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NLMNational Library of Medicine (US)
NLMNorsk Luthersk Misjonssamband (Norwegian: Norwegian Lutheran Mission; Oslo, Norway)
NLMNew Liturgical Movement
NLMNippon Light Metal Co., Ltd. (Japan)
NLMNew Light of Myanmar (est. 1914; publication)
NLMNetWare Loadable Module
NLMNetwork License Manager
NLMNetwork Lifecycle Management
NLMNetwork Lock Manager
NLMNational Library of Malta
NLMNew Life Ministries
NLMNational Literacy Mission
NLMNested Logit Model
NLMNational Liberation Movement (Ghana)
NLMNational Lighthouse Museum (New York)
NLMNon Life Master (game of bridge)
NLMNetwork Lifecycle Management (Hewlett-Packard)
NLMNatural Language Modeling
NLMNumber of Local Methods
NLMNobody Loves Me
NLMNon-Lethal Munitions
NLMNASA Launch Manager
NLMNokia LogoManager Format
NLMNo Limit Motorsport (Medford, NY)
NLMNegative Large Move
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In the aftermath of specific disasters, NLM is the only agency that is proactive in national distribution of relevant health information through pre-established channels.
In addition, when a publisher that is new to NLM applies to include a journal in PMC, an NLM committee first reviews the publisher for conformance with guidelines and best practices, including Recommendations for the Conduct, Reporting, Editing, and Publication of Scholarly Work in Medical Journals from the International Committee of Medical Journal Editors (ICMJE) [9] and Principles of Transparency and Best Practice in Scholarly Publishing, a joint statement by the Committee on Public Ethics (COPE), Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ), World Association of Medical Editors (WAME), and Open Access Scholarly Publishers Association (OASPA) [10].
The NLM algorithm computes the similarity between two patches by scanning a vast portion of the image in search of all the pixels that really resemble the central pixel which causes large amount of calculation.
The US Government advises consumers that access medical abstracts at PubMed or other NLM databases to take the artides to a health care practitioner for more information] In the above example, a search done at PubMed using terms lipoic acid and alzheimer together yield a total of 40 links to medical articles wherein these two-word terms appeared.
To complement MEDLINE's strength in identifying biomedical literature, NLM, with the Regional Medical Library Network, launched the DOCLINE system in 1985.
According to Julia Royall, NLM's chief of international programs and administrator of the equipment and training portion of the partnership, these technical upgrades will help get all of the journals operating at a more efficient level so they can meet the criteria for inclusion in MEDLINE.
NLM's Pub Med uses a different search engine, and you are able to link to abstracts.
A document delivery service is offered by the NLM under the Health Information Web page.
Though a candidate Eve has already been chosen, Ackerman says that NLM won't commit itself to using this cadaver until researchers have finished with Adam.
NLM exhibitions often focus on underrepresented subjects or lesser-known types of literature, which helps to inform NLM's collection development activity.
The NLM Grant for Scholarly Works in Biomedicine and Health is intended to help defray such expenses.
NLM, health-related organizations, and many information/database vendors are providing gateways to resources for the public as well as separate paths/screens for information professionals who are often better equipped to navigate using the language of medical professionals.