The record for number of co-authors on a published scientific article is held by a physics paper with 5,154 authors! Although nowhere near as extreme, articles in the biomedical field often have long lists of authors as well, and the number of papers with over 50 authors is on the rise.
What is wrong with this sentence? ‘The lymphocytes of treated patients were larger than untreated patients.’ Actually, there’s nothing wrong with it, … that is if you’re describing the situation in this picture.
The online version of the American Medical Association Manual of Style provides all information authors need to produce well-written and clear manuscripts that follow the style conventions of medical and scientific publishing.