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Template for RAD 2018 Contributions

The template for RAD 2018 contributions can be downloaded here.

Reference Marking and Citation

Author Guidelines for Reference Marking and Citation can be downloaded here.

The reference list should not be alphabetically ordered, but it should match the order in which the references appear in the main text. Reference numbers are in square brackets. Font: Georgia, 8 pt. For reference sources in languages other than English, please see the end of this description, the section entitled General Remarks.

Notes: The use of “et al.” is mandatory if six or more names are given. For names with two initials or more (i.e. J. A. Smith) use Ctrl+Shift+Space between the initials. Also use Ctrl+Shift+Space between “Retrieved” and “from” as well as between “Retrieved” and “on”. If the reference has a DOI, and/or a PMid, and/or a PMCid assigned, all of them should be listed as instructed below. If, however, none of those identifiers are assigned to the referenced material and it is available for free in its entirety at a web source, then state its link and the date of access in the format below.

Basic formats for reference marking are enumerated by the type of reference below.

Scientific Periodicals

Basic Format (Published papers):

1. J1. K1. Author1, J2. K2. Author2, J3. K3, Author3, “Name of the paper,” Abbrev. Title of Periodical, vol. x, (no. x, suppl. x, spec. issue), (pp. xxx-xxx, article no. xx), abbrev. Month, year.

DOI: xx.xxxx/yyyy
PMid: xxxxxxx
PMCid: xxxxxxx

OR

Retrieved from: http://www.web.com
Retrieved on: abbrev. Month day, year

Notes: The exact format for the particular reference will depend on how the articles are organized into volumes, issues, supplements, etc. (the list of options is in the parentheses in the basic format). For example, if the periodical publishes whole volumes without splitting into issues, then after “vol. x” you directly go to “pp. xxx – xxx” (see examples below). If the article has an article no. assigned, just provide that identifier after “vol. x, no. x” (see example 5 below). Journal title abbreviations should be stated in a standardized form.

Examples:

1. S. A. Amundson et al., “Biological indicators for the identification of ionizing radiation exposure in humans,” Expert. Rev. Mol. Diagn., vol. 1, no. 2, pp. 211-219, Jul. 2001.

DOI: 10.1586/14737159.1.2.211
PMid: 11901816

2. H. Youssoufian et al., “Targeting FMS-related tyrosine kinase receptor 3 with the human immunoglobulin G1 monoclonal antibody IMC-EB10,” Cancer, vol. 116, suppl. 4, pp. 1013-1017, Feb. 2010.

DOI: 10.1002/cncr.24787
PMid: 20127944

3. M. Sahagia, A. C. Waetjen, A. Luca, C. Ivan, “IFIN-HH ionization chamber calibration and its validation; electrometric system improvement,” Appl. Rad. Isot., vol. 68, no. 7-8, pp. 1266-1269, Jul-Aug. 2010.

DOI: 10.1016/j.apradiso.2009.11.009
PMid: 20004588

4. R. Mattsson and T. Jaakkola, “An analysis of Helsinki air 1962 to 1977 based on trace metals and radionuclides,” Geophysica, vol. 16, no. 1, pp. 1-42, 1979.

Retrieved from: http://www.geophysica.fi/pdf/geophysica_1979_16_1_001_mattsson.pdf
Retrieved on: Feb. 17, 2017

5. D. Habermehl et al., “The relative biological effectiveness for carbon and oxygen ion beams using the raster-scanning technique in hepatocellular carcinoma cell lines,” PLoS One, vol. 9, no. 12, e113591, Dec. 2014.

DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0113591
PMid: 25460352
PMCid: PMC4252049

Basic Format (Accepted but not yet published papers):

1. J1. K1. Author1, J2, K2, Author2, “Title of the paper,” Abbrev. Journal, (vol. x, no. x, suppl. x, spec. issue), accepted for publication.

Notes: This format is to be used only for accepted papers awaiting official publication and not for papers submitted for review (the latter should be marked as Unpublished (see below)).

Examples:

1. F. Novelli, M. Vadrucci et al., “Effects of in vivo proton irradiation on mouse spleen cells,” Radiat. Appl., vol. 2, no. 3, accepted for publication.

