The MitoAge database is free for all purposes, including commercial, educational, and research purposes, provided however that you cite the usage of MitoAge in subsequent presentations, publications, etc. Although referring to the URL might be enough in some cases (e.g., teaching and websites), for scientific publications we ask that you cite the paper describing MitoAge.
If you would like to cite this database please use: Toren D, Barzilay T, Tacutu R, Lehmann G, Muradian KK, Fraifeld VE. MitoAge: a database for comparative analysis of mitochondrial DNA, with a special focus on animal longevity. Nucleic Acids Res. 2016; 44(D1):D1262-5.