Copyright Transfer Agreement Springer

Friday, April 9th, 2021

The publication of an article with Open Access leaves the author with the copyright. You can publish your Open Access article in Springer`s Open Choice program or in one of our SpringerOpen magazines. The article is published under the Creative Commons Attribution (CC-BY) license, which allows users to read, copy, distribute and create spin-off works as long as the author of the original work is cited. An author may archive a version of his article produced by the author himself on his own website and institutional repository, including his final version; However, it should not use the PDF version of the publisher published on www.springerlink.com. In addition, the author can only publish his version if the original source of publication is recognized and a link to the published article is inserted on Springer`s website. The link is accompanied by the text: “The original publication is available under www.springerlink.com.” The author is asked to use the corresponding DOI for the article (go to the shortcut options in the article, then openURL and use the link with the DOI). Articles on www.springerlink.com are indexed, abstract and referenced by numerous abstraction and information services, bibliographic networks, subscription agencies, library networks and consortia. For more information on copyright and licensing for each of our open access brands, please see: Like many other scientific publishers, Springer asks authors to transfer copyrights for subscription articles before they are published. This allows Springer to reproduce, publish, distribute and archive the article in print and electronic form and defend itself against inappropriate use of the article. By signing the copyright transfer declaration, you will continue to reserve essential rights such as self-archiving.B. After the filing of this agreement signed by the corresponding author, changes in paternity or in the order of Springer`s authors are not accepted. The copyright of this article is transferred to the Japan Society of Human Genetics and Springer Editions (for U.S.

government employees: as far as possible transferable) when the article is adopted for publication. The author guarantees that his contribution is original and that he has the full authority to grant this grant. The author signs and assumes responsibility for the publication of this material on behalf of all co-authors. The copyright transmission includes the exclusive right to reproduce and disseminate the article, including reproductions, translations, photographic reproductions, microforms, electronic forms (offline, online) or similar reproductions. If you are employed by the U.S. government or the Crown, you can request that the copyright not be transferred to the MyPublication phase. As soon as you enter your employer`s name, you no longer need to sign the copyright transfer declaration. In cases where authors are not allowed to retain copyright on their own article (if the author is a member of the U.S. government.B), authors should contact us before submitting their article so that we can tell them if their non-standard copyright application can be considered.