Web Journal 投稿ガイドライン
Glicative Stress Research
Aims and Scope
Glycative Stress Research is a free access journal published by the Japanese Society of Glycation Stress Research. It is aimed at researchers and practitioners covering a wide range of biochemical, genetic and medical fields with particular focus on glycative stress. Glycative Stress Research is an independent, scientific, and peer-reviewed journal.
Manuscript Submission Guidelines
Manuscripts are received with the understanding that they are unpublished work and not under simultaneous submission to another publication. The copyrights of accepted manuscripts (including the right of Articles 28 and 27 of the Copyright Act) become the sole property of the Editorial Board of web journal with the Japanese Society of Glycation Stress Research and may not be published elsewhere without the written consent of the Society. Manuscripts containing research methods which conflict with medical ethics will be rejected. It is the authors' responsibility to obtain informed consent from patients before the conduct of a procedure or treatment, and the manuscript should state that consent was obtained in compliance with Declaration of Helsinki. Clinical trials are highly recommended to be pre-registered. All manuscripts are subject to review by experienced referees competent in the topic area of the paper. Final acceptance is made by the Editorial Board, which reserves its decision as final.
Manuscripts should be written in English. All manuscripts must be accompanied by an abstract of a maximum 250 words. For the title and abstract page, list the names, e-mail address and affiliations of all authors, as well as the name, affiliation, mailing address, phone number, fax number, and e-mail of the corresponding author. Describe grant support, if any. Provide a 2- to 6-word running title/head for the article, and up to 5 keywords. Use appropriate subheadings throughout the body of the text, such as Introduction, Methods, Results, and Discussion. Cite tables, figures, and references in numerical order throughout the manuscript.
Tables, figures and illustrations
Tables: Tables should be numbered with Arabic numerals (Table 1, 2, etc.) and provided a title. Save each table as a separate file. Do not integrate tables into the text.
Figures and illustrations: Number figures and illustrations in the order in which they are mentioned in the text. Provide figure legends on a separate page. Save each figure or illustration as a separate file, preferably in jpg., bmp., .tif or .eps format. Do not insert figures or illustrations into the text document. Delete any information that may identify patients from illustrations. Submit figures and illustrations as they should appear on publication. No figure or illustration should cover more than 1/4 of one page after printing.
Conflict of Interest Self-Declaration
If the contents of the paper have economic ties with any companies, organizations, or groups, the authors are required to take responsibility for these contents. In such cases, the corresponding author should submit self-declarations of COI status for all authors within one year before manuscript submission via the form on our website to the Web Journal Editorial Board. The COI status will be posted at the end of the text just before the Acknowledgments or References. If no COI status is defined, an expression such as, "The authors have indicated no potential conflict of interest." will be included automatically.
Self-Declaration Word form
Identify references in the text by Arabic numerals. References are included in the total number of pages of the manuscript. The list of references should include only those publications cited in the text. Number references in the order in which they are first mentioned in the text. Provide the surname of an author followed by initials. Separate authors using a comma. Preferably, if there are more than three authors, cite the first three authors only followed by ‘et al’. Each reference should include the paper title, journal name, volume number, inclusive page numbers, and year published. Abbreviate journal names according to the Index Medicus system.