Re-use of Bioscientifica-published content
Reproducing your own work
Bioscientifica grants to authors the right to reproduce their work free of charge in any publication of which they are the author or editor, provided that proper credit in the work is given to the original publication by Bioscientifica.
Therefore, authors do not need to contact Bioscientifica to request permission to reproduce their work.
Should you require formal confirmation that permission is not required to reproduce your own work, please use the Rightslink system as described in the section below. You will not be charged for this.
Reproducing work by other authors
Authors retain copyright of their articles published in Endocrine-Related Cancer.
Articles will be published under the terms of the Attribution 4.0 International (CC BY) licence.
Please contact the author(s) of each article in order to request permission under the terms of each article’s specific licence. For general enquiries please contact us via firstname.lastname@example.org
To re-publish content from Bioscientifica's other journals, please use Copyright Clearance Center's RightsLink service.
Click on the Get permissions button on the required article to open RightsLink.
- Select the way you would like to reuse the content
- Create an account if you haven't already
- Accept the terms and conditions
For questions about using the RightsLink service, please contact Customer Support, E-mail: email@example.com; Telephone 877 622 5543 (toll free) or +1 978 646 2777.
Re-use of content from other publishers in Bioscientifica articles
It is your responsibility as an author to ensure that you have any copyright permissions for your article, and pay any permissions fees necessary. We require documented permission that you are allowed to reproduce any previously published content, and please ensure that anything reproduced from previously published material is cited correctly.
Bioscientifica reserves the right to charge an appropriate fee for all requests to reproduce or translate works held under copyright.
Text and Data Mining
Endocrine-Related Cancer has a Text & Data Mining (TDM) reservation, which indicates that TDM rights are reserved. TDM agents should contact Copyright Clearance Centre, Bioscientifica's partner for TDM, for authorization to mine the content.
Commercial reprint sales
Reprints can provide your company with a unique promotional opportunity. Articles that mention your product in our high-impact journals are a useful marketing tool to hand out at your exhibition booth and to send out to customers and prospects as persuasive testimonials.
Content Ed Net is Bioscientifica's global partner for commercial reprints. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or visit Content Ed Net website to identify your nearest office (Content Ed Net has operations in 29 countries).