2. M. Vadrucci et al., “Analysis of Roman Imperial coins by combined PIXE, μ-XRF and LIBS techniques,” Microchem. J., spec. issue, accepted for publication.

3. M. Vadrucci et al., “A new small-footprint external-beam PIXE facility for cultural heritage applications using pulsed proton beams,” Nucl. Instr. Meth. Phys. Res. B, accepted for publication.

Pre-print/Post-print Databases

Basic Format:

1. J1. K1. Author1, J2. K2. Author2, “Title of the paper,” deposited at name of the database, abbrev. Month day, year.

arXiv: xxxx.xxxxvx

OR

Retrieved from: http://www.web.com
Retrieved on: Abbrev. Month day, year

Notes: Use this format only to refer to papers that have not yet been published in peer-reviewed journals – for those papers, use the basic format for Scientific Periodicals. However, if the version of the paper is identical to the one that is published is available at a free-access database then you can give the link to the paper in the form prescribed in the Basic Format. Pre-print is the version of the paper before peer-review and post-print is the version of the paper after peer-review, with revisions having been made.

Examples:

1. J. P. Šetrajčić, “Exact microtheoretical approach to calculation of optical properties of ultralow dimensional crystals,” deposited at arXiv, Apr. 14, 2010.

arXiv: 1004.2387

2. Z. Xiong, “Minimalist approach to the classification of symmetry protected topological phases,” deposited at arXiv, Dec. 30, 2016.

arXiv: 1701.00004

Books

Basic Format:

J1. K1. Author1, J1. K2. Author2, “Title of the chapter,” in Title of the Book, vol. x, xth ed., City of the Publisher (State – only for the U.S.), Country: Abbrev. Publisher, year, ch. x, sec. x, pp. xxx-xxx.

DOI: xx.xxxx/yyyy
PMid: xxxxxxx
PMCid: xxxxxxx

OR

Retrieved from: http://www.web.com
Retrieved on: abbrev. Month day, year

Notes: It is recommended to refer to the specific chapter in the book. However, the author is also allowed, if necessary, to refer to the whole volume and to mark this kind of reference using the Basic Format from the above, omitting everything between “J1. K1. Author1, J2. K2. Author2,” and “Title of the Book” (see example 2 below). You can give a DOI, and/or a PMid, and/or a PMCid or a link either to the referred chapter or to the whole volume.

Examples:

1. E. G. Yukihara, S. W. S. McKeever, “Theory and Practical Aspects,” in Optically Stimulated Luminescence: Fundamentals and Applications, Chichester, UK: J. Wiley and Sons, 2011, ch. 2, sec. 2.4.3, pp. 67-68.

2. E. Gaubas, T. Ceponis, J. V. Vaitkus, Pulsed capacitance technique for evaluation of barrier structures, Berlin, Germany: LAMBERT Acad. Publishing, 2013.

Monographs

Basic Format:

1. J1. K1. Author1, J2. K2. Author2, “Title of the paper,” in Title of the monograph, vol. x, J1. K1. Editor1, J2. K2. Editor2, Eds., xth ed., City of the Publisher (State – only for the U.S.), Country: Abbrev. Publisher, year, ch. x, sec. x, pp. xxx-xxx.

DOI: xx.xxxx/yyyy
PMid: xxxxxxx
PMCid: xxxxxxx

OR

Retrieved from: http://www.web.com
Retrieved on: abbrev. Month day, year

Notes: It is recommended to refer to a specific article/chapter in the monograph. However, in specific cases, the author can refer to the whole volume and to mark this kind of reference using the basic format from the above, omitting everything before “Title of the monograph” (see example 4). The rest of the information that the author has to provide depends on how the monograph is organized into volumes, chapters or sections (all available information should be provided according to the basic format). You can give a DOI, and/or a PMid, and/or a PMCid or a link either to the referred article/chapter or to the whole volume of the monograph.

