National Academy of Sciences - Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences - Editorial Policies
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Description:As a publisher, PNAS must be able to archive the data essential to a published article. Where such archiving is not possible, deposition of data in public databases, such as GenBank, ArrayExpress, Protein Data Bank, Unidata, and others is acceptable. Only links to websites that are permanent public repositories, such as self-perpetuating online resources funded by government, academia, and industry, are permitted. To allow others to replicate and build on work published in PNAS, authors must make materials, data, and associated protocols, including code and scripts, available to readers. Authors must disclose upon submission of the manuscript any restrictions on the availability of materials or information. Before publication, authors must deposit large datasets (including microarray data, protein or nucleic acid sequences, and atomic coordinates for macromolecular structures) in an approved database and provide an accession number for inclusion in the published paper.
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TOP Level Data Transparency: 2: Requires data transparency
TOP qualifying comments: authors must make materials, data, and associated protocols, including code and scripts, available to readers... Authors must include a data availability statement in the methods section describing how readers will be able to access the data, associated protocols, code, and materials in the paper.
- Biological Magnetic Resonance Databank
- Database of Genotypes and Phenotypes
- DNA Data Bank of Japan
- Electron Microscopy Data Bank
- European Nucleotide Archive
- Gene Expression Omnibus
- PRoteomics IDEntifications database
- UniProt Knowledgebase
- Worldwide Protein Data Bank