Author Guidelines

Each journal features a set of individual author guidelines that give advice on the way to prepare your paper for submission. We also provide here further detail on specific topics which may be valuable as you prepare your submission.

Authors are requested

  • The authors must ensure that their manuscript is their original work.
  • Authors must ensure that the manuscript has not published previously elsewhere, or even submitted and been reviewed in another journal.
  • The authors must ensure that all information in the paper is genuine and credible.
  • Authors must certify that the manuscript has not previously been published elsewhere, or even submitted and been in reviewed in another journal.
  • All Authors referred to in the paper must have significantly contributed to the research. The level of their contribution also must be defined in the “Author’s Contributions” section of the article.
  • Authors cannot withdraw their articles within the review process or after submission, or they must pay the penalty defined by the publisher.

Types of Articles & Format

Generally the Manuscripts are classified in to following groups based on the criteria noted below.The chosen classification will appear in the printed manuscript above the manuscript title.
  • Research Article
    Must follow all sections specified. Outline of Introduction, Materials and Methods, Discussions, Results, Conclusions and References. Data should be developed by the authors. Paper should be written from the perspective of a researcher and not as a student.
  • Review Article
    The length of the review article should be the minimum that required describing the work clearly. The title must be informative, short and include specific terms. It has to represent that the text is a review article. Abstract and keywords are must In general includes a large number of references.
  • Editorial
    These types of articles are written by the Editorial board members, Associate Editors, or the Guest Editors invited on a variety of subjects of interest to the journal. This article is typically shorter than one page.
  • Case Reports
    These articles provide an original description of unreported report for a known disease or a new opinion of case which poses a diagnostic and therapeutic challenge
  • Commentary
    Authors Suggestion Recommendations provided by the Reviewers This article represents the opinion or perspective of the authors This type of articles does not follow the outline of introduction, Materials/Methods, Results/ Conclusion, References. Our Journal welcomes Special Issues, a set of articles related to the similar themes or projects of broad interest. Typically 5-10 articles in each special issue.


Manuscript Duplicity is a crime thus Plagiarism should be completely avoided. Figures and Tables extracted from any sources are considered as malpractice. The Data extracted must be cited and this journal does not encourage exact reproduction of any content.

The structure of the manuscript includes the following sections

Cover Letter, Manuscript Title, Author Information, Abstract and keywords, Materials & Methods, Results, Acknowledgments, References

Cover letter

The Cover letter includes the details about your choice of journal for the publication of your article, Article title, acceptance of all the regarding the submission, statement of indicating no multiple submission or duplicate submission and the details regarding the conference (if the article presented at any).

Manuscript Title

The title should be limited to 25-30 words or less and should not contain abbreviations. The title should be a brief phrase describing the contents of the paper.

Author Information

Authors are requested to provide their complete names and contact information for 2-4 external reviewers also suggest the opposed reviewers if any.

Abstract & Keywords

The Abstract must be concise and clear not exceeding more than 300 words and should clearly state the findings. The abstract must be understandable to the general reader. It should briefly explain the rationale, objectives, findings, and conclusions of the manuscript. The nonstandard abbreviations must be defined; it should not include any bibliographic citation.

Materials & Methods

This section should provide enough detail for reproduction of the findings. Protocols for new methods should be included, but well-established protocols may simply be referenced. Detailed methodology or supporting information relevant to the methodology can be published on our Web site.


The results section should include all relevant positive and negative findings. The section may be divided into subsections, each with a concise subheading. Large datasets, including raw data, should be submitted as supporting files; these are published online alongside the accepted article. The results section should be written in past tense.


This section includes acknowledgment of people, grant details, funds, etc.


