"Preprints are another online method for publication in which a manuscript is uploaded by authors to a public server, without editing or formatting, and typically without peer review. A preprint may be a predecessor to publication in a peer-reviewed journal; it is “archived” and citable. Preprint servers include arXiv.org, bioRxiv.org, MedRxiv, and many others." AMA 11th edition, Ch 126.96.36.199
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1. Morozova O, Li ZR, Crawford FW. A model for COVID-19 transmission in Connecticut. medRxiv. Preprint posted online June 16, 2020. doi:10.1101/2020.06.12.20126391
Institutional Repositories collect, archive, and digitally disseminate the intellectual property output of an institution, and because of conflicting copyright with publishers, versions of articles within institutional repositories may be slightly different than the published version.
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2. Tseng V. Effect of noise reduction methods in the ICU on sleep quality. UC Irvine. June 8, 2016. Accessed August 17, 2016. http://escholarship.org/uc/item/190551hq