Mechanobiology June 26th - June 2nd 2016

Mechanobiology: June 26th  - June 2nd 2016

Open Access (rights and permissions)

At Journal of Cell Science, we realise that different authors may have different needs when it comes to article access policies.

If your funder or institute mandate any aspect of open access, we recommend that you select the journal’s Gold Open Access option. Your article will be published under a CC-BY licence and research papers will be deposited into PMC for immediate release. Journal of Cell Science charges an article processing fee of £2,500 (plus VAT if applicable) for this Gold Open Access option

If you do not have any specific Open Access needs, you can submit your article under the Green Open Access model. For the first six months your article will only be accessible by subscribers of the journal. After six months, the article will be made freely available for everyone. Publishing under the Green Open Access model in Journal of Cell Science is completely free.

If you do not want your article to be Gold Open Access, but must comply with PMC deposition mandates, it is essential that you fully and correctly indicate all funder/institute PMC mandates for all authors as part of the submission process. Your research paper will then be deposited in PMC for release after 6 or 12 months as mandated. This is a free service offered to authors of research papers who require deposition. If you fail to select the correct options during submission and PMC deposition is requested at a later stage, we reserve the right to charge $50 for the PMC deposition service.

We are also a member of CHORUS and will ensure that your article complies with US public access mandates.

These options should allow you to comply with any funder/institute mandates.

Authors should be aware that some article types are already free to read on our site: Editorial, Publisher’s Note, Correction, Retraction, Obituary, In This Issue and occasional other selected articles.

Further details on our Gold Open Access and Green Open Access options are listed in the table below.

 

Gold Open Access

Green Open Access

Author information

Fees

Article Processing Charge (APC): £2,500 (plus VAT if applicable)

FREE to the author

License

CC-BY license

Company of Biologists Publication Agreement

Copyright owner

The author

The author

Preprint servers

This journal does not currently allow posting in preprint servers.

This journal does not currently allow posting in preprint servers.

Content freely available on journal website

Immediately upon publication

FREE to read 6 months after publication; Company of Biologists retains exclusive license.

Use in other articles created by the author

Allowed by CC-BY license

Data, figures and tables created by the author can be reused in other articles by that author.

FREE deposition in PMC

FREE author service. Immediately upon publication. Final published PDF.

FREE author service for research papers where mandated by funder or institution.

Self archiving

Posting on author's website

Immediately upon publication. Any version, including final published PDF. Must attribute source e.g. by citing doi and linking to the published article on the journal website.

Immediately upon publication. Any version, including final published PDF. Must link to published article on journal website.

Inclusion in thesis

Immediately upon publication. Any version, including final published PDF. Must attribute source e.g. by citing doi and linking to the published article on the journal website.

Immediately upon publication. Any version, including final published PDF. Must link to published article on journal website.

Institutional repository, thesis repository or PMC Europe

Immediately upon publication. Any version, including final published PDF. Must attribute source e.g. by citing doi and linking to the published article on the journal website.

If mandated by funder or institute. 12 months after publication unless otherwise mandated. Any version, including final published PDF. Must link to published article on journal website.

Use by parties other than the authors

Teaching purposes

Allowed by CC-BY license

Use for bona fide teaching is allowed on the condition that it is non-commercial.

Commercial use

Allowed by CC-BY license

Permission requests via CCC

Third party article collections

Allowed by CC-BY license

Permission requests via CCC

Responsible text and data mining

Allowed by CC-BY license

Responsible TDM allowed on the condition that it is non-commercial.

We are partners in a number of international schemes (such as Hinari) to provide access immediately and free of charge to the world’s poorest countries.

Data mining

Article full text, metadata and citations may be crawled without special permission or registration, on the condition that it is non-commercial. We are happy to consider commercial TDM requests – please email requests to tdm@biologists.com. We ask that where you reuse content you attribute the original source e.g. by citing doi and linking to the published article on the journal website, and that you respect the copyright of the original articles.

Please bear in mind that our technology provider sets a limit on downloads from our sites (TDM requests no more than 10 pages per minute), beyond which an automatic lock-out is triggered. If you have any other technical queries, please email tdm@biologists.com.

In addition, The Company of Biologists participates in HighWire Current, which is a secure FTP site containing metadata (citations, headers, DOIs and abstracts) for all new journal content. There is no charge to retrieve content from this repository; to apply for a username and password, email highwirecurrent@highwire.org.

Permission to use material from other publications in the company journals

It is the responsibility of the author to obtain permission to use material (e.g. figures) from another publication in any article submitted to our journals and to ensure that any such use is credited to the source. Written permission from the author and/or publisher of the original material, as appropriate, should be provided at the time of submission, otherwise publication may be delayed. If you have modified a figure from a previously published figure, please check with the copyright owners to see whether permission is required and include a complete citation/reference for the original article.

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