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ONCOLOGIE《肿瘤学》 (官网投稿)

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  • 期刊简称ONCOLOGIE
  • 参考译名《肿瘤学》
  • 核心类别 SCI期刊(2019), SCIE期刊(2019), 外文期刊,
  • IF影响因子 0.052
  • 自引率0.00%
  • 主要研究方向医学-ONCOLOGY 肿瘤学

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医学-ONCOLOGY 肿瘤学

Oncologie《肿瘤学》(季刊). Oncologie, an international peer-reviewed journal with a group of the globally experts who are leaders in oncology&...[显示全部]
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1、投稿方式:在线投稿。

2、期刊网址:

https://www.techscience.com/journal/oncologie

3、投稿网址:

http://www.tspsubmission.com/index.php/oncologie

4、官网邮箱:oncologie@techscience.com(编辑部)

5、期刊刊期:季刊,一年出版四期。

2021520日星期四

                             

 

投稿须知【官网信息】

 

Instructions for Authors

All manuscripts must be submitted via the online system, and manuscripts submitted for publication must be prepared according to the guidelines given below. 

Template in PDF: Sample.pdf.

Template in MS Word: Sample.doc.

This guideline is intended to assist authors as they prepare their manuscripts. To avoid any delay and time-consuming restructuring, Oncologie asks and encourages authors to read the guidelines before writing the manuscript.

Oncologie publishes review, research articles and other types of manuscripts. All papers must be written in English, and follow a clear, concise style. The language editors may have to check the language and grammar of your submitted manuscript, and make editorial changes if deemed necessary.

For Review Articles

Reviews normally should have 150300 words in the abstract, be continuous (not structured) and without reference numbers. Reviews may have different sections and sub-headings according to the subject matter. The main headings of the review should be summarized as a numbered ‘Contents’ section immediately following the ‘Abstract’.

For Case Reports

Case Reports should include a succinct introduction about the general medical condition or relevant symptoms that will be discussed in the case report; the case presentation including all of the relevant de-identified demographic and descriptive information about the patient(s), and a description of the symptoms, diagnosis, treatment, and outcome; a discussion providing context and any necessary explanation of specific treatment decisions; a conclusion briefly outlining the take-home message and the lessons learned.

Begin each component on a separate page. Number all pages (starting with the title page), tables and figures in Arabic numerals. Do not number lines.

1 Cover Letter

A submitted manuscript must be accompanied by a cover letter. The cover letter must clearly state that the manuscript is an original work with its merit, has not been previously published in whole or in part, and is not being considered for publication elsewhere. It should also include statements indicating that all authors have read the final manuscript, have approved the submission to the journal, and have accepted full responsibilities pertaining to the manuscript’s delivery and contents. If any ethical, copyright, disclosure issues come with the manuscript, please reveal them in the cover letter. In the cover letter, the authors need to declare that there is no conflict of interest or disclose all the conflicts of interest regarding the manuscript submitted.

2 Templates

Authors are encouraged to use the Microsoft Word (see link above).

3 General Format of Articles

3.1 General Style

The paper size is US Letter (8.5“ × 11” or 21.59 cm × 27.94 cm) All margins — top, bottom, left, and right — are set to 1” (2.54 cm).

Use Times New Roman 11-point size for the main body of the paper, single spacing, except for the heading as outlined in Section 3.4.

The paper must be in a single column format.

Use British English or American English spellings throughout your manuscript, but not both.

Use 2-character indentation on the first line of each new paragraph.

Do not use page breaks or multiple returns between Sections.

Do not insert page numbers or line numbers.

3.2 Manuscripts

3.2.1 Title and Author Information

The title and author information should use Minion Pro font.

The title should be in bold, 14-point, left align of the page. Use capital letter on each word of the title.

Provide full names of all authors and their affiliations. The author line should be Minion Pro, 11-point and left aligned.

Authors should be numbered regard to their affiliations. There should be no space between the author name and the number.

Affiliation lines should be Minion Pro font, 9-point.

Corresponding author should be marked *.

3.2.2 Abstract

The font of the Abstract should be in 10-point size, Minion Pro.

Abstract of a research paper should be 200–400 words, and 150–300 words for review paper.

Abstract should be left aligned.

The abstract should be in one continuous paragraph without reference numbers.

All abbreviations should be defined in full unless the abbreviation appears more than once in the abstract.

3.2.3 Keywords

Keywords should be in the same section with the abstract, and use 10-point size, Minion Pro font.

