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What is the embargo policy of the Biophysical Journal? The Journal has a 12 month embargo policy, meaning only Journal subscribers can gain access to the published article for the first 12 months. Authors do have the choice to pay an "Open Access" fee of $2,500 in order to make the article freely available on the Biophysical Journal website upon publication.
Does the Biophysical Journal meet the requirements of Wellcome Trust and Research Councils (UK)? Authors funded by the Wellcome Trust or by the Medical Research Council (MRC) must indicate this funding upon acceptance and pay $2,500 to the Biophysical Society (instructions provided upon acceptance) if they wish to comply with the policies of these funding bodies. Their paper will then be delivered to PubMed Central upon publication; it will also be free on the Biophysical Journal website.
Authors funded by many funding bodies within the Research Councils (UK) may choose to opt out of the immediate open access option if they wish. Biophysical Journal has a 12 month embargo policy, after which the Journal submits the final published article on behalf of the author to PubMed Central automatically, which meets the requirements of many funding bodies within the Research Councils (UK). To determine whether your specific funding body requires immediate open access, visit https://www.elsevier.com/journal-authors/funding-body-agreements.
Does the Biophysical Journal meet the requirements of NIH and HHMI? Yes. The Biophysical Journal has a 12 month embargo policy, after which the Journal submits the final published article on behalf of the author to PubMed Central automatically.