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2016 MEDLINE/PubMed® Documentation

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  1. CORRECTED DOSAGE ERROR IN ARTICLES
    There were dosage errors corrected in either the abstract or the full text of the articles cited in the PMIDs listed below. The publishers of the journal in which these articles appeared published an errata notice correcting the dosage errors.

    25692254

    Accordingly, NLM revised the records to note the errata. The revised records were distributed to licensees in 2016 update files. Records with corrected dosage errors contain the <CommentsCorrections> group of elements with RefType attribute value of <ErratumIn>. The citations of the articles containing the erratum notices reside in the <RefSource> element and, optionally, there may be a notation about the correction in the <Note> element and/or the PMID of the citation containing the erratum notice in the <PMID> element.

  2. RETRACTION OF PUBLICATION
    It is NLM's policy to add records that are retractions or partial retractions of previously published articles. The value Retraction of Publication is placed in the <PublicationType> element on citations that are retracting an article or part of an article. In addition, these records contain the <CommentsCorrections> group of elements with RefType attribute value of RetractionOf or PartialRetractionOf. The citation of the article being retracted or partially retracted resides in the <RefSource> element and the PMID of the retracted citation resides in the <PMID> element in the <CommentsCorrections> element group. Records for the publications being retracted or partially retracted are edited to contain corresponding <CommentsCorrections> elements with RefType value of RetractionIn or PartialRetractionIn and also an occasional clarifying <Note> element.

    The following records from the file covered in this message are retractions or partial retractions of publications. They are copied from PubMed today along with the citations to the items they retract:

Retracted Publication PMID: Retraction of Publication PMID:
10597557 27290749
10632912 27290746
11279024 27226643
12077140 27226642
9608970 27290745
10411769 27290748
15741530 27258211
16306047 27226644
17492969 26995340
19203171 26881989
19679666 27129194
20876746 26801230
21480742 26881990
21706196 27221091
22448096 22962537
22505895 24106500
22313031 26871976
22696188 27270357
23115598 27047575
23735583 26524477
23945211 24994906
24381107 27270358
25161682 26478736
25096575 27288522
25770438 27086910
25931695 26633918
26360652 26960005
26471559 27173576
26593568 27173577
26807387 26913239
26631726 27261528
26628742 26631510
26542344 26758528
26165557 26845649

Per Appendix C clause 4 of the License Agreement for NLM Data, licensees whose products/services/applications are not based upon a static version of the data, but rather are updated on a regular or irregular basis are to take reasonable steps to make known dosage errors in abstracts or retracted or partially retracted publications within thirty (30) days from the date such records are distributed by NLM.

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RETRACTION OF PUBLICATION
It is NLM's policy to add records that are retractions or partial retractions of previously published articles. The value Retraction of Publication is placed in the <PublicationType> element on citations that are retracting an article or part of an article. In addition, these records contain the <CommentsCorrections> group of elements with RefType attribute value of RetractionOf or PartialRetractionOf. The citation of the article being retracted or partially retracted resides in the <RefSource> element and the PMID of the retracted citation resides in the <PMID> element in the <CommentsCorrections> element group. Records for the publications being retracted or partially retracted are edited to contain corresponding <CommentsCorrections> elements with RefType value of RetractionIn or PartialRetractionIn and also an occasional clarifying <Note> element.

The following records from the file covered in this message are retractions or partial retractions of publications. They are copied from PubMed today along with the citations to the items they retract:

Retracted Publication PMID: Retraction of Publication PMID:
11904440 27044115
16646082 26853534
19628789 26846647
21200490 22807693
21200519 22807693
21200546 22807693
21200552 22807693
21200634 22807693
21201298 22807693
21202222 22807693
21202804 22589748
21203025 22589748
21201598 22807693
21201013 22807693
21581121 22589748
21581202 22807693
21578321 22807693
21581763 22589748
21582090 22807693
21582354 22807693
21720318 26914318
21964591 26745670
22144828 23248462
22110128 26921412
22778739 24106501
22783269 24167511
22915988 23118563
23102463 27265909
23508808 24683402
23543587 24757317
23608384 Asian Pac J Trop Med. 10.1016/S1995-7645(13)60049-8
23885272 25013407
24112344 27280178
24025321 27255592
24632025 27280269
24684893 27263135
24818020 27274871
24872642 25210251
24966835 27275152
25221706 25364617
25577201 27267967
26474031 26853100
26524275 26641738
26779649 26498640
26226136 26492579

Per Appendix C clause 4 of the License Agreement for NLM Data, licensees whose products/services/applications are not based upon a static version of the data, but rather are updated on a regular or irregular basis are to take reasonable steps to make known dosage errors in abstracts or retracted or partially retracted publications within thirty (30) days from the date such records are distributed by NLM.

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Filename: medline16n1062.xml --- Created: Fri Jun 03 17:23:49 EDT 2016

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  1. CORRECTED DOSAGE ERROR IN ARTICLES
    There were dosage errors corrected in either the abstract or the full text of the articles cited in the PMIDs listed below. The publishers of the journal in which these articles appeared published an errata notice correcting the dosage errors.

    26356639

    Accordingly, NLM revised the records to note the errata. The revised records were distributed to licensees in 2016 update files. Records with corrected dosage errors contain the <CommentsCorrections> group of elements with RefType attribute value of <ErratumIn>. The citations of the articles containing the erratum notices reside in the <RefSource> element and, optionally, there may be a notation about the correction in the <Note> element and/or the PMID of the citation containing the erratum notice in the <PMID> element.

  2. RETRACTION OF PUBLICATION
    It is NLM's policy to add records that are retractions or partial retractions of previously published articles. The value Retraction of Publication is placed in the <PublicationType> element on citations that are retracting an article or part of an article. In addition, these records contain the <CommentsCorrections> group of elements with RefType attribute value of RetractionOf or PartialRetractionOf. The citation of the article being retracted or partially retracted resides in the <RefSource> element and the PMID of the retracted citation resides in the <PMID> element in the <CommentsCorrections> element group. Records for the publications being retracted or partially retracted are edited to contain corresponding <CommentsCorrections> elements with RefType value of RetractionIn or PartialRetractionIn and also an occasional clarifying <Note> element.

    The following records from the file covered in this message are retractions or partial retractions of publications. They are copied from PubMed today along with the citations to the items they retract:

Retracted Publication PMID: Retraction of Publication PMID:
18556627 26829430
19797762 26829430
22363261 27242427
23607635 26813020
25745359 27252596
25789188 27239358
26683491 27233769

Per Appendix C clause 4 of the License Agreement for NLM Data, licensees whose products/services/applications are not based upon a static version of the data, but rather are updated on a regular or irregular basis are to take reasonable steps to make known dosage errors in abstracts or retracted or partially retracted publications within thirty (30) days from the date such records are distributed by NLM.

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Filename: medline16n1055.xml --- Created: Fri May 27 17:25:17 EDT 2016

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  1. CORRECTED DOSAGE ERROR IN ARTICLES
    There were dosage errors corrected in either the abstract or the full text of the articles cited in the PMIDs listed below. The publishers of the journal in which these articles appeared published an errata notice correcting the dosage errors.

    26235263   25917447   25956891

    Accordingly, NLM revised the records to note the errata. The revised records were distributed to licensees in 2016 update files. Records with corrected dosage errors contain the <CommentsCorrections> group of elements with RefType attribute value of <ErratumIn>. The citations of the articles containing the erratum notices reside in the <RefSource> element and, optionally, there may be a notation about the correction in the <Note> element and/or the PMID of the citation containing the erratum notice in the <PMID> element.

