Editors in Chief
Milena Brasca (Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche-CNR, Milano)
Giovanna Contarini (Consiglio per la Ricerca in Agricoltura e l'analisi dell'Economia agraria-CREA, Lodi)
Scientific Editorial Board
Federico Baruzzi (Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche-CNR, Bari)
Luciana Bava (Università di Milano)
Giovanni Cabassi (Consiglio per la Ricerca in Agricoltura e l'analisi dell'Economia agraria, Lodi)
Cinzia Caggia (Università di Catania)
María Remedios Carrasco Sánchez (QueRed, Zafra, Spain)
Bianca Castiglioni (Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche-CNR, Lodi)
Fabio Coloretti (Università di Bologna)
Roberto Consonni (Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche-CNR, Milano)
Maria Luisa Dettori (Università di Sassari)
Paolo Formaggioni (Università di Parma)
Piero Franceschi (Università di Parma)
Elena Franciosi (Fondazione Edmund Mach, San Michele all'Adige)
Giorgio Giraffa (Consiglio per la Ricerca in Agricoltura e l'analisi dell'Economia agraria-CREA, Lodi)
Yesid González Torres (Fundación Universitaria Juan de Castellanos, Tunja, Colombia)
Nadia Innocente (Università di Udine)
Alejandra A.Latorre (Universidad de Concepción, Chillan, Chile)
Camilla Lazzi (Università di Parma)
Massimo Malacarne (Università di Parma)
Lucia Monti (Consiglio per la Ricerca in Agricoltura e l'analisi dell'Economia agraria, Milano)
Luisa Pellegrino (Università di Milano)
Giovanni Piredda (Agenzia Regionale per la Ricerca in Agricoltura, Sassari)
Luca Settanni (Università di Palermo)
Tiziana Silvetti (Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche, Milano)
Andrea Summer (Università di Parma)
Editors in Chief
Direttore Editoriale Tecnico-industriale
Comitato Editoriale Tecnico-Industriale
Paolo Cernuschi - Clerici-Sacco
Giovanna Contarini - CREA Lodi
Maria Chiara Ferrarese - CSQA
Ivana Gandolfi - Parmalat
Massimo Malacarne - Università di Parma
Chiara Marinuzzi - Studio Legale Forte
Luciano Negri - Fattorie Cremona
Erasmo Neviani - Università di Parma
Luisa Pellegrino - Università di Milano
Vittorio Emanuele Pisani - Consorzio Tutela Provolone Valpadana
Valentina Pizzamiglio - Consorzio del formaggio Parmigiano Reggiano
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Journal scope and general principles
Scienza e Tecnica Lattiero-Casearia is a bimonthly peer-reviewed publication.
As official Journal of the "Associazione Italiana Tecnici del Latte" (Italian Dairy Science Association - AITeL) it collects original research, reviews and case reports related to milk production and processing.
The dairy topics suitable for publication include: dairy chemistry, microbiology, sanitation and safety of milk and dairy products, biotechnology, biochemistry, processes and technology, nutritional and sensory properties of milk and dairy products, milk from bovine or non-bovine species, new dairy products using new technologies, animal nutrition, animal welfare, animal genetics, animal physiology and pathology, economics, livestock systems, environment and sustainability.
Each paper is submitted to the review process and its acceptance depends on the judgment formulated by two independent reviewers, as well as on the opinion of the Editors in Chief.
Manuscripts are considered for publication with the understanding that they do not contain previously published material, have not been published previously and are not currently under review at another journal. All manuscripts must also be accompanied by an adequately compiled and signed Journal Publishing Agreement.
If the manuscript is accepted for publication in Scienza e Tecnica Lattiero-Casearia, the authors guarantee that it will not be published elsewhere in any other language without permission from the copyright holder.
The authors of manuscripts that include illustrations, tables and/or sections of text that have been published previously elsewhere must request permission to reproduce the material from the copyright holder. This permission must be presented in written form during submission of the manuscript. In the absence of such permission, all material received will be regarded as the authors' own work.
If experiments have been conducted on animals, the study must have been conducted in accordance with the International Guiding Principles for Biomedical Research Involving Animals guidelines recommended by the World Health Organization (WHO) for the use of laboratory animals, and such adherence must be explicitly stated in the manuscript.
The decision to publish a manuscript is based on a peer-review process, and acceptance of an article will be based on criteria of originality, relevance, and scientific content of the contribution. The authors may be requested to modify the text based on the comments of reviewers. Statements made in the manuscripts are the responsibility of the author and not of the editor or AITeL. The opinions expressed in the articles are those of the authors and may not reflect the position of the editors/AITeL.
Each author must complete and sign a Conflicts of interest disclosure form, which specifies all economic, personal and professional relationships that could become a conflict of interests, that could be perceived as a possible conflict of interests, or that could influence the work of the author described in the manuscript. The form must be sent with the manuscript and, if the article is accepted for publication, all of the declarations will appear after the Acknowledgements section of the article. The editorial office reserves the right to reject any manuscript that does not conform to the above-described instructions. The authors will be held responsible for any false declarations or noncompliance with the instructions specified above.
