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Title of the paper
in Polish and English should be concise, it should not exceed 120 characters. A subtitle is
acceptable. The title is to be followed by the names of authors, including their first names, and affiliations. Main
author and address for correspondence should be provided. It is indeed necessary to follow the guidelines on
the title length.
should be prepared in Polish and English and should not exceed 250 words. It must be structured
within introduction, aim, material and methods, results and conclusion parts.
provided in both Polish and English should not exceed 7 in number.
itself should be written in a concise and clear way; neither medical nor scientific slang words or
phrases can be accepted. The text of original papers should be divided into the following sections: materials
and methods, results and discussion. Latin words, such as the names of microorganisms, and other foreign
words should be writted in italics.
Abbreviations, symbols and units
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and symbols must be explained when used for the first time in the manuscript. No abbreviations are
acceptable in the title. SI units are recommended; however, also other generally used units (l, min., h, C, Da,
cal) are accepted.
Figures (drawings, photographs)
should be numbered. Figure captions should be printed on a separate page.
If figures are taken from published sources, the author must get appropriate editor’s approval to publish them.
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black India ink on white paper are also acceptable. Photographs must be of high quality.
should be on separate sheets, numbered consecutively and headed by a concise title. Put explanatory
matter in footnotes. Tables are adjuncts to the text and should not repeat material presented therein.
should be quoted subsequently in the text in square brackets [1,2]. Unpublished data can be referred
to providing the source of information in brackets in the text. Each reference should include: Author’s name
and initial(s). Title. Abbreviated title of journal. Year; Volume: pages.
1. Szmidt A, Stańczyk-Przyłuska A. Rola wirusa EBV w patogenezie chorób alergicznych. Alergia Astma Immunologia
2005; 4: 169-174.
2. Smith E, Gray SD et al. Frequency and effects of teachers’ voice problems. J Voice 1997; 11: 81-87.
Book should be quoted as follows: Author’s name and initial(s). Title of chapter. (in) Book title. Name and
initial(s) (Ed.). Publisher, Place of publication Year: pages.
1. Kieć-Świerczyńska M. Alergia kontaktowa. Mediton, Łodź 2005: 43-55.
2. Bieńkiewicz B, Kowalski ML. Alergia na leki. (w) Immunologia kliniczna. Kowalski ML (red.) Mediton, Łodź
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