To All,

Yes, NCBI is doing this in a phased implementation  We 
have officially changed all our PubMed links/URLs to the new one a 
few days ago and our localize icon/button now appears in the related 
links area instead of below the PMID.  We are pleased with that 
change.  Since then, However, I have received 3 calls from users with 
problems.  The first call was about the Citation view not working and 
the other two were about our localized button not appearing in Single 
Citation Matcher.   Depending on how may more calls I get about the 
citation view and Single Citation Matcher, I might have to suggest to 
my library that we revert back to the old URL.


Michael A. Wood, MLS
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Weill Cornell Medical College Library
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At 04:50 PM 6/5/2007, Carolyn Baker wrote:
>ENTREZ 2.0 / Pubmed - Phased Migration <>
>NCBI began phasing in the new Entrez 2.0 system on Thursday, May 24,
>2007. The new system offers more flexibility and personalization.
>Just received the above in an email.  May explain why there are some problems.
>Carolyn Baker, MLS
>Head Medical Librarian
>Baptist Health Little Rock
>501-202-1109 (Phone)
>501-202-1318 (FAX)
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