|Cancer||Cell death||Cell cycle||Cytoskeleton||Exo/endocytosis||Differentiation||Division||Organelles||Signalling||Stem cells||Trafficking|
Portland Press site licences offer your faculty and students 24/7 access to a wealth of groundbreaking original research and significant authoritative reviews in the biochemical, cellular and molecular life sciences.
We offer a range of licences for electronic access across a single site, multi-site or group of institutions and we can tailor a licence to suit your needs.
Licences are available for the following institutions: academic, corporate, hospitals, government agencies and local and national consortia.
For a quotation, simply complete the online form
We offer two standard packages of combined and electronic journals for single site institutions:
We also offer tailor made licences to all of our journals for single-site institutions. For a quotation please complete the enquiry form
The aim of our licences is to provide institutions with extended online access within their budget.
Portland Press Limited (PPL), the wholly-owned trading subsidiary of the Biochemical Society, is a leading innovative publisher of journals, books and electronic resources. Profits from the trading activities of PPL are covenanted to the Biochemical Society and returned to the scientific community via its activities
Portland Press journal prices are competitive and we also offer significant savings to all institutions purchasing online only subscriptions in favour of our combined subscription rates.
Free trial access is available for multi-site and consortia licences. Please complete the enquiry form
Simply complete the enquiry form for a quotation or contact Stephen Dollin, Sales & Licencing Manager on +44 (0) 1206 796351 to discuss your requirements.
Yes - we are happy for the purchase of online packages and online licensing to be arranged through your normal subscription agent, if you prefer.
Portland Press journals are available from our own journal platform Sirius at www.portlandpress.com
and also via the following gateways:
Access authentication is normally by IP address. If this causes problems, please get in touch, as other methods are available in exceptional circumstances.
Usage statistics are provided online and are available 24/7. Our usage statistics are COUNTER Compliant. The reports include data from January 2002 and are updated monthly. They can be downloaded in .csv format for ease of use.
Register your password for access to your usage statistics at http://www.portlandpress.com/pcs/services/usage/login.asp
Biochemical Journal: archive dates back to 1906 and is freely available at www.biochemj.org. Access to current content is available on a rolling 12-month basis for non-subscribers. Secure online archive and public deposit is available via PubMed Central (PMC).
Biochemical Society Transactions, Clinical Science, Bioscience Reports: "The Biochemical Society and Portland Press Limited are pleased to announce their new archive product "PPL Legacy Package". Containing almost a century's worth of papers, the back archives of our three highly respected journals, Clinical Science, Bioscience Reports and Biochemical Society Transactions, can now be yours to own and make available to your life sciences faculty in perpetuity."
Essays in Biochemistry Online and Biochemical Society Symposia Online: access to the online archive is free to current subscribers
For single-site institutions that do not require a licence, our standard online terms and conditions apply. http://www.portlandpress.com/pp/terms.htm
We use a standard licence based on the John Cox Model Licence. Our standard licence includes:
Email firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to see a full draft licence.
Telephone Stephen Dollin, Sales Manager +44 (0)207 685-2411 or email: email@example.com