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INDIAN JOURNAL OF MEDICAL BIOCHEMISTRY
Editor-in-chief EditorProf. Basudev Bhattacharya Prof. Mohan Chandra Mondal
Joint Editors Assistant EditorProf. Soma Gupta Prof. Mousumi Mukherjee
Prof. Dines PuriDelhi
Ex-Officio MembersProf. K. Santhi Naidu Prof. V. Govindaraju
Hony. Genl. Secretary AMBI Ex. Hony. Secretary AMBIHyderabad Bangalore
Members of the Advisory Board
Prof. Sasanka Chakraborti Prof. Bina Singh GallotKolkata Rohtak
Prof. Y. B. Sharma Prof. D. K. SrivastavaAmbala Delhi
Prof. V Mallika Prof. W. Ebenezer WilliamNew Delhi Chennai
Prof. S. Chakraborty Prof. Subimal ChoudhuryNICED, Kolkata Kolkata
Prof. P. C. Mahapatra Dr. Kaushik PanditCuttack Kolkata
Dr. S. R. Gupta Dr. Siddhartha GuptaCleveland, USA Kolkata
Prof. B. C. Kabi Prof. Arora Murali MohanNew Delhi Pune
Prof. G. Sarkar Prof. Kushal DasMeerut Bijapur
Dr. Rohini Goswami Prof. U. D. GuptaDibrugarh Agra
Prof. H. Virupaksha Prof. Ranju BoseMysore Kolkata
Prof. P. K. Patra Prof. H. N. DasRaipur Kolkata
Prof. Srikrishna Mahapatra Prof. W. G. SinghBehrampur RIMS Imphal
Prof. M. Jaiprakash babu Prof. Ajanta RoyKakinada Kolkata
Prof. Chandan Chakrabarti Prof. Chinmoy BiswasGujarat Agartala
Prof. Gorachand Bhattacharya Dr. Sujit BhattacharyaKolkata ICMR, Kolkata
OFFICE BEARERS OF AMBI FOR 2015-16
President President Elect Honarary General SecretaryDr. Sanjeevi Rao S Dr. Prakash C. Mahapatra Dr. Santhi Naidu
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INDIAN JOURNAL OF MEDICAL BIOCHEMISTRY
Instructions to AuthorsIndian Journal of Medical Biochemistry entertains papers, original articles, experimental research,reviews on topics of recent interest and short technical reports in the field of clinical chemistry in itsbroadest sense. Clinical reports are also welcome, if the use of biochemical techniques have playedan important part in the work. Papers on normal and abnormal findings related to human metabolicprocesses will be within the scope of the journal provided the matter has direct relevance to the studyof human diseases. Papers submitted should not have been previously published in wholeor part and should not be under consideration for publication elsewhere.
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References : References should be in vancouver style. (as given in New England Journal ofMedicine : http ://authors.nejm.org/Misc/News MS,asp#references).It must be double-spaced andnumbered consecutively as they are cited. References first cited in a table or figure legend should benumbered so that they will be in sequence with references cited in the text at the point where the tableor figure is first mentioned. List all authors when there are six or fewer, when there are seven or more,list the first three, followed by et al. The following are sample references :
1. Shapiro AMJ, Lakey JRT, Ryan EA, et al. Islet transplantation in seven patients with type Idiabetes mellitus using a glucocorticoid-free immunosuppressive regimen. N Engl J Med2000;343:230-8.
2. Goadsby PJ. Pathophysiology of headache. In: Silberstein SD, Lipton RB, Dalessio DJ, eds.Wolffs headache and other head pain. 7th ed. Oxford, England: Oxford University Press,2001:57-72.
3. Kuczmarski RJ, Ogden Lc, Grammer-Strawn LM, et al. CDC growth charts: United States.Advance data from vital and health statistics. No. 314. Hyattsville, Md.: National Centre forHealth Statistics, 2000. (DHHS publication no. (PHS) 2000-1250 0-0431.)
4. U.S. positions on selected issues at the third negotiating session of the Framework Conventionon Tobacco Control. Washington, D.C.: Committee on Government Reform, 2002. (AccessedMarch 4, 2002, at
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