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The PubMed, MeSH, and NLM Catalog search boxes have been slightly restructured to provide a presentable display for users working with non-standard system fonts. The search box will also now resize when viewed in a wide browser window. The Advanced search page was also modified and includes a larger search box to accommodate complex searches… Read More »
Publishers have been shifting their journal publishing model from print to electronic journals over the past decade. The online availability of full-text articles proved very attractive to library patrons as medical students, clinicians, and researchers could get immediate access to their preferred titles from their desktops. Since 2000, medical libraries throughout the United States have… Read More »
The new version of DOCLINE includes an improved Loansome Doc Transfer and an updated Resubmit feature. Read the DOCLINE 4.6 Release Notes to view the latest features and improvements. Online Help and the FAQs have been updated to reflect current functionality. If you are experiencing a problem in DOCLINE, please check your browser settings and… Read More »
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The Summer 2011 issue of NIH MedlinePlus the Magazine is now available online! The issue featuring Dr. Sanjay Gupta, includes features on the importance of clinical trials, improving children’s health, 30 years of AIDS research, bone marrow transplants, managing allergies, health careers, and the National Library of Medicine’s 175th anniversary. NIH MedlinePlus the Magazine is… Read More »
A recent article in the Technical Bulletin alerted us all to the changes to PMC, PubMed Central. “Like PubMed® and Bookshelf, PubMed Central® (PMC) has undergone a facelift or more accurately, an ‘interface’-lift, to not only enhance its overall look and feel but also provide users with easier access to PMC resources and information.” The… Read More »