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7. What is the copyright policy of Genome Biology?
All original research articles, including methodology and software articles, published in Genome Biology are open access, which means that the articles are universally and freely available immediately upon publication. For these articles, the authors retain copyright and grant any third party the right to use, reproduce and disseminate the article, subject to the terms of our copyright and license agreement.
In addition to research, method and software articles Genome Biology also publishes value-added content such as specially commissioned reviews and commentaries that are only available to subscribers for an initial 12-months period after which they become open access. For further details, please refer to our copyright licensing agreement for these article types.
- What is Genome Biology?
- Why submit to Genome Biology?
- What is Open Access?
- If my article is published, how will it be cited?
- If my article is published, which bibliographic databases will it be indexed in?
- How can I order reprints?
- What is the copyright policy of Genome Biology?
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- How much of the content on the website is available for free?
- What is the peer-review process for Genome Biology ?
- How quickly will my research article be published in Genome Biology?