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ortant reason that the "immediately open access" option is possible for Genome Research and the surcharge has been set at a level that anticipates the continuation of multiple revenue streams. "We recognize that if a large proportion of authors choose immediately open access, librarians may come to feel it is not worth continuing to subscribe to Genome Research" Inglis said. "We plan to engage the library community in a dialogue as our experience with this option grows, to make sure the journal's ability to contribute to the advance of science isn't undermined."

Dr. Hillary Sussman, Managing Editor of Genome Research added, "It is clear that some scientists, many of them active in the genome science community, are personally committed to the philosophy of open access and have the resources to support the 'author-pays' model of publication charges. By making the immediately open accessoption available, Genome Research is providing those scientists with the opportunity to publish in an established, high-profile journal, while continuing to offer timely public access to the cutting-edge genomic science contributed by all our authors."

Genome Research is an international, monthly, peer-reviewed research journal publishing genome studies and genome-based analysis of biological processes in all species. Launched in 1995, it has an impact factor of 9.635, placing it among the Institute for Scientific Information's (ISI) five most highly cited primary research journals in genetics. New data in genetics, comparative and functional genomics, proteomics, evolution studies, systems biology, bioinformatics, epigenetics, and technology are published as research papers in the form of articles and letters, or methods and resource reports. Complete data sets are presented electronically on the journal's web site where appropriate. The journal also provides review articles, perspectives, and Insight/Outlook articles that comment on the latest advances published in th
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Contact: Elizabeth Powers
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Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory
6-Oct-2004


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