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NATIONAL INSTITUTES OF HEALTH
National Library of Medicine
JANUARY 1993

NLM ONLINE DATABASES AND DATABANKS

MEDLARS_ (MEDical Literature Analysis and Retrieval System) is the
computerized system of databases and databanks offered by the
National Library of Medicine (NLM). A person may search the computer
files either to produce a list of publications (bibliographic
citations) or to retrieve factual information on a specific question.
MEDLARS databases are used by universities, medical schools,
hospitals, government agencies, commercial and nonprofit
organizations, and private individuals. MEDLARS comprises two
computer subsystems, ELHILL_ and TOXNET_, on which reside over 40
online databases containing about 16 million references.

ELHILL databases provide online access to information on a wide range
of subjects relating to biomedicine; each is described below.

AIDSDRUGS

Subject: Substances being tested in AIDS-related clinical trials
Type: Factual
Coverage: English language; potential AIDS-related therapeutics
Updates: Monthly; the file contains over 140 records.
Special Features: AIDSDRUGS is a dictionary of chemical and biological
agents currently being evaluated in the AIDS clinical trials covered in
the companion AIDSTRIALS database. Each record represents a single
substance and provides information such as standard chemical names,
synonyms and trade names, CAS Registry Numbers, protocol ID numbers,
pharmacological action, adverse reactions and contraindications,
physical/chemical properties, and manufacturers' names. Agents which
were tested in closed or completed trials are included. A bibliography
of relevant articles is also included.

AIDSLINE_ (AIDS information onLINE)

Subject: Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS) and related topics
Type: Bibliographic citations
Coverage: All languages; publications from 1980 to the present
Updates: Weekly, with about 900 new citations added each
month; the file contains about 70,000 records.
Document Types: Journal articles, government reports, letters, technical
reports, meeting abstracts/papers, monographs, special publications,
theses, books and audiovisuals
Special Features: AIDSLINE includes citations to literature covering
research, clinical aspects and health policy issues.
The citations are derived from the MEDLINE_, CANCERLIT_, HEALTH PLANNING
& ADMINISTRATION, CATLINE_, and AVLINE_ files, and the meeting abstracts
from the Fifth and Sixth International Conferences on AIDS. In order to
provide access to additional reference sources, NLM plans to expand the
file with records from the BIOETHICSLINE_ and POPLINE_ databases as well
as additional meeting abstracts.

AIDSTRIALS (AIDS Clinical TRIALS)

Subject: Clinical trials of substances being tested for use against
AIDS, AIDS-related complex (ARC), AIDS-related opportunistic diseases,
and HIV infection
Type: Factual and referral
Coverage: Active and closed trials
Updates: Biweekly; the file contains over 400 records.
Special Features: Each record covers a single trial, and provides
information such as title and purpose of the trial, diseases studied,
patient eligibility criteria, contact persons, agents being tested, and
trial locations. Information about the trials sponsored by the National
Institutes of Health is supplied by the National Institute of Allergy
and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), while information about privately
sponsored trials is provided by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA).
AIDSTRIALS is a part of the AIDS clinical trials information service,
which is a Public Health Service (PHS) project sponsored by the Centers
for Disease Control, the FDA, the NIAID, and the NLM.

AVLINE_ (AudioVisuals onLINE)

Subject: Biomedical audiovisual materials and computer software
Type: Bibliographic citations
Coverage: Primarily English language items from the United States; all
audiovisuals and computer software cataloged by NLM since 1975
Updates: Weekly, with about 120 new records added each month; the file
contains about 24,000 records.Formats: Motion pictures, videocassettes,
slide/cassette programs, filmstrip/cassette programs, and computer
software
Special Features: Clinical educational materials. AVLINE also includes
bibliographic information for some of the archival motion pictures which
form the basis of NLM's National Historical Film Program. Selected
citations in the database include abstracts. Procurement information
available at the time of abstracting is included.