  2. RETRACTION OF PUBLICATION
    It is NLM's policy to add records that are retractions or partial retractions of previously published articles. The value Retraction of Publication is placed in the <PublicationType> element on citations that are retracting an article or part of an article. In addition, these records contain the <CommentsCorrections> group of elements with RefType attribute value of RetractionOf or PartialRetractionOf. The citation of the article being retracted or partially retracted resides in the <RefSource> element and the PMID of the retracted citation resides in the <PMID> element in the <CommentsCorrections> element group. Records for the publications being retracted or partially retracted are edited to contain corresponding <CommentsCorrections> elements with RefType value of RetractionIn or PartialRetractionIn and also an occasional clarifying <Note> element.

    The following records from the file covered in this message are retractions or partial retractions of publications. They are copied from PubMed today along with the citations to the items they retract:

Retracted Publication PMID: Retraction of Publication PMID:
19219043 26813765
22162948 27213533
22384107 27196334
23082150 27223107
23107772 27195336
23583794 27195334
23953400 26806666
24561286 27195335
24892677 27196426
25302618 27213350
25534470 27200441
26229488 27226724
26324187 26815587
26491710 27200407
26491713 27200410
26495419 27200406
26504894 27200409
26516635 27200405
26825922 Medicine (Baltimore). 2016 Apr;95(15):e6038.
26563457 27130572
26511294 26658288

Per Appendix C clause 4 of the License Agreement for NLM Data, licensees whose products/services/applications are not based upon a static version of the data, but rather are updated on a regular or irregular basis are to take reasonable steps to make known dosage errors in abstracts or retracted or partially retracted publications within thirty (30) days from the date such records are distributed by NLM.

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  1. CORRECTED DOSAGE ERROR IN ARTICLES
    There were dosage errors corrected in either the abstract or the full text of the articles cited in the PMIDs listed below. The publishers of the journal in which these articles appeared published an errata notice correcting the dosage errors.

    24782156

    Accordingly, NLM revised the records to note the errata. The revised records were distributed to licensees in 2016 update files. Records with corrected dosage errors contain the <CommentsCorrections> group of elements with RefType attribute value of <ErratumIn>. The citations of the articles containing the erratum notices reside in the <RefSource> element and, optionally, there may be a notation about the correction in the <Note> element and/or the PMID of the citation containing the erratum notice in the <PMID> element.

  2. RETRACTION OF PUBLICATION
    It is NLM's policy to add records that are retractions or partial retractions of previously published articles. The value Retraction of Publication is placed in the <PublicationType> element on citations that are retracting an article or part of an article. In addition, these records contain the <CommentsCorrections> group of elements with RefType attribute value of RetractionOf or PartialRetractionOf. The citation of the article being retracted or partially retracted resides in the <RefSource> element and the PMID of the retracted citation resides in the <PMID> element in the <CommentsCorrections> element group. Records for the publications being retracted or partially retracted are edited to contain corresponding <CommentsCorrections> elements with RefType value of RetractionIn or PartialRetractionIn and also an occasional clarifying <Note> element.

    The following records from the file covered in this message are retractions or partial retractions of publications. They are copied from PubMed today along with the citations to the items they retract:

Retracted Publication PMID: Retraction of Publication PMID:
22284765 27144251
22552009 27175454
23203208 25672668
22999633 27178190
24756087 27171146
24940708 26727953
24590871 25182367
26550456 27186316
25005584 27133565
26798580 27186520
26885270 27186288
27186165 Immune Netw. 2008 Sep;8(3):67-74.

Per Appendix C clause 4 of the License Agreement for NLM Data, licensees whose products/services/applications are not based upon a static version of the data, but rather are updated on a regular or irregular basis are to take reasonable steps to make known dosage errors in abstracts or retracted or partially retracted publications within thirty (30) days from the date such records are distributed by NLM.

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This information will also be posted in the MEDLINE/PubMed Update Chart for 2016 at //www.nlm.nih.gov/bsd/licensee/table_rev.html.

  1. CORRECTED DOSAGE ERROR IN ARTICLES
    There were dosage errors corrected in either the abstract or the full text of the articles cited in the PMIDs listed below. The publishers of the journal in which these articles appeared published an errata notice correcting the dosage errors.

    26411290

    Accordingly, NLM revised the records to note the errata. The revised records were distributed to licensees in 2016 update files. Records with corrected dosage errors contain the <CommentsCorrections> group of elements with RefType attribute value of <ErratumIn>. The citations of the articles containing the erratum notices reside in the <RefSource> element and, optionally, there may be a notation about the correction in the <Note> element and/or the PMID of the citation containing the erratum notice in the <PMID> element.

  2. RETRACTION OF PUBLICATION
    It is NLM's policy to add records that are retractions or partial retractions of previously published articles. The value Retraction of Publication is placed in the <PublicationType> element on citations that are retracting an article or part of an article. In addition, these records contain the <CommentsCorrections> group of elements with RefType attribute value of RetractionOf or PartialRetractionOf. The citation of the article being retracted or partially retracted resides in the <RefSource> element and the PMID of the retracted citation resides in the <PMID> element in the <CommentsCorrections> element group. Records for the publications being retracted or partially retracted are edited to contain corresponding <CommentsCorrections> elements with RefType value of RetractionIn or PartialRetractionIn and also an occasional clarifying <Note> element.

    The following records from the file covered in this message are retractions or partial retractions of publications. They are copied from PubMed today along with the citations to the items they retract:

Retracted Publication PMID: Retraction of Publication PMID:
22815821 27158821
23029172 27159607
24474810 27162277
23973422 27163117
24849727 26768106
25445382 27166477
26431488 26761435
26303509 27075741
24104058 24104058

Per Appendix C clause 4 of the License Agreement for NLM Data, licensees whose products/services/applications are not based upon a static version of the data, but rather are updated on a regular or irregular basis are to take reasonable steps to make known dosage errors in abstracts or retracted or partially retracted publications within thirty (30) days from the date such records are distributed by NLM.

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Filename: medline16n1032.xml --- Created: Fri May 06 17:18:07 EDT 2016

This information will also be posted in the MEDLINE/PubMed Update Chart for 2016 at //www.nlm.nih.gov/bsd/licensee/table_rev.html.

  1. CORRECTED DOSAGE ERROR IN ARTICLES
    There were dosage errors corrected in either the abstract or the full text of the articles cited in the PMIDs listed below. The publishers of the journal in which these articles appeared published an errata notice correcting the dosage errors.

    25676206

    Accordingly, NLM revised the records to note the errata. The revised records were distributed to licensees in 2016 update files. Records with corrected dosage errors contain the <CommentsCorrections> group of elements with RefType attribute value of <ErratumIn>. The citations of the articles containing the erratum notices reside in the <RefSource> element and, optionally, there may be a notation about the correction in the <Note> element and/or the PMID of the citation containing the erratum notice in the <PMID> element.

  2. RETRACTION OF PUBLICATION
    It is NLM's policy to add records that are retractions or partial retractions of previously published articles. The value Retraction of Publication is placed in the <PublicationType> element on citations that are retracting an article or part of an article. In addition, these records contain the <CommentsCorrections> group of elements with RefType attribute value of RetractionOf or PartialRetractionOf. The citation of the article being retracted or partially retracted resides in the <RefSource> element and the PMID of the retracted citation resides in the <PMID> element in the <CommentsCorrections> element group. Records for the publications being retracted or partially retracted are edited to contain corresponding <CommentsCorrections> elements with RefType value of RetractionIn or PartialRetractionIn and also an occasional clarifying <Note> element.

