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MEDLINEMedical Literature Analysis and Retrieval System Online (U.S. National Library of Medicine's life science database)
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The mini MEDLINE SYSTEM: A library-based end-user search system.
The introduction of MEDLINE in 1971, the development of end-user searching systems, and the advent of national networks have altered the service roles of health sciences libraries radically, just as the introduction of integrated library systems changed the way internal library functions are performed.
Because of the availability of CD-ROM reference sources, in-house databases, and end-user MEDLINE interfaces such as GRATEFUL MED, much effort in library instruction centers on teaching computer searching skills.
When MEDLINE was first introduced by the National Library of Medicine (NLM) in the late 1960s, the developers anticipated that physicians would perform their own searches on data terminals in their offices.
Having stable websites could help the journals publish online on time, increasing their chances acceptance into MEDLINE.
Skila's clients will now also have access to MEDLINE, which is compiled and produced by the National Library of Medicine in Bethesda, Maryland and includes bibliographic citations dating back to 1966 and more than 8 million records from more than 4,000 journals published in more than 70 countries.
MEDLINE (Medical Literature, Analysis, and Retrieval System Online) is the U.
The software analyzes MEDLINE abstracts to identify and evaluate statistical relationships among biomedical terms such as names of genes, phenotypes, drugs, and diseases.