BIOETHICSLINE_ (BIOETHICS onLINE)

Subject: Ethics and related public policy issues in health care and
biomedical research
Type: Bibliographic citations
Coverage: English language; publications from 1973 to the present
Updates: Bimonthly, with about 2,400 new citations added each year; the
file contains about 36,000 records.
Document Types: Journal articles, monographs, analytics (chapters in
monographs), newspaper articles, court decisions, bills, laws,
audiovisual materials, and unpublished documents
Special Features: BIOETHICSLINE covers the ethical, legal and public
policy issues surrounding health care and biomedical research. Topics
include euthanasia, organ donation and transplantation, allocation of
health care resources, patients' rights, professional ethics, in vitro
fertilization and other reproductive technologies, genetic intervention,
abortion, behavior control and mental health therapies, AIDS, human
experimentation, and animal experimentation. Citations are derived from
the literature of law, religion, the social sciences, philosophy, and
the popular media as well as the health sciences. The file is produced
by the Bioethics Information Retrieval Project of the Kennedy Institute
of Ethics at Georgetown University.

CANCERLIT_ (CANCER LITerature)

Subject: Major cancer topics
Type: Bibliographic citations
Coverage: Primarily English language items. Comprehensive and
international in scope since 1976; some citations were published as
early as 1963
Updates: Monthly, with about 6,600 new citations added each month; the
file contains about 910,000 records.
Document Types: Journal articles, government reports, technical reports,
meeting abstracts and papers, monographs, letters, and theses
Special Features: Since June 1983, most journal literature has been
derived from MEDLINE; the file also includes a limited number of foreign
language journals not covered in MEDLINE. Records added since January
1980 have been indexed using the NLM controlled vocabulary (MeSH_).
CANCERLIT is produced by the National Cancer Institute (NCI) in
cooperation with the NLM.

CATLINE_ (CATalog onLINE)

Subject: Bibliographic records covering the biomedical sciences
Type: Bibliographic citations
Coverage: All languages; virtually all of the cataloged titles in the
NLM collection, from the fifteenth century to the present
Updates: Weekly, with about 1,500 new records added each month; the file
contains about 700,000 records.
Document Types: Primarily monographs, but also includes records for
serials, monographic series, audiovisual series and manuscripts
Special Features: CATLINE is used to produce the National Library of
Medicine Current Catalog. It provides immediate access to NLM's
authoritative bibliographic data and is a useful source of information
for ordering printed material, verifying interlibrary loan requests, and
providing reference services.

ChemID_ (CHEMical IDentification)

Subject: Dictionary of chemicals
Type: Factual
Updates: Approximately quarterly with about 4,000 records added per
update; the file contains about 270,000 records.
Special Features: CHEMID is a chemical dictionary file for over 184,000
compounds of regulatory and biomedical interest. Records include CAS
Registry Numbers and other identifying numbers, molecular formulae,
generic and trivial names, MeSH headings, and file locators which lead
users to other files on the ELHILL_ and TOXNET_ systems. In addition, a
capability known as SUPERLIST provides names and other data used to
describe chemicals on over 20 key federal and state regulatory lists.

CHEMLINE_ (CHEMical dictionary onLINE)

Subject: Dictionary of chemicals
Type: Factual
Updates: Bimonthly, with about 11,000 new records added per update; the
file contains about 1,142,000 records.
Special Features: CHEMLINE is an online dictionary of chemical
substances found in NLM databases, the Toxic Substances Control Act
Inventory of the Environmental Protection Agency, and the European
Inventory of Existing Commercial Chemical Substances (EINECS). Each
record covers a single chemical substance, and provides detailed
information on the agent's structure and nomenclature, synonyms and CAS
Registry Numbers. NLM file locators direct the user to MEDLARS files
which contain more information about the designated substances. This
database is created by NLM's Specialized Information Services with
contract support from Chemical Abstracts Service (CAS).

DENTALPROJ

Subject: Ongoing dental research projects
Type: Factual and referral
Coverage: United States; the most current year
Updates: Semiannually; the file contains about 780 records.
Special Features: DENTALPROJ provides project summaries, including
project title, name of principal investigator, performing institution,
sponsoring organization, and a brief abstract of the project. This file
is produced by the National Institute of Dental Research (NIDR) in
cooperation with the NLM.

