求助投过Biosensors and Bioelectronics的大牛门，谢谢大家了
Biosensors and Bioelectronics 编辑报告看不太懂，请求帮忙，谢谢。认真回答的大虾送5个币。
我投稿于Biosensors and Bioelectronics 上。编辑给的意见是修改后重投，有一个审稿人的意见需要一些修改。但是，在信件末尾有Editors' report：An "X" has been placed before the paragraph that you need to take into consideration. 这个到底是什么意思？好像是说有“X”的需要修改，但信件里没有出现“X”。那到底怎么办？
Your paper has been reviewed and we have carefully considered all our referees' comments concerning your manuscript and reviewed your manuscript. We have unfortunately decided not to publish your paper in
Biosensors and Bioelectronics on this occasion.
However, we would be happy to review your re-submission, as a new submission via the website, if you would like to revise your paper according to our reviewers' comments. In order for us to deal with this rapidly could you please provide a detailed letter containing the manuscript number and your responses specifically and clearly to EACH point raised in the referees' reports.
For each point, please
(a) list the Referees questions;
(b) indicate whether you agree or disagree with the referee and why;
(c) describe what specific changes have been made in response to the points in the revised manuscript and in which pages. Please also highlight the changes to the
manuscript in RED.
We trust that you will not be discouraged from submitting further papers to us in the future. We would like to take this opportunity to thank you for choosing Biosensors and Bioelectronics as your publishing medium.
We have done our utmost to process your manuscript swiftly and fairly. You are welcome to write to us if you believe that we have made a factual error, but in matters of discretion the Editors' decision is final.
Biosensors and Bioelectronics is the principal international journal in its field and is seeking to maintain and continually improve its reputation for publishing top quality papers.
We wish you every success with your future endeavours and hope that we will receive further submissions from you in the future.
The reviewers' comments are appended below.
You need to take into consideration the following issues marked with "X" in the Editor's report when revising your manuscript:
1. Review Articles should present a thorough and comprehensive overview of the chosen subject and be extensively referenced and comprise around 8000 words. Authors are expected to go beyond a simple compilation of references and analyse trends, shortcomings and accomplishments in their chosen field, charting possible future directions of the research. Illustrations and summary tables are encouraged. Flexibility of presentation is permitted, but authors are urged to arrange the subject matter clearly under the general headings of Abstract, Keywords, Introduction, Main text (The heading and the sub-headings of the main text are left to author's discretion), Summary and Conclusions, Future Perspectives, Acknowledgements, References.
2. Full papers should be complete descriptions of full investigations comprising around 5000 words with up to 6 single figures/tables/schemes in total, but your manuscript is too long or comprises too many figures/tables/schemes. You could use the supplemental information feature for extra figures/tables/. Supplementary files supplied will be published online alongside the electronic version of your article in Elsevier Science web products, but will not appear in the printed issue. You can find the details at http://ees.elsevier.com/bios/
3. We would consider your revised manuscript for publication as a Short Communication. It should be complete descriptions of original limited investigations comprising around 3000 words with up to three single figures/tables/schemes. Alternatively, you could use the supplemental information feature for extra figures/tables/schemes. Supplementary files supplied will be published online alongside the electronic version of your article in Elsevier Science web products, but will not appear in the printed issue. You can find the details at http://ees.elsevier.com/bios/
4. Most referees still prefer to read hard copy when they review your manuscript. In order to aid referees in printing you are strongly recommended to make your manuscript text compact and to check that it will print out in a convenient format.
5. Please rewrite the Abstract. In general, the abstract is a condensation of the information (facts) in the paper (150-250 words) and should present briefly and clearly the methods of the research and the principal results.
6. A maximum of six keywords should be given below the Abstract to describe the contents of the paper.
7. The Results and Discussion section needs to be expanded. The Results and Discussion should deals with the interpretation of the results in the light of previously published findings and must be clearly presented.
8. Please add the Conclusions section. It must be fully supported by the results reported and should include the major conclusions, the limitations of the work and the future work.
9. Please rewrite the Conclusions.
9.1 The Conclusions section is too long. It should be kept short and must be fully supported by the results reported.
9.2 The Conclusions section is not sound. It should include the major conclusions, the limitations of the work and the future work.
10. Please do not place a list of abbreviations in the text. Do not use an abbreviation without explaining it beforehand. The first time the word/phrase is introduced, put the abbreviation in brackets after the word/phrase.
11. In order to demonstrate the repeatability/reproducibility of the method authors are asked to include Error Bars in figures, and relative standard deviations (RSD) or coefficient of variation (CV) in the figures captions or in the text.
12. In order to demonstrate the repeatability/reproducibility of the method authors are asked to include relative standard deviations (RSD) or coefficient of variation (CV) in Tables.
13. We strongly suggest you to find a native English speaker to check your manuscript.
14. Please number the headings and sub-headings of the manuscript.
15. The format of the paper is incorrect. Please correct it according to the instructions of the Guide for Authors of Biosensors and Bioelectronics at http://ees.elsevier.com/bios/.
16. The format of references is incorrect. Please correct it according to the instructions of the Guide for Authors of Biosensors and Bioelectronics at http://ees.elsevier.com/bios/. Please note it is not necessary to add the title of the publications in the list of references.
17. Please delete the title of the publications in the list of references.
18. In order for the publisher to edit your paper the article must be saved in the native format of the word processor used, e.g., Word Perfect, Microsoft Word, etc.
19. All the figures/tables/schemes with captions should be inserted in the text where the authors want.