Dynamic URLs for PubMed Public My NCBI Collections

McGhee, Margaret
September 2011
NLM Technical Bulletin;Sep2011, Issue 382, p29
The article focuses on the changes of public Collection uniform resource locators (URLs) but old URLs will function like new URLs as long as the Collection is public.


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