    The following records from the file covered in this message are retractions or partial retractions of publications. They are copied from PubMed today along with the citations to the items they retract:

Retracted Publication PMID: Retraction of Publication PMID:
16007329 26516759
21695245 27144534
22284765 27144251
22556664 27143808
22557158 27143810
22557306 27143809
23258457 27044465
25311321 27044466
25319597 26860877
25893197 27127781
25977697 27127531
26713319 27144174
26746791 26746792
26746792 26746793
26862451 27127707

Per Appendix C clause 4 of the License Agreement for NLM Data, licensees whose products/services/applications are not based upon a static version of the data, but rather are updated on a regular or irregular basis are to take reasonable steps to make known dosage errors in abstracts or retracted or partially retracted publications within thirty (30) days from the date such records are distributed by NLM.

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Filename: medline16n1025.xml --- Created: Fri Apr 29 17:12:53 EDT 2016

This information will also be posted in the MEDLINE/PubMed Update Chart for 2016 at //www.nlm.nih.gov/bsd/licensee/table_rev.html.

  1. CORRECTED DOSAGE ERROR IN ARTICLES
    There were dosage errors corrected in either the abstract or the full text of the articles cited in the PMIDs listed below. The publishers of the journal in which these articles appeared published an errata notice correcting the dosage errors.

    24550026

    Accordingly, NLM revised the records to note the errata. The revised records were distributed to licensees in 2016 update files. Records with corrected dosage errors contain the <CommentsCorrections> group of elements with RefType attribute value of <ErratumIn>. The citations of the articles containing the erratum notices reside in the <RefSource> element and, optionally, there may be a notation about the correction in the <Note> element and/or the PMID of the citation containing the erratum notice in the <PMID> element.

  2. RETRACTION OF PUBLICATION
    It is NLM's policy to add records that are retractions or partial retractions of previously published articles. The value Retraction of Publication is placed in the <PublicationType> element on citations that are retracting an article or part of an article. In addition, these records contain the <CommentsCorrections> group of elements with RefType attribute value of RetractionOf or PartialRetractionOf. The citation of the article being retracted or partially retracted resides in the <RefSource> element and the PMID of the retracted citation resides in the <PMID> element in the <CommentsCorrections> element group. Records for the publications being retracted or partially retracted are edited to contain corresponding <CommentsCorrections> elements with RefType value of RetractionIn or PartialRetractionIn and also an occasional clarifying <Note> element.

    The following records from the file covered in this message are retractions or partial retractions of publications. They are copied from PubMed today along with the citations to the items they retract:

Retracted Publication PMID: Retraction of Publication PMID:
12960143 26728412
22593708 27110591
22033423 26631163
23173612 27121866
23173650 27121967
23203171 26746226
23243546 27110423
23351334 27117180
24267104 27122049
24268031 27122153
25097874 27110592
26357515 27110244
24463259 26732301
26949460 27114789
25909575 26544770

Per Appendix C clause 4 of the License Agreement for NLM Data, licensees whose products/services/applications are not based upon a static version of the data, but rather are updated on a regular or irregular basis are to take reasonable steps to make known dosage errors in abstracts or retracted or partially retracted publications within thirty (30) days from the date such records are distributed by NLM.

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Filename: medline16n1018.xml --- Created: Fri Apr 22 17:29:57 EDT 2016

This information will also be posted in the MEDLINE/PubMed Update Chart for 2016 at //www.nlm.nih.gov/bsd/licensee/table_rev.html.

  1. CORRECTED DOSAGE ERROR IN ARTICLES
    There were dosage errors corrected in either the abstract or the full text of the articles cited in the PMIDs listed below. The publishers of the journal in which these articles appeared published an errata notice correcting the dosage errors.

    26467427   16628099

    Accordingly, NLM revised the records to note the errata. The revised records were distributed to licensees in 2016 update files. Records with corrected dosage errors contain the <CommentsCorrections> group of elements with RefType attribute value of <ErratumIn>. The citations of the articles containing the erratum notices reside in the <RefSource> element and, optionally, there may be a notation about the correction in the <Note> element and/or the PMID of the citation containing the erratum notice in the <PMID> element.

  2. RETRACTION OF PUBLICATION
    It is NLM's policy to add records that are retractions or partial retractions of previously published articles. The value Retraction of Publication is placed in the <PublicationType> element on citations that are retracting an article or part of an article. In addition, these records contain the <CommentsCorrections> group of elements with RefType attribute value of RetractionOf or PartialRetractionOf. The citation of the article being retracted or partially retracted resides in the <RefSource> element and the PMID of the retracted citation resides in the <PMID> element in the <CommentsCorrections> element group. Records for the publications being retracted or partially retracted are edited to contain corresponding <CommentsCorrections> elements with RefType value of RetractionIn or PartialRetractionIn and also an occasional clarifying <Note> element.

    The following records from the file covered in this message are retractions or partial retractions of publications. They are copied from PubMed today along with the citations to the items they retract:

Retracted Publication PMID: Retraction of Publication PMID:
19809816 27032952
23719796 27076434
23956538 27099432
23899691 26045582
26214776 26698236
26210577 27096141
26382927 27086732

Per Appendix C clause 4 of the License Agreement for NLM Data, licensees whose products/services/applications are not based upon a static version of the data, but rather are updated on a regular or irregular basis are to take reasonable steps to make known dosage errors in abstracts or retracted or partially retracted publications within thirty (30) days from the date such records are distributed by NLM.

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Filename: medline16n1011.xml --- Created: Fri Apr 15 17:22:22 EDT 2016

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RETRACTION OF PUBLICATION
It is NLM's policy to add records that are retractions or partial retractions of previously published articles. The value Retraction of Publication is placed in the <PublicationType> element on citations that are retracting an article or part of an article. In addition, these records contain the <CommentsCorrections> group of elements with RefType attribute value of RetractionOf or PartialRetractionOf. The citation of the article being retracted or partially retracted resides in the <RefSource> element and the PMID of the retracted citation resides in the <PMID> element in the <CommentsCorrections> element group. Records for the publications being retracted or partially retracted are edited to contain corresponding <CommentsCorrections> elements with RefType value of RetractionIn or PartialRetractionIn and also an occasional clarifying <Note> element.

The following records from the file covered in this message are retractions or partial retractions of publications. They are copied from PubMed today along with the citations to the items they retract:

Retracted Publication PMID: Retraction of Publication PMID:
11371485 27073822
17051152 26727161
20851419 27070002
22621320 27060107
24049119 26628114
24624312 27069761
25412149 26573409
26167307 27069696
26609492 27073730
26955216 27076740

Per Appendix C clause 4 of the License Agreement for NLM Data, licensees whose products/services/applications are not based upon a static version of the data, but rather are updated on a regular or irregular basis are to take reasonable steps to make known dosage errors in abstracts or retracted or partially retracted publications within thirty (30) days from the date such records are distributed by NLM.

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Filename: medline16n1004.xml --- Created: Fri Apr 08 17:16:06 EDT 2016

This information will also be posted in the MEDLINE/PubMed Update Chart for 2016 at //www.nlm.nih.gov/bsd/licensee/table_rev.html.

  1. CORRECTED DOSAGE ERROR IN ARTICLES
    There were dosage errors corrected in either the abstract or the full text of the articles cited in the PMIDs listed below. The publishers of the journal in which these articles appeared published an errata notice correcting the dosage errors.

