Author Agreement Neuromuscular Disorders

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Conflicts of interest are provided as recommended by the International Committee of Medical Journal Editors. All authors should disclose all financial and personal relationships with other individuals or organizations that may unduly influence the study. Even if authors do not have conflicts of interest, authors should explain it: not all authors have conflicts of interest. For gold open access articles: after the adoption of an article, authors are invited to enter into an „exclusive license agreement“ (more information). The permitted reuse of gold open access items by third parties depends on the choice of user license by the author. Quote numbers in numerical order (Fig. 1, Fig. 2, etc.) as they appear in the text. If a figure contains two or more images, an alphabet can be added after the figure number (fig. 1a, 1b, etc.).

Images must be submitted as separate files in JPEG, TIFF, EPS or PPT format (do not embed figures in the manuscript file). All images must be above the following image resolutions; Line Art (an image of lines and text) 600 dpi, semitone (a continuous sound photo that contains no text) 300 dpi, combination (Line Art + Semitone) 600 dpi. Colors must be approved by the publisher. A limited number of color figurines can be printed in the magazine, at the discretion of the publisher, free of charge. Otherwise, the additional costs for the figurines will be communicated before publication and should be paid by the author. Photos of identifiable individuals must be accompanied by a signed authorization from the patient or legal guardian authorizing the publication. Character captions should be complete sentences in English and appear on a separate page at the end of the manuscript file. The microscopic figure of the histological sample should provide the original tissue, staining method and magnification with a single bar.

CommentsReview documents should cover current and important developments related to the diagnosis, pathogenesis or treatment of a neuromuscular disorder. They can be either detailed and comprehensive or short mini-assessments. Please attach an abstract and keywords. Evaluations are sent to Anders Oldfors, who coordinates the peer review. There is no length limit, although most articles do not exceed 6000 words. Please contact the editorial staff if you would like to discuss.. . .