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Methods article template for submitting to MethodsX Please fill in the template below and delete all instructional text in italicsIf you have any questions, please contact the journal at mexjm@elsevier.comMethod Article – Title PageTitleMax. 20 wordsAuthorsList all authorsPlease mark corresponding author with (*)AffiliationsCorresponding Author’s email addressKeywordsAt least 3 keywords. There is no limit on the no. of keywords you can list. Please remember that effective keywords should not repeat words appearing in your titleDirect Submission or Co-Submission Co-submissions are papers that have been submitted alongside an original research paper accepted for publication by another Elsevier journal Please select If Co-Submission, please provide a reference of your research article here This can be in any of the following forms: DOI e.g. 10.1016/j.mex.1900.08.014 PII e.g. S2215-0161(00)30217-1Elsevier production reference e.g. [MEX_00001]ABSTRACTMax. 200 words Contain between 1 and 3 bullet points highlighting the customization rather than the steps of the procedure. SPECIFICATIONS TABLESubject AreaPlease Select Subject Area from dropdown list More specific subject areaDescribe narrower subject areaMethod namePlease specify a name of the method that you customisedName and reference of original methodIf applicable, include full bibliographic details of the main reference(s) describing the original method from which the new method was derived.Resource availability If applicable, include links to resources necessary to reproduce the method (e.g. data, software, hardware, reagent)*Method details [Methodological protocols should be in sufficient detail to be replicated. There is no word limit! You can include figures, tables, videos – anything that you feel will help others to reproduce the method. The main focus of the paper should be on the technical steps required for this method, more than results; where appropriate, guide the reader through the procedure and provide all extra observations or ”tricks” alongside the protocol. Results and Discussion are not sections included in the MethodsX format. However, providing data that validate the method is valuable and required. This section could become a “method validation” paragraph within the Method Details section.]Acknowledgements: [OPTIONAL. This is where you can acknowledge colleagues who have helped you that are not listed as co-authors, and funding. MethodsX is a community effort, by researchers for researchers. We highly appreciate the work not only of authors submitting, but also of the reviewers who provide valuable input to each submission. We therefore publish a standard "thank you" note in each of the articles to acknowledge the efforts made by the respective reviewers.]Declaration of interests: [MANDATORY – Delete as appropriate] ? The authors declare that they have no known competing financial interests or personal relationships that could have appeared to influence the work reported in this paper.? The authors declare the following financial interests/personal relationships which may be considered as potential competing interests:019748500Supplementary material and/or Additional information: [OPTIONAL. We also give you the option to submit both supplementary material and additional information. Supplementary material relates directly to the work that you have submitted and can include extensive excel tables, raw data etc. We would also encourage you to include failed methods or describe adjustments to your methods that did not work. Additional information can include anything else that is not directly related to your method, e.g. more general background information, useful links etc. Introduction is not a section included in the MethodsX format. This information could be moved to the end under Additional Information.*References: [Include at least one reference, to the original publication of the method you customized.]