    23916479

    Accordingly, NLM revised the records to note the errata. The revised records were distributed to licensees in 2016 update files. Records with corrected dosage errors contain the <CommentsCorrections> group of elements with RefType attribute value of <ErratumIn>. The citations of the articles containing the erratum notices reside in the <RefSource> element and, optionally, there may be a notation about the correction in the <Note> element and/or the PMID of the citation containing the erratum notice in the <PMID> element.

  2. RETRACTION OF PUBLICATION
    It is NLM's policy to add records that are retractions or partial retractions of previously published articles. The value Retraction of Publication is placed in the <PublicationType> element on citations that are retracting an article or part of an article. In addition, these records contain the <CommentsCorrections> group of elements with RefType attribute value of RetractionOf or PartialRetractionOf. The citation of the article being retracted or partially retracted resides in the <RefSource> element and the PMID of the retracted citation resides in the <PMID> element in the <CommentsCorrections> element group. Records for the publications being retracted or partially retracted are edited to contain corresponding <CommentsCorrections> elements with RefType value of RetractionIn or PartialRetractionIn and also an occasional clarifying <Note> element.

    The following records from the file covered in this message are retractions or partial retractions of publications. They are copied from PubMed today along with the citations to the items they retract:

Retracted Publication PMID: Retraction of Publication PMID:
21684833 27035681
23293498 27041920
23527800 26619518
23358926 26992906
24808698 27041921
24592997 26670711
25134438 26646760
24979649 26670712
25593356 27053817
26904742 27042690

Per Appendix C clause 4 of the License Agreement for NLM Data, licensees whose products/services/applications are not based upon a static version of the data, but rather are updated on a regular or irregular basis are to take reasonable steps to make known dosage errors in abstracts or retracted or partially retracted publications within thirty (30) days from the date such records are distributed by NLM.

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Filename: medline16n0997.xml --- Created: Fri Apr 01 17:30:29 EDT 2016

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  1. CORRECTED DOSAGE ERROR IN ARTICLES
    There were dosage errors corrected in either the abstract or the full text of the articles cited in the PMIDs listed below. The publishers of the journal in which these articles appeared published an errata notice correcting the dosage errors.

    21858793

    Accordingly, NLM revised the records to note the errata. The revised records were distributed to licensees in 2016 update files. Records with corrected dosage errors contain the <CommentsCorrections> group of elements with RefType attribute value of <ErratumIn>. The citations of the articles containing the erratum notices reside in the <RefSource> element and, optionally, there may be a notation about the correction in the <Note> element and/or the PMID of the citation containing the erratum notice in the <PMID> element.

  2. RETRACTION OF PUBLICATION
    It is NLM's policy to add records that are retractions or partial retractions of previously published articles. The value Retraction of Publication is placed in the <PublicationType> element on citations that are retracting an article or part of an article. In addition, these records contain the <CommentsCorrections> group of elements with RefType attribute value of RetractionOf or PartialRetractionOf. The citation of the article being retracted or partially retracted resides in the <RefSource> element and the PMID of the retracted citation resides in the <PMID> element in the <CommentsCorrections> element group. Records for the publications being retracted or partially retracted are edited to contain corresponding <CommentsCorrections> elements with RefType value of RetractionIn or PartialRetractionIn and also an occasional clarifying <Note> element.

    The following records from the file covered in this message are retractions or partial retractions of publications. They are copied from PubMed today along with the citations to the items they retract:

Retracted Publication PMID: Retraction of Publication PMID:
11069612 27022650
12801598 26652715
15897362 26656806
16670129 26544534
16670135 26544086
19319649 26879970
20133513 26957536
22864937 26879970
23140641 26973995
23535800 26640137
24549759 26922080
24780366 27030851
25528576 Braz J Infect Dis. 2015 Nov-Dec;19(6):678. 
26293015 Transplant Proc. doi/10.1016/j.transproceed.2015.03.049
25537824 Br J Pharmacol. doi/10.1111/bph.13054
26525076 26842315
26602357 Braz J Biol. doi/10.1590/1519-6984.20813
25232713 26658040

Per Appendix C clause 4 of the License Agreement for NLM Data, licensees whose products/services/applications are not based upon a static version of the data, but rather are updated on a regular or irregular basis are to take reasonable steps to make known dosage errors in abstracts or retracted or partially retracted publications within thirty (30) days from the date such records are distributed by NLM.

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  1. CORRECTED DOSAGE ERROR IN ARTICLES
    There were dosage errors corrected in either the abstract or the full text of the articles cited in the PMIDs listed below. The publishers of the journal in which these articles appeared published an errata notice correcting the dosage errors.

    26012683    22315278    24315698

    Accordingly, NLM revised the records to note the errata. The revised records were distributed to licensees in 2016 update files. Records with corrected dosage errors contain the <CommentsCorrections> group of elements with RefType attribute value of <ErratumIn>. The citations of the articles containing the erratum notices reside in the <RefSource> element and, optionally, there may be a notation about the correction in the <Note> element and/or the PMID of the citation containing the erratum notice in the <PMID> element.

  2. RETRACTION OF PUBLICATION
    It is NLM's policy to add records that are retractions or partial retractions of previously published articles. The value Retraction of Publication is placed in the <PublicationType> element on citations that are retracting an article or part of an article. In addition, these records contain the <CommentsCorrections> group of elements with RefType attribute value of RetractionOf or PartialRetractionOf. The citation of the article being retracted or partially retracted resides in the <RefSource> element and the PMID of the retracted citation resides in the <PMID> element in the <CommentsCorrections> element group. Records for the publications being retracted or partially retracted are edited to contain corresponding <CommentsCorrections> elements with RefType value of RetractionIn or PartialRetractionIn and also an occasional clarifying <Note> element.

    The following records from the file covered in this message are retractions or partial retractions of publications. They are copied from PubMed today along with the citations to the items they retract:

Retracted Publication PMID: Retraction of Publication PMID:
21804710 27006570
24292656 26712152
24698975 Hum Mol Genet. doi/10.1093/hmg/ddu558
26814460 27008263

Per Appendix C clause 4 of the License Agreement for NLM Data, licensees whose products/services/applications are not based upon a static version of the data, but rather are updated on a regular or irregular basis are to take reasonable steps to make known dosage errors in abstracts or retracted or partially retracted publications within thirty (30) days from the date such records are distributed by NLM.

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Filename: medline16n0983.xml --- Created: Fri Mar 18 17:23:12 EDT 2016

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RETRACTION OF PUBLICATION
It is NLM's policy to add records that are retractions or partial retractions of previously published articles. The value Retraction of Publication is placed in the <PublicationType> element on citations that are retracting an article or part of an article. In addition, these records contain the <CommentsCorrections> group of elements with RefType attribute value of RetractionOf or PartialRetractionOf. The citation of the article being retracted or partially retracted resides in the <RefSource> element and the PMID of the retracted citation resides in the <PMID> element in the <CommentsCorrections> element group. Records for the publications being retracted or partially retracted are edited to contain corresponding <CommentsCorrections> elements with RefType value of RetractionIn or PartialRetractionIn and also an occasional clarifying <Note> element.

The following records from the file covered in this message are retractions or partial retractions of publications. They are copied from PubMed today along with the citations to the items they retract:

Retracted Publication PMID: Retraction of Publication PMID:
17240359 26985469
19682434 26985467
19735646 26985465
20105430 26985468
19817545 26430839
20599780 26985464
21151464 26967489
21158857 26176032
21820422 26985463
21924245 26985466
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23176341 26430840
23378602 26621967
26027705 26632205
26525076 26842315

Per Appendix C clause 4 of the License Agreement for NLM Data, licensees whose products/services/applications are not based upon a static version of the data, but rather are updated on a regular or irregular basis are to take reasonable steps to make known dosage errors in abstracts or retracted or partially retracted publications within thirty (30) days from the date such records are distributed by NLM.

