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Author(s) including title(s), institution(s), and e-mail address(es)
Body of Paper
ISTL uses the CSE format. See this guide from the University of Wisconsin for examples.
References should be cited in the text in the following form:
Smith (2002, 2005)
Smith and Jones (2005)
(Smith & Jones 2008)
(Smith 2005; Jones 2008)
(Smith et al. 2010) for more than two authors
At the end of the paper references should be listed alphabetically in the section entitled References in the following standard form, giving journal titles in full. Please italicize titles of books and journals. Include DOIs whenever possible.
Submit articles in electronic form to:
McCormac, J.S. and Kennedy, G. 2004. Birds of Ohio. Auburn (WA): Lone Pine. p. 77-78.
McDaniel, T.K. and Valdivia, R.H. 2005. New tools for virulence gene discovery. In: Cossart, P. et al., editors. Cellular microbiology. 2nd ed. Washington (DC): ASM Press. p. 473-488.
Markham, J.W. & Hagmeier, E. 1982. Observations on the effects of germanium dioxide on the growth of macro-algae and diatoms. Phycologia 21(2):125-131.
Leng F., Amado L. & McMacken R. 2004. Coupling DNA supercoiling to transcription in defined protein systems. Journal of Biological Chemistry [Internet]. [Cited 2015 Jul 24];279(46):47564-47571. Available from: http://www.jbc.org/cgi/reprint/279/46/47564
Online Articles with a DOI
Gunapala, Nirmala. 2014. Meeting the needs of the "invisible university:" identifying information needs of postdoctoral scholars in the sciences. Issues in Science and Technology Librarianship. 77. DOI: 10.5062/F4B8563P.
Web Pages (no author listed):
ASAP: systematic annotation package for community analysis of genomes [Internet]. Madison (WI): University of Wisconsin-Madison; c2013 [cited 2013 Sep 12]. Available from http://www.genome.wisc.edu/tools/asap.htm
Andrea L. Duda
University of California
Santa Barbara, CA 93106-9010
Updated: March 6, 2018