Definition of a Scientific Paper.
An acceptable primary scientific publication must be the first diclosure containing sufficient information to enable
peers (1) To asess observations (2) To repeat experiments (3) To evaluate intellectual process; more over, it is susceptible
to sensory perception, essentially permanent, available to scientific community without restriction, and available for
regular screening by one or major recognised secondary services (e.g. currently Index Medica, Excerpta Medica, Biological
The Council of Biology Editors (CBE)