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RETRACTION OF PUBLICATION
It is NLM's policy to add records that are retractions or partial retractions of previously published articles. The value Retraction of Publication is placed in the <PublicationType> element on citations that are retracting an article or part of an article. In addition, these records contain the <CommentsCorrections> group of elements with RefType attribute value of RetractionOf or PartialRetractionOf. The citation of the article being retracted or partially retracted resides in the <RefSource> element and the PMID of the retracted citation resides in the <PMID> element in the <CommentsCorrections> element group. Records for the publications being retracted or partially retracted are edited to contain corresponding <CommentsCorrections> elements with RefType value of RetractionIn or PartialRetractionIn and also an occasional clarifying <Note> element.

The following records from the file covered in this message are retractions or partial retractions of publications. They are copied from PubMed today along with the citations to the items they retract:

Retracted Publication PMID: Retraction of Publication PMID:
16623054 26950949
18725986 26949388
21776362 26949560
24315928 26949768
23271203 25062784
24744723 26941636
26201130 26950950
26613329 Rev Environ Health. doi/10.1515/reveh-2015-0033
26712967 26957718
26730579 26943177
25966647 26595373

Per Appendix C clause 4 of the License Agreement for NLM Data, licensees whose products/services/applications are not based upon a static version of the data, but rather are updated on a regular or irregular basis are to take reasonable steps to make known dosage errors in abstracts or retracted or partially retracted publications within thirty (30) days from the date such records are distributed by NLM.

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RETRACTION OF PUBLICATION
It is NLM's policy to add records that are retractions or partial retractions of previously published articles. The value Retraction of Publication is placed in the <PublicationType> element on citations that are retracting an article or part of an article. In addition, these records contain the <CommentsCorrections> group of elements with RefType attribute value of RetractionOf or PartialRetractionOf. The citation of the article being retracted or partially retracted resides in the <RefSource> element and the PMID of the retracted citation resides in the <PMID> element in the <CommentsCorrections> element group. Records for the publications being retracted or partially retracted are edited to contain corresponding <CommentsCorrections> elements with RefType value of RetractionIn or PartialRetractionIn and also an occasional clarifying <Note> element.

The following records from the file covered in this message are retractions or partial retractions of publications. They are copied from PubMed today along with the citations to the items they retract:

Retracted Publication PMID: Retraction of Publication PMID:
16949543 26925476
17535111 26914537
19876475 26917883
19876456 26917882
19966961 26917882
20049300 26917883
23510487 26572052
23547983 26561278
24447880 26610849
24632471 26754916
25861171 26917881
25911342 26430705
25921029 26929973
25592551 26839122

Per Appendix C clause 4 of the License Agreement for NLM Data, licensees whose products/services/applications are not based upon a static version of the data, but rather are updated on a regular or irregular basis are to take reasonable steps to make known dosage errors in abstracts or retracted or partially retracted publications within thirty (30) days from the date such records are distributed by NLM.

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RETRACTION OF PUBLICATION
It is NLM's policy to add records that are retractions or partial retractions of previously published articles. The value Retraction of Publication is placed in the <PublicationType> element on citations that are retracting an article or part of an article. In addition, these records contain the <CommentsCorrections> group of elements with RefType attribute value of RetractionOf or PartialRetractionOf. The citation of the article being retracted or partially retracted resides in the <RefSource> element and the PMID of the retracted citation resides in the <PMID> element in the <CommentsCorrections> element group. Records for the publications being retracted or partially retracted are edited to contain corresponding <CommentsCorrections> elements with RefType value of RetractionIn or PartialRetractionIn and also an occasional clarifying <Note> element.

The following records from the file covered in this message are retractions or partial retractions of publications. They are copied from PubMed today along with the citations to the items they retract:

Retracted Publication PMID: Retraction of Publication PMID:
15087507 26912692
16603445 26902673
19255635 26912955
19874121 26569407
19798062 26523924
21544169 26912954
23570310 26572602
24570832 26909139
25003729 26708400
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25191109 26912990
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25453499 26514551
25960146 26524103
26101687 26904351
26342122 26708401
26345468 26893570
26648742 26893569

Per Appendix C clause 4 of the License Agreement for NLM Data, licensees whose products/services/applications are not based upon a static version of the data, but rather are updated on a regular or irregular basis are to take reasonable steps to make known dosage errors in abstracts or retracted or partially retracted publications within thirty (30) days from the date such records are distributed by NLM.

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RETRACTION OF PUBLICATION
It is NLM's policy to add records that are retractions or partial retractions of previously published articles. The value Retraction of Publication is placed in the <PublicationType> element on citations that are retracting an article or part of an article. In addition, these records contain the <CommentsCorrections> group of elements with RefType attribute value of RetractionOf or PartialRetractionOf. The citation of the article being retracted or partially retracted resides in the <RefSource> element and the PMID of the retracted citation resides in the <PMID> element in the <CommentsCorrections> element group. Records for the publications being retracted or partially retracted are edited to contain corresponding <CommentsCorrections> elements with RefType value of RetractionIn or PartialRetractionIn and also an occasional clarifying <Note> element.

The following records from the file covered in this message are retractions or partial retractions of publications. They are copied from PubMed today along with the citations to the items they retract:

Retracted Publication PMID: Retraction of Publication PMID:
1359211 26869554
17518577 26559849
21743988 26887313
24374253 26866068
24018781 26238280
24912221 26030366
25313740 26881692
25304269 26825728
26379959 26885245
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Per Appendix C clause 4 of the License Agreement for NLM Data, licensees whose products/services/applications are not based upon a static version of the data, but rather are updated on a regular or irregular basis are to take reasonable steps to make known dosage errors in abstracts or retracted or partially retracted publications within thirty (30) days from the date such records are distributed by NLM.

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RETRACTION OF PUBLICATION
It is NLM's policy to add records that are retractions or partial retractions of previously published articles. The value Retraction of Publication is placed in the <PublicationType> element on citations that are retracting an article or part of an article. In addition, these records contain the <CommentsCorrections> group of elements with RefType attribute value of RetractionOf or PartialRetractionOf. The citation of the article being retracted or partially retracted resides in the <RefSource> element and the PMID of the retracted citation resides in the <PMID> element in the <CommentsCorrections> element group. Records for the publications being retracted or partially retracted are edited to contain corresponding <CommentsCorrections> elements with RefType value of RetractionIn or PartialRetractionIn and also an occasional clarifying <Note> element.

The following records from the file covered in this message are retractions or partial retractions of publications. They are copied from PubMed today along with the citations to the items they retract:

Retracted Publication PMID: Retraction of Publication PMID:
15165381 26540110
18398348 26536094
22559822 25835598
24425880 26546691
25517148 26848493
26088136 26546692
26264060 26743634
26345468 Onco Targets Ther. 2016;9:615-6
26361340 26517279
26389933 26835535
26439925 26650196
26648742 Onco Targets Ther. 2016;9;613-4
26729022 26861895
>26498640 26779649

Per Appendix C clause 4 of the License Agreement for NLM Data, licensees whose products/services/applications are not based upon a static version of the data, but rather are updated on a regular or irregular basis are to take reasonable steps to make known dosage errors in abstracts or retracted or partially retracted publications within thirty (30) days from the date such records are distributed by NLM.

