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Journal of Clinical and Experimental MedicAL RESEARCHES


Journal of Clinical and Experimental Medical Researches (JC&EMR) is a peer-reviewed journal publishing original articles that deals with different fields of modern experimental and clinical medicine.

The scope of the journal is to serve as a broad platform for exchanging ideas and experience, establish cooperation among prominent researchers working on the clinical and experimental medical issues from different regions of Ukraine as well as world.


  1. Original Articles – original experimental and clinical studies of different medical fields.

    1. Experimental Papers have to be conducted using the modern methods and should provide the solution of certain task (tasks).

    2. Clinical Papers should have up-to-date data concerning diagnostic methods, preventive measures and disease treatment.

  2. Review of Literature is a publication presented by the famous scientists of focused specialization (group of scientists) containing updated information concerning certain issue of either theoretical or clinical medicine. The review is based on the analysis of world and national literature, and personal experience about the solution of the discussed issue.

  3. Clinical Case is a short presentation on the certain clinical case, which gives new information about the diagnostic peculiarities, preventive measures or disease treatment. This article must contain brief discussion with the analysis of modern literature.

  4. Correspondence may have a critical article discussion about published papers in the JC&EMR within current year.


Manuscripts describing experiments on human beings and animals should clearly state that the research has been complied with all relevant Ukrainian (national) and international regulations. Clinical studies on participants must have been conducted by following the tenets of the Declaration of Helsinki. Please, also look at its latest version (see Similarly, authors must confirm that experiments involving animals adhered to the ethical standards and conform to the legal requirements with the European Communities Council Directive of November 24, 1986 for the care and use of Laboratory Animals for experimental procedure (see

Patients have a right to privacy, the protection of the right is essential. Thus, personal information (patients’ names, hospital unit number) should not be published unless the information is essential for scientific purpose. Either the patient or his/her parents (guardian) must give written informed consent for publication identifying information.

Author(s) of manuscripts describing experiments on human or animals must state the appropriate committee or institutional review board. The committee controls each experimental procedure and provides a policy approval statement, which must be available for review by the Editors if necessary.


We accept manuscripts in Ukrainian, Russian and English with British spelling; they have not been previously published anywhere and that they are not under simultaneous consideration or in press by another journal. Articles submitted in Ukrainian or Russian and approved after reviewing will be translated into English by the editorial board.

All submissions must be made electronically at First-time users must create an author account to obtain a user ID to enter the journal online system. Registration, submission and publication of the article are absolutely free.

Each submitted article is initially evaluated by a technical editor of the journal and two senior research associates of editorial board to figure out if the article meets requirements for publication. An initial decision is usually reached within 30 days concerning possibility of the article publication in the JC&EMR. If the publication is rejected authors will receive a full text of negative review. The author reserves the right to reply on the reviewer’s comments. The editorial board along with reviewer’s recommendations my send to the author suggestions concerning manuscript modifications and its further acceptance for publication.

Submitted manuscripts may be rejected by the editorial board if the manuscript is considered inappropriate and irrelevant.

preparation of manuscript

General Rules for Writing

The work must demonstrate its novelty, importance and rises questions of a particular field of either clinical or experimental medicine.

Use simple and declarative sentences and commonly accepted terms; avoid long sentence and idle words. We recommend that for clarity you use the past tense to narrate particular events in the past, including the procedures, observations and data of the study that you are reporting. Use the present tense for your own general conclusions, the conclusions of the previous researchers and generally accepted facts. Thus, narration of “Abstract” and “Experimental Procedures” should be in the past tense, while “Introduction”, “Results”, “Discussion” and “Conclusion” should be in the present tense.

^ Technical Specifications

The manuscript should be typed in MS WORD using А4 sheets. Use Times New Roman typeface in 12pts front size, 1,5 spaced with the margins: top, bottom and left – 1,5; right – 2,0. The length of original articles (apart from the title page, tables and figures) should not exceed – 12 printed pages, review of literature – 15-20 printed pages, clinical cases and correspondence – 7 printed pages. The list of references for original articles and the review of literature is unlimited, and for the clinical case as well as correspondence - 10 references.


Abbreviations should be defined on their first appearance in the text, except of the units of measurement. Avoid generally unacceptable abbreviations. Do not use abbreviations in the title and abstract.

^ Units of measurement

We strongly recommend the use of correct and established nomenclature wherever possible. Measurements of length, height, weight and volume should be reported in metric units (meter, kilogram, or liter) or their decimal multiples. Hematologic and clinico-biochemical units should be reported in the metric system in terms of the International System of Units (SI).

organization of the manuscript

The manuscript should be organized into the following sections:

  1. Title Page

  2. Abstract

  3. Key Words

  4. Introduction

  5. Experimental Procedures

  6. Results

  7. Discussion

  8. Conclusion

  9. Acknowledgments

  10. References

  11. Tables

  12. Figures

  13. Additional information (if applicable)

We draw particular attention of authors to the importance of carefully preparing title, keywords and abstract as these elements are indicators of the manuscript content in bibliographic database and search engines.

