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I try to make sure my library titles are in Sentence case, so I am not altering the case automatically. Otherwise you will need to enter every instance of protein and gene names in the change case preferences list. this isn't necessarily ideal either, as mouse genes, unlike human genes, are not always all caps, so they could be incorrectly modified.
Most of the time they are correctly downloaded from databases, but on occassion I need to edit them manually. - which I do, as I notice them.
@BabaSaraki wrote:Dear All,4) I want the bibliography to be listed in Sentence case without altering the gene and proteins names mentioned in the article title for example: Moon, C., Yoo, J.-Y., Matarazzo, V., Sung, Y.K., Kim, E.J. & Ronnett, G.V. (2002) Leaukemia inhibitory factor inhibits neuronal terminal differentiation through STAT3 activation. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 99, 9015-9020.However, my main problem is how can I configure Endnote to be generating bibliography without change the name of genes, proteins or any other scientific name that require to be written in capital letter or its first letter to be capitalise while using Sentence case style in Endnote?