DTD for Bibliographic Notation

Deborah Aleyne Lapeyre dalapeyre at mulberrytech.com
Thu Mar 4 19:53:04 GMT 1999

The journal publishers have taken a cut at bibliographies,
for small example:
   Elsevier's is available on their website (at least it used to be)
   John Wiley & Sons has one (See WILEY Interscience)
   CADMUS used to have theirs on their website
   Ovid has made theirs public as well (but I would not recommend it)

   PUBMED at NIH/NLM also has a very basic but nice subset
    (definitely available on their website).


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