Title Page

The Title Page should contain the full title of the paper, full names of authors, affiliations and positions, contact address and e-mail of the author responsible for correspondence.

We strongly recommend the title should be informative, specific to the paper, yet concise (75 characters or less). Avoid specialist abbreviations and non-standard acronyms. Words should not be capitalized.

Sample of the title page:

The full title of the paper

Full name of the 1st author, job position

Full name of the 2nd author, job position


(address of the institution)

The corresponding author:

Full name, contact address and e-mail.


The text of abstract should not exceed 250 words. The abstract should give the idea of the basic content of the paper and stay the Objective(s) of the study or investigation, basic Methods (selection of study subjects or laboratory animals; observation and analytical methods), main Results (giving specific data and their statistical significance, if possible) and the principal Conclusion. Is should emphasize novelty and importance of the study of observation.

^ Key Words

The list of Key Words should be of 10 words maximum, separated by commas. We suggest that key words are other than those used in the title.


This section should supply sufficient information concerning the state of the discussed issues of the manuscript. It should provide full information about the raised question and possible solutions. As you compose the introduction, think of the readers who are not experts in this field. Also introduction should conclude statement of the rationale for the study, the overall purpose of the paper and the hypothesis of which it was based on.

^ Experimental Procedures

This section should include sufficient technical information to enable the experiments or clinical research to be reproduced by other scientists. Protocols for new methods or significant modifications to existing methods should be also included, while well-established protocols should only be referenced.

It must provide information about the computational analyses and used technical details (methods, models applied or newly developed).


This section should provide details to all of the obtained results of the experiments. Remember that large datasets might be more concisely presented in the tables. Avoid repetitions in the Results, if this information has been already presented as tables or figures. Limit illustrations to those that are absolutely necessary to show the experimental findings.

The section may be divided into subsections.


The Discussion should provide an interpretation of the results in relation to previously published and modern works. Is should not contain extensive repetition of the Results or reiteration of the Introduction.

The Results and Discussion sections may be combined into one section.


The Conclusion should provide answers and possible solutions for the raised questions and issues of the article. This section could also give perspectives for the further researches.


This section should describe sources of funding (either an institution or individual person) that have supported the work. Recognition of personal assistance may be also given here. For example people who contributed to the work, but do not fit the criteria for authors (technical person, laboratory assistant, etc).


The list of references should include only those publications that are cited in the text. References should be arranged and numbered consecutively in the order in which they first appear in the text. Thus, they should be assigned Arabic numeral and given in brackets, e.g. [18]. Multiple citations within a single set of brackets should be separated by commas. References in figures and tables should be listed as last.

The References should be formed due to the National Standards of Ukraine (DSTU 7.1:2006).

Please use the following style for the reference list:

1 author:

Boden S. D. Bioactive factors for bone tissue engineering/ Boden S. D.// Clin. Orthop. Relat. Res.-1999.-Vol. 36(7).-P.84–94.

2 – 3 authors:

Albrektsson T. Osteoinduction, osteoconduction and osseointegration / T. Albrektsson, C.Johansson // Eur.Spine J.-2001.-№10.-Р.96-101

Attawia M. A. Osteoblast-like cell adherance and migration through 3-dimensional porous polymer matrices / M. A.Attawia, K. M.Herbert, C. T.Laurencin // Biochem. Biophys. Res. Commun.-1995.-Vol. 213.-P. 639–644.

4 authors:

Bone morphogenetic protein 7 (BMP7) gene polymorphisms are associated with inverse relationships between vascular calcification and BMD: the Diabetes Heart Study. [Freedman Barry I, Bowden Donald W, Ziegler Julie T, Langefeld Carl D / J Bone Miner Res. - 2009. – V. 24(10). – Р. 1719-1727.

5 and more authors:

Altered fracture repair in the absence of MMP9/[Colnot C., Thompson Z., Miclau T. et al.]// Development.-2003.-Vol. 120.-P. 4123-4133.


Provide each table on a separate page of the manuscript after the references. Do not use any colors or other style formatting on tables. Use only simple borders. Tables should be numbered consecutively using Arabic numerals and referred to in the text by number, e.g. (Table 3). Each table should have an explanatory caption which should be as concise as possible. Write explanations essential to the understanding of the table at the bottom of the table. Identify statistical measures of variations, such as standard deviation and standard error of the mean where appropriate. Table heading has to be centered and typed in Times New Roman typeface in 12pts front size. Footnotes can be used to explain abbreviations but should not include detailed descriptions of the experiment.


Provide each figure on a separate page of the manuscript after the references and tables. Number the figures according to their sequence in the text. The text should include references to all figures. Graphs and figures should be in black/white or colored. Each figure should have a concise title, which is placed under the figure and centered. Each figure legend should provide enough information so that the figure is understandable without frequent reference to the text. The legend should be succinct while still explaining all symbols and abbreviations.


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