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Serials Solutions and the Japan Medical Abstracts Society (JAMAS) worked together to improve access to Japanese-language article abstracts in Ichushi-Web through the Summon® web-scale discovery service. The inclusion of metadata from JAMAS means more than 5,800 journals covering medicine, dentistry and pharmacy subjects will be available to mutual subscribers of each company.

For more information on the Summon service content expansion, read the press release.

29 Oct 2012

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