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Citation Guides: CSE/CBE

CSE Manual

How to Cite CSE/CBE

CSE style (formerly called CBE style) From the Council of Science Editors. Often preferred in the fields of natural sciences; including biology, geology, chemistry, mathematics, and physics.

How to cite an e-book in CSE

The Form:
Author(s). Date of publication. Title [Internet]. Edition.
Place of publication: publisher; [Date e-book viewed].
Available from: URL

An Example:
Tollefsen C. 2008. Biomedical research and beyond:
expanding the ethics of inquiry [Internet]. New York (NY):
Routledge; [cited 2008 Nov 4]. Available from: www. by subscription

Sample Paper: CSE Style

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