F1000Research peer-reviewed articles now visible on PubMed and PubMed Central

December 12, 2013

Since its launch at the start of this year, F1000Research has published over 300 articles, and continues to challenge the traditional scholarly publishing model through its innovative, open and transparent Open Science publishing model. Today F1000Research announce that its first articles are now visible in PubMed and PMC, and from now, new articles will be deposited with these indexers as soon as they pass peer review.

All articles accepted by F1000Research are published rapidly (on average, articles are published live on the site within seven days of acceptance) using an open access license, and are then formally peer reviewed by invited referees. Referee comments and names are published with the original article. This process aims to remove the standard publication delays and significantly reduce referee and publication bias.

The Open Science publishing model has afforded new opportunities to capture and index a wider range of associated rich article metadata. F1000Research publish referee reports, author responses and underlying data alongside the article itself, and has worked with the National Library of Medicine (NLM) to ensure this additional information is accessible in PMC by developing a more robust way of archiving full-text biomedical literature. This marks a milestone in the communication of scientific findings, and one that will help to lead the way for the increasing number of other publishers who are now developing similar approaches to publication.

Commenting on the visibility of F1000Research articles in PubMed and PMC, Rebecca Lawrence, Managing Director of F1000Research, said: "We would like to extend our thanks to all our existing authors for their patience while we worked through the complexities of these issues with NLM. We are extremely grateful for the support of these early adopters of our publishing approach, without whom our achievements thus far wouldn't have been possible."
To find out more about F1000Research, please contact Eleanor Howell on +44 (0)20 7631 9129 or email press@f1000.com. For more information on open science publishing, visit F1000Research.com/about">http://F1000Research.com/about.

Example quotes from F1000Research Authors

"The submission and publication process can only be described as exhilarating. To see a paper in 5 days in a professional layout after dealing with courteous and efficient staff is quite astounding. Two useful referee reports appeared in less than 2 weeks supporting the notion that peer review can be done openly."

Jürgen Schnermann, Chief of the Kidney Disease Branch at NIDDK/NIH

"After my article was published, the open post publication peer review process was extremely quick! My article received two reviews in the space of just 5 days, which is a refreshing change from the traditional reviewing system. I believe this type of review system will become a new standard for scientific publications in the near future."

Hajime Takizawa, University of Tokyo, Japan

"Publishing in F1000Research enabled complete open access of my work; both the analysis and the data can be easily re-used and redistributed by the wider science community, whilst being fully attributed to me."

Manuel Corpas, Genome Analysis Centre, Norwich, UK

About F1000Research

F1000Research is an original open science journal for life scientists that offers rapid open access publication, transparent peer review (post-publication) and full data deposition and sharing. The journal accepts all scientifically sound articles, including single findings, case reports, protocols, replications, null/negative results and more traditional articles. F1000Research is published by U.K.-based Faculty of 1000 (F1000) and has offices in London and New York.

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