author (s): Times New Roman, 12 bold, left alignment, italic, uppercase (last name) and lowercase letters
Affiliations, country – Times New Roman, 12 bold, left alignment, italic, lowercase letters
Headings: Times New Roman, 12 bold, left alignment
Subheadings or Sub-sub headings: Times New Roman, 12 bold, left alignment
Text of the manuscript: Times New Roman, 12 Normal.
The title of the article and other materials should be sufficiently brief, adequate to the content and not exceed 12 words.
The names of authors should be mentioned in full in the following order: the name followed by the middle name (if any), followed by the family name, separated by a comma in the case of two or more authors. The last author should be separated from the rest of the authors by the word “and”. Authors should be numbered in the upper index after the surname.
This information should be presented in the following order: department (clinic, laboratory, group, etc.), institution and country.
The name followed by the middle name (if any), followed by the surname, department (clinic, laboratory, group, etc.), institution, country, full postal address, telephone number, fax number, e-mail.
Summary and key words:
The abstract should be short, accurate in Russian and English and should not exceed 150 words. Under the abstract, the subtitle “Keywords” is placed. The article should contain 3-5 key words and phrases in Russian and English.
The significance of the scientific facts studied in theory and practice. Provision of an informed report on the need for research or observation, reference to relevant documentation on the subject of the study and the proposed approach or a new solution to the scientific task that will be outlined in this article.
This section describes the originality and type of research, its planning, control of systematic errors, the scale and duration of the study, the criteria for inclusion and exclusion. It is necessary to describe clearly and in detail how patients or laboratory animals were selected for observations and experiments (including control groups); indicate their age, gender and other important characteristics. Describe methods, equipment (in parentheses, indicate the manufacturer and its address – country or city) and all procedures in sufficient detail so that other researchers can reproduce the results of the study. Bring references to conventional methods, including statistical ones; to give a brief description of already published, but still insufficiently known methods; describe new and substantially modified methods, justify their use and evaluate their limitations. Precisely list all used medications and chemicals, including their international name, dose and route of administration. Describe the statistical methods in such detail that a literate reader who has access to the original data could check the results you have obtained. If possible, subject the findings to a quantitative estimate and present them with the corresponding measurement and uncertainty error indicators (such as confidence intervals).
The results section should provide complete details and presented in the text, tables and illustrations in logical sequence. This section should provide a detailed analysis, synthesis and explanation of their own data or a comparison of theories that are necessary to confirm the conclusion of the study. By volume – is central to your article.
Identify new and important aspects of the study, as well as the conclusions that follow. Do not repeat in detail the data or other material already listed in the “Introduction” or “Results” sections. Discuss in this section the possibility of applying the results obtained, including in further studies, as well as their limitations. Compare your observations with other studies in this area. Link the findings to the research objectives, but avoid “unqualified”, unreasonable statements and conclusions that are not fully supported by facts. In particular, authors should not make any statements concerning economic benefits and costs, unless the relevant economic data and analyzes are presented in the manuscript. Avoid claiming priority and referring to work that has not yet been completed. Formulate new hypotheses when it is justified, but clearly state that these are only hypotheses. Evidence-based recommendations can also be included in this section.
The article must necessarily contain answers to the questions posed by the introductory part, to demonstrate concrete conclusions.
The manuscript should mention all persons and organizations that have provided financial support, as well as other financial or personal participation.
Publishers of the Journal of Biomedicine and Practice follow the rules established by the American Psychological Association (APA). You can use the automatic link design system http://www.bibme.org/ (APA format)
The quoted works should be, including, for the last 5 years
The list of literature in original articles should not exceed 30 sources, and in reviews of literature it is advisable to use no more than 50.
Examples (originally published in English):
Print each table in 2,0 intervals on a separate page. Do not submit tables as photographs. Number the tables sequentially, in the order of their first mention in the text. Give a short title for each one. Each column in the table must have a short title (you can use abbreviations). All explanations should be placed in footnotes and not in the title of the table.
Indicate what statistical measures were used to represent the variability of the data, for example, the standard deviation or the mean error.
Make sure that each table is mentioned in the text.
Imagine complete sets of drawings. Drawings should be painted professionally; carelessly written by hand or typed on a typewriter are unacceptable. Drawings are made on white paper, their quality must meet the scanning requirements. Electronic versions of the drawings are presented as separate files. The recommended width of the picture is no more than 14 cm, the height is no more than 18 cm. The recommended format is jpg (quality maximum). Scanned materials must have a resolution of at least 300 dpi. Instead of original drawings, radiographs and other material, you can send them clear black and white photographs on glossy paper.
All letters, numbers and symbols must be clear and of sufficient size, so that even with a decrease for publication, every detail is distinguishable. The names and detailed explanations should be contained in the signatures to the drawings, and not on the drawings themselves.
To each picture behind the label with the number of the drawing indicated on it, the name of the author and the designation of the top of the figure should be glued. Do not write on the back of the drawings, do not scratch, do not damage them using staples. Do not add drawings, do not paste them on cardboard.
Microphotographs must have internal scale marks. Symbols, arrows, or letters used in photomicrographs should be contrasted with the background.
If photographs of people are used, these people either do not need to be recognizable, or such photos must be accompanied by written permission to publish them.
Figures should be numbered sequentially in accordance with the order in which they are first mentioned in the text. If the pictures have already been published, indicate the original source and submit a written permission for their reproduction from the holder of the publication right. Permission is required regardless of authorship or publisher, except for documents not protected by copyright.
Color illustrations are presented in the form of color negatives, slides or color photographs. The application of drawings with the marking of places that should be reproduced can be useful for the editor.
Signatures to Figures
Print the captions to the drawings in 1.5 intervals on a separate page with Arabic numeration corresponding to the figure numbers. If symbols, arrows, numbers or letters are used to designate parts of a drawing, give them a signature with a clear explanation of each. In the signatures to the photomicrographs, indicate the degree of increase and the way of coloring.
Measurements of length, height, width and volume should be presented in metric units (meter, kilogram, liter) or in their decimal fractions.
The temperature should be given in degrees Celsius, and the arterial pressure in millimeters of mercury.
All hematological and biochemical indicators should be presented in units of the metric system (International System of Units – SI).
Abbreviations and symbols
Use only standard abbreviations. Do not use abbreviations in the title of the article and in the summary. The full term, which is abbreviated, should precede the first use of this abbreviation in the text (unless it is a standard unit of measurement).