Abstracts Guidelines

All presenting abstract authors must be registered for the conference prior to submitting an abstract.

Please note:
- All abstracts must be submitted electronically. We do not accept submissions via mail or fax.
- Each registered attendee can be the “Presenting Author” on only one poster abstract
- Abstracts are limited to 300 words within the “abstract text” section of the submission form.
- The abstract must include: introduction and objectives, materials and methods, results and conclusions.

- At the end of the abstract insert: Acknowledgements and Key Words (only three words).
- The presenting registered author are responsible for all data in the abstract.
- Abstracts must be submitted in DOC format (MS-Word: Text Editor from Microsoft Office)
- Do not protect the editing of abstrac with password.

- Click here to download the abstracts template

How to Prepare your Abstract

The title of the abstract must be all in CAPITAL letters and must not exceed 3 lines. Example:

POTENTIAL ROLE FOR GUT MICROBIOTA IN DIGESTION AND GLUCOSIDE DETOXIFICATION IN TENEBRIO MOLITOR LARVAE

The name of the authors must be placed bellow the title with the name of the PRESENTING AUTHOR UNDERLINED followed by the identification of the Department, Institution, State and Country where the work was conducted.

The name underlined in the abstract is considered, by SBBq, the PRESENTING AUTHOR, as well as the person in charge of sending and filling in the full on line registration form. Example:

Genta, F.A.1; Dillon, R.J.2; Terra, W.R.1; Ferreira, C.1

The Institution must come right after the authors. Use the superscript number to identify the institutions of the each author:
Example:

1Departamento de Bioquímica, Instituto de Química, Universidade de São Paulo,  São Paulo, Brazil; 2Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine, Pembroke Place, Liverpool, UK.

The abstract must have 300 words, NOT including title, authors and institutions.
The abstract must be written in ENGLISH.

Text format:

Title Format
CAPITAL LETTERS, centered and at most three lines
Authors and Institution Alignment
Centered
Text Alignment
Justified
Font
Arial  size 12
Page Format
A 4 (210 x 297 mm) Portrait mode
Borders
Upper and Lower = 2.5 cm Left = 3.00 cm Right = 2.5 cm
Paragraph
Single
Line Spacing
Single