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A collective article should be signed by all authors indicating the role of each.
Research concept and design – I. Ivanov, S. Sidorov
Collection and processing of material – P. Petrov
Statistical data processing – P. Petrov
Writing a text– S. Sidorov
Editing – I. Ivanov
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In determining authorship, it is recommended that the ICJME criteria be followed.
Correction to the authors is not sent.

The author must have accurate and complete information on the research described in the article, which can be submitted on request.

The author does not have the right to submit one article for publication in several scientific publications. If the article uses information that was previously published, the author must indicate the source and author of the quoted information. In addition, the author must provide the editor with a copy of the cited article.

The author must confirm that his article is original, and indicate the sources of cited information.

The author is responsible for complying with national and local laws when conducting studies involving people and animals (e.g. Helsinki Declaration of the World Medical Academy; NCD policy on animal research; EU animal research directive). The author must obtain permission to publish from the person (s) who participated in the study and respect confidentiality.

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The rules for compiling cited references (bibliography) for authors are compiled taking into account the “Uniform Requirements for Manuscripts Submitted to Biomedical Journals” manuscripts submitted to biomedical journals. The correct description of the sources used in the references is the guarantee that the cited publication will be taken into account when evaluating the scientific activities of its authors and the organizations where they work.

=In the list of references, all works are listed in citation order (references to them in the text, not alphabetically). At least 25 sources may be cited in original articles, at least 50 in literature reviews, up to 25 in lectures and other materials. The bibliographic description of domestic journals is complete, foreign ones must comply with PubMed or MEDLINE style.

The procedure for compiling the list: 1) the author (s) of the book or article (with the authors’ team up to 6 people, all are mentioned, with large groups of authors – 3 first authors “et al.”, In foreign ones “et al.”); 2) if editors act as authors of books, after the surname should be put “ed.”; 3) the title of the book and article; 4) output.

If the cited article has a DOI index, you must specify it in the list of references.

Examples of references to the literature

Journal article

Martin A., Jackel M.C., Christiansen H. et al. Organ preserving transoral laser microsurgery for cancer of the hypopharynx. Laryngoscope. 2008; 118: 298–406.

Huang W.Y., Jen Y.M., Chen C.M. Intensity modulated radiotherapy with concurrent chemotherapy for larynx preservation of advanced resectable hypopharyngeak cancer. Radiat. Oncol. 2010;5:37


Keshav S., Culver E. Gastroenterology: Clinical cases uncovered. New York: Wiley—Blackwell; 2011. 192p.

Materials of scientific conferences

 European meeting on hypertension. Milan, Jine 15–19, 2007. Milan; 2007.

Electronic source

World Health Organization. Health for All Database. for-all-database-hfa-db2

Sample transliteration and translation of the article for Russian-language links:

Egorov M.A., Nefedov V.P., Nefedov O.V. Clinical morphology of precancer and cancer of the lip. Klinicheskaja stomatologija. 2011;4(60):26–28