BioMed Central


BioMed Central

BioMed Central

BioMed Central (BMC) es una publicación científica británica especializada en publicaciones open access.Todos los artículos son sometidos a revisión por pares, el autor mantiene los derechos de copyright, en la actualidad todos los artículos están disponibles en formato pdf. Es un cambio en la forma de financiación, en la que se cobra al autor, en vez de al lector.

Actualmente BMC publica alrededor de 150 revistas científicas, incluyendo

Referencias

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