Oxford University Press - Journal Of The National Cancer Institute - Manuscript Preparation
Abbreviation: OUP JNCI Policy
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Description:The Manuscript Preparation page contains a broad range of guidelines for publishing in the Journal Of The National Cancer Institute. With regards to data deposition, authors are encouraged to follow published standard reporting guidelines for the study discipline. In reporting randomized clinical trials, authors must comply with published CONSORT guidelines. Before final acceptance of any manuscript containing new nucleotide and/or amino acid sequences, the author(s) must deposit the sequence information with the appropriate public repository as described in this document. Microarray and proteomic data should be made publicly available at the time of publication in suitable repositories as described in this document.
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