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The database BioLIS (Biological Literature Information Senckenberg) indexes biological journal literature from the period 1970 to 1996. It is bilingual (German/English) and includes journals and series from Germany, Austria, and Switzerland. With regard to subject and geographical orientation it forms an extension of the Biological Abstracts database. The bibliographic information about the articles indexed is expanded through comprehensive, content descriptive keywords and organism names so that special searches, especially in regard to literature concerning particular organisms, are possible. BioLIS was developed at the Senckenberg Research Institute, Frankfurt am Main and is now made available online, without charge, by the University Library Johann Christian Senckenberg. ... [Information of the supplier, translated]
In this database are documented more than 2.8 million articles (as of: June 2009) from more than 1500 biological journals from the period beginning in 1993. The data of the Swets Information Services agency, that are licensed for use in the Virtual Library of Biology as well, are based on the tables of contents of the journal volumes and represent the biological section from altogether 20 000 current journals from all scientific areas. The majority of the articles are linked with the Regensburg electronic library and the delivery service subito (subject to charges) to enable rapid access to full texts. By using myCCBio, users will regularly receive tables of contents for newly published journal issues as e-mails, for free. ... [Editorial staff vifabio]
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