Publication of EGC-1 Papers and Posters
Note: This email describes publication issues for presentations
made at the First Electronic Glycoscience Conference (EGC-1)
EGC-1 papers and posters for which authors choose permanent
publication and which pass through the refereeing process can be
published in a special issue of Glycoconjugate Journal in the format of
a traditional journal paper. Posters may be used as short papers or
letters to the editors in the journal issue.
An alternative choice is also offered to authors to present
their paper or poster on the CD "The Glycosciences". This CD will be
based on activities of The Glycoscience Network including presentations
at EGC-1, EGC-2 and the Glycoscience Hyperglossary Project. The CD will
allow viewing of presentations on PC and Mac platforms using a
browser to present material in a similar fashion as done on the
World Wide Web. The CD will not be in production until 1997 and
presentations will be served on the Web in the meantime.
** Instructions for authors
If you are publishing a paper or poster through EGC-1 please
confirm with Iain Wilson at wilson at edv1.boku.ac.at on your intent
for publication of your EGC-1 presentation as a paper or poster.
Please communicate with your EGC-1 section convener the
revisions to your manuscript and confirm its final deposition and
chosen format. Please confirm this message with Barry Hardy at
barry at bellatrix.pcl.ox.ac.uk.
Final revised manuscripts are due for deposition at the EGC-1
ftp site at Oxford by March 1. Email Barry Hardy at
barry at bellatrix.pcl.ox.ac.uk if any further ftp instructions are
For papers and posters being published through Glycoconjugate
Journal authors should carry out the following ADDITIONAL steps:
1) Please deposit a file at the EGC-1 ftp site that contains only
nonformatted text of the text in your paper. For example, this could
consist of your HTML file with all links and tags removed. If you
have the text in a Word document the file can be generated by
saving it in text only mode with line breaks.
2) If you wish to publish your Figures in colour you will have to pay
Chapman & Hall, the publishers of Glycoconjugate Journal, a surcharge for
colour printing. Please notify Barry Hardy at barry at bellatrix.pcl.ox.ac.uk
and Rachel Young at Rachel.Young at chall.co.uk and supply your
regular mailing address for billing.
3) By March 1 please send two hard copies of your paper with
original Figures and photographic material to Barry Hardy, Physical
& Theoretical Chemistry Laboratory, Oxford University, Oxford, OX1
4) A copyright transfer form will be sent to you for transfer of
copyright to Chapman & Hall.