DIRLINE_ (Directory of Information Resources onLINE)

Subject: Directory of organizations providing information services
Type: Referral
Coverage: Primarily the United States, with some coverage of
international organizations
Updates: Quarterly; the file contains about 14,000 records.
Special Features: DIRLINE focuses primarily on health and biomedical
organizations, including government agencies, information centers,
professional societies, voluntary associations, support groups, academic
and research institutions, and research facilities and resources.
Records contain organization names, addresses, phone numbers, and
descriptions of services, publications, and holdings.

DOCUSER_ (DOCument delivery USER)

Subject: Directory of libraries and other information-related
organizations which use NLM's interlibrary loan (ILL) services or are
a part of the National Network of Libraries of Medicine.
Type: Referral
Coverage: Contains records for over 12,000 health-related libraries
located in the United States, and about 1,300 foreign libraries; current
Updates: Monthly, with about 700 new records added each year; the file
contains about 13,000 records.
Special Features: DOCUSER provides descriptive and administrative
information, including institutional identification, interlibrary loan
policy data, participation in the National Network of Libraries of
Medicine, and SERHOLD_ reporting data.

HEALTH (HEALTH planning & administration)

Subject: Non-clinical aspects of health care delivery
Type: Bibliographic citations
Coverage: Primarily English, and some French and German language items;
publications from 1975 to the present
Updates: Monthly, with about 5,000 new citations added each month; the
file contains about 635,000 records.
Document Types: Primarily journal articles
Special Features: HEALTH covers the administration and planning of
health care delivery, including: services and manpower, health
insurance, health policy, financial management, regulation, personnel
administration, quality assurance, licensure and accreditation. The file
is produced by the American Hospital Association (AHA) in cooperation
with the NLM. The Hospital Literature Index, published by the AHA, is
produced from this file.

HISTLINE_ (HISTory of medicine onLINE)

Subject: History of medicine and related sciences
Type: Bibliographic citations
Coverage: Primarily English language items; publications from 1964 to
the present
Updates: Monthly, with about 5,700 new citations added each year; the
file contains about 107,000 records.
Document Types: Monographs, journal articles, publications from symposia
and congresses
Special Features: HISTLINE covers specialties, professions, individuals,
institutions, drugs, and diseases of given chronological periods and
geographic areas. References are primarily derived from MEDLINE and
CATLINE. These citations are published annually in NLM's Bibliography
of the History of Medicine.

MEDLINE_ (MEDlars onLINE)

Subject: Biomedicine
Type: Bibliographic citations
Coverage: All languages; publications from 1966 to the present. Recent
references are contained in the current file (MEDLINE); segmented
backfiles (MED86, MED83, MED80, MED77, MED72 and MED66) contain older
material.
Updates: Weekly, January through October and monthly, November and
December; about 31,000 new citations are added each month. The file
contains about 7.2 million records. The citations for each monthly
update are also searchable in a separate file called SDILINE_ (Selective
Dissemination of Information onLINE) for those who need only the most
recent literature.
Document Types: Articles from more than 3,600 international biomedical
journals (some chapters and articles from selected monographs are found
in earlier years).
Special Features: MEDLINE is NLM's premier bibliographic database
covering the fields of medicine, nursing, dentistry, veterinary
medicine, and the preclinical sciences. Journal articles are indexed for
MEDLINE, and their citations are searchable, using NLM's controlled
vocabulary, MeSH (Medical Subject Headings). MEDLINE contains all
citations published in Index Medicus, and corresponds in part to the
International Nursing Index and the Index to Dental Literature.
Citations include the English abstract when published with the article
(approximately 70% of the current file).

MeSH VOCABULARY FILE_

Subject: Thesaurus of biomedical-related terms
Type: Factual
Coverage: Headings for the current year
Updates: Annually. Supplementary Chemical Records, updated 4 times
weekly. The file contains about 16,600 medical subject headings, and
67,600 supplementary chemical substances headings.
Special Features: The MeSH Vocabulary File is an online dictionary of
current biomedical subject headings, subheadings, and supplementary
chemical terms used in indexing and searching several MEDLARS databases,
including MEDLINE, AIDSLINE, AIDSTRIALS, AVLINE, BIOETHICS, CANCERLIT,
CATLINE, DIRLINE, and HEALTH. MeSH heading records typically include
synonyms, scope notes, MeSH hierarchical positions, entry dates, and
previous indexing information. Records for subheadings include
descriptions for their use. The file also includes supplementary
chemical records that occur in MEDLINE but are not MeSH headings.

