In general, titles should be in bold, not italic, 12 pt Times New Roman fonts and subtitles in not bold, italic 12pt Times New Roman fonts. However, each article type follows specific differences in format as listed below:
Original Research Article
This section should provide a background and rationale of the article with regard to current knowledge included a summary of the literature to indicate how and why the study purpose or hypothesis was developed. The section should end with a brief statement of what is being reported in the article.
2. Materials and Methods
This section should be clarity about how and why a study was done in a particular way. Each method must be briefly described and appropriately referenced in the main article. Thedates and period of study should be stated, as well as mention of institutional review board or ethics committee approval.Protocols of new or not well known methodologies should be provided in details. Statistical methods and employed specific computer programs should also be mentioned with reference to the full address and version of the software used. To reduce a lengthy "Materials and Methods" section, experimental details may be included in Supporting Information file.
Present your results in logical sequence in the text, tables, and figures. Do not repeat all the data in the tables or figures in the text. The results reported in the manuscript should be specific and relevant to the research purpose or hypothesis. Give numeric results not only as derivatives (for example, percentages) but also as the absolute numbers from which the derivatives were calculated, and specify the statistical significance attached to them, if any. Use graphs as an alternative to tables with many entries; do not duplicate data in graphs and tables.
Discussion and Conclusions
This section should be the critical consideration and examination of the study.
The study purpose or hypothesis should be addressed in this section, and the results should be compared and interpreted with regard to the findings of other studies.
The study's limitations and the generalizability of the results should be discussed. This section should end with a clear, concise conclusion that does not go beyond the findings of the study. Types of future studies needed, if appropriate, should be mentioned.