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Research Chronicle is a bimonthly open access journal dedicated to publish original article in following broad areas/subjects.

Research Chronicle in Health Sciences

Research Chronicle in Health Sciences, encompasses the all field of medicine such as Public health, psychology, physical therapy, endocrinology, pharmacology, Biochemistry, biotechnology, epidemiology, genetics, nursing, pharmacy, drug design, dosage form design, analytical method development and medicine.

The journal will publish original research articles, review articles, mini review article, short communications and case studies.

We ask you to confirm that your paper has not been published in its current form or a substantially similar form (in print or electronically, including on a web site, or in another language), that it has not been accepted for publication in any other journal, and that it is not under consideration by another publication.

Structure of Manuscript:

Manuscript should be in following sequence:

• Title page

• Abstract

• Keywords

• Introduction

• Materials and Methods

• Results and Discussion

• Conlcusion

• Acknowledgement

• References


Title page

Times new roman / size 14 pts

Line spacing should be 1.5 for manusript

Authors name

Times new roman / size 12 pts


Times new roman / size 11 pts

Corresponding author details

Times new roman / size 11 pts

Tables and figures

Times new roman / size 11 pts


Times new roman / size 11 pts

• Introduction

• Materials and Methods

• Results and Discussion

• Acknowledgement

• References

Times new roman / size 12 pts


Title page: Title page should contain the title of the article, names of all authors, their institutional affiliations. The name of corresponding author should be clearly marked by (*) and his/her full postal address with city, zip code and country, telephone number, fax number and email address should be clearly mentioned.

Abstract: Abstract should be concise describing purpose, methods, important results and derived conclusion of the study. It must not exceed 5 percent of the manuscript.

Keywords: 3 to 5 keywords characterizing the scope of the article and central aspect of the work.

Introduction: The introduction should clearly indicate the aim of the study and essential back ground information. The specific problems that the author particularly likes to solve during investigation should also be stated. Unnecessary and undue explanation makes the introduction cumbersome.

Materials and Methods: The explanation of the experimental methods should be concise and sufficient for repetition by other investigators. Procedures that have been published previously should not be described in detail. Sources and grades of chemicals and materials, and make of equipment used during investigation should be indicated. Methods of statistical analysis should be described. Tables and figures should be cited at methodology and findings should be placed at proper locations.

Tables and figures: All the tables and figures should be numbered consecutively and titled suitably that can explain the content and nature of the table and figures. All the tables and figures should be placed at proper place where it needs for proper understanding.

Results and Discussion: It should contain the scientific interpretation of findings and justifications of investigation. It should also include the key conclusion drawn from results and its contribution to society.

Acknowledgement: All persons/organizations that have made substantial contributions but are not eligible as author should be included in acknowledgement.


Citation in text

In text reference should cited by number

e.g. …….characteristic constituents of family Asteraceae [1]. Root is given in filariasis and diarrhea [2].


Reference should follow the following style:

For Journal:

Ho WY, Yeap SK, Ho CL, Raha AR, Suraini AA, Alitheen NB. Elephantopus scaber induces cytotoxicity in MCF-7 human breast cancer cells via p53-induced apoptosis. Journal of Medicinal Plant Research. 2011, 5(24), 5741–5749.

For Book:

Kiritikar KD, Basu BD. Indian Medicinal Plants, 2nd ed. International Book Distributors, Deharadun 1991, 1328–1329.

For Web site:

WHO, WHO Statistical Information System, available at (accessed on 7 May 2011).



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