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Subject Coverage Related Search Aids DIALINDEX/OneSearch Categories Basic Index Rank Rates
Tips Document Types Indexed Contact Additional Indexes Map
Print Counterparts Geographic Coverage Terms and Conditions Limit Predefined Format Options


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BIOSIS Previews® contains citations from Biological Abstracts® (BA), and Biological Abstracts/Reports, Reviews, and Meetings® (BA/RRM) (formerly BioResearch Index®), the major publications of BIOSIS®. Together, these publications constitute the major English- language service providing comprehensive worldwide coverage of research in the biological and biomedical sciences. Biological Abstracts includes approximately 350,000 accounts of original research yearly from nearly 5,000 primary journal and monograph titles. Biological Abstracts/RRM includes an additional 200,000+ citations a year from meeting abstracts, reviews, books, book chapters, notes, letters, and selected reports.

U.S. patents are included in some archive records (1926-1968), from 1986-1989, and from 1994 to the present. Abstracts are available in archive records and from 1976 forward. Archive data is the digitized content of the print Biological Abstracts, volumes 1-49.



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Print Counterparts [top]

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Dialog File Data [top]

Dates Covered: 1926 to present (File 5)
1993 to the present (File 55)
1969 to present (File 525)
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File Size: More than 22M records as of July 2013 (File 5)
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Document Types Indexed [top]

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DialIndex/OneSearch Categories [top]

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SAMPLE RECORD [top]

JOURNAL ARTICLE RECORD

    DIALOG(R)File 5:BIOSIS Previews 
    (c) 2003 BIOSIS.All rts. reserv. 
     
  AA=  0001486824   BIOSIS NO.: 200200631789 
  /TI   Discrimination of four Japanese Tetranychus species (Acari: Tetranychidae) 
     using PCR-RFLP of the inter-transcribed spacer region of nuclear 
     ribosomal DNA 
  AU=  AUTHOR: Osakabe Mh (Reprint); Hirose Takuya; Sato Masaru 
  CS=  AUTHOR ADDRESS: Laboratory of Ecological Information, Graduate School of 
      Agriculture, Kyoto University, Kyoto, 606-8502, Japan, Japan**Japan 
  JN=,PY=,SO=  JOURNAL: Applied Entomology and Zoology  37 (3): p399-407 August 2002 2002 
    2002 
    MEDIUM: print 
  SN=  ISSN: 0003-6862 
  DT=  DOCUMENT TYPE: Article 
  RT=  RECORD TYPE: Abstract 
  LA=  LANGUAGE: English 
     
  /AB  ABSTRACT: To establish diagnostic DNA markers useful for discriminating 
      economically important Tetranychus species, especially T. kanzawai, from 
      other species of the urticae complex, we sequenced the ribosomal ITS 
      region, including ITS1, 5.8S, and ITS2, of four Tetranychus species and 
      analyzed recognition sites of restriction endonucleases. We established 
      genetic criteria for discriminating T. kanzawai, T. urticae, T. 
      pueraricola and T. ludeni using PCR-RFLP. We propose the establishment of 
      a worldwide PCR-RFLP catalogue. 
     
