Adding the PubMed unique identifi er to journal article references without increasing the bulkiness of the journal

Subhash Chandra, Melissa L. Rethlefsen, Brian W. Pickering, J. Michael Homan, Ognjen Gajic, Vitaly Herasevich

Abstract


Nowadays a large amount of scientifi c and medicalliterature can be accessed online in full textformat. Although the manuscripts are widelyavailable online, the readers’ preference is oft enfor a printed version through personal or libraryprint subscriptions or by printing a copy of theonline version for reading convenience.

Keywords


PubMed Unique Identifier; References; Usability

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