Three keywords are the minimum. Use a comma to divide each keyword.

Keywords should be left aligned.

Each keyword except the first one should be lowercase unless an uppercase letter is necessary.

3.3 Headings

In the main body of the paper, three different levels of headings (for sections, subsections, and sub-subsections) may be used.

The section of abstract should not be numbered. Subsequent sections should be numbered consecutively in Arabic numbers, starting from 1.

Level one headings for sections should be in bold, and be flushed to the left, e.g., 1., 2., …

Level two headings for subsections should be bold-italic, and be flushed to the left. Level two headings should be numbered after the level one heading, e.g., 1.1., 1.2.,….

Level three headings should be italic; and be flushed to the left, e.g., 1.1.1., 1.1.2.,…

Use 12-pound before paragraph distance and 3-pound after paragraph distance.

Do not use page breaks or multiple returns between sections.

3.4 Units and Symbols

Units of measurement should be used concisely according to the International System of Units (SI).

All units should be converted to SI units whenever possible.

There should be a space between the unit and Arabic number: 5 mm NOT 5mm.

Please use Arabic number and relevant unit in the manuscript: 5 kg NOT five kilograms or 5 kilograms or five kg.

Do not use hyphen/dash or any connector symbol between the value and its unit: 5 kg NOT 5-kg.

Please clarify all units during a calculation or a mathematical relationship: 3 cm × 5 cm NOT 3 × 5 cm, 123 g± 2 g or (123±2) g NOT 123± 2 g, 70%–85% NOT 70–85%.

Greek letters must be inserted using the correct Greek symbol (using Times, Helvetica or Symbol font), NOT written in full, i.e., alpha: α; beta: β, (available in Times and Helvetica); and gamma: γ, etc.

Abbreviations

Abbreviations should be defined in parentheses the first time they appear in the abstract, main text, and in figure or table caption and used consistently thereafter. Accepted abbreviations for statistical parameters are: P, n, SD, SEM, df, ns, ANOVA, t. Naming of chemicals should follow that given in Chemical Abstracts Service.

Equations

If you are using MS Word, please use either the Microsoft Equation Editor or the MathType add-on. Please submit math equations as editable text and not as images.

Statistical Analysis

Appropriate statistical treatment of the data is essential. When the statistical analysis is performed, the name of the statistical test used, the n number for each analysis, the comparisons of interest, the alpha level and the actual p-value for each test should be provided.

3.5 Figures and Tables

3.5.1 Figures

When submitting manuscripts to ONCOLOGIE, authors must provide the original raw images of both the figures (e.g., diagrams, charts, graphs, and photographs) cited in the main text and the supporting information reported in the article. These files are required for the peer review process and must be received before a manuscript can be accepted.

All of the figures displayed in the text should be as simple as possible while maintaining clarity.

Figures should be centered and should include an explanatory caption placed underneath.

Each figure should be located in the text soon after its first mention in the manuscript.

Figures should have no frames or borders.

3.5.2 Format for Figures

Figures should be in the form of either a TIFF file without layers or a JPEG file (but only if the image was originally saved as the highest possible quality JPEG).

Figures may be supplied as separate JPEG files if the authors are unable to include them with the text.

All other formats, including BMP, GIF, PCT, PNG, and low-quality JPEG files, are unacceptable.

Figures should be neither stretched nor distorted but in their original dimensions.

Photoshsop, Powerpoint, MS Word, or similar software should not be used to export or alter the color or appearance of figures.

3.5.3 Dimensions of Figures

Images and figures are measured in centimeters or inches. Figures should measure 17 cm (6.70 in) wide by 20 cm (7.87 in) high.

Any excess white space surrounding a figure should be removed before calculating its size.

If a figure is wider than 17 cm (6.70 in), it should be divided into two or more separate and clearly labeled parts.

3.5.4 Quality of Images

Images must be clear, high-contrast, and clearly legible at the size in which they are to appear in the journal.

The resolution of images should be at least 300 dpi.

Any low-resolution figures must be re-created from scratch.

3.5.5 Multi-Panel Figures

Each panel of a multi-panel figure (referred to as, e.g., Figs. 1A, 1B, 1C, and 1D in the text) should be logically connected to the other panels, and all of the panels should be assembled into a single file on a single page. Images that contain large amounts of information should be broken down into multiple figures to ensure that all of the information is visible. To repeat, multiple panels must be assembled and submitted as a single file rather than as separate files.

3.5.6 Color Mode

RGB (8 bit/channel), CMYK, or greyscale mode are acceptable.

3.5.7 Labels for Figures

The font size for labels should be at least 8-point and no larger than the font size of the main text.

All labels should be in black font.

Figure labels must be proportionate to the image in size and sharp and legible in appearance.

Labels must be in standard fonts (Arial, Helvetica, or Symbol) and use the same font style and size across all of the figures in a paper.

Labels should not overlap or appear faded, disjointed, or distorted.

The letters of labels must not overlap, feature unnecessary gaps or irregular spacing, or appear condensed, expanded, or otherwise distorted either horizontally or vertically.

The sublabels for panels (again, referred to as, e.g., Fig. 1A, 1B, 1C, and 1D in the text) should be placed in the top left-hand corner of the panels and contrast clearly with the background. Note that each panel should be labeled with only a letter (e.g., A, B, C, and D—not 1A, 1B, 1C, and 1D).

3.5.8 Captions for Figures

Figures should have explanatory captions that do not repeat information that already appears in the main text.

The caption should appear directly after the title of the figure to which it belongs. Any credits should appear at the end of the caption or legend.

Captions should not be included as part of the figure files or submitted as a separate document.

The captions should be numbered consecutively using Arabic numbers.

A one-line caption should be centered in the column, e.g., Figure 1: The text caption …

A caption of more than one line should be justified.

The first letter of each sentence must be capitalized (not each word).

3.5.9 In-Text Citation of Figures

In the main text, when referring to figures, use “Fig.” or “Figs.” followed by a space and the appropriate number (e.g., “Fig. 1,” “Figs. 1A and 1B,” “Fig. 2,” “Fig. 3”).

Cite figures (as well as text boxes and tables) in ascending numerical order as each first appears in the manuscript. In the published article, the figures are inserted based on the placement of the first citation and caption.

The lettered subpanels of whole figures may be cited in any order in the text following the first mention of each whole figure in numerical order. For example, any subpart of Fig. 3 may be cited in any order (e.g., Fig. 3C before Fig. 3A) provided that Figs. 1 and 2 have already been cited.

3.5.10 Copyright of Figures

If a figure or table has been published previously—even by an author of the manuscript being submitted for review—the copyright holder’s written acknowledgment and permission for its reuse are often required.

For any figures (or tables) that contain data from a public database (e.g., Gene Ontology/KEGG), the source should be cited in the caption, legend, or title explicitly. For publicly available DNA sequences, the accession number should be provided.

3.5.11 Images of Gels and Blots

Images of gels and blots in figures should not be over cropped around the bands of interest. Rather, figure panels should include some background area above and below bands. Any non-specific bands from the original image should be included in the figure and explained in the text or figure caption or legend.

When a comparative analysis of bands is presented, all of the relevant samples should be run on the same gel/blot.

Each figure should include all of the relevant controls, and, when appropriate, control samples should be run on the same blot or gel alongside the experimental samples.

A figure panel should not include composite images of bands originating from multiple blots, exposures, or gels. If data from multiple blot or gel images are necessary to illustrate the results, the various images should be clearly distinguished as separate panels within the figure (not spliced together), and the caption or legend should make clear that multiple gels, blots, or exposures are being presented.

Any rearrangement of lanes from a single blot/gel image during the preparation of a figure as well as any image splicing should be clearly indicated with vertical black lines on the figure, and the caption or legend should explain how the figure was made. The addition of the lines would be appropriate, for example, when fragments of the same original image have been spliced together to re-order lanes or to remove irrelevant lanes.

Quantitative comparison of samples across multiple gels/blots is strongly discouraged. If such comparison is unavoidable, the figure legend must state whether the samples derive from the same experiment or parallel experiments and whether the gels/blots were processed in parallel.

The rearrangement of lanes that are non-adjacent in a gel must be clearly indicated in a manner that delineates the boundary between the lanes and should be acknowledged in the figure caption or legend.

Loading controls (e.g., GAPDH, actin) must be run on the same blot. When sample processing controls are run on different gels, this fact must be acknowledged in the caption or legend. Any cropped images of gels must retain all of the important bands.

High-contrast gels and blots are discouraged because overexposure may mask additional bands.

Authors should take care to (1) check figures for duplications, (2) check blots and gels for the splicing of lanes, (3) indicate whether panels show sample processing or loading controls, and (4) ensure that the unprocessed scans provided match the figures.

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