  RN=,/NA,NA=  REGISTRY NUMBERS: 9075-08-5: restriction endonucleases 
    DESCRIPTORS: 
  /DE,/MC    MAJOR CONCEPTS: Molecular Genetics--Biochemistry and Molecular Biophysics 
        ; Systematics and Taxonomy 
  BN=,/DE,/OI,OI=    BIOSYSTEMATIC NAMES: Acarina--Chelicerata, Arthropoda, Invertebrata, 
        Animalia 
  /DE,/OI,OI=    ORGANISMS: Tetranychus kanzawai (Acarina)--Acari,  Tetranychidae; 
        Tetranychus ludeni (Acarina)--Acari,  Tetranychidae; Tetranychus 
        pueraricola (Acarina)--Acari,  Tetranychidae; Tetranychus urticae 
        (Acarina)--Acari,  Tetranychidae 
  BC=,/DE,/OI,OI=    COMMON TAXONOMIC TERMS: Animals; Arthropods; 
        Chelicerates; Invertebrates 
  /DE,/NA,NA=,/SY,SY=    CHEMICALS & BIOCHEMICALS:   restriction endonucleases 
  /DE,/SQ,SQ=  MOLECULAR SEQUENCE DATABANK NUMBER: AB076369--Genbank,  EMBL,  DDBJ, amino 
        acid sequence, nucleotide sequence; AB076370--Genbank,  EMBL,  DDBJ, 
        amino acid sequence, nucleotide sequence; AB076371--Genbank,  EMBL, 
        DDBJ, amino acid sequence, nucleotide sequence; AB076372--Genbank, 
        EMBL,  DDBJ, amino acid sequence, nucleotide sequence 
  /DE,/GE,GE=    GENE NAME: Tetranychus kanzawai 5.8S nrDNA gene (Acarina); Tetranychus 
        kanzawai ITS1 nrDNA gene (Acarina); Tetranychus kanzawai ITS2 nrDNA 
        gene (Acarina); Tetranychus ludeni 5.8S nrDNA gene (Acarina); 
        Tetranychus ludeni ITS1 nrDNA gene (Acarina); Tetranychus ludeni ITS2 
        nrDNA gene (Acarina); Tetranychus pueraricola 5.8S nrDNA gene (Acarina) 
        ; Tetranychus pueraricola ITS1 nrDNA gene (Acarina); Tetranychus 
        pueraricola ITS2 nrDNA gene (Acarina); Tetranychus urticae 5.8S nrDNA 
        gene (Acarina); Tetranychus urticae ITS1 nrDNA gene (Acarina); 
        Tetranychus urticae ITS2 nrDNA gene (Acarina) 
  /DE,/MQ    METHODS & EQUIPMENT: PCR-RFLP--DNA amplification method 
  /DE,/MI    MISCELLANEOUS TERMS:   economic entomology 
     
    CONCEPT CODES: 
  CC=,CN=    00504 General biology - Taxonomy, nomenclature and terminology 
      03502 Genetics - General 
      03506 Genetics - Animal 
      10062 Biochemistry studies - Nucleic acids, purines and pyrimidines 
      10064 Biochemistry studies - Proteins, peptides and amino acids 
      60002 Economic entomology - General 
      63596 Invertebrata: general and systematic - Chelicerata: Acarina 
      64060 Invertebrata: comparative, experimental morphology, physiology and 
                 pathology - Arthropoda: chelicerata 
     
    BIOSYSTEMATIC CODES: 
  BC=,BN=    75403 Acarina 
     


SAMPLE CONFERENCE RECORD [top]

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    (c) 2003 BIOSIS.  All rts. reserv. 
     
  AA=  0001472210   BIOSIS NO.: 200200617175 
  /TI   Molecular evolution of enteroinvasive Escherichia coli and Shigella 
  AU=  AUTHOR: Bumbaugh A C (Reprint); Large T M (Reprint); Ouellette L M 
      (Reprint); Whittam T S (Reprint) 
  CS=  AUTHOR ADDRESS: Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI, USA**USA 
  JN=,PY=,SO=  JOURNAL: Abstracts of the General Meeting of the American Society for 
    Microbiology  102 p464 2002 2002 
    MEDIUM: print 
  CT=  CONFERENCE/MEETING: 102nd General Meeting of the American Society for 
  CL=,CY=,DA=  Microbiology  Salt Lake City, UT, USA  May 19-23, 2002; 20020519 
  SP=  SPONSOR: American Society for Microbiology 
  SN=  ISSN: 1060-2011 
  DT=  DOCUMENT TYPE: Meeting; Meeting Abstract 
  RT=  RECORD TYPE: Abstract 
  LA=  LANGUAGE: English 
     
