1. e-Book/Chapter Submission-
For all online submissions, the complete e-Book/chapter(s) must be provided in the form of a single zipped folder containing soft copies of all the materials such as main text in MS word, figures/illustrations, tables, and equations as separate files.
A PDF version of the entire e-Book/chapter must also be included, embedded with all the figures/illustrations/tables/chemical structures etc. in the correct location.
2. e-Book language
The e-Book must be written in English (American or U.K. spelling), in a clear, direct and active style. All pages must be numbered sequentially, facilitating in the reviewing and editing of the e-Book/chapter. Authors from non-English speaking countries should collaborate with English speaking colleagues. Alternatively, for English language and grammatical corrections, editors/authors may also seek assistance from Peertechz Language Editing Services by sending a mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org
3. Initial Proof-reading
It is imperative that before submission, authors should carefully proofread the e-Book/chapter content files for special characters, mathematical symbols, Greek letters, equations, tables, references and images, to ensure that they appear in proper order and format.
4. ISBN and Creative Commons:
All e-Books will be published under Creative Commons (CC-BY) 4.0 license. Also all the published eBooks will be provided with ISBN and DOI.
5. Structure of e-Book:
The authors should give extra attention to the structure of the e-Book. The e-Book should be arranged in following manner:
i. Title page
ii. Authors details (indicating corresponding author with an asterisk)
vi. Materials and methods
xii. Figures with legends
xiii. Tables with legends.
[Manuscript content should be in Times New Roman 10 normal with 1.5 line spacing, Left-Right Alignment, side and sub headings with bold].
Text of the references should be in square brackets, e.g. [1,2], for multiple references e.g., [1, 5-8] and figures/tables are in round brackets, e.g. (Figure 1), (Table 1)]
i. Title Page:
Title: [Write the e-Book title in title case.]
ii. Authors: [List of all author names here including corresponding author; e.g., Author1, Author2, and Author3]
e.g., Steven M. Silverstein 1*, Dean Moburg 2, Achyut n pandey 1, Manjusha Joshi 1, K.D.Desai 1, M.S.Menon 2 and Vincenzo Di Lazzaro3
[Place here affiliations of all the authors as below]
1Name of the author, Department, University, Country
2 Name of the author, Department, University, Country
3 Name of the author, Department, University, Country
1Department of Cardiology, HaEmek Medical Center, Afula, Israel
2University of California, Los Angeles, Medical Center, Torrance, California, USA
3 German Cancer Research Center (DKFZ), Heidelberg, Germany
*Corresponding author: Name of the author, Department, University, City, Country, Tel: xxxxxxxx; Fax: xxxxxxx; E-mail: email@example.com
e.g., *Correspondig author: Nicolas Wernert, Institute of Pathology, University of Bonn, P.O. Box 2120, 53011 Bonn, Germany; Tel: +49-228-287-15371; Fax: +49-228-287-15030; Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
iii. Abstract: [Abstract limit is 250 words, should be divided into four parts like Introduction, Methods, Result, Conclusion.]
iv. Keywords: [Put here three to five keywords]
e.g., Development; Fetal; Pancreatic; Insulin; Glucagon; Immunofluorescence
Abbreviations: [Write down your text here]
WPN: Weeks Post-natal; PDX1: Pancreatic Duodenal Homeobox 1; NGN3: Neurogenin3; WPC Weeks Post-conception; SOX17: Sex Determining Region Y Box-17
[Write down your text here. References numbers must be started from introduction part only in square brackets.]
vi. Materials and Methods:
[Write down your text here]
[Write down your result in this part]
[Write down your text here]
[Note your conclusion here]
x. Conflict of Interest
[Express the economical conflicts here.]
[Explore the list of contributors who work with Article/Manuscript and Expression. provision of grant details.]
[References should be list here in consecutive order of citations of the article. Catalog all authors if more than five authors, list the first five followed by “et al.”]
[General style of reference is:]
[List out all authors as follow: last name, Surname Name-First Name, if more than five authors put et al. Title of article. Journal short name Year; Volume: Page numbers.]
Bray F, Ren JS, Masuyer E, Ferlay J. Global estimates of cancer prevalence for 27 sites in the adult population in 2008. Int J Cancer 2013; 132: 1133-1145.
Heapy AM, Patterson AV, Smaill JB, Jamieson SM, Guise CP, et al. Synthesis and cytotoxicity of pyranonaphthoquinone natural product analogues under bioreductive conditions. Bioorg Med Chem 2013; 21: 7971-7980.
Figure 1: [Place figures/ images here]
Figure Legend 1: [Mention the title and explanation of figure.]
Figure 2: [Place figures/ images here]
Figure Legend 2: (A) – [Declare the title and explanation of figure] (B) - [Mention the title and explanation of figure.]
[All tables should be double spaced. Each table on a separate page]
Table 1: [Type or copy/paste here a brief descriptive title of the table DO NOT use full-stop after table sentence]
Abbreviations: [Put full form of all abbreviations used in the table or text.]
WPN: Weeks Post-natal; PDX1: Pancreatic Duodenal Homeobox 1
6. e-Books Processing Charges:
The e-Book processing charges becomes a necessity because all the e-Books are published in Open Access mode and implies that the readers can access the e-Books without any restriction and subscription charges. The Open Access mode allows the scientific community to view, download, and distribute e-Books, provided that the original work is properly cited, under the term of "Creative Commons Attribution License". Therefore, in order to continue and sustain in online publishing of e-Books, processing charges are the only support. The contributions solicited from the authors are also used in collaboration services and promotions which ultimately helps in increasing the visualization of the published e-Books. Therefore, in order to continue and sustain in online publishing of e-Books with ethics and stability, processing charges are the only support.
The e-Book publication charges only includes the charges required for extensive peer-review, at least 2-3 proof-reading, colour effects, Cover preparation, ISBN assignment, DOI activation and maintenance of the e-Books online. Publication charges assist in production and editorial costs. It also helps in preparing HTML and PDF versions of e-Books.
Please note that there are no charges for submission of e-Books and final publication.
|eBook publication charges|
|<=20||75 USD per page|
|21 to 50||50 USD per page|
|51 to 200||25 USD per page|
|201 onwards||20 USD per page|
You can directly send your e-Book or ask any query to: email@example.com
University of Reims, France
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Peter J Catalano
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