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The NLM technical bulletin.

New Title: NLM technical bulletin (Online)
Previous Title: TOXLINE technical bulletin
Library network/MEDLARS technical bulletin
Language(s): English
Published: Bethesda, Md. : U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services, Public Health Service, National Institutes of Health, National Library of Medicine,
Subjects: MEDLARS > Periodicals.
Libraries, Medical > periodicals.
Information Retrieval Systems > periodicals.
Automatic Data Processing > periodicals.
Libraries, Medical > Periodicals.
Information Systems > Periodicals.
Automatic Data Processing > Periodicals.
Medical libraries > Periodicals.
Note: Description based on: No. 188 (Dec. 1984).
Issues for May-June 1993-Nov.-Dec. 1997 also available online via FTP as either Adobe Portable Document Format or PostScript files. Beginning with the Jan.-Feb. 1998 issue, the bulletin will be published only online as HTML documents.
Physical Description: v. ; 27-28 cm.
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