Online databases such as MEDLINE?
bullock at tui.lincoln.ac.nz
Wed Feb 2 15:34:43 EST 1994
>In article <1994Jan31.160636.10090 at ncsu.edu>,
> <happy at garfield.catt.ncsu.edu> wrote:
>> I was recently told that a database exists called MEDLINE(sp?)
>>which details the research and papers of participating scientists. If
>>anyone has any relevant info about this or knows of existing, similar
>>datasbases, please EMAIL me ASAP. Thanks in advance!!
>> Rusty Soots
>Medline is a list of references from the biomedical research literature.
>It is easily available at UNC-Chapel Hill Med. School library back to
>1985 as UNCLE. NCSU and UNC-CH should be connected on the Net. Perhaps
>You can find a way to get a passaword. The library's phone number is
The best access I've found is to UnCover, available free on the net.
UnCover is a serial index database containing over 4 million references from
over 14,000 serial titles. About 53% of titles are in science, medicine and
technology, 21% in social science, 14% in humanities, and 12% in business.
Here, we access through the library gopher or telnet to database.carl.org
and log in as SRS. If individual telnet access is not possible, have a word
with your information librarian. Document delivery can be ordered on line,
costing about US$12.50 with payment by Visa, Mastercard, or American Express.
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