NAME AUTHORITY FILE_ (NAF)

Subject: Authority list for names, series, and uniform titles used as
headings in bibliographic records resident in CATLINE and AVLINE
Type: Factual
Updates: Semimonthly, with about 650 records added each update; the file
contains about 378,000 records.
Special Features: NAME AUTHORITY FILE is used in the cataloging process
to identify personal, conference, or corporate names, uniform titles,
and series which serve as access points in CATLINE and AVLINE
bibliographic records.

PDQ_ (Physician Data Query)

Subject: Advances in cancer treatment and clinical trials
Type: Factual and referral
Coverage: United States, Canada, and Western Europe; current
Updates: Monthly
Special Features: This menu-driven database provides detailed
descriptions of all major tumor types and their prognosis, the most
recent cancer treatments, ongoing investigational and standard
protocols, and directories of physicians and organizations involved in
state-of-the-art cancer care. The database is designed and maintained
by the National Cancer Institute.

POPLINE_ (POPulation information onLINE)

Subject: Populations, demographics and family planning
Type: Bibliographic citations
Coverage: Primarily English language items but international in scope;
publications from 1970 to the present with selected citations dating
back to 1886
Updates: Monthly, with about 700 new citations added each month; the
file contains about 193,000 records.
Document Types: Journal articles, monographs, technical reports, and
unpublished works
Special Features: POPLINE covers human fertility, contraceptive methods,
AIDS, community-based services, program evaluation, demography,
censuses, vital statistics, and related health, law, and policy issues.
The file provides unique coverage of population issues in Third World
countries. Journal articles are indexed for POPLINE, and their citations
are searchable, using POPLINE keywords reorganized into new hierarchies
in 1991. The file is produced in collaboration with the Population
Information Program of Johns Hopkins University; Population Index at
Princeton University; and the Library/Information Program of Princeton
University. The database is funded primarily by the United States Agency
for International Development and by the National Institute of Child
Health and Human Development.

SDILINE_ (Selective Dissemination of Information onLINE)

Subject: Biomedicine
Type: Bibliographic citations
Coverage: All languages. Contains citations from the most recent
complete month in MEDLINE, including all citations in the forthcoming
printed edition of the monthly Index Medicus.
Updates: Monthly, with about 31,000 new citations each month
Document Types: Bibliographic citations to journal articles from
approximately 3,600 biomedical journals published in the United States
and abroad

SERLINE_ (SERials onLINE)

Subject: Biomedical serial titles
Type: Bibliographic citations
Coverage: All languages; serials published from 1665 to the present
Updates: Monthly, with about 140 new records added each month; the file
contains about 79,000 records.
Special Features: SERLINE contains bibliographic records for all serials
cataloged for the NLM collection, titles ordered or being processed for
the NLM, and all serial titles indexed for MEDLINE, HEALTH, and POPLINE,
including titles which do not meet NLM scope and coverage requirements.
Also includes titles held by libraries participating in the NLM National
Biomedical Serials Holdings Database (SERHOLD_). Many records contain
locator information which identify major biomedical libraries within the
National Network of Libraries of Medicine holding the publication.

TOXLINE_ (TOXicology information onLINE)

Subject: Toxicological, pharmacological, biochemical and physiological
effects of drugs and other chemicals
Type: Bibliographic citations
Coverage: Primarily English language items; international coverage. The
database has been segmented: pre-1965 to 1980 material is found in
TOXLINE65, and 1981-forward citations are found in the TOXLINE file.
Updates: Monthly, with about 9,300 new citations added each month; the
file contains about 1.8 million records.
Document Types: Journal articles, monographs, technical reports, theses,
letters, and meeting abstracts, papers and reports.
Special Features: The records are derived from about 16 secondary
sources which do not require royalty charges based on usage. Citations
may be retrieved by entering free text terms as they may appear in
titles, keywords and abstracts of articles. The portions of the database
derived from MEDLINE and that portion of BIOSIS added since August 1985
may be searched using MeSH vocabulary. Chemical substances can be
searched by entering their corresponding CAS Registry Numbers and/or
synonyms.

