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PubMed Central Website (PMC) Has a Fresh Look: First Step in Ongoing Modernization Complete – Plus More ATG News & Announcements for 3/23/22

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Citing the National Library of Medicine, infoDOCKET reports that they have announced “an update to the user interface of its PubMed Central (PMC) digital archive—a free full-text archive of biomedical and life sciences journal articles. PMC’s fresh look and feel is the first step in an ongoing effort to modernize PMC, create a more accessible user experience across NLM literature databases, and enhance the long-term stability of the PMC infrastructure.


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