  /AB  ABSTRACT: Enteroinvasive Escherichia coli (EIEC) and Shigella species are 
      bacteria that invade mucosal epithelia of the intestine and are a major 
      cause of dysentery worldwide. To determine the evolutionary relationships 
      of these invasive pathogens to other E. coli pathovars, genetic variation 
      was assessed by DNA sequencing of 13 housekeeping genes in 45 strains. 
      The analysis reveals levels of nucleotide polymorphism ranging from 4% to 
      13% across loci with an average of 6.9%, with a slightly greater level of 
      divergence among invasive strains than seen between other pathogenic 
      groups. Phylogenetic analysis indicates that most Shigella serotypes fall 
      into one of three groups. S. sonnei and the S. dysenteriae serotypes 1 
      and 10 are distinct lineages independent of the other Shigella groups and 
      S. boydii serotype 13 is a highly divergent lineage. The analysis also 
      reveals distinct phylogenetic groups of EIEC with one strain (serotype 
      O144:H-) clustering at the base of the Group 1 Shigella. A second cluster 
      of EIEC includes serotypes O28, O29, O124, and O152 and appears to be 
      closely related to E. coli O111:H21, an atypical enteropathogenic clone 
      whose virulence mechanisms are poorly understood. A third group of EIEC 
      serotypes is most closely related to a Shiga-toxin producing E. coli. Our 
      analysis yielded identical groups of Shigella serotypes as those reported 
      by Pupo and colleagues based on 8 different genes sequenced in 4 regions 
      of the genome. The concordance of two independent studies based on 
      different isolates and different genes shows that the approach is robust 
      and indicates that recombination has not eliminated the phylogenetic 
      signal in the history of divergence of the chromosomal backgrounds. 
     
    DESCRIPTORS: 
  /DE,/MC    MAJOR CONCEPTS: Biochemistry and Molecular Biophysics; Methods and 
        Techniques 
  BN=,/DE,/OI,OI=    BIOSYSTEMATIC NAMES: Enterobacteriaceae--Facultatively Anaerobic 
        Gram-Negative Rods, Eubacteria, Bacteria, Microorganisms 
  /DE,/OI,OI=    ORGANISMS: Escherichia coli (Enterobacteriaceae)--enteroinvasive; 
        Shigella (Enterobacteriaceae)--enteroinvasive 
  BC=,/DE,/OI,OI=    COMMON TAXONOMIC TERMS: Bacteria; Eubacteria; 
        Microorganisms 
  /DE,/NA,NA=,/SY,SY=    CHEMICALS & BIOCHEMICALS:   Shiga-toxin 
  /DE,/GE,GE=    GENE NAME: housekeeping genes 
  /DE,/MQ    METHODS & EQUIPMENT: DNA sequencing--sequencing method; phylogenetic 
        analysis--analytical method 
  /DE,/MI    MISCELLANEOUS TERMS:   molecular evolution; Meeting Abstract; Meeting 
        Abstract 
     
    CONCEPT CODES: 
  CC=,/CN    00520 General biology - Symposia, transactions and proceedings 
      10060 Biochemistry studies - General 
      10062 Biochemistry studies - Nucleic acids, purines and pyrimidines 
      31000 Physiology and biochemistry of bacteria 
     
    BIOSYSTEMATIC CODES: 
  BC=,BN=    06702 Enterobacteriaceae 


BASIC INDEX [top]

SEARCH
SUFFIX
DISPLAY
CODE
FIELD NAME
INDEXING
SELECT EXAMPLES
None None All Basic Index Fields Word S GLYCINE(W)BINDING(W)SITE?
/AB AB Abstract1 Word S DNA(W)MARKER?/AB
/CO CO Company Name (Patent Assignee)2,3,5 Word S BROOKHAVEN/CO
/DE DE Descriptor5,6 Word
& Phrase
S ANIMALS/DE
S MOLECULAR(W)GENETICS/DE
/DS DS Diseases and Disease Modifiers4,5,8 Word
& Phrase
S DIABETES(W)MELLITUS/DS
S ENDOCRINE DISEASE'/'PANCREAS/DS
/GE GE Gene Name2,5,7 Word
& Phrase
S TETRANYCHUS(W)KANZAWAI/GE
S TETRANYCHUS URTICAE?/GE
/GN GN Geographic Name2,5,8 Word
& Phrase
S (US OR USA OR UNITED(W)STATES)/GN
S BAJA CALIFORNIA?/GN
/MC MC Major Concepts5,9 Word
& Phrase
S MOLECULAR(W)GENETICS/MC
S SYSTEMATICS "AND" TAXONOMY?/MC
/MH MH MeSH Heading5,8,10 Word
& Phrase
S BREAST(W)NEOPLASMS(W)MESH/MH
S BREAST NEOPLASMS (MESH)/MH
S BREAST NEOPLASMS?/MH
/MI MI Miscellaneous Descriptors5 Word
& Phrase
S MEETING(W)ABSTRACT/MI
S MOLECULAR EVOLUTION/MI
/MQ MQ Methods and Equipment4,5 Word
& Phrase
S ANALYSIS/MQ
S DNA SEQUENC?/MQ
/NA NA Chemical Name2,5,8 Word
& Phrase
S BILOBALIDE/NA
S SHIGA-TOXIN/NA
/OI OI Organism Names and Modifiers2,5,8,11 Word
& Phrase
S SHIGELLA/OI
S ESCHERICHIA(W)COLI?/OI
/PS PS Organism Parts, Structures and Systems4,5,8 Word
& Phrase
S CIRCULATORY(W)SYSTEM/PS
S BLOOD "AND" LYMPHATICS/PS
/SQ SQ Molecular Sequence Databank Number4,5 Word
& Phrase
S AMINO(W)ACID?/SQ
S AMINO ACID SEQUENCE/SQ
/SY SY Chemical Name2,5,8 Word
& Phrase
S BILOBALIDE/SY
S SHIGA-TOXIN/SY
/TI TI Series Title Word S INTERNATIONAL(W)CONGRESS?/TI
/TI TI Title Word S TETRANYCHUS(W)SPEC?/TI
/TM TM Time (Geologic)5,8 Word
& Phrase
S PALEOZOIC/TM
S LATE PALEOZOIC/TM

1 Abstracts are available for archive records, BA records from July 1976 forward, and BA/RRM book synopses from 1985 forward.

2 Searchable in the Basic Index and in the Additional Indexes.

3 Present in archive data (patent assignee) and from 1986 forward.

4 From 1989 forward.

5 Also searchable as /DE, /DF, /KW and displayable with DE.

6 Includes Common Taxonomic Terms, Biosystematic Names, Chemical Names, Diseases, Geographic Name,Major Concepts, Methods & Equipment, Miscellaneous Descriptors, Organism Names, Sequence Data, Synonyms, Time Descriptors, and MeSH Terms.

7 From 2001 forward.

8 Present in archive data (1926-1968) and from 1993 forward.

9 Truncation is recommended for phrase-indexed /MC terms.

10 From January 1998 forward.

11 Includes Biosystematic Names, Organisms, Biosystematic Classification Names and Super Taxa.


ADDITIONAL INDEXES [top]

SEARCH
PREFIX
DISPLAY
CODE
FIELD NAME
INDEXING
SELECT EXAMPLES
AA= AA BIOSIS Accession Number Phrase S AA=200200631789
AU= AU Author Phrase S AU=OSAKABE MH
None AZ DIALOG Accession Number
BC= BC Biosystematic Classification or Super Taxa Name12 Phrase S BC=ARTHROPODS
S BC=75403
BN= BN International Standard Book Number (ISBN)8 Phrase S BN=0-07-001849-9
BN= DE Biosystematic Name11 Phrase S BN=ACARINA
CC= CC Concept Code Phrase S CC=00504
CL= CL Patent Classification Phrase S CL=560-105
CL= LO Conference Location8,13,19 Word S CL=(SALT(W)LAKE(W)CITY)
CN= CN Concept Name Phrase S CN=GENERAL BIOLOGY?
None CN Patent Country
CO= CO Company Name(Patent Assignee)2,3,5 Phrase S CO=ABIOMED?
CS= CS Corporate Source14 Word
& Phrase
S CS=(KYOTO(W)UNIV?)
S CS=APPLIED ALGAE RESEARCH?
CT= CT Conference Title13 Word S CT=(102ND(W)GENERAL(W)MEETING)
CY= CY Conference Year8,13,19 Phrase S CY=2002
DA= DA Conference Date8,13 Word S DA=20020519
DT= DT Document Type13 Phrase S DT=ARTICLE
EC= EC Enzyme Commission Number8 Phrase S EC=EC 6.5.1.1
None EM Author email
GE= GE Gene Name2,5,7 Phrase S GE=TETRANYCHUS LUDENI?
GN= GN Geographic Name2,5,8 Word
& Phrase
S GN=(UJI(W)JAPAN)
S GN=UKRAINE (EUROPE)?
None II Digital Object Identifier20
JN= JN Journal Name Phrase S JN=APPLIED ENTOMOLOGY?
LA= LA Language14 Phrase S LA=ENGLISH
None ME Medium Type
NA= NA Chemical Name2,5,8 Phrase S NA=SHIGA-TOXIN?
NT= NT New Taxa8 Phrase S NT=NEW TAXA
OI= OI Organism Names2,5,8,15 Phrase S OI=ARTHROPODS
PA= PA Patent Assignee3 Word
& Phrase
S PA=(LEVER(W)BROTHERS)
S PA=LEVER BROTHERS?
PD= PD Patent Date3 Phrase S PD=19980106
PN= PN Patent Number3 Phrase S PN=US 6356790
None PR BIOSIS Print Number17
PU= PU Publisher8 Word
& Phrase
S PU=(HUMANA(W)PRESS)
S PU=HUMANA PRESS?
PY= PY Publication Year Phrase S PY=2002
RN= RN CAS(R) Registry Number Phrase S RN=9075-08-5
RT= RT Record Type Phrase S RT=ABSTRACT
SN= SN International Standard Serial Number (ISSN)19 Phrase S SN=0003-6862
S SN=00036862
SO= SO Source Information18 Word S SO=(APPLIED(W)ENTOMOLOGY AND 37)
SP= SP Sponsor4,19 Word
& Phrase
S SP=(AMERICAN(W)SOCIETY(1W)MICROBIOLOGY)
S SP=AMERICAN SOCIETY?
SY= SY Chemical Name2,5,8 Phrase S SY=SHIGA-TOXIN
UD= None Update Phrase S UD=9999

