This is a small presentation about how National Library for Medicine Citation Style should be used.
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The following are some examples that are commonly asked.
ShepardTH. Catalog of teratogenic agents. 7th ed. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins Press; c1992. 534 p.
Baselt RC, Cravey RH. Disposition of toxic drugs and chemicals in man. 4th ed. Foster City (CA): Chemical Toxicology Institute; c1995. 802 p.
ArmitageJO, Antman KH, editors. High-dose cancer therapy: pharmacology, hematopoietins, stem cells. Baltimore: Williams & Wilkins; 1995. 929 p.
DegnerLF, McWilliams ME. Challenges in conducting cross-national nursing research. In: Fitzpatrick JJ, Stevenson JS, Polis NS, eds. Nursing Research and its Utilization: International State of the Science. New York, NY: Springer; 1994:211-215.
MoldofskyH. Sleep, neuroimmune and neuroendocrine functions in fibromyalgia and chronic fatigue syndrome. Adv Neuroimmunol. 1995;5:39-56.
RauxH, Coulon P, Lafay F, Flamand A. Monoclonal antibodies which recognize the acidic configuration of the rabies glycoprotein at the surface of the virion can be neutralizing. Virology. 1995;210:400-408. Monographic series: Davidoff RA. Migraine: manifestations, pathogenesis, and management. Philadelphia: F.A.Davis; 1995. 375 p. (Contemporary neurology series; 42).
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