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Molecular Vision encourages the submission of manuscripts on the molecular biology, the cell biology, or the genetics of the visual system ocular and cortical. Manuscripts should present original, unpublished material not being considered for publication elsewhere and written to be accessible to vision scientists.
If accepted, the material data and text shall not be published elsewhere without the consent of the Editors and Publisher of Molecular Vision.
While there is no limit on the length of a manuscript, manuscripts are expected to be concise. Following are descriptions of the types of manuscripts Molecular Vision accepts with an outline of the required elements for each manuscript type. Detailed descriptions of the elements of a manuscript are given in the section on "Preparation of manuscripts.
A detailed description of original, unpublished work covering a positive or negative result of significance.
Reports of negative results must be investigations that other investigators would be likely to pursue in the absence of the report. Molecular Vision does not publish simple reports of sequence data or identification of polymorphisms. Reports of new sequence nucleotide or protein may accompany related biological data.
Simple sequencing data should be submitted to GenBank. New SNPs should be reported to appropriate sites such as http: A research article must include the following sections: Figures, Tables, Appendices, and Supplements should be included as appropriate.
This is a short account detailing a novel method or unique use of current technology that of itself, regardless of the experimental question studied, represents a significant addition to scientific enquiry.
A technical brief must include the following sections: The Editors solicit suggestions for comprehensive articles reviewing the current status of a particular field or topic.
The Editors should be contacted in advance with topics so that appropriateness for publication is confirmed. Appropriateness will be determined by the importance of the topic, lack of existing reviews on topic, and timeliness of request.
Reviews of appropriate topics are still subject to peer review; a determination that a topic is acceptable does not guarantee acceptance of a manuscript. A review must include the following sections:In the fourth quarto edition of Kyd's The Spanish Tragedy appeared, the title page describing it as “Newly corrected, amended, and enlarged with new additions of the Painters part, and others, as it hath of late been divers times acted”.
The authorship of these five Additions, totalling lines, has been much discussed, the leading candidates being Shakespeare and Jonson.
Signed Declaration in a Postgraduate Research Thesis Policy Title 3 I am aware of and understand the university’s policy on plagiarism and I certify that. Declaration of Authorship I, (insert name, surname and ID card number), declare that this dissertation entitled: “Insert title of dissertation ”.
A major benefit of submitting a manuscript to Molecular Vision is the potential for rapid publication.
For this to happen, the following instructions must be carefully followed. (1) Tier 2 article - field level article reserved to authors of selected Tier 1 articles. * Editorials for Research Topics with 5 to 10 published articles have a maximum of 1' words, for Research Topics with more than 10 published articles the following applies: 1' words for 11 articles, 1' for 12 articles, 1' for 13 articles etc.
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