Examples:

1. D. W. Forster, M. Goodman, G. Herbert, J. C. Martin, T. Stor, “Electron beam diagnostics using X-rays,” in J. C. Martin on Pulsed Power, vol. 3, T. H. Martin, M. Williams, M. Kristiansen, Eds., 1st ed., New York (NY), USA: Springer US, 1996, ch. 11, pp. 375-412.

DOI: 10.1007/978-1-4899-1561-0_31

2. S. M. Gollin, “Acquired chromosome abnormalities: the cytogenetics of cancer,” in Encyclopedia of Genetics, Genomics, Proteomics and Bioinformatics, vol. 1, L. Jorde, P. Little, M. Dunn, S. Subramaniam, Eds., 1st ed., Hoboken (NJ), USA: John Wiley and Sons, 2005, ch. 1, sec. 2, pp. 1-14.

DOI: 10.1002/047001153X.g102204

3. M. Meroni, M. Rossini, R. Colombo, “Characterization of leaf physiology using reflectance and fluorescence hyperspectral measurements,” in Remote Sensing Optical observation of vegetation properties, F. Maselli, M. Meneti, P. A. Brivio, Eds., Trivandrum, India: Research Signpost, 2010, pp. 165-187.

4. Electrical Trauma, R. C. Lee, E. G. Carvalho, J. F. Burke, Eds., 1st ed., Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press, 1992.

5. Y. Pathak, “Recent Developments in Nanoparticle Drug Delivery Systems,” in Drug Delivery Nanoparticles: Formulation and Characterization, Y. Pathak, D. Thassu, Eds., 1st ed., New York (NY), USA: Informa Healthcare, 2009, ch. 1, pp. 1-15.

Published Conference Proceedings

Basic Format:

1. J1. K1. Author1, J2. K2. Author2, “Title of the paper,” in Proc. Abbrev. Title of the conference (Acronym), City (State – only for the U.S.), Country, year, pp. xxx-xxx.

DOI: xx.xxxx/yyyy
PMid: xxxxxxx
PMCid: xxxxxxx

OR

Retrieved from: http://www.web.com
Retrieved on: abbrev. Month day, year

Examples:

1. J. P. Šetrajčić, A. J. Šetrajčić-Tomić, Lj. D. Džambas, I. Gušić, “Core-shell layered models of nanostructured carriers for a nano-bio-medical applications,” in Proc. 3rd Int. Conf. Radiation and Applications in Various Fields of Research (RAD 2015), Budva, Montenegro, 2015, pp. 487-494.

Retrieved from: http://www.rad-conference.org/helper/download.php?file=../pdf/Proceedings%20RAD%202015.pdf
Retrieved on: Feb. 8, 2017

2. T. Kamada, “Outline of Heavy Ion Radiotherapy,” in Proc. 2nd Int. Symp. Heavy-Ion Radiotherapy and Adv. Technology, Tokyo, Japan, 2016, pp. 1-14.

Retrieved from: http://www.nirs.qst.go.jp/rd/reports/proceedings/pdf/2nd_International_Symposium_2016.pdf
Retrieved on: Feb. 1, 2017

Conference Book of Abstracts

Basic Format:

1. J1. K1. Author1, J2. K2. Author2, “Title of the paper” in Book of Abstr. Abbrev. Title of the Conference (Acronym), City (State – only for the U.S.), Country, year, pp. xxx-xxx.

DOI: xx.xxxx/yyyy
PMid: xxxxxxx
PMCid: xxxxxxx

OR

Retrieved from: http://www.web.com
Retrieved on: abbrev. Month day, year

Examples:

1. T. Paramonova, A. Tunik, “Cs-137 in aggregate fractions of arable chernozems: Playsk radioactive hot spot, Russia,” in Book of Abstr. 3rd Int. Conf. Radiation and Applications in Various Fields of Research (RAD 2015), Budva, Montenegro, 2015, p. 540.

Retrieved from: http://www.rad-conference.org/helper/download.php?file=../pdf/Book%20of%20Abstracts%20RAD%202015.pdf
Retrieved on: Jan. 23, 2017

2. K. N. Dvoeglazov et al., “Study of Pu(IV) reduction by hydrazine derivatives,” in Book of Abstr. Atalante 2012-Nuclear Chemistry for Sustainable Fuel Cycles, Montpellier, France, 2012, p. 2013.

