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RAMS Publishing House
(Publishing House of the Russian Academy of Medical Sciences)

RAMS Publishing House was founded in 1999 by the Russian Academy of Medical Sciences.

RAMS Publishing House publishes books on medical and biological issues, which are approved by the Publishing Council of the Presidium of the Russian Academy of Medical Sciences, as well as monthly journal “Bulletin of Experimental Biology and Medicine”.

In September 2004 a new journal "Cell Technologies in Biology and Medicine" start.  

 

Director of RAMS Publishing House — Klavdia V. Movsesyan. 

RAMS Publishing House
Solyanka str., 14
Moscow 109240 Russia
Tel./fax (007)(499)390-27-20
E-mail: bam.b@g23.relcom.ru, info@iramn.ru

 

Bulletin of Experimental Biology and Medicine

“Bulletin of Experimental Biology and Medicine”, monthly international scientific journal, publishes the latest experimental research on key issues in modern biology and medicine (text should be submitted in Russian). Founded in 1936 by Academy of Medical Sciences.

“Bulletin of Experimental Biology and Medicine” is indexed/abstracted in Chemical Abstracts Service; EMBASE/Excerpta Medica; Index Medicus/MEDLINE; The ISI Alerting Services; Medical Documentation Service; Current Contents, Science Citation Index; Science Citation Index Expanded, SCOPUS.

“Bulletin of Experimental Biology and Medicine” translated into English and disributed worldwide by Springer.

 

Editor:
Viktor A. Tutelyan, Professor, Academician of the Russian Academy of  Sciences, Moscow, Russia

Deputy Editors-in-Chief: G.T. Sukhikh
Executive Editor: N.E. Kushlinskii

Editorial Board:
Cezmi Akdis (Switzerland); I.G. Akmaev; L.I. Aftanas; Rudolf Valenta (Austria); M.V. Dalin; A.D. Durnev; A.M. Dygai; V.A. Frolov; A.V. Karaulov;  V.Kh. Khanferyan; V.Kh. Khavinson; S.M. Klimenko; S.I. Kolesnikov; A.A. Kubatiev; M.L. Kukushkin; L.M. Nepomnyashchikh; V.K. Reshetnyak; A.I. Schegolev; V.G. Sergienko; V.A. Shkurupy; V.G. Skrebitskii; S.K. Sudakov; V.Yu. Timoshenko; A.G. Tonevitsky;  K.N. Yarigin; V.A. Yurkiv; V.G. Zilov

Instructions for the authors
* The journal "Byulleten' Eksperimental'noi Biologii i Meditsiny" (Bulletin of Experimental Biology and Medicine) publishes reports in Russian about planned research carried out at Research Institutions in the form of brief original communications on pressing problems of biology and medicine, containing novel essential research results. The reports about priority research are published directly.
* The papers should present briefly the methods and experimental results of the study.
* A written direction from all institutions at which the study was carried out is to be attached to the paper (only the institutions directing the paper will be listed in the headlines). Personal signatures of all authors, with complete names and surnames, complete address, telephone, and e-mail address of the author contacting with the editorial office are to be given at the end of the paper.
* The journal does not publish big papers mechanically divided into several communications, reports about investigations without clear-cut conclusions, and descriptive papers.
* The size of the paper is no more than 6 type-written papers including the tables. The editorial staff has write to cut down the papers.
* The papers are to be type-written on one side of a sheet, with double interval between the lines and at least 2-cm margins, and include the following sections: 1) materials and methods; 2) results. Files in Microsoft Word and two printed copies are sent to the editorial office.
* The headlines are as follows: 1) probable section of the journal; 2) title of the paper; 3) authors' names and the initial letters of first names; 4) institution at which the study was carried out, with the name and initial letters of the first name of scientific adviser; 5) abstract of the paper (300-400 symbols); 6) key words (no more than 5); and 7) address for correspondence.
* The paper is to be thoroughly checked: the author should give visas for chemical formulas, tables, and doses on the margins.
* No more than 3 figures can be attached to the paper; the data given in the figures should not repeat the material in the tables. The figures should be clear, easily reproducible; the curves are specified with Arabic figures. Figures for plotting the curves are attached to each figure.
* Microphotographs are presented in the TIFF, BMP, or JPG format; only the second copy is signed; the number of the figure is written with a soft pencil on the back side of the photograph and the word "top" is written to show the top of the picture.
* Legends to figures are given after the text of the paper as follows: first the full name of the figure and then explanation of all symbols (figures and letters). The legends to microphotographs should specify the magnification and method of staining (or impregnation).
* The tables should contain only the necessary data and present the summarized and statistically processed data of the study. The tables should be numbered and titled. All figures and measuring units should correspond to the text.
* No more than 3 abbreviations (words, names) are allowed after initial complete deciphering, besides the abbreviations used in the journal (listed in No. 12 each year), measures, physical and mathematical values and terms.
* All mathematical formulas should be carefully checked. All capital and small letters should be marked: capital letters with double dash below the letter, small ones with double dash above the letter; Latin letters are shown with blue pencil, Greek ones with red pencil; upper and lower indexes should be marked.
* The references (no more than 15, no earlier than 1990) are presented in alphabetical order. No references to unpublished works and proceedings of conferences are allowed. In the text the reference number is given in square brackets. References to publications in journals include abbreviated title of the journal, year, volume, number, and pages; for books: title, place and year of publication.
* If defects (sense or technological) are found in the paper during its preparation to publication, it can be returned to the author(s) for correction.
* The day when the final text of the paper was received in the editorial office is considered as the date of the paper submission.
* Signing the paper, the author(s) thus submits the right to publication and translation of the paper to the editorial board. The author guarantees that the paper is original, neither the paper, nor figures were ever published before. The author guarantees the adherence to International Helsinki Declaration on Humane Handling of Animals.
* No proofs are sent to the authors.
* Rejected papers are not sent back.
* No fees are paid.
* Submission of the paper confirms complete agreement of the author to the regulations of the journal.