TOXLIT_ (TOXicology LITerature from special sources)

Subject: Toxicological, pharmacological, biochemical, and physiological
effects of drugs and other chemicals
Type: Bibliographic citations
Coverage: Primarily English language items; international coverage. The
database has been segmented: pre-1965 to 1980 citations are found in
TOXLIT65, and 1981-forward citations are found in the TOXLIT file.
Updates: Monthly, with about 8,600 new citations added each month; the
file contains about 1.6 million records.
Document Types: Journal articles, meeting papers, monographs, patents
Special Features: At present, the citations are derived exclusively from
Chemical Abstracts. Royalty charges apply. Citations may be retrieved
by entering free text terms as they may appear in titles, keywords, and
abstracts of articles. Chemical substances can be searched by entering
their corresponding CAS Registry Numbers and/or synonyms.

BIOTECHSEEK (BIOSEEK)

Subject: Biotechnology
Type: Bibliographic citations.
Coverage: English language citations; international coverage. File
became available in October 1991.
Updates: Monthly, with about 85 new citations added each month; the file
contains about 2,700 records.
Document Type: Journal articles
Special Features: BIOTECHSEEK contains bibliographic citations from 28
selectively indexed biotechnology journals not covered in MEDLINE. Both
MEDLINE and BIOTECHSEEK should be searched for complete coverage of
biotechnology-related material, including molecular sequence databank
information.

TOXNET_ (TOXicology data NETwork)

As part of the MEDLARS system, TOXNET is a computerized collection of
files on toxicology, hazardous chemicals and related areas. TOXNET
contains the following files: CCRIS (Chemical Carcinogenesis Research
Information System)
Subject: Chemical carcinogens, mutagens, tumor promoters, and tumor
inhibitors
Type: Factual
Updates: Continuous; the file contains over 3,700 records.
Special Features: Organized by chemical record, this databank contains
carcinogenicity, tumor promotion, tumor inhibition, and mutagenicity
test results derived from the scanning of primary journals, current
awareness tools, NCI technical reports, review articles, and IARC
monographs published since 1976. Test results have been reviewed by
experts in carcinogenesis. CCRIS is sponsored by NCI.

DART_ (Developmental and Reproductive Toxicology)

Subject: Teratology. Developmental and reproductive toxicology
Type: Bibliographic citations
Coverage: International; publications from 1989-present; continues the
ETICBACK database
Updates: Approximately 3,500 citations are added per year; the file
contains over 13,787records.
Special Features: DART contains references on biological, chemical, and
physical agents that may cause birth defects. Records include
bibliographic citations, abstracts (when available), MeSH, chemical
names, and CAS Registry Numbers. DART is produced by the Environmental
Protection Agency (EPA) and the National Institute of Environmental
Health Sciences (NIEHS) in cooperation with the NLM.

DBIR_ (Directory of Biotechnology Information Resources)

Subject: Biotechnology information resources
Type: Referral
Updates: Monthly; the file contains about 1,900 records.
Special Features: DBIR is a directory of biotechnology information,
including contact persons, general description, and special services
provided. Online databases and networks, publications, organizations,
groups working on issues of biotechnology nomenclature and molecular
biology, and collections and repositories of cells and subcellular
elements are included.

EMICBACK (Environmental Mutagen Information Center BACKfile)

Subject: Environmental mutagens
Type: Bibliographic citations
Coverage: International; publications from 1950-1991, and a small number
of older citations. Recent citations (1991- ) will be included in the
EMIC database, which will be available on TOXNET in late 1991.
Updates: The file contains over 75,000 records.
Special Features: EMICBACK contains references to chemical, biological,
and physical agents that have been tested for genotoxic activity. The
records include full bibliographic references, keywords, chemical names,
and CAS Registry Numbers. The file is produced by the Oak Ridge National
Laboratory and funded by the EPA and the NIEHS.
ETICBACK (Environmental Teratology Information Center BACKfile)

Subject: Teratology. Developmental and reproductive toxicology
Type: Bibliographic citations
Coverage: International; publications from 1950-1989, and a small number
of older citations. Recent citations (1989- ) are included in the DART
(Developmental and Reproductive Toxicology) database, also available on
TOXNET.
Updates: The file contains about 50,000 records.
Special Features: ETICBACK contains references on agents that may cause
birth defects. The records include bibliographic citations, ETIC
keywords, chemical names, and CAS Registry Numbers. ETICBACK was funded
by the Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry (ATSDR), the
EPA, and the NIEHS.

