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Microgenomics 2020 - Tissue, cell and circulating biomarkers: the challenge of single cell and small sample analysis. Mots clés : extracellular vesicles (EVs), exo...

International Symposium on Microgenomics 2020

Tissue, cell and circulating biomarkers: the challenge of single cell and small sample analysis

10-11 September, 2020 Florence, Italy

New to the 2020 Symposium : For PhD students and post-docs, a prize will be given for the best poster presentation!

If you wish to compete, do not forget to indicate this when registering!

Instructions for abstract presentation

To submit an abstract or poster, you must create an account on this page.

You will be notified by April 30th on acceptance or refusal of your submission.

We recommend that all authors having submitted an abstract register while the early-bird fee is still applicable.

The full text of the short oral and poster communications will be published as one, single-spaced page papers in the conference proceedings and should be limited to 345 words of text including the title, author names, section headings and references. The author for the correspondence should be indicated by a 1, and the author’s address should figure as a footnote at the bottom of the page. The paper should be separated into sections as indicated in the style sheet: Introduction, Material and Methods, Results and Discussion, Conclusions, References.

Use A4 paper format, 2 cm for top, bottom, left and right margins with 0.5 cm for left-hand binding.

The full text of the short oral communications should state the problem, the materials and methods, results and discussion, and conclusions. One table or figure is allowed to clearly illustrate the results. Well defined abbreviations are acceptable.

Typesetting: We have provided a Microsft® Word style sheet to be used for abstract submission. Please use this template without changing the format. You may download the style sheet by clicking here.

Text: Text is to be single-spaced (1.15), left and right justified. Use a 10-point Minion pro police. Separate paragraphs by a blank line. Do not indent the beginning of the paragraphs. Use italics for species names (e.g.Bos taurus), and for latin expressions like et al. , ad lib , vs. ; or in vivo.

Only one table or figure is allowed and it must be as simple as possible. Please use the “Table tools” of Microsft® Word to create your tables. The table legend should figure above the table. Figures must be inserted as images, width 10 cm (3.9") by 7 cm high (2.8") if absolutely needed for clarity. The figure legend should be located below the figure. Colour is authorised for both tables and figures. Be sure symbols and legends are easy to read when printed.

Citations :Please follow the Animal revue style available on the Animal web site

  https://www.cambridge.org/core/journals/animal/information/instructions-contributors

you can download the Animal citation style file for use with your preferred software (Endnote®, ReferenceManager®, ProCite®…).

Symbols and units: Use the International System Units and symbols. Unusual characters or symbols should be explained in a list of nomenclature.

Copyright: If your abstract contains a copyrighted illustration or imagery, please include a statement of copyright such as: SPOT Image Copyright 19xx (fill in year), CNES. It is the author's responsibility to obtain any necessary copyright permission. The copyright of your abstract remains with you.

Please download the Word Style Sheet here before submitting your paper.

Submission of abstracts until Tuesday 31 March 2020