Author Agreement Form Elsevier Phytomedicine

Preprints Please note that preprints can be shared anytime and anywhere, in accordance with Elsevier`s authorization policy. The output of your z.B. preprints on a Preprint server does not count as a previous publication (for more information, see “Multiple, redundant or simultaneous publication”). Statement of Interest All authors must disclose all financial and personal relationships with other individuals or organizations that may influence their work inappropriately (biased). Examples of potentially competing interests include employment, consulting firms, stock ownership, fees, testimony from paid experts, patent/registration applications and grants, or other financing. Authors must disclose all interests in two places: 1. A summary statement of interest in the cover file (if double blind) or in the manuscript file (if a single blind person). If there is no interest to declare, say: “Declarations of interest: none.” This summary statement will eventually be published if the article is accepted. 2. Detailed information as part of a separate declaration of interest that is part of the journal`s official records. It is important that potential interests are reported in both locations and that the information is consistent. More information. Offprints The author receives a free personalized share link that offers 50 days of free access to the final published version of the article on ScienceDirect.

The Share link can be used for the release of the article via any communication channel, including email and social media. For a fee, paper prints can be ordered via the print order form sent for publication after the article has been accepted. Co-authors and co-authors can order off-offerprints at any time through Elsevier`s Author Services. Authors who have published their gold open access article do not receive a sharing link because their final version of the open access article is available on ScienceDirect and can be shared via the DOI-Link article. Willcox, M.L., Graz, B., Falquet, J., Diakite, C., Giani, S., Diallo, D., 2011. A “reverse pharmacology” approach to the development of malaria phytometology. Malaria J. 10 (Suppl.

1), S8. Abstract A concise and factual summary is required. The summary should briefly outline the purpose of the research, key findings and key findings. A summary is often presented separately from the article, so it must be able to stand alone. For this reason, references should be avoided, but if necessary, quote the author and the years. (n) Non-standard or unusual shortcuts should also be avoided, but if they are essential, they must be defined when they are first mentioned in the summary itself. Abbreviations A section of abbreviations should precede the manuscript. Define abbreviations that are not standard in this field in a footnote to place on the first page of the article. The abbreviations that are inevitable in an abstract way must be defined, as well as in the footnote in their first mention. Ensure that the abbreviations are consistent throughout the article. See “Uniform requirements for manuscripts submitted to biomedical journals” (1991) New England Journal of Medicine 324:424-428. The corresponding authors receive an email with a link to our online proofing system that allows an online note and proof correction.

The environment is similar to MS Word: In addition to editing text, you can also comment on numbers/tables and answer questions from the copy editor. Web-based proofing allows for a faster and less error-prone process because you can enter your corrections directly, avoiding potential error filing.

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