Cell Technologies in Biology and Medicine

Editor:
G.T. Sukhikh

Deputy Editor-in-Chief: V.P.Chechonin; D.V.Goldstein; Yu.A.Romanov;
Executive Editor: K.N.Yarigin

Editorial Board:
L.A.Bokerya;  A.M.Dygai;  V.A.Kozlov; L.M. Nepomnyashchikh; N.A.Onischenko; V.A.Petrakova; A.G. Pogorelov;   V.G.Savchenko; V.G. Tkachuk;  M.V.Ugryumov; A.V.Vasiliev; V.B.Vasiliev; I.V.Viktorov;


Instructions for the authors
* The journal "Kletochnye Tekhnologii v Bioloii i Meditsine" (Cell Technologies in Biology and Medicine) publishes reports in Russian about planned research carried out at Research Institutions in the form of original communications on pressing problems of biology and medicine, containing novel essential research results. The reports about priority research are published directly.
* The papers should present the methods and experimental results of the study.
* A written direction from all institutions at which the study was carried out is to be attached to the paper (only the institutions directing the paper will be listed in the headlines). Personal signatures of all authors, with complete names and surnames, complete address, telephone, and e-mail address of the author contacting with the editorial office are to be given at the end of the paper.
* The journal does not publish big papers mechanically divided into several communications, reports about investigations without clear-cut conclusions, and descriptive papers.
* The size of the paper is no more than 12 type-written papers including the tables. The editorial staff has write to cut down the papers.
* The papers are to be type-written on one side of a sheet, with double interval between the lines and at least 2-cm margins, and include the following sections: 1) materials and methods; 2) results. Files in Microsoft Word and two printed copies are sent to the editorial office.
* The headlines are as follows: 1) title of the paper; 2) authors' names and the initial letters of first names; 3) institution at which the study was carried out, with the name and initial letters of the first name of scientific adviser; 4) abstract of the paper (300-400 symbols); 5) key words (no more than 5); and 6) address for correspondence.
* The paper is to be thoroughly checked: the author should give visas for chemical formulas, tables, and doses on the margins.
* No more than 3 figures can be attached to the paper; the data given in the figures should not repeat the material in the tables. The figures should be clear, easily reproducible; the curves are specified with Arabic figures. Figures for plotting the curves are attached to each figure.
* Microphotographs are presented in the TIFF, BMP, or JPG format; only the second copy is signed; the number of the figure is written with a soft pencil on the back side of the photograph and the word "top" is written to show the top of the picture.
* Legends to figures are given after the text of the paper as follows: first the full name of the figure and then explanation of all symbols (figures and letters). The legends to microphotographs should specify the magnification and method of staining (or impregnation).
* The tables should contain only the necessary data and present the summarized and statistically processed data of the study. The tables should be numbered and titled. All figures and measuring units should correspond to the text.
* No more than 3 abbreviations (words, names) are allowed after initial complete deciphering, besides the abbreviations used in the journal (listed in No. 12 each year), measures, physical and mathematical values and terms.
* All mathematical formulas should be carefully checked. All capital and small letters should be marked: capital letters with double dash below the letter, small ones with double dash above the letter; Latin letters are shown with blue pencil, Greek ones with red pencil; upper and lower indexes should be marked.
* The references (no more than 15, no earlier than 1990) are presented in alphabetical order. No references to unpublished works and proceedings of conferences are allowed. In the text the reference number is given in square brackets. References to publications in journals include abbreviated title of the journal, year, volume, number, and pages; for books: title, place and year of publication.
* If defects (sense or technological) are found in the paper during its preparation to publication, it can be returned to the author(s) for correction.
* The day when the final text of the paper was received in the editorial office is considered as the date of the paper submission.
* Signing the paper, the author(s) thus submits the right to publication and translation of the paper to the editorial board. The author guarantees that the paper is original, neither the paper, nor figures were ever published before. The author guarantees the adherence to International Helsinki Declaration on Humane Handling of Animals.
* No proofs are sent to the authors.
* Rejected papers are not sent back.
* No fees are paid.
* Submission of the paper confirms complete agreement of the author to the regulations of the journal.