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Author Guidelines


Manuscript may be written in English or Bahasa Indonesia. Abstract should be written in English and Bahasa Indonesia. Manuscripts should be typewritten in Arial type 10 , 1,5 spaced with margin above and below 3 cm, right and left 2 cm on A4 paper with  maximum 12 pages. The target maximum length of manuscripts should be as follows:

  1. Original Research: 3000 words (including allowance for no more than 6 tables and figures or other illustrations).
  2. Reviews: 5000 words (including allowance for no more than 6 tables and figures or other illustrations).
  3. Case Reports and Brief Research Communications: 2000 words describing work that may be of a preliminary nature but which merits immediate publication.

Manuscript for original research should be written in the following order: Tittle Page, Abstract, Introduction, Methods, Results, Discussion, Conclusion, Acknowledgements, Funding, Conflict of Interest and References.

For case report should be written in the following order: Tittle Page, Abstract, Introduction, Case presentation, Discussion, Conclusion, Acknowledgements, Funding, Conflict of Interest and References.

Here is an explanation of each section:

  1. Title Page: this section should contain manuscript title with maximum 12 words ; authors’ names without academic tittle, afilitation and laboratory and department(s) where the work was carried out, and the name, full email addresses, and phone number of the corresponding author. The manuscript title should be written in Arial 10 font, and name of authors in 8 font, uppercase</p>
  2. Abstract: abstract should be written in Bahasa Indonesia and English up to 250 words for original research and up to 300 words for review article. The abstract should provide a concise summary of the study, including introduction, method, result, discussion, and conclusion. Abstract should be accompanied with 3-6 keywords.</p>
  3. Introduction: this section should provide background information relevant to the study. The objectives and hypothesis of the study should be clearly stated.<p>
  4. Case Presentation (only for case report) : this section should provide patients condition, outcome, protocol adjustment dan intervention. Method and result should report outcomes. Case presentation should clearly describe, and not to conclude or review patients condition. Conclusion should be done in discussion pages </p>
  5. Methods: methods should be described in sufficient detail to allow others to reproduce the results. The inclusion and exclusion criteria for participant selection and statistical methods should be stated clearly. Ethical clearance should be provided in this section. </p>
  6. Results: results were presented in a format that easily understood in the form of figures and tables. All illustrations including figures, charts and graphs, must be labeled (in the bottom), numbered (1, 2, 3 etc) and supplied on separate pages from the text. The desired placement of illustrations in the text should be clearly indicated. These illustrations should be referred to and numbered serial, as figures. All illustrations should be clearly drawn in permanent ink or photographed in sharp black and white and reproduced in the form of high – contrast glossy prints or digital images and provided in camera ready form. </p>
  7. Discussion: discuss for original research conducted on the findings of the study in relation to other relevant studies. The discussion focused on the main study outcomes. Limitations and implications of the study described clearly. The author should list the limitations and suggestions management based on references. </p>
  8. Conclusions: conclusions linked to the objectives of the study.
  9. Acknowledgements: Assistance with study process, data collection, and data analysis can also be declared here. </p>
  10. Fundings : the source(s) of funding for the study should be listed in this section, if appropriate.</p>
  11. Conflict of Interests : the source(s) of conflict of interest for the study should be listed in this section, if appropriate.</p>
  12. References : references written according to the rules of writing Vancouver and numbered with the appearance of the article not in alphabetical order. Please note the example of writing a references as follows. </p>


  • Articles 

Martin GS, Mannino DM, Eaton S, Moss M., 2000. The epidemiology of sepsis in the Centered States from 1979 through 2000. NJEM. 348:1546‑54.

Andrea T., Borchers., Carlo S., et al., 2009. Probiotics and Immcentery. Journal of Gastroenterology. 44: 26-46.


  • Books

Brunton, L., Chabner, B., & Knollmann, B. 2011. Goodman & Gilman's The Pharmacological Basis of Therapeutics. 12th ed. McGraw-hill Companies,  California. pp 235 - 248.

McEvoy, G., Snow, E., & Kester, L. 2013. AHFS Drug Information: American Society of Health-System Pharmacists, Bethesda. pp. 11-17.


  • Book chapters

Niaudet, P., & Boyer, O. 2016. Chapter 35. Idiopathic nephrotic Syndrome in Children : Clinical Aspects. In Pediatric Nephrology 7th ed, edited by Avner, E., Harmon, W., Niaudet, P., Yoshikawa, P., Emma, F., & Goldstein, S., Springer, New York. pp. 841-843.

Hilal-Dandan, R., & Brunton, L. 2014. Chapter 21. Modulation of Cardiovascular Function. In Goodman & Gilman's Manual of Pharmacology and Therapeutics 2nd ed, edited by Hilal-Dandan R., & Brunton, L., McGraw Hill, New York. pp. 770-779.


  • Thesis :

Ritmaleni L., 2004, Application of spiro-epoxide in synthesising biologically important targets, Thesis, University of Bristol


  • Conference’s Proceeding

Abdulah R. Interactions of sulforaphane and selenium in inhibiting human breast and prostate cancer cell lines proliferation. Proceedings of International Seminar and Expo on Jamu; 2010 November 5; Bandung, Indonesia. Indonesia: Universitas Padjadjaran; 2010.


  • Internet or online :

Cashin RP, Yang M. Medications prescribed and occurrence of falls in general medicine inpatients [diunduh 12 Desember 2011]. Tersedia dari:


  • Writing Abstract in English

Abstract in english must be written correctly in grammar.

Rules of grammarly correct are shown below.

Type of Information



Giving background details

Present tense

Severe hypovolemic leads to breakdown of the gut barier, which can contribute to sepsis.

Describing the research activity

Simple past tense, present perfect tense

The study focused on two main areas.
The framework for drug-induced hepatotoxicity has been developed.

Describing the methods

Simple past tense (active or passive)

We carried out curcuma longa extract to reduce gastric inflammation in rats.
A large number of rats were tested for identifying the hepatotoxicity of heavy metals.

Reporting results

Simple past tense

Results indicated that the pH optimum for acetaminophen stability is pH depenedent.
The second model proved to be more sensitive than the other three.

Stating conclusions

Present tense

verbs indicating tentativeness: is possible; is likely; appears; seems; might.

Modal auxiliary verbs: can; may; could; might.

This indicates that there are, in fact, several factors contributing to the decrease blood glucose level.
It appears that the incidence of nephrotoxic effects  cannot be eliminated at any stage.
There might be useful for probiotics in cirosis hepatic patients to reduce inflammation



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As part of the submission process, authors are required to check off their submission's compliance with all of the following items, and submissions may be returned to authors that do not adhere to these guidelines.

  1. The submission has not been previously published, nor is it before another journal for consideration (or an explanation has been provided in Comments to the Editor).
  2. The submission file is in OpenOffice, Microsoft Word, RTF, or WordPerfect document file format.
  3. Where available, URLs for the references have been provided.
  4. The text is single-spaced; uses a 12-point font; employs italics, rather than underlining (except with URL addresses); and all illustrations, figures, and tables are placed within the text at the appropriate points, rather than at the end.
  5. The text adheres to the stylistic and bibliographic requirements outlined in the Author Guidelines, which is found in About the Journal.

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