Manuscript Submission Guidelines
      - Abstract submission deadline: 15 May – 10 Aug 2019
      - Abstract reviewal and notification: 25 Aug – 10 Sep 2019    
      - Final notification: 15 Sep 2019

Before submitting your manuscript, please ensure that you have satisfied all the requirements as listed in the checklist below
      - Manuscript must be written in English and created as a Word document (version 2003 or later version).
      - The length of the full paper must be restricted to 2-3 pages of A4 size.
      - Manuscript must be formatted in two columns (except the tittle and abstract) with 0.8 cm between columns.
      - The marginsare set up as left 3.0 cm and other margins (top, bottom, right) 2.5 cm.
      - The text must be formatted in Times New Roman font, 10 pt size and single spaced lines.
      - Tables, figures must fit within one column. Size in tables can be smaller than 10 pt.
      - Please organize the manuscript as follow:
         o Title: The title should not be more than 2 lines and aligned in center. It may be descriptive or declarative. All words must be capitalized and bold
         o Author Information: All names of authors should be listed (e.g., Trevor E. Smith, James E. Pettigrew; initial of the middle name is capitalized, only the first letter of the first and last names is in capital) and the presenting author is underlined.  Institutional affiliations of the authors should include department, university/institution/company, city, state or country (all with first letters capitalized). They are italicized and placed below the author names, and are followed by the email address of the presenting author. Use superscript numbers to match individual authors with their corresponding affiliations.
         o Abstract: Abstract should be limited to 250 words or fewer and must summarize the basic but complete content of the paper without extensive experimental details: problem addressed; objective; methods and approach; important results; conclusions.
         o Keywords: Identify a few (three to five) key words which represent the major concepts of the study.
         o Introduction: The Introduction should briefly justify the research, specify the hypothesis to be tested, and give the objective.
         o Materials and methods: A brief description or specific original reference is required for all biological, analytical, and statistical procedures. The statistical models, classes, blocks, and experimental unit must be designated. An experimental unit is defined as the smallest unit to which an individual treatment is imposed. If possible, animals (number, sex, age, weight) and measurements should be described. A statement of the results of the statistical analysis should justify the interpretations and conclusions.
         o Results,Discussions: The results are presented in the form of tables and/or figures when feasible. The text should explain or elaborate on the tabular data, but numbers should not be repeated within the text. Sufficient data, all with some index of variation attached, should be presented to allow the reader to interpret the results of the experiment. Reporting the actual P-value is preferred to the use of the terms significant and highly significant
         o Conclusions: This section should interpret the result clearly and concisely in terms of biological mechanisms and significance. Based on the research findings and previously published literature, the reader is able to accept or reject the hypothesis tested. 
         o References: References are listed alphabetically by the author’s last name and then chronologically. When there are more than 2 authors of an article, the first author’s last name is used and followed by the abbreviation et al. The year of publication follows the author’s name. The title of paper is omitted. Journals should be abbreviated (visit: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/nlmcatalog/journals)
         o Acknowledgment (optional), Abbreviations, Figures, Tables: Abbreviations must be defined at first use. Table titles are placed above the tables, but a caption for a figure should appear below the figure. Figures and tables are numbered consecutively. They should not be wider than a text column and should be appropriately cited in the text of the abstract. 
Please use the template as an example to create your manuscript