PNAS style guides

PNAS (Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America) style guides

Choose the source you are citing from using the list below.


Here are some examples of the PNAS style:

Book: 1. Broich J (2013) London (University of Pittsburgh Press, Pittsburgh, Pa.).
Journal: 1. Session.wikispaces.com (2015) Wikispaces. Available at: https://session.wikispaces.com/1/auth/auth?authToken=00f26cf0b46bb176c181814f007faeb6 [Accessed April 28, 2015].
Website: 1. Ahmed - (2013) Toyota Leadership Changes Signal New Direction, Analysts Say. Blogbpircom. Available at: http://blog.bpir.com/latest-news/toyota-leadership-changes-signal-new-direction-analysts-say/ [Accessed April 26, 2015].
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