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Author Guidelines

Ethics of human and animal experimentation: Manuscripts describing any experimental work with humans should include a statement that the Ethical Committee of the institution in which the work was done has approved it, and that the subjects gave informed consent to the work. Experiments with animals should be done in accordance with the legal requirements of the relevant local or national authority.

Funding and Conflict of interest: All authors are requested to disclose any actual or potential conflict of interest including any financial, personal or other relationship with other people or organizations that could inappropriately influence, or be perceived to influence their work. A separate page should cover this proclamation and any further details can be mentioned in the cover letter.

 Submission declaration and verification: Submission of an article implies that the work described has not been published previously (except in the form of an abstract or as part of a published lecture or academic thesis), that it is not under consideration for publication elsewhere, that its publication is approved by all authors, and that, if accepted, it will not be published elsewhere, in English or in any other language, without the written consent of the copyright-holder.

 Contributors: All authors must have significantly participated in the research and/or article preparation. The statement that all authors have approved the final article should be included in the disclosure.

Cover Letter and Signatures: The Manuscript must be accompanied by a cover letter (one page) to the Editor, containing the title and author(s) name and a summary of why your paper is a valuable addition to the scientific literature. In addition, lists are recommended (at least 4) or opposed reviewers. Your cover letter should not include requests to reduce or waive publication fees. When your manuscript is accepted, you will have the opportunity to include your requests at that time.

 

Submission Preparation Checklist

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.

      • Preparation for Submission
        1. Manuscripts should be created in Microsoft Word format.
        2. Times New Roman is highly recommended font.
        3. Use at least 2.5 cm (or 1 inch) margins of all sides and at least 12-pitch type.
        4. All sections of manuscripts must be double-spaced.
        5. Number the pages consecutively in the middle portion of the bottom.
        6. Title page, abstract, text, acknowledgements, potential conflict of interest, references, tables, figures and figure legends should typed on a separate page and follow in that order.
        7. Do not embed figures in the text.


      • Title Page
        1. Indicate the article type: Original article, Review Article, Technical Report, Brief Report, Letter to the Editor.
        2. Name(s) of author(s)
        3. Name(s) of institution(s) of each author
        4. Correspondence information for Corresponding Author: Name, address, telephone and fax numbers, and e-mail address
        5. Key words or Phrases


    • Abstract
      1. Abstract is required for Original Article, Review Article, Technical Report, and Brief Report.
      2. Be concise: No more than 250 words.
      3. Do not cite references in the abstract.
      4. Defined acronym or abbreviation on first usage in parentheses.
      5. Subheadings
        1. 1) Use following subheadings in Original Articles: Background and Objectives, Methods (Subjects) and Results, and Conclusions.
        2. 2) Subheadings are not mandatory in Review Articles, Brief Reports, Technical Reports, and Letter to the Editor.
      • Text
        1. Text should be no more than 6,000 words excluding title page, abstract, acknowledgements, potential conflict of interest, references, tables, figures, and legends.
        2. Typical main headings can be used, such as Introduction, Materials (Subjects) and Methods, Results, and Discussion.
        3. All references, tables, and figures should be numbered in the order in which they are cited in the text.
        4. Acronyms, abbreviations, and symbols must be defined on first usage.
        5. Introduction should include the background and the aims of study.
        6. Materials (Subjects) and Methods should be described in detail and also include statistical methods.
        7. Results should be described in proper order with tables and figures.
        8. Discussion should include the interpretation and the conclusions of study.


      • Acknowledgments
        1. Acknowledgments should specify all sources of funding, institutional or corporate, for the research discussed in the study.
        2. Acknowledgments include collaborators, technical help, secretarial assistance.


      • Potential Conflict of Interest
        1. Potential Conflict of Interest must be disclosed.
        2. If there are no potential conflict of interest, please add the following statement: "The authors have no conflicting financial interest."


    • References
      1. Accuracy of reference data is the author's responsibility. Verify all entries against original sources, especially jourINTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF STEM CELLS nal titles, inclusive page numbers, publication dates, accents, diacritical marks, and spelling in languages other than English.
      2. Cite reference selectively: No more than 40
      3. All authors must be listed: Do not use 'et al.'
      4. Cite references in numerical order according to the order of mention in text and number them as like (1, 2) or (1-3).
      5. Abbreviations of journal names should conform to those in the Index Medicus and on MEDLINE.
      6. Personal communications, unpublished observations, and submitted manuscripts must be cited in the text as "([name(s)], unpublished data, 200X)."
      7. Abstracts may be cited only if they are the sole source and must be identified in the references as "Abstract."
      8. "In press" citations must have been accepted for publication and the name of journal or book publisher included.
      9. Adhere to the format provided by the following examples:
        • - Format for journal articles: Kim DI, Kim MJ, Joh JH, Shin SW, Do YS, Moon JY, Kim NR, Lim JE, Kim AK, Eo HS, Kim BS, Cho SW, Yang SH, Park CJ, Shim JS. Angiogenesis facilitated by autogenous whole bone marrow stem cell transplantation for Buerger's disease. Stem Cells 2006;24:1109-1200
        • - Format for books: Fox JC. Clinical applications of gene therapy: Cardiovascular disease. In: Quesenberry PJ, Stein GS, Forget BG, Weissman SM, editor. Stem Cell Biology and Gene Therapy. New Jersey: Wiley-Liss; 1998. 471-502
      • Tables
        1. Tables must be titled, numbered, and cited in the text.
        2. Each table must be typed on a separate sheet and double-spaced.
        3. Table number should be Arabic, followed by a period and a brief informative title.
        4. Abbreviation within the table should be explained in a footnote.
        5. Footnotes: Use superscript lowercase letters within a table (i.e.: a, b, c ---)
        6. Do not use vertical lines in tables. Use only horizontal lines above and below the column headings and at the bottom of the table only.
        7. Tables should be created in Microsoft Word table function. Do not place Excel table in a Word document.


