Author Guidelines
Preparing For Manuscript Submission

We recommend the authors to read this formatting guide completely as it describes how to prepare manuscript for submissions to GET Journal of Biosecurity and One Health. This helps you to familiarize yourself with the journal formatting style.

Manuscript Sections
  • Manuscript Title
  • Abstract
  • Keywords
  • Abbreviations
  • Body Text
  • Equations and Formulas
  • Units
  • Supplementary
  • References
  • Figures and Tables.

All submissions must be done online.


GET Journal of Biosecurity and One Health is an international Publisher of open access, peer reviewed Journals covering all aspects of biosecurity, biobanking, bioterrorisim, biodata, epidemiology, ethics, One Health, vaccine, environmental change and other related fields. Thus, the submissions must therefore be clearly written in simple understandable language so that they are accessible to readers in other disciplines and to readers for whom English is not their first language. All manuscript must be submitted in English language.

Peer Review Process

Each submission would undergo double blind peer review process to enhance the quality of the manuscripts submitted to the journal. Please find the link for a brief look upon the peer review processing system: GET journal Peer Review Processing


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 GET journal does not encourage exact reproduction of any content. All submitted manuscript will be subjected to plagiarism test before subjecting it for peer review.

Publication Types

GET journal accepts high quality varied article types such as Research, Reviews, Short Communications, Case Report, Perspectives (Editorials), policy briefs and Clinical Images. 

Manuscript Structure and Notations

Manuscript Types

Word Limit(Excludes References)

Structure of The Manuscript

Page/Figure/Table Limits/References


5000 words

Title, Author(s) & affiliations, Corresponding author details; Abstract; Keywords; Abbreviations; Introduction; Materials and methods; Results and discussion; Conclusion; References, acknowledgement.

No Page, Figure, Table or reference limits.

Review Manuscript

5000 words

Title, Author(s) & affiliations, Corresponding author details; Abstract; Keywords; Abbreviations; Introduction; Subheadings and sub-subheadings; Conclusion; References.

No Page, Figure, Table or reference limits.

Short Communication

2000 words

Title, Author(s) & affiliations, Corresponding author details; Abstract; Keywords; Abbreviations; Introduction; Materials and methods; Results and discussion; Conclusion, References.

No Page, Figure, Table or reference limits.

Case Report

1500 words

Title, Author(s) & affiliations, Corresponding author details; Abstract; Keywords; Case Presentation, Discussion/Conclusion; References.

No Page, Figure, Table or reference limits.


1500 words

Title, Author(s) & affiliations, Corresponding author’s details; Text description, References.

No Page, Figure, Table or reference limits.

Clinical Image

150 words

Title, Author(s) & affiliations, Corresponding author’s details; One short paragraph describing the Image.

Maximum of 2 Images.

Policy Briefs

750 words

Title, Authors & affiliations, Corresponding author’s details, introduction, methodology, discussion, policy recommendation.

No Page, Figure, Table or reference limits.

Preparation of Manuscript

Font Styles and other Formatting details:

  • Title: Times New Roman, 14 Bold, Title Case, Centralized alignment.
  • Author(s): Times New Roman, 12 Bold, Left alignment.
  • Affiliations: Times New Roman, 10 Normal, Left-Right Alignment.
  • Corresponding author: Times New Roman, 10 Normal, and Justified.
  • Heading: Times New Roman, 14 Bold, and Left-Right Alignment.
  • Sub-headings or Sub- Sub-headings: Times New Roman, 10 Bold, and Left-Right Alignment.
  • Spacing: Indentation after/before: 0; Spacing after/before: 0,1.5 line Spacing.
Manuscript Titles

Title should be brief and precise technical enough to explain the content it holds in the manuscript. It is usually free from acronyms, abbreviations or punctuations.


Author names need to be mentioned as Last name followed by their Initials without space or any punctuation. In case of more than one author is present they should be differentiated by semicolon the conjunction ‘and’ with the last author. Their affiliations are numbered after the initials in superscript. Corresponding author is represented with a superscript star.


The word limit for Abstract is 300 or fewer words. Abstract must summarize specifically the scientific content in the manuscript. Abstracts are short and accurate. Abstracts must be free from citations.


Keywords serve as main tool for Indexers as well as Readers to locate your manuscript. Keywords enhance the chances of getting more citations and high readership to your manuscript. An article should contain about of 3-7 Keywords.

