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Wiley and CiteAb partner to help researchers drive better outcomes in lab experiments – Plus More ATG News & Announcements for 9/27/22

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KnowledgeSpeak reports that Wiley has announced a new partnership with CiteAb, …
“… CiteAb combs research data to identify research citations, supplier details, and experimental information for nearly 6 million different antibodies, as well as biochemicals, proteins, kits, and experimental models.
Until now, CiteAb has relied on Open Access content to source its data. Its relationship with Wiley, along with a recent, similar agreement with Springer, will enable CiteAb to expand the proportion of published literature covered by its search engine and data products. …”


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