All authors at CMBR sets out the copyright of their articles, so they can archive published manuscripts on their own web pages, corporate web pages, and various repositories of their boilerplate subjects. Authors are encouraged to deposit the final published PDF.
Authors may also reuse the Abstract and Citation information (e.g. Title, Author name, Publication dates) of their article anywhere at any time including social media such as LinkedIn, Facebook, blogs and Twitter, providing that where possible a link is included back to the article on the journal site. Preferably the link should be, or include, the Digital Object Identifier (DOI) which can be found in the Citation information about the article online. The accepted version may be placed on: the author's personal website and/or the author's company/institutional repository or archive.
Archive of the publication's website
All journal articles are archived in two ways: the PDF version of all articles is online and available to readers on the journal website. The backup copy of the articles is kept in the computer of the journal office.
The main information and abstracts of the articles published in journal are indexed in several databases. CMBR ensures all readers that any open access articles published by CMBR are deposited in several safe open access archives like SciProfiles, ScienceOpen, Semantic Scholar, Academia, LinkedIn, ORCID, CIVILICA, Researchgate, and etc. to increase traffic and citation. In case of any failure, sold, or other unwanted events, open access to the articles published is guaranteed to continue via SciProfiles, ScienceOpen, Semantic Scholar, Academia, LinkedIn, ORCID, CIVILICA, Researchgate, and etc. CMBR will not enter into a change of ownership agreement unless the Board of Trustees accepts these guarantees. In addition, once an article has been published, we do not allow it to be changed, leading to the following policies.
All authors can archive their articles immediately after publication on the journal's website, in their personal system or on their institution's website.
The preservation of scientific research is a cornerstone of science and as such, we will use our best efforts to ensure that material published by CMBR is preserved and remains available for access. Therefore, we reserve the right to cease to make available articles, or relevant article content, that it has been advised are potentially defamatory, or that infringes any intellectual property right or are otherwise unlawful. Where this occurs, the article will remain indexed. However, in place of the article or content, an appropriate explanatory note will be attached.