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  1. CORRECTED DOSAGE ERROR IN ARTICLES
    There were dosage errors corrected in either the abstract or the full text of the articles cited in the PMIDs listed below. The publishers of the journal in which these articles appeared published an errata notice correcting the dosage errors.

    23612596

    Accordingly, NLM revised the records to note the errata. The revised records were distributed to licensees in 2016 update files. Records with corrected dosage errors contain the <CommentsCorrections> group of elements with RefType attribute value of <ErratumIn>. The citations of the articles containing the erratum notices reside in the <RefSource> element and, optionally, there may be a notation about the correction in the <Note> element and/or the PMID of the citation containing the erratum notice in the <PMID> element.

  2. RETRACTION OF PUBLICATION
    It is NLM's policy to add records that are retractions or partial retractions of previously published articles. The value Retraction of Publication is placed in the <PublicationType> element on citations that are retracting an article or part of an article. In addition, these records contain the <CommentsCorrections> group of elements with RefType attribute value of RetractionOf or PartialRetractionOf. The citation of the article being retracted or partially retracted resides in the <RefSource> element and the PMID of the retracted citation resides in the <PMID> element in the <CommentsCorrections> element group. Records for the publications being retracted or partially retracted are edited to contain corresponding <CommentsCorrections> elements with RefType value of RetractionIn or PartialRetractionIn and also an occasional clarifying <Note> element.

    The following records from the file covered in this message are retractions or partial retractions of publications. They are copied from PubMed today along with the citations to the items they retract:

Retracted Publication PMID: Retraction of Publication PMID:
2504375 26514599
24122418 26615559
25473210 26839493
25398499 26699833
26261542 26823920
25143332 26699833
17146787 25156458

Per Appendix C clause 4 of the License Agreement for NLM Data, licensees whose products/services/applications are not based upon a static version of the data, but rather are updated on a regular or irregular basis are to take reasonable steps to make known dosage errors in abstracts or retracted or partially retracted publications within thirty (30) days from the date such records are distributed by NLM.

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Filename: medline16n0933.xml--- Created: Fri Jan 29 17:20:08 EST 2016

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  1. CORRECTED DOSAGE ERROR IN ARTICLES
    There were dosage errors corrected in either the abstract or the full text of the articles cited in the PMIDs listed below. The publishers of the journal in which these articles appeared published an errata notice correcting the dosage errors.

    26461998   25077720   25402257

    Accordingly, NLM revised the records to note the errata. The revised records were distributed to licensees in 2016 update files. Records with corrected dosage errors contain the <CommentsCorrections> group of elements with RefType attribute value of <ErratumIn>. The citations of the articles containing the erratum notices reside in the <RefSource> element and, optionally, there may be a notation about the correction in the <Note> element and/or the PMID of the citation containing the erratum notice in the <PMID> element.

  2. RETRACTION OF PUBLICATION
    It is NLM's policy to add records that are retractions or partial retractions of previously published articles. The value Retraction of Publication is placed in the <PublicationType> element on citations that are retracting an article or part of an article. In addition, these records contain the <CommentsCorrections> group of elements with RefType attribute value of RetractionOf or PartialRetractionOf. The citation of the article being retracted or partially retracted resides in the <RefSource> element and the PMID of the retracted citation resides in the <PMID> element in the <CommentsCorrections> element group. Records for the publications being retracted or partially retracted are edited to contain corresponding <CommentsCorrections> elements with RefType value of RetractionIn or PartialRetractionIn and also an occasional clarifying <Note> element.

    The following records from the file covered in this message are retractions or partial retractions of publications. They are copied from PubMed today along with the citations to the items they retract:

Retracted Publication PMID: Retraction of Publication PMID:
7957427 26814330
21343579 26719994
21357420 26500293
21519518 26798395
23858250 26816443
23929437 26476439
24802031 26242544
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Per Appendix C clause 4 of the License Agreement for NLM Data, licensees whose products/services/applications are not based upon a static version of the data, but rather are updated on a regular or irregular basis are to take reasonable steps to make known dosage errors in abstracts or retracted or partially retracted publications within thirty (30) days from the date such records are distributed by NLM.

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  1. CORRECTED DOSAGE ERROR IN ARTICLES
    There were dosage errors corrected in either the abstract or the full text of the articles cited in the PMIDs listed below. The publishers of the journal in which these articles appeared published an errata notice correcting the dosage errors.

    25828570

    Accordingly, NLM revised the records to note the errata. The revised records were distributed to licensees in 2016 update files. Records with corrected dosage errors contain the <CommentsCorrections> group of elements with RefType attribute value of <ErratumIn>. The citations of the articles containing the erratum notices reside in the <RefSource> element and, optionally, there may be a notation about the correction in the <Note> element and/or the PMID of the citation containing the erratum notice in the <PMID> element.

  2. RETRACTION OF PUBLICATION
    It is NLM's policy to add records that are retractions or partial retractions of previously published articles. The value Retraction of Publication is placed in the <PublicationType> element on citations that are retracting an article or part of an article. In addition, these records contain the <CommentsCorrections> group of elements with RefType attribute value of RetractionOf or PartialRetractionOf. The citation of the article being retracted or partially retracted resides in the <RefSource> element and the PMID of the retracted citation resides in the <PMID> element in the <CommentsCorrections> element group. Records for the publications being retracted or partially retracted are edited to contain corresponding <CommentsCorrections> elements with RefType value of RetractionIn or PartialRetractionIn and also an occasional clarifying <Note> element.

    The following records from the file covered in this message are retractions or partial retractions of publications. They are copied from PubMed today along with the citations to the items they retract:

Retracted Publication PMID: Retraction of Publication PMID:
11682002 26790486
17918022 26158643
19360542 Eur J Pediatr Surg. doi/10.1055/s-0029-1214408
23635707 26488514
23749897 26504076
24484146 26765036
24958178 26791673
24999493 26793776
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25615448 26473726
25739827 26738498
26221223 26770646

Per Appendix C clause 4 of the License Agreement for NLM Data, licensees whose products/services/applications are not based upon a static version of the data, but rather are updated on a regular or irregular basis are to take reasonable steps to make known dosage errors in abstracts or retracted or partially retracted publications within thirty (30) days from the date such records are distributed by NLM.

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RETRACTION OF PUBLICATION
It is NLM's policy to add records that are retractions or partial retractions of previously published articles. The value Retraction of Publication is placed in the <PublicationType> element on citations that are retracting an article or part of an article. In addition, these records contain the <CommentsCorrections> group of elements with RefType attribute value of RetractionOf or PartialRetractionOf. The citation of the article being retracted or partially retracted resides in the <RefSource> element and the PMID of the retracted citation resides in the <PMID> element in the <CommentsCorrections> element group. Records for the publications being retracted or partially retracted are edited to contain corresponding <CommentsCorrections> elements with RefType value of RetractionIn or PartialRetractionIn and also an occasional clarifying <Note> element.


The following records from the file covered in this message are retractions or partial retractions of publications. They are copied from PubMed today along with the citations to the items they retract:

Retracted Publication PMID: Retraction of Publication PMID:
11682002 26731798
19077420 26372773
23162364 26752864
25772818 26650200
26431488 26761435
19360542 Eur J Pediatr Surg. doi/10.1055/s-0029-1214408
19155921 Obstet Gynecol. doi/10.1097/AOG.0b013e31819930cc

Per Appendix C clause 4 of the License Agreement for NLM Data, licensees whose products/services/applications are not based upon a static version of the data, but rather are updated on a regular or irregular basis are to take reasonable steps to make known dosage errors in abstracts or retracted or partially retracted publications within thirty (30) days from the date such records are distributed by NLM.