12 Contains Biosystematic Codes, Biosystematic Classification Names and Super Taxa.

13 For meetings and conferences use /CONF limit.

14 In BA records since January 1978: in BA/RRM records since January 1980.

15 Does not include modifiers.

16 From 1994 forward.

17 BIOSIS Print Number replaces previous BA or BA/RRM designation.

18 Search and Display include Journal Name, Volume, Issue, Pagination, and Publication Year.

19 Not present in archive data (1926-1968).

20 Beginning in May 2007. Available in File 5, 55, and 525. Not available in File 552.


LIMIT [top]

SUFFIX FIELD NAME EXAMPLES
/ABS Abstract Present S GINKGO/ABS
/CONF Also /MEETING; Conference Papers and Meetings S GENOME/CONF
/ENG English Language S S3/ENG
/HUMAN Human Subject S S4/HUMAN
/YYYY Publication Year S S2/2001:2002


SORT [top]

SORTABLE FIELDS EXAMPLES
AU, CS, JN, PY, TI SORT S3/ALL/PY/D
SORT S1/ALL/TI


RANK [top]

RANK FIELDS EXAMPLES
All phrase- and numeric-indexed fields in the Additional Indexes can be ranked. Other RANK codes include: SYRN RANK DE S2
RANK JN S4


MAP [top]

MAP FIELDS EXAMPLES
PA, PN, PU, RN, SY, SYRN MAP RN TEMP S1
MAP SYRN TEMP S2


USER-DEFINED FORMAT OPTIONS [top]

User-defined formats may be specified using the display codes indicated in the Search Options tables. TYPE S3/TI,SO,AB/1-5
PRINT S2/TI, AU/ALL


PREDEFINED FORMAT OPTIONS [top]

NO.
DIALOGWEB
FORMAT
RECORD CONTENT
1 -- DIALOG Accession Number
2 -- Full Record except Abstract
3 Medium Bibliographic Citation19
4 -- Full Record with Tagged Fields1
5 -- Full Record1
6 Free Title and Publication Year
7 Long Bibliographic Citation and Abstract1
8 Short Title, Indexing and Publication Year
9 Full Full Record1
K -- KWIC (Key Word In Context) displays a window of text; may be used alone or with other formats


DIRECT RECORD ACCESS [top]

FIELD NAME EXAMPLES
DIALOG Accession Number TYPE 20932820/5
DISPLAY 16021347/AU,TI,SO
PRINT 21071375/7


ACCESSION NUMBER LIST [top]

YearAccession Numbers
   


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* = custom scheduled Alerts only
ALERT Number of included prints        0

