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Can I Submit my Manuscript Directly to the NIH/PubMed Central?

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Can I Submit my Manuscript Directly to the NIH/PubMed Central?

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Authors whose manuscripts have been funded wholly or in part by the NIH, Wellcome Trust, or HHMI should NOT submit their manuscripts directly to the NIH/PMC. Doing so will result in duplicate submissions and errors in processing the manuscripts. What if I want to make changes to my manuscript before it is submitted to the NIH/PubMed Central? In compliance with the federal mandate, only the final, peer-reviewed version of your manuscript will be posted to the NIH. When it appears online, it will appear with a link to a disclaimer, notifying readers that what they are seeing is not the final article of record and that there may be significant changes to the manuscript at the time it appears in print. What Happens After My Manuscript Is Submitted to the NIH/PubMed Central? PubMed Central works directly with the author to facilitate the rest of the submission process supporting the Public Access Policy. Upon receipt of your manuscript, you should receive a confirmation email directly from

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