Manuscript formatting and submission
International Journal of BioEngineering, NeuroSciences and Technology (IJBNST) ISSN: 2250–0952
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(last revised 12/03/2016)
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Double Column text, except wherever a large figure has to be formatted as a single column. Except otherwise specified, manuscript text will conform to Times New Roman 10, 1.05 multiple line spacing
Title: Times New Roman 16 (Centered)
Names of Author(s): Times New Roman 10 (Centered)
Author affiliation ( Times New Roman 8 single column Centered) needs to be given below author names in order of appearance. Relation between author listing and affiliation needs to be indicated as superscripted numbers to the right of name in author listing and to the left in affiliation.
Abstract: Times New Roman 9 (single column) Justified
Subsection title: Times New Roman 10 Small Caps with 4 pt spacing after the subsection title (paragraph formatting) left aligned.
New Subsection text begins with 4 pt spacing before the text (paragraph formatting)
Reference citations should be given in ascending order of their appearance on the manuscript
Tables need to have title above the table and figures need to have title below the figure. (Times New Roman 9)
Each table and figure should be accompanied by a legend below it. (Times New Roman 8)
Equations need to left aligned; equation numbers should be right aligned; equations quoted in manuscript need to conform to this form. (Eqn. 1)
References (Times New Roman 9) should be listed as
 Markowitsch H.J. (1995) Cerebral basis of consciousness: a historical view. Neuropsychol, 33(9):1181-92
 Infrasound. Brief Review of Toxicological Literature. (2001). 51 pages. ntp.niehs.nih.gov/ntp/ htdocs/Chem_Background/ExSumPdf/Infrasound.pdf (last accessed March 6, 2007)
 Kriajevska M.V., M.N. Cardenas, M.S. Grigorian , N.S. Ambartsumian, G.P. Georgiev, E.M. Lukanidin (1994) Nonmuscle myosin heavy chain as a possible target for protein encoded by metastasis-related mts-1 gene. J Biol Chem, 269(31):19679–19682
Acknowledgements where required should be given.
Receipt of funding for research should be specified.
Any queries regarding manuscript formatting may be addressed to the Editor.
Formatted Manuscripts may be sent by email in Acrobat pdf and Word form to The Editor at firstname.lastname@example.org
In the event of any bounce of email(s) sent with paper(s) attached, kindly scan papers for virus. If the inconvenience persists, kindly inform the Editor.
All Queries may kindly be addressed to the Editor, Prof. A. Prabhu Britto (email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com)