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Authors reusing their own material
- Privately with students or colleagues for their personal use in presentations and other educational endeavors.
- Privately on the authors’ institutional repositories.
- On the authors' personal websites.
|Material from a First Edition Paper should only be reused if the article has not yet been published in its final form in the print version of Blood.
When using material from a First Edition Paper, it should be cited as follows (shown here with sample date and DOI):
"This research was originally published in Blood Online. Author(s). Title. Blood. Prepublished June 15, 2002; DOI 10.1182/blood-2001-12-1234."
- As listed above AND
- As a link to the article on the journal’s website anywhere at any time.
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|"This research was originally published in Blood. Author(s). Title. Blood. Year;Vol:pp-pp. © the American Society of Hematology."|
After embargo, articles can be shared by authors:
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- Publicly on non-commercial platforms.
Specific examples of acceptable author reuse and sharing include:
- Reprinting the article in print collections of the author’s own writing.
- Reusing figures and tables created by the author in future works.
- Reproducing the article for use in courses the author is teaching. If the author is employed by an academic institution, that institution may also reproduce the article for course teaching.
- Distributing photocopies of the article to colleagues, but only for non-commercial purposes.
- Posting a copy of the article on the author's personal website, departmental website, and/or the university intranet. A hyperlink to the article on the Blood website must be included.
- Presenting the work orally in its entirety.
- Using the article in theses and/or dissertation.
Authors reusing their own material in the above ways must include appropriate attribution and do not need to contact Blood for permission.
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