In article <199410191515.IAA12338 at net.bio.net>,
John C. Walker <jcw at BIOSCI.MBP.MISSOURI.EDU> wrote:
>Is there an EndNote database/file available via FTP for Arabidopsis
Since EndNote can import several bibliographic formats (Procite,
Refer, and Medline via Endlink), John's question may be too specific -
a database file in any of these formats should be sufficient for his
Many university libraries provide now on-line access to Medline,
so that such a database can be home-made by conducting a keyword search for
'Arabidopsis', downloading the output, and importing it into EndNote.
Unfortunately, Medline's coverage of plant literature is rather patchy.
It would be useful if those sites that provide Arabidopsis/plant
literature databases via gopher or WWW would allow downloading of search
outputs in Medline format.
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