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WHEN PREPARING THE ABSTRACTS, THE FOLLOWING RULES SHOULD BE REGARDED

Abstracts must be sent as online by using the Abstract Module System through the web site. Abstracts submitted without using the Abstract Module System (e.g. via email etc.) will be not evaluated. The abstracts sent through the submission system will be printed in the same way if accepted after the evaluation by the referee board, so attention should be paid to typographical errors.

 

**Oral presentations will be published in Turkish Journal of Biochemistry and poster presentations will be published in Acta Pharmaceutica Sciencia.


Abstract Submission Deadline : 13 August 2021
Notification of Acceptance/Refusal : 23 August 2021

 

PLEASE CLICK HERE TO SUBMIT AN ABSTRACT!

 

SPELLING RULES

  • All abstracts should be in English format.
  • The first letter of the abstract should be capitalized (abbreviations are exceptions).
  • Academic titles should not be specified, and lettering and numbering should not be used in author names
  • Author names should be written clearly, with only the first letter capitalized, and not abbreviated with lowercase letters.
  • The names and addresses of the institutions where the authors work must be specified.
  • The abstract should be written using the titles "aim, method, findings, result and keywords".
  • The aim of the study and the methods used should be briefly stated, the findings should be summarized with sufficient numerical details and the result should be explained within the framework of the findings presented.
  • If abbreviation is used in the abstract, the full name of the abbreviation should be stated in parentheses.
  • The abstract should not exceed 300 words, excluding the title, author's names and institutional information.

 

TIPS FOR THE USE OF ABSTRACT MODULE SYSTEM

» If you use the Abstract Module System for the first time, register in the system as a new user.
» Please keep the confirmation messages that will be sent to your e-mail address after submitting your abstract.
» You can keep track of your paper in the system with your username and password.