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How do I submit an article to NIH/PubMed Central?

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How do I submit an article to NIH/PubMed Central?

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You must use the NIH Manuscript Submission (NIHMS) system to submit an article. You deposit the manuscript files (e.g., Microsoft Word document and figures) in the NIHMS. You indicate the NIH award(s) to which the article is related. After the NIHMS converts your deposited files to a standard PubMed Central (PMC) format, NIHMS will email you to review the PMC formatted article to approve its release. Some journals will deposit the manuscript files for you. In that case, you still have to provide the associated award information, and review and approve the article. The NIHMS will notify you via e-mail when these actions are needed and include a link to the NIHMS web site. For more information about the NIHMS, go to http://www.nihms.nih.gov/. There is an online tutorial at http://www.nihms.nih.gov/web-help/index.html.

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