Contributions presented at Conferences

Basic Format:

1. J1. K1. Author1, “Title of the contribution,” presented at the abbrev. Title of the Conf. (Acronym), City (State – only for the U.S.), Country, abbrev. Month, year.

Examples:

1. M. Sahagia, A. Luca, M.-R. Ioan, A. Antohe, C. Ivan, “Standardization of 67Cu and calibration of the ionization chamber. Impurities and decay scheme problems,” presented at the 21st International Conference on Radionuclide Metrology and its Applications (ICMR 2017), Buenos Aires, Argentina, May 2017.

2. L. P. Blinkova, Yu. D. Pakhomov, N. N. Scorlupkina, “Detection and resuscitation of viable but nonculturable bacteria in vaccnes and other biomedical preparations,” presented at the 2016 Int. Conf. Toolkits for DNA vaccine design and update, Moscow, Russia, Nov. 2016.

3. M. Vadrucci, P. Ferrari et al., “Preliminary characterization of the neutron field in TOP-IMPLART proton therapy facility,” presented at the 56th Annual Meeting for PTCOG, Kanagawa, Japan, May 2017.

Panel Discussions

Basic Format:

1. J1. K1. Participant1, J2. K2. Participant2, “Title of the discussion,” panel discussion at the abbrev. Conference/Meeting/Event, City (State – only for the U.S.), Country, abbrev. Month day, year.

DOI: xx.xxxx/yyyy
PMid: xxxxxxx
PMCid: xxxxxxx

OR

Retrieved from: http://www.web.com
Retrieved on: abbrev. Month day, year

Examples:

1. A. Real et al., “RBE weighted absorbed dose,” panel discussion at the Joint IES-ICRP Symp., Amori, Japan, Oct. 4, 2016

Retrieved from: http://www.icrp.org/docs/2016aomori/7%20Real.pdf
Retrieved on: Jan. 25, 2017

Documents of International Organizations

Basic Format:

1. Title of the Document, (vol. part, Annex x), document type and no., Abbrev. organization, City of the Headquarters (State – only for the U.S.), Country, Year, pp. xxx-xxx.

DOI: xx.xxxx/yyyy
PMid: xxxxxxx
PMCid: xxxxxxx

OR

Retrieved from: http://www.web.com
Retrieved on: abbrev. Month day, year

Notes: As international organizations, it is referred to IAEA, WHO, UNSCEAR, FAO, etc.

Examples:

1. Soil Sampling for Environmental Contaminants, IAEA-TECDOC-1415, IAEA, Vienna, Austria, 2004, pp. 7-39.

Retrieved from: http://www-pub.iaea.org/MTCD/Publications/PDF/te_1415_web.pdf
Retrieved on: Jan. 22, 2017

2. Remediation of sites with dispersed radioactive contamination, IAEA Technical Report Series No. 424, IAEA, Vienna, Austria, 2004, pp. 29-30.

Retrieved from: http://www-pub.iaea.org/MTCD/publications/PDF/TRS424_web.pdf
Retrieved on: Jan. 23, 2017

3. International soil classification system for naming soils and creating legends for soil maps, World Soil Resources Report 106, FAO, Rome, Italy, 2015, p. 101.

Retrieved from: http://www.fao.org/3/a-i3794e.pdf
Retrieved on: May 2, 2017

4. Early Detection of Occupational Diseases, WHO, Geneva, Switzerland, 1986.

Retrieved from: http://apps.who.int/iris/bitstream/10665/37912/1/924154211X.pdf
Retrieved on: Jan. 21, 2017

5. Sources and effects of ionizing radiation, vol. 1, UNSCEAR Report (A/55/46), UNSCEAR, New York (NY), USA, 2000.

Retrieved from: http://www.unscear.org/docs/publications/2000/UNSCEAR_2000_Report_Vol.I.pdf
Retrieved on: Jan. 12, 2017

6. Sources and effects of ionizing radiation, Annex B, UNSCEAR 2008 report to the General Assembly with Scientific annexes, UNSCEAR, New York (NY), USA, 2010.

