Elsevier Adds Cell Press, Clinical Oncology

July 2004
Information Today;Jul/Aug2004, Vol. 21 Issue 7, p37
Trade Publication
This article reports on the addition of the Cell Press journal collection to the ScienceDirect platform of Elsevier. With the addition of Cell Press to ScienceDirect, researchers will be able to access and cross-reference titles in the fields of cellular and molecular biology, neuroscience, and immunology, including backfiles dating to the journal's inception. The backfiles contain more than 12,00 articles highlighting the important historic development in this field dating to 1974. On a similar note, Elsevier also announced that the third edition of Clinical Oncology is now available online. Accessible throughout the life of the third edition, Clinical Oncology Online allows users to search full contents of the book with continuous updates and direct links to online references, and downloadable images from the text for presentations.


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