Instructions and examples of how to format references in the Journal of Clinical Microbiology style.
The Journal of Clinical Microbiology (JCM) does not consider websites, even legitimate ones like CDC or FDA, as peer-reviewed.
Instead, JCM guidelines recommend that they be cited in the text, rather than the list of references at the end of the paper. Their Guidelines specify:
.........blah, blah, blah is available in the GenBank database (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/genbank/index.html).
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( journal article)
Hysterical UR, Funny IM. 2013. Bugs, bacteria, and humor: is laughter really the best medicine? J. Health Comm. 66:1111-1122.
Will I, Won't I. 2014. The dilemma of choice in nursing. Am. J. Nurs. 13:99-102.
Diabetes mellitus is associated with a high risk of foot ulcers (1, 3).
Several interventions have been successful at increasing compliance (11, 14-16).
The data of Smith (4) is further evidence of this effect.
As reported previously (2, 5, 8),
The results were as follows (7):
Helpful links from the Writing Center at Colorado State University. Includes tips for writing in a scientific format, and how to write reviews, abstracts, and prepare for poster sessions.