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Instructions for the authors

Manuscripts can be submitted to MAP Kinase Resource. For submissions, you will need to send Word file of the text of the manuscript (including title, affiliation of the authors as well as full address of the corresponding author , main text, and references) as a single word file. Upload your figures separately as .png, .gif,.tiff or .jpeg files. Power point files could also be acceptable. Tables should be uploaded as .doc or .xls files.

As a condition of publication, authors must transfer copyright, which shall be assigned to MAP Kinase Resource. The corresponding author must sign a copyright transfer form.

Authors should be aware of the copyright both in case of the text as well as the figures and tables. In case of the use of copyrighted material, legal licenses should be provided.

A desirable plan for the organization of a review paper is the following: (1) Abstract (up to 250 words), (2) Introduction (3) Main text (4) Acknowledgments (5) References.

The abstract should be understandable to the nonspecialists as well as the specialists in the field, and, therefore, ought to avoid specialized terms and abbreviations.

References to the paper should be numbered in one consecutive series. The reference should be marked with numbers in text parenthesis (round brackets) in the body of the paper.

The reference list should appear at the end of the publication as follows:
1. Moteki H, Kimura M, Ogihara M. Activation of extracellular-signal regulated kinase by platelet-derived growth factor is potentiated by phenylephrine in primary cultures of adult rat hepatocytes. Biol Pharm Bull. 2011; 34(7):980-6.



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