Retrieved from: http://www.unscear.org/docs/reports/2008/09-86753_Report_2008_Annex_B.pdf
Retrieved on: Dec. 15, 2016

Reports

Basic Format:

1. J. K. Author, Title of the report, Rep. xxx, abbrev. Institution/Company, City (State – only for the U.S.), Country, year.

DOI: xx.xxxx/yyyy
PMid: xxxxxxx
PMCid: xxxxxxx

OR

Retrieved from: http://www.web.com
Retrieved on: abbrev. Month day, year

Examples:

1. J. W. Rouse et al., Monitoring the vernal advancement of retrogradation of natural vegetation, Rep. 1-371, NASA GSFC, Greenbelt (MD), USA, 1974.

Retrieved from: https://ntrs.nasa.gov/archive/nasa/casi.ntrs.nasa.gov/19740022555.pdf
Retrieved on: Jan. 21, 2017

2. S. Kalay, R. P. Reiff, R. Smith, M. Scholl, Control of Wheel/Rail friction, Rep. 71b, National Research Council, Washington (DC), USA, 2002

3. Annual Report of population exposure to ionizing radiation in 2015, Serbian Radiation Protection and Nuclear Safety Agency, Belgrade, Serbia, 2016.

Retrieved from: http://www.srbatom.gov.rs/srbatom/doc/Izvestaj%20Monitoring%202015.pdf
Retrieved on: Jan. 13, 2017

Manuals/Handbooks/Databases

Basic Format:

1. J. K. Author, Title of the manual/handbook/database, xth ed., Abbrev. Company/Institution, City of the Headquarters (State – only for the U.S.), Country, year, pp. xxx-xxx.

DOI: xx.xxxx/yyyy
PMid: xxxxxxx
PMCid: xxxxxxx

OR

Retrieved from: http://www.web.com
Retrieved on: abbrev. Month day, year

Notes: Use this format to refer to web pages of otherwise unspecified type.

Examples:

1. Radioactive Discharges Database, European Commission, Brussels, Belgium, 2016.

Retrieved from: http://europa.eu/radd/nuclideDischargeOverview.dox?pageID=NuclideDischargeOverview
Retrieved on: Feb. 5, 2016

2. The Database on Nuclear Power Reactors, IAEA, Vienna, Austria, 2016.

Retrieved from: https://www.iaea.org/PRIS/
Retrieved on: Feb. 11, 2016

3. Toxicological profile for uranium, U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services, Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry, Atlanta (GE), USA, 2013.

Retrieved from: https://www.atsdr.cdc.gov/toxprofiles/tp150.pdf
Retrieved on: Sep. 10, 2016

4. Hi-Rel Latchup Current Limiter, 3D plus, Buc, France, 2013.

Retrieved from: http://www.3d-plus.com/data/doc/products/references/3dfp_0608_5.pdf
Retrieved on: Feb. 5, 2017

5. List of terrorist incidents in India, Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia, San Francisco (CA) USA.

Retrieved from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_terrorist_incidents_in_India
Retrieved on: Jan. 15, 2017

6. S. Padalino, H. Oliver, J. Hyquist, DT neutron yield measurements using neutron activation of aluminum, State Univ. of New York College at Geneseo, Geneseo (NY), USA.

Retrieved from: https://www.geneseo.edu/nuclear/aluminum-activation-results
Retrieved on: Dec. 10, 2016

Standards

Basic Format:

1. Title of the standard, Standard no., abbrev. Month, day, year.

DOI: xx.xxxx/yyyy
PMid: xxxxxxx
PMCid: xxxxxxx

OR

Retrieved from: http://www.web.com
Retrieved on: abbrev. Month day, year

Examples:

1. Radiation Safety for Personnel Security Screening Systems Using X-Ray or Gamma Radiation, ANSI N43.17, Jan. 1, 2009.

2. Standard Test Method for Radon in Drinking Water, ASTM D5072-09e1, 2009.

DOI: 10.1520/D5072

Patents

Basic Format:

1. J1. K1. Author1, J2. K2. Author2, “Title of the patent,” patent ID, Country, abbrev. Month Day, year.

DOI: xx.xxxx/yyyy
PMid: xxxxxxx
PMCid: xxxxxxx

OR

Retrieved from: http://www.web.com
Retrieved on: abbrev. Month day, year

Examples:

1. N. Tesla, “Art of transmitting electrical energy through the natural mediums,” U.S. Patent 787 412, USA, Apr. 18, 1905.