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  1. CORRECTED DOSAGE ERROR IN ARTICLES
    There were dosage errors corrected in either the abstract or the full text of the articles cited in the PMIDs listed below. The publishers of the journal in which these articles appeared published an errata notice correcting the dosage errors.

    25805810

    Accordingly, NLM revised the records to note the errata. The revised records were distributed to licensees in 2016 update files. Records with corrected dosage errors contain the <CommentsCorrections> group of elements with RefType attribute value of <ErratumIn>. The citations of the articles containing the erratum notices reside in the <RefSource> element and, optionally, there may be a notation about the correction in the <Note> element and/or the PMID of the citation containing the erratum notice in the <PMID> element.

  2. RETRACTION OF PUBLICATION
    It is NLM's policy to add records that are retractions or partial retractions of previously published articles. The value Retraction of Publication is placed in the <PublicationType> element on citations that are retracting an article or part of an article. In addition, these records contain the <CommentsCorrections> group of elements with RefType attribute value of RetractionOf or PartialRetractionOf. The citation of the article being retracted or partially retracted resides in the <RefSource> element and the PMID of the retracted citation resides in the <PMID> element in the <CommentsCorrections> element group. Records for the publications being retracted or partially retracted are edited to contain corresponding <CommentsCorrections> elements with RefType value of RetractionIn or PartialRetractionIn and also an occasional clarifying <Note> element.

    The following records from the file covered in this message are retractions or partial retractions of publications. They are copied from PubMed today along with the citations to the items they retract:

Retracted Publication PMID: Retraction of Publication PMID:
17911499 26594834
23286295 26714868
25183408 26573849
25124921 26740980
25687447 26446383
26045804 26722609
26125252 26439020
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26617705 26722610

Per Appendix C clause 4 of the License Agreement for NLM Data, licensees whose products/services/applications are not based upon a static version of the data, but rather are updated on a regular or irregular basis are to take reasonable steps to make known dosage errors in abstracts or retracted or partially retracted publications within thirty (30) days from the date such records are distributed by NLM.

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Filename: medline16n0906.xml--- Created: Thu Dec 31 17:08:37 EST 2015

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RETRACTION OF PUBLICATION
It is NLM's policy to add records that are retractions or partial retractions of previously published articles. The value Retraction of Publication is placed in the <PublicationType> element on citations that are retracting an article or part of an article. In addition, these records contain the <CommentsCorrections> group of elements with RefType attribute value of RetractionOf or PartialRetractionOf. The citation of the article being retracted or partially retracted resides in the <RefSource> element and the PMID of the retracted citation resides in the <PMID> element in the <CommentsCorrections> element group. Records for the publications being retracted or partially retracted are edited to contain corresponding <CommentsCorrections> elements with RefType value of RetractionIn or PartialRetractionIn and also an occasional clarifying <Note> element.


The following records from the file covered in this message are retractions or partial retractions of publications. They are copied from PubMed today along with the citations to the items they retract:

Retracted Publication PMID: Retraction of Publication PMID:
18022165 26709408
20543006 26429905
20686021 26719561
24807724 26719562
25003729 26708400
26025404 26718597
26342122 26708401
18022165 26709408
20543006 26429905
20686021 26719561
24807724 26719562
25003729 26708400
26025404 26718597
26342122 26708401

Per Appendix C clause 4 of the License Agreement for NLM Data, licensees whose products/services/applications are not based upon a static version of the data, but rather are updated on a regular or irregular basis are to take reasonable steps to make known dosage errors in abstracts or retracted or partially retracted publications within thirty (30) days from the date such records are distributed by NLM.

Filename: medline16n0893.xml --- Created: Fri Dec 18 17:10:33 EST 2015

Through

Filename: medline16n0899.xml--- Created: Thu Dec 24 17:09:41 EST 2015

This information will also be posted in the MEDLINE/PubMed Update Chart for 2016 at //www.nlm.nih.gov/bsd/licensee/table_rev.html.

RETRACTION OF PUBLICATION
It is NLM's policy to add records that are retractions or partial retractions of previously published articles. The value Retraction of Publication is placed in the <PublicationType> element on citations that are retracting an article or part of an article. In addition, these records contain the <CommentsCorrections> group of elements with RefType attribute value of RetractionOf or PartialRetractionOf. The citation of the article being retracted or partially retracted resides in the <RefSource> element and the PMID of the retracted citation resides in the <PMID> element in the <CommentsCorrections> element group. Records for the publications being retracted or partially retracted are edited to contain corresponding <CommentsCorrections> elements with RefType value of RetractionIn or PartialRetractionIn and also an occasional clarifying <Note> element.


The following records from the file covered in this message are retractions or partial retractions of publications. They are copied from PubMed today along with the citations to the items they retract:

Retracted Publication PMID: Retraction of Publication PMID:
19490905 26693524
21933391 26653257
23786753 24280413
23887086 26291479
23999817 26291479
24707179 25848289
24259496 26291479
26272905 26680185
25143332 25526914
25143332 25526915
25143332 25628313
25143332 25644131
25143332 25644132
25143332 25650383
25143332 26699833
26522065 26690972
26602357 24519528
26291479 21844133
21844133 22328680

Per Appendix C clause 4 of the License Agreement for NLM Data, licensees whose products/services/applications are not based upon a static version of the data, but rather are updated on a regular or irregular basis are to take reasonable steps to make known dosage errors in abstracts or retracted or partially retracted publications within thirty (30) days from the date such records are distributed by NLM.

Filename: medline16n0886.xml --- Created: Mon Dec 14 14:12:10 EST 2015

Through

Filename: medline16n0892.xml--- Created: Thu Dec 17 17:14:40 EST 2015

This information will also be posted in the MEDLINE/PubMed Update Chart for 2016 at //www.nlm.nih.gov/bsd/licensee/table_rev.html.

RETRACTION OF PUBLICATION
It is NLM's policy to add records that are retractions or partial retractions of previously published articles. The value Retraction of Publication is placed in the <PublicationType> element on citations that are retracting an article or part of an article. In addition, these records contain the <CommentsCorrections> group of elements with RefType attribute value of RetractionOf or PartialRetractionOf. The citation of the article being retracted or partially retracted resides in the <RefSource> element and the PMID of the retracted citation resides in the <PMID> element in the <CommentsCorrections> element group. Records for the publications being retracted or partially retracted are edited to contain corresponding <CommentsCorrections> elements with RefType value of RetractionIn or PartialRetractionIn and also an occasional clarifying <Note> element.


The following records from the file covered in this message are retractions or partial retractions of publications. They are copied from PubMed today along with the citations to the items they retract:

Retracted Publication PMID: Retraction of Publication PMID:
15222900 26542699
16468955 26382208
16539626 26382207
18182067 26411639
23067117 26280271
23785291 26394159
24267004 25588347
24053532 24702038

Per Appendix C clause 4 of the License Agreement for NLM Data, licensees whose products/services/applications are not based upon a static version of the data, but rather are updated on a regular or irregular basis are to take reasonable steps to make known dosage errors in abstracts or retracted or partially retracted publications within thirty (30) days from the date such records are distributed by NLM.

