MitoFit DOI Data Center

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MitoFit DOI Data Center

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Why DOI?

Digital Object Identifier (DOI)
  • DOI is a persistent identifier used to uniquely identify online publications in order to ensure they remain traceable, searchable and citable over the long term. Compared to other types of persistent identifiers, the DOI system is widespread and well established in the life sciences arena, and it provides widely accepted visible proof that a publication is citable.
» DOI(R) Handbook
DOI for preprints


How is Oroboros involved?

In Jan/Feb 2019 an agreement for provision of digital identifiers is being concluded by and between ZB MED and Oroboros Instruments:
ZB MED
  • public foundation German National Library of Medicine, Information Centre for Life Sciences: Stiftung öffentlichen Rechts Deutsche Zentralbibliothek für Medizin, Informations-Zentrum Lebenswissenschaften, ZB MED
  • principal place of business: Gleueler Str. 60, 50931 Köln, Germany
  • URL: https://www.zbmed.de/en/
  • ZB MED is a member of DataCite e. V. and a procurement agency for digital object identifiers (DOI names). By offering its DOI registration service, ZB MED facilitates and promotes not-for-profit online publications in the fields of medicine, health, and nutritional, environmental and agricultural sciences.
Oroboros Instruments
  • Schöpfstrasse 18, A-6020 Innsbruck, Austria
  • URL: http://oroboros.at
  • Oroboros as the MitoFit DOI Data Centre (DC) is entitled to assign DOI names to selected publications (particularly preprints) and abstracts.

Rights and obligations of Oroboros as MitoFit DOI DC

Oroboros as MitoFit DOI Data Centre (DC) is responsible for:
a. the storage and ensuring the persistence of the scientific objects
b. the provision of access, review process and maintenance of the Metadata
c. the quality control

Property and user rights

  • The registration of scientific content does not include any transfer or assignment of ownership of any Intellectual Property right (IPR).
  • The copyright remains with the authors or their institutions, as applicable.
  • In all other cases where copyright applies, DC warrants that it owns the copyright and intellectual property rights of the Metadata registered by ZB MED and is entitled to the registration of the objects. In the event third parties make claims against ZB MED or DataCite e. V. in connection with these rights, DC shall avert all claims against ZB MED or its cooperation partners and indemnify ZB MED and its cooperation partners for any claims by third parties which relate to any possible legal infringement through the storage and the distribution of Metadata, if the DC is at fault. This shall not apply, if the use of the Metadata by ZB MED constitutes a breach of the rights granted in the signed agreement.
  • ZB MED is entitled to integrate the metadata into ZB MED services, use the metadata and grant access to items of content by ZB MED services (e.g. cataloguing for ZB MED portals) or by the access services of cooperation partners.

Contact at Oroboros

Iglesias-Gonzalez Javier, PhD
javier.iglesias-gonzalez@oroboros.at


MitoFit DOI DC services

Further MitoFit DOI Data Centre (DC) services are provided Open Access in the contexts of Bioblast and MitoGlobal, for example:
  • MitoFit
» MitoFit Open Seminars
» MitoEAGLE preprint: States and rates
» MitoEAGLE preprint: OXPHOS-capacity in human permeabilized myofibers: effect of oxygen, ADP and blebbistatin in MiR05 and buffer Z
» MitoEAGLE preprint: An interlaboratory guide through procedures for mitochondrial respiratory studies with intact and permeabilized peripheral blood mononuclear cells and platelets
  • MitoEAGLE Training Schools and MiPschools: abstracts and teaching materials
» MiPschool Coimbra 2019
» MiPschool Tromso-Bergen 2018
» MiPschool Obergurgl 2017
» MiP2019/MitoEAGLE Belgrade RS
» Laner 2014 Mitochondr Physiol Network MiP2014
» Laner 2013 Mitochondr Physiol Network MiP2013

DOI Name

Each DOI name is a unique sequence of alphanumeric characters consisting of two parts: a prefix (doi:10.26124/) and a suffix (mitofit:YY0001)
It has become common practice within the scientific community to mark various versions and parts of an entity in the DOI name.
Full-stops (.) are used to mark different versions of an object, e.g., 10.26124/mitofit:190001.v2
Slashes (/) are used to describe parts of an entity.
Never use umlauts or special characters because they have specific meanings in URIs and can lead to the incorrect resolution of the DOI name.

Metadata

Definitions: download pdf
This help document explains the format of metadata fields for submissions. The possible information fields are:
   Title: required
   Authors: required
   Abstract: required
   Comments: optional, but recommended
   Report-no: required (when supplied by author's institution)
   Category: MitoFit Preprint Arch; Mitochondr Physiol Network, with subcategories listed in the respective 'journal categories'
   Journal-ref: reserved for publication info
   DOI: reserved publication DOI


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MitoFit DOI Data Center

Description

The MitoFit DOI Data Center is responsible for the provision of digital identifiers, for the storage and ensuring the persistence of the scientific objects, the provision of access, review process and maintenance of the Metadata, and quality control.

Abbreviation: MitoFit DOI DC

Reference: MitoFit DOI Data Center


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