Style Request [Biomarkers] (Taylor and Frncs) Referencing style

edited July 26, 2021
Hi respected admin
Journal "Biomarkers" referencing style if I can get there.

1) Link to online styles from the journal: templates given:


b) google drive:
2) ISSN: 1354-750X

Intext Citations:
(Campbell et al. 2013)
(Mares et al. 2009)
(Switala et al. 2012)


Campbell, J. L., & Pedersen, O. K., 2007. The varieties of capitalism and hybrid success. Comparative Political Studies, 40(3), 307–332.

Mares., et al., 2009. Firms and the welfare state: When, why, and how does social policy matter to employers? In P. A. Hall & D. Soskice (Eds.), Varieties of capitalism. The institutional foundations of comparative advantage, New York: Oxford University Press, (pp. 184–213).

Switala, J.R., Hendricks, M., and Davidson, A., 2012. Serum ferritin is a
cost-effective laboratory marker for hemophagocytic lymphohistiocytosis in the developing world. Journal of pediatric hematology/oncology, 34 (3), e89–e92.

4) Link to a freely available paper format:

Thanks in Anticipation
  • Hi,

    We have a set of standard T&F styles on the repository. Please check those against the guidelines and let us know if one fits.

    If not, please add the missing information (all of it and the exact examples given, not random ones) to this thread:

  • edited July 26, 2021
    Dear sir
    I did not find any referencing style for journal Biomarker in zotero style repository. It will be very helpful if zotero add a customized style of Journal Biomarkers in their data base.

    Link of Article from Journal

    Thanks in Anticipation
  • edited July 26, 2021
    This Journal is from Taylor and francis but in zotero under taylor and francis, I think the exact format is missing

    Agmon-Levin, N., et al., 2013. Ferritin in the antiphospholipid syndrome
    and its catastrophic variant (cAPS). Lupus, 22 (13), 1327–1335.

    Ghosh, S., Hevi, S., and Chuck, S.L., 2004. Regulated secretion of glycosylated human ferritin from hepatocytes. Blood, 103 (6), 2369–2376.
  • Hello,

    Please read the guidelines I had sent again. We need the EXACT examples given.
    Please edit your posts by hovering over the post and clicking on the options wheel that appears on the top right corner of each post.
  • Respected sir

    I have edited my first comment. For Book reference I tried but did not found reference in their bibliography
  • I please ask you to review the guidelines.
    It clearly states what we need. A link to the guidelines, the ISSNs, a link to a freely available paper and the EXACT examples given. Your post needs to include the names Campbell and Mares. If not, then you didn't do it right. ;)
  • Sir I could have done it by myself. But the guidelines are totally missing in their instruction for authors section. That's why I made a request. The link provided by this journal does not open for referencing style.
    And I can not find their ISSN.

    But its ok. No issue I will manage somehow.
  • edited July 26, 2021
    I am sure you don't understand how this works.
    We'll need the given examples in the correct format as this enables us to find a closely matching style to start developing the style with. This is the minimum we ask from requestors and all-in-all should not take more than 3min of your time and is very much in relation to the 1 or 2h a volunteer then spends in developing a style for you and the community.

    See how another user requested a style according with our guide:
  • Thank you for your immense cooperation. I was struggling. Your previous comment helped a lot. Please check if the request is complete?

    Thanks in anticipation
  • Perfect. That's all we needed.
  • edited July 27, 2021
    Respected sir

    Reminder for reference style. And sorry for the inconvenience
  • Please understand that we're a small team of volunteers, it's summer season with people on holidays and that there is a backlog of requests. Pushing your post within less than 24h will do more harm than good to your request.
  • edited August 1, 2021
    Respected Admin I want to ask about reference style.

    I am disparately waiting for the reference style. My paper submission is fully dependent on this. I just want to hear from you. If it is not available, I will do things manually or redo all the process in another citation manager.
  • I'll see if I can have a look at it over the next days.
    I'm not an admin. As I said, just a volunteer doing this in my free time.
  • edited August 3, 2021
    1. The T&F Harvard-X style we have is a very close match, so you could've used that, pointed it out and you would've had the style faster.
    2. T&F allows for submitting in a any format, as long as it's consistent.
    3. There is actually no working guidelines available that outline the referencing format.
    4. I've created a draft style based on a sample paper, just for journal articles.
  • Thank you very very much. Stay blessed
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