Reference formatting.

General rules

  1. In the references list, all publications shall be listed in order of citation in the text. In the text of the article, references are given in square brackets in Arabic numerals.
  2. The Editorial Board recommends using the AMA (American Medical Association) style for citations in the journal: ALL AUTHORS shall be included in the description of each source. If the publication has more than 7 authors, then after the 3rd author, the “…, etc.” or “…, et al.” abbreviation shall be used.
  3. Give journal titles in accordance with the title catalogue of the database MedLine (NLM Catalogue). Use full titles for journals not indexed in MedLine.
  4. Use full article titles.
  5. Use the short format to specify the publication date, volume, issue number, and pages of the article.
  6. Use the Vancouver format, AMA version, for bibliographic descriptions of references.

In all cases when the quoted material has a DOI (Digital Object Identifier), it must be specified at the very end of the bibliographic reference.

Example:
Wang FP, Tang XJ, Wei CQ, Xu LR, Mao H, Luo FM. Dupilumab treatment in moderate-to-severe atopic dermatitis: A systematic review and meta-analysis. J Dermatol Sci. 2018;90(2):190-8. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jdermsci.2018.01.016
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