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NLM Ending Support for ToxSeek

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NLM has decided to end its support for ToxSeek. For ten years the National Library of Medicine has supported ToxSeek, a research project involving natural language processing and semantic technology.

This federated-search engine helped users to search across diverse biomedical and environmental health resources and provided a method for locating information resources on topics related to toxicology and environmental health.

Since there are now several comparable alternatives for users needing a federated search, such as Science.gov (http://www.science.gov), NLM will realign the resources to support other mission-critical programs.

ToxSeek will not be available after March 23th, 2012.

Please direct any questions to tehip@teh.nlm.nih.gov

 

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