WAIS for VMS? and *other questions*

Wed Sep 18 12:52:05 EST 1991

> Date: Wed, 18 Sep 91 07:28 CDT
> From: Bruce Roe <BROE at aardvark.ucs.uoknor.edu>
> Hi fellow netters,

Bruce Roe asks:

> 2. In a related question (or series of questions?), are any of the
>    following available via the internet and if not, when will they??
>   a. MEDLINE
>   b. Chemical Abstracts
       ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^       Yes - for STN subscribers
>   c. Biologial Abstracts
>   d. Current Contents

For Chem. Abstract Services/STN account holders ...

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