J Biol CHem

Basavaraju N Shankarappa babu+ at PITT.EDU
Sun Jul 31 17:38:41 EST 1994

In article <31g2j8$7tu at lyra.csx.cam.ac.uk> you write:
>T. S. Pillay (tpillay at ucsd.edu) wrote:
>: The posting of some journal contents eg. J Biol Chem seems to be erratic.
>: Some times it is early and sometimes late. Is there a reason for this?
>It would depend on when the person who submits the postings gets round to
>emailing them to the moderator. Time is something which is in short supply
>and frequently print deadlines move around a lot in relation to the actual
>publication date. Hence the contents of any one journal may not be known for
>two months before publication or two weeks. Its very variable...
On a different note, is it possible to separate each article as a field
so that when one searches using key words, you would get info on one or
several articles that fit the search criteria, rather than get the
info on entire issue of a journal?  Ofcourse, you can always search
within the issue listing again, but if you are searching form something
that occurs very commonly, you will have a ton of messages to go through!
Raj Shankarappa
bsh at med.pitt.edu
listing of the 

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