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Check out the new video tutorial from the National Library of Medicine (NLM): MeSH on Demand: Finding MeSH Terms in Your Text:
Highlights of MeSH on Demand:
Interlibrary Loan (ILL) Facts & Tips
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NCBI will host a free webinar, Using NCBI's MedGen in Clinical Practice, May 2 from 12-12:30.
MedGen, a portal to clinical genetics in NCBI, includes information on Mendelian disorders, pharmacological response phenotypes, clinical features or findings and complex diseases.
The webinar highlights include: