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ADISNEWS

 Summary Sheet

Description:

Producer:Springer Adis US LLC
Coverage1983-present
File Size:More than 193,870 records (03/2017)
Updates:Daily
File Type: Bibliographic, Full text
Content:Developments in drugs and drug therapy
Language: English
CASRNs:Yes
STN Easy:Yes

Adis Newsletters contains the full-text articles on the most important developments in drugs and drug therapy from the world’s biomedical literature, major meetings, and symposia. The database provides up-to-date access to the world’s biomedical and healthcare issues. All aspects of drugs and drug therapy are covered including pharmacology, therapeutics, disease management, adverse drug reactions, pharmacoeconomics and outcomes, pharmacoepidemiology, and pharmaceutical research and development. Sources include three newsletters: Inpharma®, Reactions™, Pharmacoeconomics & Outcomes News™. Records contain bibliographic information, full text of the re­ports, references to the documents cited by the newsletter, indexing terms, chemical names, and CAS Registry Numbers®.

Producer:

Springer International Publishing AG
Phone: (+1) 800 777 4643
Europe and Asia Pacific:
Phone: (+49) 6221 345 4303
Email: onlineservice(at)springer(dot)com

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