      • Figures
        1. Figures must be cited in numerical order in the text (using the Arabic numbers).
        2. Either black and white figures or color illustrations are available.
        3. Authors are responsible for the cost of printing color illustrations.
        4. All figures must be provided in .jpg or gif format.
        5. All other types of the file, including Microsoft Excel spreadsheets and PowerPoint presentations are not allowed.


      • Figure legends
        1. Figure legends must be typed on a separate sheet and double-spaced.
        2. Figure legends contain a brief title and explanation of the figures.
        3. The magnification and stain methods used for photomicrographs should be stated.
        4. Any abbreviations or symbols used in the figures must be defined in the figure legends.


    • Style
      1. Use American-English spelling and minimize the use of nonstandard abbreviations.
      2. For biochemical abbreviations, use those currently recommended by The Journal of Biological Chemistry in its instructions to authors.
      3. Italicize genes and loci, and use approved names listed in the appropriate nomenclature database.
      4. Avoid using multiple names for genes and proteins: Alternative names should be given on first mention only.
      5. For the special materials and equipments, give the manufacturer's name. Capitalize trade names and indicate registered trademarks. Give the formal, chemical name of a compound as established by the international convention after the first use of trivial name. Thereafter, the trivial name may be used.
      6. Abbreviate units of measure only when used with numbers. Specify estimates of variance (e.g., SD, SE) and give references for statistical methods.
      • Preparation for Review Article
        1. Review Articles are generally invited by the editorial board.
        2. Review Article should be no more than 6000 words excluding title page, abstract, acknowledgements, potential conflict of interest, references, tables, figures, and legends.
        3. A total 6 figures and/or tables are allowed in Review Article.
        4. Cite reference selectively: No more than 40


      • Preparation for Brief Reports and Technical Reports
        1. Brief Reports and Technical Reports cannot exceed 2000 words excluding title page, abstract, acknowledgements, potential conflict of interest, references, tables, figures, and legends.
        2. A total 4 figures and/or tables are allowed in Brief Reports and Technical Report
        3. Cite reference selectively: No more than 20


    • Preparation for Letters to the Editor
      1. Letters to the Editor is welcomed to cover the topic in published articles, or it may deal with new issues in stem cell research field.
      2. Letters should be no more than 600 words.
      3. A total 2 figures and/or tables are allowed in Letters to the editor.
      4. Cite reference selectively: No more than 20
 

Copyright Notice

On behalf of all co-authors, I hereby confirm that I have reviewed and complied with the relevant Instructions to Authors, the Ethics in Publishing policy and Conflicts of Interest disclosure. I also assign to the journal, the copyright for my manuscript and any other data  intended for publication in the manuscript and will not submit or publish any part in any form or language if the article is accepted for publication.

Please Note: Once submitted the manuscript cannot be withdrawn or sent elsewhere. The editors reserve the right to edit, shorten, modify or reject submitted manuscripts even after provisional acceptance. This may be based on English grammar, clarity, space limitations, journal style or preference of the editors . The editors may opt not to disclose the reason for rejection of a manuscript. The editor, editorial team or publisher will not be held liable or hold responsiblity for any shortcomings or mistakes in published manuscripts with regard to contents disclosed therein including but not limited to drug dosage, methodology, surgical technique, etc. Medical ethics guideline issues are the responsibility of the authors (patient identity disclosure, research ethics, etc). Statements and opinions expressed in the chapters are those of the individual contributors and not necessarily those of the editors or publisher. No responsibility is accepted for the accuracy of information contained in the published articles. The publisher assumes no responsibility for any damage or injury to persons or property arising from the use of any materials, instructions, methods or ideas contained in the articles.

Author Disclosures:

  • The article I have submitted to the journal for review is original, has been written by the stated authors and has not been published elsewhere.
  • The article is not currently being considered for publication by any other journal and will not be submitted for such review while under review by this journal.
  • The article contains no libellous or other unlawful statements and does not contain any materials that violate any personal or proprietary rights of any other person or entity.
  • I have obtained written permission from copyright owners for any excerpts from copyrighted works that are included and have credited the sources in my article.
  • If the article was prepared jointly with other authors, I have informed the co-author(s) of the terms of this publishing agreement and that I am signing on their behalf as their agent, and I am authorized to do so.

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  • Internal Institutional Use: Use by the author's institution for classroom teaching at the institution (including distribution of copies, paper or electronic, and use in coursepacks and courseware programs) for scholarly purposes. For authors employed by companies, the use by that company for internal training purposes.
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