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Any chance of setting up an RSS feed? With so many blogs of interest, such a feed makes it easy to know when something new is posted on any given blog.
Thanks for the suggestion. We’ve added a couple of RSS links to the right column. Hopefully those will help.
Thank you for setting up a RSS Feed. Most of the people at my bioassay software company are reading articles regularly on NCBI. Having a RSS feed simplified with NCBI material helped us all read the same relevant material.
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I am interested in reading the following book:
Medicine in the Gulf War
Medicine in the Gulf War / [edited] by Frank Best and Nancy Tomich ; with contributions from the staff of U.S. medicine.
Country of Publication:
Washington, D.C. : U.S. Medicine, Inc., c1995.
vi, 177 p. : ill., ports.
Reformatted ed. of the August 1991 special issue of U.S. medicine.
Can I borrow it from the NIH Library, where I think it is found?
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PO Box 345
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I had published an yeast isolate under the name of Candida albicans (Acc no. MG996750). While submission during blast search i found it as the above mentioned organism. But now when i blast the sequence i found the result as Pichia kudriavzevii. So, i request you to rename the organism Candida albicans AV1 to Pichia kudriavzevii AV3.
Thank you. I’ll pass this along to our submissions staff. In the future, please send requests like this to email@example.com. You should get a faster response that way.
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