microbiology paper apa format on malaria
not specified 5 page minimum
will i be able to list the specifications for the paper
I want it to be at least 7 because 5 is the minimum
Research Paper – Microbiology
· Title page, your name, date
· Main text: 5 pages minimum
· Last page: References
12 inch font
Use either Times New Roman or Arial font
At least 5 references, three (3) of which must be from primary sources.
Organization and structure:
All papers must have an abstract at the beginning, on own page!
Begin with a definition of the disorder and a brief commentary about its characteristics. Next, describe the history of the recognition of the disorder to the present day, starting with the earliest references, and note briefly the evolution in our understanding of the disorder. The focus should be on (1) the causative agent and (2) the clinical and physiological aspects of the disorder. Include data or discussion on frequency, racial, ethnic and geographic variation, possible explanations for population frequency and public health implications.
Specific sections might thus be labeled: introduction, history, genetics, clinical manifestations, diagnosis, management and treatment (if any), pathogenesis, special clinical issues. Add and/or replace with other sections as appropriate. The sections and order should be whatever works best for your topic, after the introduction and history.
Do not include tables, charts, lists, pictures or graphics – use those in your Presentation.
All papers should end with a summary/conclusion.
For each fact or consecutive series of facts in one paragraph in the main text, cite a reference (does not apply to abstract or summary/conclusion). This means each paragraph at least must end with a reference! The only exception would occur if you are presenting your own opinion or synthesis of the data.
Citations in text should be in APA format:
Cite references in main text in parentheses. Use last name of author followed by date of publication i.e. (Fenton 1996).
Example: In the atypical 2-Cys peroxiredoxins, the mechanism of the reaction is the same as the typical 2-Cys peroxiredoxins, but the peroxidatic cysteine and the resolving cysteine are on the same subunit, and the resulting condensation reaction results in a intramolecular disulfide bond (Silva 2018). The 1-Cys peroxiredoxins contain only a peroxidatic cysteine and does not contain a resolving cysteine (Dye 1999). The mechanism for this specific peroxiredoxin reaction has yet to be determined but it is proposed that the cysteine sulfenic acid is reduced by a thiol electron donor. The donor thiol would form a disulfide bond with the enzyme which would then be reduced by a second thiol donor to recycle the enzyme (Chin 2013).
References should be listed in alphabetical order by primary author’s last name. After the author(s) name list the date followed by the title of the article, then the journal name followed by volume number. Last you put the page numbers.
Baker, L., and L. Poole. 2003. Catalytic mechanism of thiol peroxidase from Escherichia coli. J. Biol. Chem. 278:9203-9211.
Chin, S. L., M. D. Gidley, and D. J. Kelly. 2013. Role of the thioredoxin system and the thiol-peroxidases Tpx and Bcp in mediating resistance to oxidative and nitrosative stress in Helicobacter pylori. Microbiology 149:121-129.
Dosanjh, N. S., M. Rawat, J. Chung, and Y. Av-Gay. 2005. Thiol specific oxidative stress response in Mycobacteria. FEMS Microbiol. Lett. 249:87-94.
Dye, C., S. Scheele, P. Dolin, V. Pathania, and M. C. Raviglione. 1999. Global burden of tuberculosis estimated incidence, pervalence and mortality by country. WHO global surveillance and monitoring project. J. AM. Med. Assoc. 282:677-686.
Fenton, M., and M. Vermeulen. 1996. Immunopathology of tuberculosis: Roles ofmacrophages and monocytes. Infect. Immun. 64:683-690.
Silva, V., H. Kim, and I. Kim. 2018. Mutation and mutagenesis of thiol peroxidase of Escherichia coli and a new type of thiol peroxidase family. J. Bacteriol 178:5610-5614.