Retrieved from: https://teslauniverse.com/nikola-tesla/patents/us-patent-787412-art-transmitting-electrical-energy-through-natural-mediums
Retrieved on: Jan. 13, 2017

2. N. V. Kamanina, P. Ya. Vasilyev, “Optical coatings based on CNTs for the optical devices and nanoelectronics,” Patent RU 2355001 C2, Russia, May 10, 2009.

Retrieved from: http://bd.patent.su/2355000-2355999/pat/servl/servlet331f.html
Retrieved on: Dec. 19, 2016

Software

Basic Format:

1. J. K. Author, Software Name version x, abbrev. Company/Institution, City (Only U.S. State), Country, year.

DOI: xx.xxxx/yyyy
PMid: xxxxxxx
PMCid: xxxxxxx

OR

Retrieved from: http://www.web.com
Retrieved on: abbrev. Month day, year

Examples:

1. N. Sopera, JANIS version 4.0, Nuclear Energy Agency, Paris, France, 2013.

Retrieved from: https://www.oecd-nea.org/janis/
Retrieved on: Dec. 10, 2016

2. CAP88-PC version 4, Trinity Eng. Assoc., Cincinnati (OH), USA, 2014.

Retrieved from: https://www.epa.gov/radiation/cap-88-cap-88-pc#tab-2;
Retrieved on: Feb. 11, 2017

National and International Legislative Documents

Basic Format:

1. Legislative Body. (abbrev. Month Day, year). Document no. Title of the document.

DOI: xx.xxxx/yyyy
PMid: xxxxxxx
PMCid: xxxxxxx

OR

Retrieved from: http://www.web.com
Retrieved on: abbrev. Month day, year

Examples:

1. Government of the Republic of Ireland. (Apr. 15, 2016). S. I. No. 160 of European Union (Radioactive Substances in Drinking Water) Regulations.

Retrieved from: https://www.fsai.ie/uploadedFiles/Legislation/Food_Legisation_Links/Water/SI160_2016.pdf
Retrieved on: Jan. 11, 2017

2. The Council of European Union. (Dec. 5, 2013). Council Directive 2013/59/EURATOM laying down basic safety standards for protection against the dangers arising from exposure to ionising radiation, and repealing Directives 89/618/Euratom, 90/641/Euratom, 96/29/Euratom, 97/43/Euratom and 2003/122/Euratom.

Retrieved from: http://eur-lex.europa.eu/legal-content/EN/TXT/PDF/?uri=CELEX:32013L0059&from=EN
Retrieved on: Dec. 16, 2016

3. The Council of European Union. (May 13, 1996). Council Directive 96/29/EURATOM Laying down safety standards for the protection of the health of workers and the general public against the dangers arising from ionizing radiation.

Retrieved from:http://eur-lex.europa.eu/legal-content/EN/TXT/PDF/?uri=CELEX:31996L0029&from=EN
Retrieved on: Dec. 15, 2016

Dissertations/Theses

Basic Format:

1. J. K. Author, “Title of the dissertation,” type of the dissertation/thesis (i.e. Ph.D. or M.Sc. or Cand. Sc. dissertation), Name of the Institution, Dept./School name, City (State – only for the U.S.), Country, year.

DOI: xx.xxxx/yyyy
PMid: xxxxxxx
PMCid: xxxxxxx

OR

Retrieved from: http://www.web.com
Retrieved on: abbrev. Month day, year

Examples:

1. A. L. Hutcheson, “Neutron-Induced Partial Gamma-Rays Cross-Section measurements of Uranio,” Ph.D. dissertation, Duke University, Dept. of Physics, Durham (NC), USA, 2008.

