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Status of open access in the biomedical field in 2005.
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OBJECTIVES This study was designed to document the state of open access (OA) in the biomedical field in 2005. Expand
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Remarkable Growth of Open Access in the Biomedical Field: Analysis of PubMed Articles from 2006 to 2010
Introduction This study clarifies the trends observed in open access (OA) in the biomedical field between 2006 and 2010, and explores the possible explanations for the differences in OA ratesExpand
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Electronic journals and their unbundled functions in scholarly communication: Views and utilization by scientific, technological and medical researchers in Japan
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In recent years, electronic journals are in common use in scholarly communication and we can interpret this situation in various ways. Expand
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Geranyl modification on the tryptophan residue of ComXRO‐E‐2 pheromone by a cell‐free system
ComX pheromone is an isoprenoidal oligopeptide containing a modified tryptophan residue, which stimulates natural genetic competence in the gram‐positive bacterium Bacillus. Since posttranslationalExpand
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Health information seekers in Japan: a snapshot of needs, behavior, and recognition in 2008.
OBJECTIVES The purpose of this study was to explore the latest information-seeking behavior among health care consumers in Japan and to compare these behaviors with those recorded in similar surveysExpand
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Print or digital? Reading behavior and preferences in Japan
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We investigated reading behavior for 11 media and reading preferences between print and digital in different circumstances. Expand
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A Structural Equation Model of Information Retrieval Skills
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This paper describes a study in which factors that influence the information retrieval skills of a cohort of 1,551 Japanese Internet users are investigated using a combination of survey methods, factor analysis, and structural equation modeling. Expand
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The current status of Open Access in biomedical field: the comparison of countries relating to the impact of national policies
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The purpose of the article is to show the current status of Open Access (OA) in biomedical field, and compare some countries such as the U.S., Japan, and some other countries in terms of the OA situation. Expand
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Enhancing open access in the biomedical field
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This study was designed to document the state of open access in the biomedical field in 2009. Expand
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The changes in Japanese researchers' usage and perception of electronic resources: Result of SCREAL Survey 2011
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The Standing Committee for Research on Academic Libraries (SCREAL), in cooperation with 45 institutions in Japan, conducted a questionnaire survey from October to December 2011. Expand
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