GENE-TOX (GENetic TOXicology)

Subject: Chemicals tested for mutagenicity
Type: Factual/bibliographic
Update: Updated as needed; the file contains about 2,900 records.
Special features: An online data bank created by the Environmental
Protection Agency, GENE-TOX is a multi-phase effort to review and
evaluate the existing literature and assay systems available in the
field of genetic toxicology.

HSDB_ (Hazardous Substances Data Bank)
Subject: Hazardous chemicals: toxic effects, environmental fate, safety
and handling
Type: Factual
Coverage: Data is derived from a core set of standard texts and
monographs, government documents, technical reports and the primary
journal literature.
Updates: Continuous; the file contains about 4,300 records.
Special Features: This non-bibliographic file is organized by chemical
record and covers the toxicity and biomedical effects of chemicals. The
file is enhanced with data from such related areas as emergency handling
procedures, environmental fate, human exposure, detection methods, and
regulatory requirements. HSDB contains complete references for all data
sources utilized. The file is fully peer-reviewed by the Scientific
Review Panel (SRP), a committee of expert toxicologists and other
scientists. HSDB is built, maintained, reviewed and updated on the NLM's
Toxicology Data Network (TOXNET), and co-supported by the Agency for
Toxic Substances and Disease Registry (ATSDR).
IRIS (Integrated Risk Information System)

Subject: Potentially toxic chemicals
Type: Factual
Updates: Monthly; the file contains about 630 records.
Special Features: IRIS contains chemical-specific EPA health risk and
regulatory information prepared by the Environmental Protection Agency.
The TOXNET version of the file includes oral and inhalation reference
doses for non-carcinogens, and information related to carcinogens (e.g.,
unit risks). Toxic risk data undergo a high level of scientific review.

RTECS_ (Registry of Toxic Effects of Chemical Substances)

Subject: Potentially toxic chemicals
Type: Factual
Updates: Quarterly; the file contains about 116,000 records.
Special Features: This non-bibliographic databank focuses upon the acute
and chronic effects of potentially toxic chemicals; data on skin/eye
irritation, carcinogenicity, mutagenicity and reproductive consequences
are included. Selected Federal regulatory requirements and exposure
levels are also presented. References are available for all data;
toxicology and carcinogenic reviews, when available, are cited. RTECS
is built and maintained by the National Institute for Occupational
Safety and Health (NIOSH).

TRI (Toxic chemical Release Inventory) series

Subject: Annual estimated releases of toxic chemicals to the environment
and amounts transferred to waste sites
Type: Factual
Coverage: Currently, industrial submissions to EPA for the reporting
years 1987, 1988, 1989, and 1990.
Updates: New file added annually; TRI87 contains about
80,000 records; TRI88 contains about 86,000 records; TRI89 contains
about 85,000 records; TRI90 contains about 53,000 records.
Special Features: TRI is a series of non-bibliographic files based upon
data submitted by industrial facilities around the country to the EPA
as mandated by Section 313 of the Emergency Planning and Community
Right-To-Know Act. TRI records include the names and addresses of
industrial facilities releasing toxic chemicals, the amounts released
to air, water, land, or by underground injection, and the amounts
transferred to waste sites.

TRIFACTS (Toxic chemical Release Inventory FACT sheets)

Subject: Health, ecological effects, safety, and handling information
for most of the chemicals listed in the TRI (Toxic chemical Release
Inventory) files
Type: Factual
Updates: Updated as needed; the file contains 326 records.
Special Features: Intended as a companion to the TRI series, and based
largely upon the State of New Jersey's Hazardous Substance Fact Sheets.
Designed for a lay audience, they present scientifically accepted
information in non-technical language.

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