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- The text is in space 1,5; Uses a 12-point font; employs italics, rather than underlining (except with URL addresses); Figures and tables are in separate file, in the form of attachments.
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-All the Ethical Considerations,
- Sources of Financing,
- Acknowledgments and
-Authorship were taken from the main archive.
And any other details included in the Materials and methods that can allow the reviewer to identify the authors or the institution of origin
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Declaration on conflict of interest.
- They were listed the names of three researchers not related to the article or to your institution that can act as Ad hoc in the area of the proposed article?
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