E.g: Bio-safety; Bio-terrorism; Infectious Diseases.


Abbreviations must be separated by semicolon and all the abbreviations used in the manuscript must be mentioned.

Body Text

Respective Manuscript types must be written with the above-mentioned structure format. Any of the mentioned structure missing will be resent to the author for further modifications.


GET Journal of Biosecurity and One Health requires Tables to be small and presented in Table format. Pie diagrams, Charts etc are considered as “Figures”. Tables presented in figure formats are not acceptable. Table legends must be mentioned above the Table. Tables must be provided at the end of the manuscript below figures. Symbols and Abbreviations used in the tables must be presented below the Table.

*Note: Small table denotes that it should fit normally into the windows. Else it should be added as a supplementary table.

Equations and Formulas

For mathematical symbols, Greek letters and other special characters, use normal text or Symbol font. Math Type is used only for formulae that cannot be produced using normal text or Symbol font.


SI/IU Units must be represented.

Supplementary Information

Supplementary information is usually provided as an essential background to the Article such as any example, large data sets, methods, calculations, etc. If the manuscript contains any Supplementary data, the authors are asked to refer the supplementary data at an appropriate point in the main body of the manuscript. The supplementary information should not contain any figures. It may have Supplementary tables. They are published as raw dataset along with the manuscript.


GET Journal of Bio-security and One Health follows author-number system (Vancouver Style) where all the references including URLs are numbered successively within square brackets, in the same order of their appearance in the text.


  • Journal Article with less than 6 authors:

Karimi-Zarchi M, Peighmbari F, Karimi N, Rohi M, Chiti Z. A Comparison of 3 Ways of Conventional Pap Smear, Liquid-Based Cytology and Colposcopy vs Cervical Biopsy for Early Diagnosis of Premalignant Lesions or Cervical Cancer in Women with Abnormal Conventional Pap Test. Int J Biomed Sci. 2013; 9: 205-210.

  • Journal Article with more than 6 authors:

Henriques A, Arantes-Rodrigues R, Faustino-Rocha IA, Teixeira-Guedes IC, Pinho-Oliveira J, Talhada D, et al. The Effects of Whole Green Tea Infusion on Mouse Urinary Bladder Chemical Carcinogenesis. Iran J Basic Med Sci. 2014; 17: 145-148.

  • Book References:

Gardner JG, Simmons MJ, Snustad PD. Principles of Genetics. 8th edn. New York: John Wiley & Sons. 2006.

  • Book Chapter:

Honn KV, Tang DG, Chen Y. Adhesion molecules and site-specific metastasis. Neri Serneri SS, Gensini GF, Abbate R, Prisco D, editors. In: Thrombosis: An Update. Scientific Press. 1992; 269-303.

  • Link/URL:

National Cancer Institute at National Institutes of Health. []

  • Proceeding of a Conference:

Gee JC, Joshi S, Pohl KM, Wells WM, Zollei L, editors. Information Processing in Medical Imaging. Proceedings of 23rd International Conference; 2013 June 28–July 3; CA, USA. New York: Springer, 2013.

  • PhD Theses/Dissertation:

Simonneau A. Gold-Catalyzed Cycloisomerization Reactions Through Activation of Alkynes [dissertation]. Springer Theses, 2014.

  • Datasets:

Zheng LY, Guo XS, He B, Sun LJ, Peng Y, Dong SS, et al. Genome data from sweet and grain sorghum (Sorghum bicolor). GigaScience. 2011.

  • Journal Article Epub ahead of print:

Reardon DA, Wen PY. Targeted therapies: Further delineating bevacizumab’s response spectrum. Nat Rev Clin Oncol. 2014 [In press].

Clinical Images

Clinical images are the pictures that show the clinical findings of a particular case of the patient. The clinical pictures should include questions and answers that should educate or remind readers about an important clinical situation or event. The image should not just describe the picture; however, should be informative enough from a clinical teaching view.

Formatting Guidelines

The title should be less than five to eight words. The text describing a clinical question should be within 150 words. The images can be uploaded in .tiff, .jpg or .jpeg format. We recommend using high-quality images. Text should be in one double-spaced electronic document.

Patient consent form

If the image/figure of the patient is identifiable then the patient consent form is required. Incase, the eyes are masked then the form is not mandatory.