Guide for Authors

The following types of articles will be published:, Research Articles, Short Communications, Reviews  

Submission of Manuscripts

  • Manuscripts published or currently under review elsewhere are ineligible for submission
  • Manuscripts should be submitted in English using our online manuscript submission.
  • MS Word (formats of .doc and .docx) files are preferred.
  • The authors should recommend in cover letter at least 3 potential referees.
  • After submission, each manuscript will be assigned an editorial number that authors should use in all correspondence with journal staff.

Cover Letter

Include a cover letter including a brief description of the submitted manuscript and complete contact information for the corresponding author (postal/mail address, e-mail address, and telephone and fax numbers).

Article Structure

  • Title: The title of the paper should be centered at the top of the page and typed in bold 16 pt. Times New Roman font and must be limited to 100 characters (excluding spaces).
  • Authors: The name of the authors should be written under the title in bold 12 pt. Times New Roman font and their affiliations should be written under the title in 12 pt. Times New Roman font. The corresponding author’s e-mail should be provided in the footnote of the first page.
  • Abstract: An abstract stating the features and drawing attention to the novel aspects in 150 -250 words.
  • Keywords: Up to 3-6 keywords, indicating the topic of importance in the work.
  • Introduction: The current state of the research field should be reviewed carefully and key publications should be cited. The authors should describe aim of investigation, too.
  • Experimental: This section may be divided by subheadings. The authors should describe used methods and material in detail.
  • Results and Discussion: This section may be divided by subheadings. The authors should provide a concise and precise description of the experimental results as well as their interpretation. Authors should discuss the results and compare with previous studies.
  • Conclusions
  • Acknowledgements
  • References: References must be numbered in order of appearance in the text and the full references should be listed in the same order at the end of the article in the following form:

1. A. B. Author, B. C. Author and C. D. Author, Abbeviated Journal Title, volume, year, first page.

2. D. D. Author, Book Title, Publisher, (year) Publisher Location, Country.

  • Figures and Tables: Tables and figures should be included in main text of the manuscript.


  • Mnuscript length: Manuscripts submitted should not exceed the limit of 6000 words.

Peer Review

All submitted manuscript will be preliminary checked by technical editor to determine whether it is properly prepared. Manuscript that are not prepared in accordance with author instructions will be returned to the authors for revision and resubmission. Afterwards, the technical editor will be check every manuscript by iThenticate similarity detection service. iThenticate reports and manuscripts will be sent to editor-in-chief or editors to preliminary consideration. All manuscripts that have passed the initial inspection will be assigned to independent reviewers to peer review. The reviewers that were suggested by the authors can also be considered, but they should not have published with any of the authors. Editor-in-chief or editors give comments about the manuscripts, too. Based on the comments and referee’s reports will be make decision to accept, revise (minor and major revision) and reject. The revised papers will be consider by editor-in-chief or editors. Final decision about accepting or rejecting will be verified by editor-in chief.


It is the responsibility of authors to obtain permission for reproduction of copyrighted material including figures, tables, illustrations or quotations previously published elsewhere.




All manuscripts submitted to ANC are subjected to strict screening using plagiarism prevention software. Plagiarism is considered an academic dishonesty, copyright infringement and a serious violation of publication ethics. Other similar ethical offenses include duplicate publication, data fabrication and improper credit of other authors’ contributions.


Proofs should be carefully checked by corresponding Author and returned on time to Editors.  

Article Processing Charge

Publications are free of charge.


Authors transfer copyright to the publisher as part of a journal publishing agreement, but have the right to: