Full text access
For all articles with DOIs, we provide a link to the full text of the article on the journal's website. In the increasingly rare cases where there is no DOI, we provide a link to the article within the body of the recommendation comments.
Online access to full text is controlled by the publisher and is usually restricted to subscribers only, unless the journal is open access or individual articles have been made free to read by the publisher - free to read articles are indicated as such on the article page on F1000Prime. Subscription to F1000Prime does not include any extra access to the full text of articles above and beyond this.
For articles which are listed in PubMed, you may also follow the 'Abstract' link: the PubMed page typically includes a link to the full text on the publisher's website. If articles are included in PubMed Central, we also include a link to that record.
If your institution operates the OpenURL compliant link resolver SFX, then it can specify that all links from F1000Prime should be routed through the institution's server to the most appropriate destination for its users. Please contact your librarian if you have any questions regarding your institution's full-text policy.
Any queries, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.