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RE: PubMed Central


Is anyone planning on linking to PubMed Central on their ejournal sites
for users?

Stefanie DuBose
Assistant Collection Development Librarian
Joyner Library
East Carolina University

From:  Laurie Thompson [SMTP:ThompsoL@mailbox.hscsyr.edu]
Sent:  Tuesday, February 15, 2000 5:18 PM
To:  liblicense-l@lists.yale.edu
Subject:  PubMed Central

Of interest to Liblicense-l . . .

Laurie Thompson
SUNY Upstate Medical University, Syracuse

PubMed Central, the "barrier-free NIH repository for peer-reviewed primary
research reports in the life sciences," is now available at

Full text of all articles for one issue of each journal is currently
available for "Molecular Biology of the Cell" and the "Proceedings of the
National Academy of Sciences."  More issues, additional journals, and
other enhancements will become available on an ongoing basis.  In the
future there will be also be direct links from PubMed search results to
the full text of articles in PubMed Central.

For more information, click on "About PubMed Central" at the site.