Filename: medline16n0813.xml --- Created: Thu Dec 10 10:09:53 EST 2015

Through

Filename: medline16n0885.xml--- Created: Thu Dec 10 14:43:34 EST 2015

This information will also be posted in the MEDLINE/PubMed Update Chart for 2016 at //www.nlm.nih.gov/bsd/licensee/table_rev.html.

  1. CORRECTED DOSAGE ERROR IN ARTICLES
    There were dosage errors corrected in either the abstract or the full text of the articles cited in the PMIDs listed below. The publishers of the journal in which these articles appeared published an errata notice correcting the dosage errors.

    25147200   21487327

    Accordingly, NLM revised the records to note the errata. The revised records were distributed to licensees in 2016 update files. Records with corrected dosage errors contain the <CommentsCorrections> group of elements with RefType attribute value of <ErratumIn>. The citations of the articles containing the erratum notices reside in the <RefSource> element and, optionally, there may be a notation about the correction in the <Note> element and/or the PMID of the citation containing the erratum notice in the <PMID> element.

  2. RETRACTION OF PUBLICATION
    It is NLM's policy to add records that are retractions or partial retractions of previously published articles. The value Retraction of Publication is placed in the <PublicationType> element on citations that are retracting an article or part of an article. In addition, these records contain the <CommentsCorrections> group of elements with RefType attribute value of RetractionOf or PartialRetractionOf. The citation of the article being retracted or partially retracted resides in the <RefSource> element and the PMID of the retracted citation resides in the <PMID> element in the <CommentsCorrections> element group. Records for the publications being retracted or partially retracted are edited to contain corresponding <CommentsCorrections> elements with RefType value of RetractionIn or PartialRetractionIn and also an occasional clarifying <Note> element.

    The following records from the file covered in this message are retractions or partial retractions of publications. They are copied from PubMed today along with the citations to the items they retract:

Retracted Publication PMID: Retraction of Publication PMID:
11673460 26341883
14990569 26341884
15825163 26252813
16966336 26590296
18029351 26590295
21183666 26581823
22606602 26576313
22669246 26330403
22893106 26369659
23087725 26604967
22311103 25293635
23129185 26252812
23806371 26601327
23814440 26600689
23687300 26590294
24611076 26576205
24397981 26358112
25598076 26310234
25522150 26335110
15294900 26614781
19430463 26524526
19742250 26628834
21545182 26289638
23806371 26619518
24954350 26632414
25351391 26567165
25542007 26407228
25833675 26377135
25947405 26612310
26125252 26309691
26629258 26081810
26432402 15590672
26254270 15319429
26254271 24398674
26254272 25341695
26076740 26215541
2380905  
18923178 26630147
22749558 26640839
23815562 26394772
24027534 26640443
24504547 26238072
23750740 26391542
24053532 24702038
24792451  
25941993 26274341
26075016 26635890
26539076 26635518
24666781 24750335
25543292  

Per Appendix C clause 4 of the License Agreement for NLM Data, licensees whose products/services/applications are not based upon a static version of the data, but rather are updated on a regular or irregular basis are to take reasonable steps to make known dosage errors in abstracts or retracted or partially retracted publications within thirty (30) days from the date such records are distributed by NLM.

Filename: medline16n0813.xml --- Created: Thu Dec 10 10:09:53 EST 2015


This information will also be posted in the MEDLINE/PubMed Update Chart for 2016 at //www.nlm.nih.gov/bsd/licensee/table_rev.html.

  1. FIRST UPDATE FILES FOR 2016
    Files medline16n0813.xml through medline16n0885.xml are the first MEDLINE/PubMed update files to use the 2016 MeSH Vocabulary and the current NLM MEDLINE DTD dated January 1, 2016. They are referred to as ‘catch-up’ files and include In-process and new In- Data-Review Status records plus records in MEDLINE, OLDMEDLINE, and PubMed-not-MEDLINE MedlineCitation status which have been completed or maintained since the last file for the 2015 production year containing records in these statuses was available to licensees on November 19, 2015. PMIDs for deleted records had not been exported during this time and resume with the catch-up files. Update files for 2016 continue on a regular basis at noon seven days a week, beginning with file medline16n0886.

  2. SPECIAL FILE CONTAINING PMIDS OF RECORDS IN PUBMED AND NOT DISTRIBUTED TO LICENSEES
    A text file containing PMIDs of records in MedlineCitation Status = In-Process and MedlineCitation Status = In-Data-Review that have been retained in the 2016 version of PubMed at the time the 2016 baseline files were loaded and that are not exported to licensees in the first batch of update files is available. Most of these records will eventually be exported in update files as completed records in MedlineCitation Status = MEDLINE or MedlineCitation Status = PubMed-not-MEDLINE or as deleted PMIDs in DeleteCitationSet. Licensees who wish to create a database as close as possible to the current record content in PubMed may wish to include these records now.

    The file, named SpecialPubMedPMIDList_2016.txt, resides in the update file directory. Licensees may use the Entrez Utilities (//www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK25500/) to download the records using the list of PMIDs.


    *IMPORTANT*: If you elect to add these records to your version of MEDLINE/PubMed, they must be added either 1) immediately after the baseline files and before any update files or, 2) immediately after update files, medline16n0813 through medline16n0885, to ensure retaining the most current version of those records as subsequent update files are loaded. DO NOT add the records identified in SpecialPubMedPMIDList_2016.txt after you have processed medline16n0886 as this may result in retention of an earlier and inaccurate version of the records.

  3. PROCESSING RECORDS IN UPDATE FILES
    Large numbers of records involving various types of maintenance may be distributed in update files throughout the year. Update files should be processed in ascending numeric order based on file name after the baseline files (medline16n0001 through medline16n0812). Follow the instructions in item 2 above if you opt to add the records identified in the optional SpecialPubMedList_2016.txt. See //www.nlm.nih.gov/bsd/licensee/medline_maintenance.html for an overview of maintenance of MEDLINE/PubMed records at NLM and points to consider for processing update files.

  4. DOCUMENTATION
    MEDLINE/PubMed licensees should periodically check //www.nlm.nih.gov/bsd/licensee/medpmmenu.html for announcements and documentation. The direct link for the MEDLINE/PubMed Update Chart for 2016 which summarizes update files is available at //www.nlm.nih.gov/bsd/licensee/table_rev.html. The XML data element descriptions documentation is at //www.nlm.nih.gov/bsd/licensee/data_elements_doc.html.

SpecialPubMedPMIDList_2016_notes.txt

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This file named SpecialPubMedPMIDList_2016.txt contains 54 PMIDs records in MedlineCitation Status = In-Process and MedlineCitation Status = In-Data-Review that have been retained in the 2016 version of PubMed at the time the 2016 baseline files were loaded and that are not exported to licensees in the first batch of update files, medline16n0813 through medline16n0885. These records should eventually be exported in update files as completed records in MedlineCitation Status = MEDLINE or MedlineCitation Status = PubMed-not-MEDLINE, or as deleted PMIDs in DeleteCitationSet. Licensees who wish to create a database as close as possible to the current record content in PubMed on December 15, 2015 may wish to include these records.

Licensees may use the Entrez Utilities (//www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/b ooks/NBK25500/) to download the records using the list of PMIDs.

*IMPORTANT*: If you elect to add these records to your version of MEDLINE/PubMed, they must be added either 1) immediately after the baseline files and before any update files or, 2) immediately after update files, medline16n0813 through medline16n0885, to ensure retaining the most current version of those records as subsequent update files are loaded. DO NOT add the records identified in SpecialPubMedPMIDList_2016.txt after you have processed medline16n0886 as this may result in retention of an earlier and inaccurate version of the records.