Format    Types   Prints
     1    $0.00    $0.00
     2    $3.00    $3.00
     3    $3.00    $3.00
     4    $3.00    $3.00
     5    $3.00    $3.00
     6    $0.00    $0.00
     7    $3.00    $3.00
     8    $0.75    $0.75
     9    $3.00    $3.00
    18    $0.75    $0.75
KWIC95    $0.25       NA
KWIC96    $0.25       NA

REDIST/COPY Multiplier Table:

      Range      Multiplier
        1-2       1.00
       3-25       1.50
     26-100       3.00
    101-200       4.00
    201-500       6.00
   501-1000       8.00
 1001 or more    10.00

ARCHIVE Multiplier Table:

      Range      Multiplier
       1-25       1.50
     26-200       3.00
    201-500       6.00
   501-1000       8.00
 1001 or more    10.00
Rates For File: ONTAP® BIOSIS Previews®[205]
Cost per DialUnit:                 $0.00
Cost per minute:                   $0.00
Report Elements                    $0.00
LOB Reports                        $0.00
SHARE Reports                      $0.00
CROSSTAB Report Records            $0.00
Rank Elements                      $0.00

Format    Types   Prints
     1    $0.00    $0.00
     2    $0.00    $0.00
     3    $0.00    $0.00
     4    $0.00    $0.00
     5    $0.00    $0.00
     6    $0.00    $0.00
     7    $0.00    $0.00
     8    $0.00    $0.00
     9    $0.00    $0.00
KWIC95    $0.00       NA

REDIST/COPY Multiplier Table:
      Range      Multiplier
        1-2       1.00
       3-25       1.50
     26-100       3.00
    101-200       4.00
    201-500       6.00
   501-1000       8.00
 1001 or more    10.00

ARCHIVE Multiplier Table:

      Range      Multiplier
       1-25       1.50
     26-200       3.00
    201-500       6.00
   501-1000       8.00
 1001 or more    10.00
Rates For File: BIOSIS Previews® (1969-present)[525]
Cost per DialUnit:                 $7.44
Cost per minute:                   $1.93
ALERT (default)                   $14.75
ALERT (Monthly)                   $29.00
ALERT (Biweekly/twice a month)    $22.00
ALERT (Weekly)                    $14.75
ALERT (Daily)                  *  $14.75
ALERT (Calendar weekly)        *  $14.75
ALERT (Intraday)               *  $14.75
* = custom scheduled Alerts only
ALERT Number of included prints        0

Format    Types   Prints
     1    $0.00    $0.00
     2    $3.50    $3.50
     3    $3.50    $3.50
     4    $3.50    $3.50
     5    $3.50    $3.50
     6    $0.00    $0.00
     7    $3.50    $3.50
     8    $0.80    $0.80
     9    $3.25    $3.25
    18    $0.80    $0.80
KWIC95    $0.25       NA
KWIC96    $0.25       NA

REDIST/COPY Multiplier Table:

      Range      Multiplier
        1-2       1.00
       3-25       1.50
     26-100       3.00
    101-200       4.00
    201-500       6.00
   501-1000       8.00
 1001 or more    10.00

ARCHIVE Multiplier Table:

      Range      Multiplier
       1-25       1.50
     26-200       3.00
    201-500       6.00
   501-1000       8.00
 1001 or more    10.00
Rates For File: BIOSIS Previews® (1926-1968)[552]
Cost per DialUnit:                 $7.44
Cost per minute:                   $1.93

Format    Types   Prints
     1    $0.00    $0.00
     2    $3.50    $3.50
     3    $3.50    $3.50
     4    $3.50    $3.50
     5    $3.50    $3.50
     6    $0.00    $0.00
     7    $3.50    $3.50
     8    $0.80    $0.80
     9    $3.25    $3.25
    18    $0.80    $0.80
KWIC95    $0.25       NA
KWIC96    $0.25       NA

REDIST/COPY Multiplier Table:

      Range      Multiplier
        1-2       1.00
       3-25       1.50
     26-100       3.00
    101-200       4.00
    201-500       6.00
   501-1000       8.00
 1001 or more    10.00

ARCHIVE Multiplier Table:

      Range      Multiplier
       1-25       1.50
     26-200       3.00
    201-500       6.00
   501-1000       8.00
 1001 or more    10.00
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