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This document describes the major elements (or fields) found on the MEDLINE display format for Pub Med MEDLINE records.Some elements (e.g., Comment In) are not mandatory and will not appear in every record.: This device index thread will get monthly updates in the future.I started this thread more than 3.5 years ago and it will be maintained until it's 4 and then I'll think about it again. However, I probably will go back to monthly updates of this device index thread soon, but it will still stay supported for the time being. We see the first attempts to get a Lollipop ROM running. : I moved several ROMs and kernels related to Jelly Bean to the old stuff post. I use my software TPC here as well to find more threads.If a collaborating data producer has created an abstract, it will appear in the Other Abstract (OAB) field. (ABSTRACT TRUNCATED AT 250 WORDS) Original policy on inclusion of abstracts set a limit of 250 words for acceptance.This field may be used in addition to or instead of Abstract. Effective with the January 1984 data (i.e., NLM's ELHILL legacy system 8401 Entry Month) two changes were made in this policy: 1) the word limit was expanded to 400 words for abstracts from articles ten pages or more in length or from articles in the core journals identified by the National Cancer Institute and 2) abstracts exceeding the 250- or 400-word limit were to be included in truncated form at the end of the sentence closest to the word limit.For news about changes to MEDLINE/Pub Med data, please see the NLM Technical Bulletin.MEDLINE/Pub Med XML data element descriptions are also available. Important Note: As of October 2016, the publisher of the original article has the capability to edit the citation data in the Pub Med record using the Pub Med Data Management system, with the exception of Me SH data.

The ability of these peptides to protect mice against lethal toxin challenge was examined.

Structured abstracts were not truncated in the past, even if they surpassed the previous 250 or 400 word limit.

Example: AB - BACKGROUND: Superantigens produced by Staphylococcus aureus and Streptococcus pyogenes are among the most lethal of toxins.

The abstracts are derived from the PMC scanning project which is digitizing the back issues of participating PMC journals.

As a result, additional records published prior to 1975 will contain abstracts. The reason for suggesting this diagnostic category is to stress that these children do initially behave in a similar way to those who are peripherally deaf.

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