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Preprints: MitoPedia

TermAbbreviationDescription
Advantage of preprintsThe advantages of preprints, the excitement and concerns about the role that preprints can play in disseminating research findings in the life sciences are discussed by N Bhalla (2016).
Copyright{Quote} All preprints are posted with a Creative Commons CC BY 4.0 license, ensuring that authors retain copyright and receive credit for their work, while allowing anyone to read and reuse their work. {end of Quote}
Creative Commons Attribution LicenseOpen Access preprints (not peer-reviewed) are distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original authors and source are credited. © remains with the authors, who have granted MitoFit an Open Access preprint licence in perpetuity.
Digital Object IdentifierDOIA Digital Object Identifier, DOI, is a persistent identifier used to uniquely identify online publications in order to ensure they remain traceable, searchable and citable over the long term. Compared to other types of persistent identifiers, the DOI system is widespread and well established in the life sciences arena, and it provides widely accepted visible proof that a publication is citable.
Extended abstractsIn the context of MiPevents and MitoEAGLE events, extended abstracts are accepted for preprint publication in MitoFit Preprint Archives upon evaluation by MitoEAGLE MC members. Publishing extended abstracts with MitoFit Preprint Archives does not preclude later full journal publication, but will make your work fully citable, by assigning each manuscript a unique DOI number, and facilitate discovery and feedback.
Journal publicationIn most cases journal publication {Quote} will not be affected by posting a preprint. However, there are some publishers that do not consider papers that have already appeared online. We strongly recommend that you check all journals that you might submit to in advance {end of Quote}. A list of academic journals by preprint policy is available.
MitoFit DOI Data CenterMitoFit DOI DCThe MitoFit DOI Data Center is responsible for the provision of digital identifiers, for the storage and ensuring the persistence of the scientific objects, the provision of access, review process and maintenance of the Metadata, and quality control.
MitoFit Preprint ArchivesMitoFit Preprint ArchMitoFit Preprint Archives is an Open Access preprint server for mitochondrial physiology and bioenergetics.
Open AccessOALeft Open Access (OA) academic articles comprise all different forms of published research that are distributed online, free of charge and with an open license to facilitate the distribution and reuse. The open access repositories serve as the perfect vehicle to transmit free knowledge, including but not limited to peer-reviewed and non-peer-reviewed academic journal articles, conference papers, theses, book chapters and monographs. The open access movement was driven by the problems of social inequality caused by restricting access to academic research, trying to promote more democratic access to scientific knowledge, as well as addressing the economic challenges and unsustainability of academic publishing.
PreprintA preprint is {Quote} a way in which a manuscript containing scientific results can be rapidly communicated from one scientist, or a group of scientists, to the entire scientific community {end of Quote}.
ScopeThe areas covered in MitoFit Preprint Archives include mitochondrial physiology, bioenergetics and ergodynamics.

Preprints: selected references

 Was published in yearHas title
Sarabipour 2019 PLoS Biol2019Sarabipour S, Debat HJ, Emmott E, Burgess SJ, Schwessinger B, Hensel Z (2019) On the value of preprints: An early career researcher perspective. PLoS Biol 17(2):e3000151.
Tennant 2018 Nature2018Tennant J, Gatto L, Logan C (2018) Preprints help journalism, not hinder it. Nature 560:553.
Sarabipour 2018 Nature2018Sarabipour S (2018) Preprints are good for science and good for the public. Nature 560:553.
Abbasi 2018 J R Soc Med2018Abbasi K (2018) A giant step for science: JRSM welcomes preprints in medical science. J R Soc Med 111:263.
Fraser 2018 Nature2018Fraser J, Polka J (2018) Together scientists and journalists can spot poor preprints. Nature 560:553.
Sheldon 2018 Nature2018Sheldon T (2018) Preprints could promote confusion and distortion. Nature 559:445.
Da Silva 2018 Med J Armed Forces India2018da Silva JAT (2018) The preprint debate: What are the issues?. Med J Armed Forces India 74:162-64.
Oakden-Rayner 2018 Int J Epidemiol2018Oakden-Rayner L, Beam AL, Palmer LJ (2018) Medical journals should embrace preprints to address the reproducibility crisis. Int J Epidemiol 47:1363-5.
Kleinert 2018 Lancet2018Kleinert S, Horton R; Editors of the Lancet family of journals (2018) Preprints with The Lancet: joining online research discussion platforms. Lancet 391:2482-3.
Gross 2018 Neurology2018Gross RA (2018) Preprints and the implications for subsequent peer review and publishing. Neurology 91:855-6.
Bove-Fenderson 2018 JBMR Plus2018Bove-Fenderson E, Duffy K, Mannstadt M (2018) Broadening our horizons: JBMR and JBMR Plus embrace preprints. JBMR Plus 2:59-61.
Committee 2018 COPE Discussion Document2018Committee on Publication Ethics (2018) Discussion document on preprints. COPE Discussion Document https://publicationethics.org/files/u7140/COPE_Preprints_Mar18.pdf.
Avasthi 2018 eLife2018Avasthi P, Soragni A, Bembenek JN (2018) Point of View: Journal clubs in the time of preprints. eLife 7:e38532.
Maggio 2018 Perspect Med Educ2018Maggio LA, Artino AR Jr, Driessen EW (2018) Preprints: facilitating early discovery, access, and feedback. Perspect Med Educ 7:287-9.
Kaiser 2017 Science2017Kaiser J (2017) In a 'forgotten experiment,' biologists almost launched the preprint revolution—5 decades ago. Science doi:10.1126/science.aap7593.
Cobb 2017 PeerJ Preprints2017Cobb M (2017) The prehistory of biology preprints: a forgotten experiment from the 1960s. PeerJ Preprints 5:e3174v1 https://doi.org/10.7287/peerj.preprints.3174v1.
Kaiser 2017 Science 3572017Kaiser J (2017) The preprint dilemma. Science 357:1344-9.
Berg 2017 Science2017Berg J (2017) Preprint ecosystems. Science 357:1331.
Verma 2017 Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A2017Verma IM (2017) Preprint servers facilitate scientific discourse. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 114:12630.
Iwema 2016 F1000Research2016Iwema CL, LaDue J, Zack A, Chattopadhyay A (2016) search.bioPreprint: a discovery tool for cutting edge, preprint biomedical research articles. F1000Research 5:1396 https://doi.org/10.12688/f1000research.8798.2 [version 2; referees: 2 approved].
Chalmers 2016 F1000Research2016Chalmers I, Glasziou P (2016) Should there be greater use of preprint servers for publishing reports of biomedical science?. F1000Research 5:272 https://doi.org/10.12688/f1000research.8229.1 [version 1; referees: not peer reviewed].
Berg 2016 Science2016Berg JM, Bhalla N, Bourne PE, Chalfie M, Drubin DG, Fraser JS, Greider CW, Hendricks M, Jones C, Kiley R, King S, Kirschner MW, Krumholz HM, Lehmann R, Leptin M, Pulverer B, Rosenzweig B, Spiro JE, Stebbins M, Strasser C, Swaminathan S, Turner P, Vale RD, VijayRaghavan K, Wolberger C (2016) Preprints for the life sciences. Science 352:899-901.
Bhalla 2016 Mol Biol Cell2016Bhalla N (2016) Has the time come for preprints in biology? Mol Biol Cell 27:1185-7.
Vale 2015 Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A2015Vale RD (2015) Accelerating scientific publication in biology. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 112:13439-46.
Hatch 1998 JAMA1998Hatch CL, Goodman SN (1998) Perceived value of providing peer reviewers with abstracts and preprints of related published and unpublished papers. JAMA 280:273-4.