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- Patent and trademark rights to any process or procedure described in the article.
- The right to photocopy or make single electronic copies of the article for their own personal use, including for their own classroom use, or for the personal use of colleagues, provided the copies are not offered for sale and are not distributed in a systematic way outside of their employing institution (e.g. via an email list or public file server). Posting of the article on a secure network (not accessible to the public) within the author’s institution is permitted.
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- The right to reuse their original figures and tables in their future works.
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- The right to include their article in their thesis or dissertation.
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- For Works created under a grant from the NIH and accepted for publication after April 7, 2008: The principal investigators (PIs) of NIH-funded research grants that support work published in peer-reviewed journals must comply with a new NIH policy to have deposited any accepted manuscripts on the PubMed Central website. Authors whose papers are funded by NIH grants will be invoiced to have their papers deposited into the PubMed repository by ASN upon publication ($45 for non-members, $20 for ASN members). The ASN policy is to make articles free online on our website as well as in the NIH repository 12 months after publication. This will satisfy both the ASN and NIH policies.
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Advances in Nutrition: An International Review Journal (year;volume:page range), American Society for Nutrition.