The scientific manuscript is a clear written document (Paper Writing) that illustrates a question and then gives a logical answer to this question based on theoretical or experimental or simulation results. A manuscript conveys the technical information to the reader, thus the presentation and discussion should be straightforward.
The origins and development of the scientific and technical press can be traced back to 1665 when the first “modern” scientific papers appeared and were characterized by non standardised form and style. Subsequently, nearly 300 years ago, in an attempt to ensure that articles met the journal’s standards of quality and scientific validity, the peer-reviewed process for scientific manuscripts was born in England and France. Since then, there has been an enormous proliferation of scientific journals and manuscripts so that, at present, the numbers of biomedical papers published annually by over 20,000 journals, at a rate of 5,500 new papers per day, far exceeds 2,000,000.
Published scientific papers and professional meetings are really essential to disseminate relevant information and research findings. However, most of the abstracts of presentations given at scientific meetings are usually available only in conference proceedings. Though they have the potential to be subsequently published as articles in peer-reviewed journals.
Possible reasons for failed publication include lack of time, research still underway, problems with co-authors and negative results. Undoubtedly, lack of the necessary skills and experience in the process of writing and publishing is another possible contributing factor. Also in the field of Transfusion Medicine although the specialists in this discipline are currently adopting the principles and research methodologies. High-level research is actually being carried out at the same rate as in all medical specialties.
There are three broad groups of manuscripts: original scientific articles, reviews and case reports.
We do write research papers and give guidance for publishing papers in good International Journals.