Authors are responsible for the accuracy and completeness of their references and for correct text citation.
  • References should begin on a separate page.
  • References must be double line spaced and numbered consecutively in order of appearance within the text, using the automated numbering tool of Word.
  • Identify references in text, tables, and legends in Arabic numerals in parentheses, i.e. (7).
  • List all authors when six or fewer; when seven or more, list only the first three and add et al.
  • References used within tables or figure legends should be included in the reference list and numbered in consecutive order according to the table/figure citation in the text.
  • Journals’ names should be abbreviated according to Index Medicus/Medline. If there is any doubt about the abbreviation of a journal name, it should be spelled out completely.
  • Any references to studies (including books or articles) that have been accepted for publication, but not yet published, should indicate where they will be published and have the term “in press” in the reference in place of volume and page numbers. These must be updated prior to publication, if possible.
  • Do not add a discussion or comment to a reference.
  • Suffixes such as Jr, Sr, and III follow the author’s initials.

Examples of reference style

  • Journal Article: Micha R, Peñalvo JL, Cudhea F, et al. Association Between Dietary Factors and Mortality From Heart Disease, Stroke, and Type 2 Diabetes in the United States. JAMA. 2017; 317(9):912-924.
  • Book: Domino FJ, Baldor RA, Grimes JA, Golding J, eds. 5-Minute Clinical Consult. 23rd ed. Philadelphia, PA: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins 2014; 492-498.
  • Chapter in book: Yaksh TL, Luo ZD. Anatomy of the pain processing system. In: Waldman SD, ed. Pain Management. 2nd ed. Philadelphia, PA: Elsevier/Saunders 2011; 10-18.
  • Web page reference: References to websites must always include the full link. (E.g. FDA Drug Safety Communication: FDA warns about rare but serious allergic reactions with the skin antiseptic chlorhexidine gluconate. Discussions or comments should not be added to the reference. References used within tables or figure legends should be included in the reference list and numbered in consecutive order according to the table/figure citation in the text. Suffixes such as Jr, Sr, and III follow the author’s initials. Journals names should be abbreviated.


The tables must be included in the text file after the references section of the manuscript. Conditions for table preparation :

  • Should not include duplicate data that has been explained in the text
  • Should be created using Table tools in word
  • Should not be submitted as figures
  • Should be number in the order of citation in the text
  • References used within tables should be included in the reference list and numbered in consecutive order according to the table citation in the text.

Figure legends

Should be included at the end of the manuscript. The different expressions used to identify different parts of the figures should be clearly explained. References used within figure legends should be included in the reference list and numbered in consecutive order according to the figure citation in the text. Figures from already published content should be acknowledged, cited and should have approval from the copyright holder.

Figures and illustrations

Number all figures in the order of their citation in the text. Include a title for each figure (a brief phrase, preferably no longer than 10-15 words). Do not embed figures in the Word document. Figures must be submitted as individual .jpg or .tif files and have high enough resolution for publishing. Do not submit figures as Word, PowerPoint or PDF files.

Clinical photographs that identify an individual must be accompanied by a signed statement by the patient or legal guardian granting permission for publication of the pictures for educational purposes or must be masked to prevent identification of the patient.

Supplementary material
Supplementary information that may be included in the online and will be required for supporting the different sections or finding is included under this section.

Submission Process

The authors could submit their manuscripts to the editorial office through the online submission system or they could alternatively send their articles to the Editorial office as an attachment to the email at submitmanuscript@

Article Processing Charges

Global science excel journal is self-financed Hence we do not receive any income from selling subscriptions to print or view online versions of its journals or from charging “pay-per-view” fees. The Open Access charges the end-user when accessing a manuscript. This allows the readers to view, access, download and distribute the content without any limits. Authors are required to pay a fair handling fee of $700 for processing their articles. However, there are no submission charges. Authors are required to make payment only after their manuscript has been accepted for publication. However, a fee waiver may be possible in some circumstances. Please contact the editors for further information. Our journal allows all the researchers, scholars and other scientific communities to view, download, or distribute an article in any medium. The costs of website maintenance and other services are recovered by charging a publication fee from the research sponsors or authors for each article that they publish. Authors who lack the funds to cover the publication fees may request a discount. Authors from developing and transitional countries are given priority in order to support their research interests.