We request that all manuscripts should be submitted online at: http://stlcj.edmgr.com
For the purpose of publication, the Authors must sign a cover letter in which the following information is reported in a declaration signed by the corresponding Author:
Manuscript must contain, in order:
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2) The second page of the manuscript must contain:
Authors whose mother tongue is not English are urged to have their manuscripts checked for linguistic correctness before submission. Slang, technical jargon, obscure abbreviations and abbreviated phrasing should be avoided.
3) On the pages that follow, develop the manuscript as follows:
Introduction: give a brief description of the scope and objectives of the proposed research.
Materials and methods provide a detailed description of the materials and methodologies used, clarify all ethical aspects (see the General Principles and Ethical Aspects section).
Results: present the results of the research clearly and exhaustively.
Discussion: analyse the results obtained and their clinical implications.
Conclusions: present the significance of the results and the final observations of the Authors.
Conflict of Interest: in this section indicate the existence or absence of economic or other types of conflicts of interest regarding the article presented.
References should be in the order:
• the order number corresponding with that of appearance in the text;
• the author's name(s), followed by initial or first name;
• the title of the work, in the original language;
• for journals: usual title abbreviations according to international nomenclature and in the order: year, volume number, issue number (in parenthesis), first and last page numbers of the work.
Morandi S, Silvetti T, Brasca M. Yeast biodiversity in natural whey cultures for italian cheese production. Sci Tecn Latt-Cas. 2019; 69:20-25.
• for books:
Author A, Author B. Chapter XXX. In: Book Title, vol. I, (publisher), 101-140.
NOTE: Do not write the references using uppercase, small caps or italics.
All tables must be presented in the text file at the end of the manuscript. Tables must be identified and referred in the manuscript with roman numerals and accompanied by a brief caption.
Tables will not be accepted in PowerPoint, PDF or JPG formats, which require retyping of the text for uniformity of style with journal graphics.
The figures (i.e., photographs, graphs, and diagrams, including flow charts) themselves should be submitted separately from the manuscript file (one file for each figure). Each figure should be numbered with an arabic numeral (according to its citation in the text). For composite figures, each component should be labeled with lowercase letters (e.g., Fig. 1a).
Photographs, graphs, diagrams, and flow charts must be supplied in one of the following formats: JPG (high resolution: min 300 dpi), TIFF (high resolution: min 400 dpi), or EPS (high resolution: min 600 dpi).
Scanned images must be acquired with high resolution and saved in a high-resolution format.
Illustrative material included in the article should ideally be unprotected by copyright. For tables or figures that have already been published (by the authors or others), permission to reproduce must be obtained from the copyright holder (in generally, the journal in which the material was originally published) and attached to the submission. Failure to obtain this permission prior to submission can delay publication of an accepted manuscript.
Authors should make sure that photographs of patients contain no identifying features. The patient must be asked to provide written informed consent to the publication of the photograph.
In addition, the Publisher reserves the right to not publish images not conforming to these requirements, which could affect the graphical quality of the journal.
NOTE: Figures must be presented separately, not inserted in the manuscript text and must not contain trade names or bibliographic references.
Legends: Captions for figures are to be provided in the text file at the end of the manuscript.
Acronyms, abbreviations, units of measurements
Scienza e Tecnica Lattiero-Casearia recognizes the adoption of the International Systems of Units (SI-Units). Acronyms, abbreviations, and units of measurements without a legend and/or incomprehensible are not permitted. When necessary, a list of abbreviations may be inserted after the abstract.
Acceptance of submissions
Submitted contributions are accepted for publication on the basis of scientific interest and relevance for Scienza e Tecnica Lattiero-Casearia, at the final discretion of the Editors in Chief, who will have blinded written evaluations from at least two anonymous reviewers.
Conflict of interests
The Authors must declare the existence or absence of economic or other types of conflicts of interests after the "Conclusions" section of the manuscript.
"Acknowledgement" of Institutions or persons, if present, must be inserted after the "Conclusions" section.
The Authors must indicate after the "Conclusions" or Acknowledgements" sections if the study received funding or did not receive funding.
Proofreading is the responsibility of the Authors regarding content and of the Editors regarding the technical part. The proofs for correction will be sent to the corresponding Author indicated in the manuscript. These must be corrected and returned to the editorial office by the date indicted in the accompanying letter and within 5 working days of their receipt.
After this deadline, ex officio correction and/or postponing of publication will occur, depending on the editorial priority of the Editor in Chief.
Responses received after the indicated date and requests for sending to another or more than one Author, different from the one indicated in the manuscript, will not be accepted.
NOTE: Proofreading corrections must avoid modifying the graphics already defined or modifying the content so to require a new peer-review process.
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