Retrieved from: http://www.tunl.duke.edu/~gsheu/Theses/PhD/Hutcheson_2008.pdf
Retrieved on: Dec. 10, 2016

2. L. J. Wlson, “Performance measurements of rail curve lubricants,” Ph.D. dissertation, Queensland University of Technology, School of Engineering Systems, Brisbane, Australia, 2006.

Retrieved from: https://eprints.qut.edu.au/16344/1/Lance_Wilson_Thesis.pdf
Retrieved on: Dec. 15, 2016

3. E. Petrova, “Late forms of silicosis and silcotuberculosis,” Ph.D. dissertation, Medical Academy, Sofia, Bulgaria, 1998.

4. A. N. Bogomazova, “The study of stable and unstable chromosomal aberrations in persons affected by the Chernobyl accident in the remote post-radiation period,” Cand. Sc. Dissertation, MH RF Center for X-Ray Radiography, St. Petersburg, Russia, 2000.

Newspaper/Magazine articles

Basic Format:

1. J. K. Author, “Title of the article,” Title of the Newspaper/Magazine, abbrev. Month, Day, year.

DOI: xx.xxxx/yyyy
PMid: xxxxxxx
PMCid: xxxxxxx

OR

Retrieved from: http://www.web.com
Retrieved on: abbrev. Month day, year

Examples:

1. A. Neuhauser, “How real is the dirty bomb threat?” US News, Mar. 24, 2016.

Retrieved from: https://www.usnews.com/news/articles/2016-03-24/how-real-is-the-dirty-bomb-threat
Retrieved on: Jun. 10, 2017

Institution Bulletin Articles

Basic Format:

1. J1. K1. Author1, J2. K2, Author2, “Title of the article,” Bull. Name of the Company/Institution, vol. xx, no. xx, City (State – only for the U.S.), Country, abbrev. Month, year.

DOI: xx.xxxx/yyyy
PMid: xxxxxxx
PMCid: xxxxxxx

OR

Retrieved from: http://www.web.com
Retrieved on: abbrev. Month day, year

Examples:

1. O. V. Slesarev “Methodology of the craniometrics of human temporomandibular joint tomograms,” Bull. Russian Scientific Centre of X-Ray Radiology, vol. 4, no. 13, Moscow, Russia, Nov. 2013.

Retrieved from: http://vestnik.rncrr.ru/vestnik/v13/papers/slesarev_v13.htm
Retrieved on: Jan. 10, 2017

2. S. B. Johnson, “Potato Diseases Caused by PVY and PLRV,” Bull. University of Maine, no. 2492e, Orono (ME), USA, 1999.

Retrieved from: https://extension.umaine.edu/publications/2492e/
Retrieved on: Dec. 23, 2016

General remarks:

If the referenced material is in a language other than English, then the original reference is to be stated with its English translation given in parentheses.

Examples:

1. Е. С. Герштейн, Ю. С. Тимофеев, А. А. Зуев, Н. Е. Кушлинский, “Лиганд-рецепторная система RANK/RANKL/OPG и ее роль при первичных новообразованиях костей (анализ литературы и собственные результаты),” Успехи молекулярной онкологии, т. 2, no. 3, стр. 51-59, 2015. (E. S. Gershtein, Y. S. Timofeev, A. A. Zuev, N. E. Kushlinskii RANK/RANKL/OPG Ligand-Receptor systems and its role in primary bone neoplasms (literature analysis and own data),” Adv. Mol. Oncol., vol. 2, no. 3, pp. 51-59, 2015.)

DOI: 10.17650/2313-805X.2015.2.3.51-59

2. Е. Петрова, “Фактори повлияващи трайната неработоспособност при силикозно болни,” Хигиена и здравеопазване, но. 4, 1991. (E. Petrova, “Factors influencing the permanent disability of silicosis patients,” Hygiene and Health, no. 4, 1991.)

3. Правительство Российской Федерации. (июль 8, 2015). N 1316-р Перечнь загрязняющих веществ, в отношении которых применяются меры государственного регулирования в области охраны окружающей среды.

(Government of the Russian Federation. (Jul. 8, 2015). N 1316-p List of pollutants, which are subject to state regulation measures in the field of environmental protection.)

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DOI: 10.1007/BF01930343