Update January, 2020
American Journal of BioMedicine is subscriber, and it also allow self-archiving of accepted and published papers through open access policy before and after the publication of a paper in American Journal of BioMedicine. Authors retain the copyright of their scholarly work and can archive publisher’s version/PDF to personal or institutional repositories or libraries anytime without requiring permission from the journal or publisher.
Authors of published articles in American Journal of BioMedicine are entitled to deposit their accepted manuscript or the version of record (published papers) in institutional and/or centrally organized repositories and can make this publicly available immediately upon acceptance and publication, provided the journal is attributed as the original place of publication and that correct citation details are given.
Upon acceptance of paper by the journal, the authors acknowledge while making their article publicly available that the article has been accepted for publication as follows:
This article has been accepted for publication in American Journal of BioMedicine.
Authors can also make their published article publicly available immediately after publication without requiring any permission to different repositories, libraries or personal websites provided that they also deposit the URL of their published article, in addition to the PDF version by correctly citing the journal name as publisher along with other citation details.
All American Journal of BioMedicine published content are submit to the Portico for digital archiving for long term digital preservation. This information can be found on: https://www.portico.org/American Journal of BioMedicine. Furthermore American Journal of BioMedicine submit the metadata Embase- Elsevier and other institutional repositories such as paper.li , scilit. This is to make sure that the published scholarly content by American Journal of BioMedicine remains available to the community despite discontinuation of any journal or any accidental loss of journals data in its personal archival records.