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noun catalogue, computer base of inforration, computer file, computer storage, memory Generally: cyberspace, record, records, registry
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Database products: The database products of a variety of types, such as disc database, stand-alone version of the database, on-line database, bibliographic database, database, database and so on.
This special specification constitutes a public service contract for the establishment of access to a bibliographic database enabling:
I dream about a compiled and all-inclusive chemical bibliographic database, a universal chemical bibliographic database.
Tenders are invited for Subscription to a bibliographic database of published books
The Circumpolar Health Bibliographic Database at www.aina.ucalgary.ca/chbd now describes 6000 publications about all aspects of human health in the circumpolar region.
Over one-third of respondents (39%, n=27) indicated that they used an online bibliographic database to search the literature in the past year (Table 1).
This multidisciplinary bibliographic database, accessed via the ISI Web of Knowledge research platform, already offers a collection of backfiles to 1945.
Today, some of those fugitives have been found: the COEP Resource Center website (http:// www-apps.niehs.nih.gov/coeprc/) offers visitors a bibliographic database for searching and reading about more than 600 environmental health materials developed by the Community Outreach and Education Programs, or COEPs, associated with each of the 25 NIEHS centers.
Book data provider, Nielsen BookData, has said it is in the process of correcting the problems with its new combined bibliographic database.
Cambridge Scientific Abstracts (CSA) and BioOne have entered into a partnership wherein CSA will create a bibliographic database that indexes research papers in the journals available through BioOne's full-text service.
This paper describes some of the fee-based, custom services provided by National Institutes of Health (NIH) Library to NIH staff, including knowledge management, clinical liaisons, specialized database searching, bibliographic database development, Web resource guide development, and journal management.
Peer-reviewed research articles in these journals will join the rest of the citations to medical literature through indexing in the National Library of Medicine's (NLM) PubMed bibliographic database. The first 12 journals in the new initiative include Annals of General Hospital Psychiatry, Cancer Cell International, Cardiovascular Diabetology, Directed Evolution, Filarial Infections, International Journal of Equity in Health, Kineto-plastid Biology & Disease, The Malaria Journal, Microbial Cell Factories, Natural Negatives, The Nutrition Journal and Proteome Science.

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