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Current Contents Search®

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File Description [top]

Current Contents Search® is the online version of Thomson Scientific's popular Current Contents® series of publications. Current Contents is a weekly service that reproduces the tables of contents from current issues of leading journals in the sciences, social sciences, and arts and humanities. Current Contents Search consists of seven subsets based on Current Contents editions: *Clinical Medicine (SF=CC CLIN); *Life Sciences (SF=CC LIFE); *Engineering, Technology and Applied Sciences (SF=CC ENGI); *Agriculture, Biology and Environmental Sciences (SF=CC AGRI); *Physical, Chemical and Earth Sciences (SF=CC PHYS); Social and Behavioral Sciences (SF=CC SOCS); and Arts and Humanities (SF=CC ARTS).

In addition to providing access to the tables of contents of the journals covered, Current Contents Search also provides a complete bibliographic record for each item. These items include articles, reviews, letters, notes, and editorials. The items indexed in Current Contents Search also appear in one or more of the other Thomson Scientific databases on DIALOG, where the records include a listing of cited references: Scisearch®, Files 34 & 434; Social Scisearch®, File 7; and Arts & Humanities Search®, File 439.

Author keywords and KeyWords PlusTM are searchable as part of the Basic Index for records from January 1991 forward. In addition, about 75% of the records from the five science CC SEARCH editions asterisked in the list above contain author abstracts from 1991 forward.



Tips [top]

USE FILE 440

to find tables of contents for leading journals in the sciences, social sciences, and arts and humanities.

USE SF=

to restrict retrieval to records from a particular subfile.

USE /CONT

to restrict retrieval to Table of Contents records.



Subject Coverage [top]



Sources [top]

Current Contents Search covers approximately 6,500 journals representing virtually every discipline within the sciences, social sciences, arts, and humanities.



Print Counterparts [top]

  • Current Contents


Dialog File Data [top]

Dates Covered: January 1990 to the present
File Size: More than 18M records as of December 2007
Update Frequency: Daily (Approximately 4,000 records per update)


Document Types Indexed [top]

  • Journal Articles


Geographic Coverage [top]

  • International


Geographic Restrictions [top]

  • None


Special Features [top]


DialIndex/OneSearch Categories [top]

ACRONYM CATEGORY NAME
CONTENTS Tables of Contents
OTHERSOC Other Sources


Contact [top]

Current Contents Search is produced by Thomson Scientific. Questions concerning file content should be directed to:

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Terms and Conditions [top]

Current Contents Search is a registered trademark of Thomson Scientific.

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Table of Contents Record [top]

     
    DIALOG(R)File 440:Current Contents Search(R) 
    (c) 2007 The Thomson Corp. All rts. reserv. 
     
  GA=   00001293     Genuine Article#: EJ220 
  JN=, PY=    Journal: NUTRITION RESEARCH , 1990, V10, N11 (NOV) 
  JA=   Current Contents Journal Announcement: CC LIFE, V33, N52 
  SC=   Journal Subject Category: BIOCHEMISTRY & BIOPHYSICS 
     
  DT=   CONTENTS: 
     
         P. 1195-1203.  NUTRIENT INTAKES AND FOOD CONSUMPTION IN THE 
         ADOLESCENTS SCHOOLDAY BREAKFAST IN LORRAINE (FRANCE). 
            MICHAUD C;  MUSSE N; NICOLAS JP;  MEJEAN L.  INSERM,U308,38 
            RUE LIONNOIS/F-54000   NANCY//FRANCE/ (Reprint).  ENGLISH. 
            ARTICLE.  14 References. 
            Abstract Available 
                                  (...) 
     
         P. 1311-1323.  THE EFFECT OF DIETARY FIBER TYPE ON GLYCATED 
         HEMOGLOBIN AND RENAL HYPERTROPHY IN THE ADULT DIABETIC RAT. 
            GALLAHER DD; SCHAUBERT DR.  UNIV MINNESOTA,DEPT FOOD SCI & 
            NUTR, 1334 ECKLESAVE/ST PAUL//MN/55108 (Reprint);  N DAKOTA 
            STATE UNIV,DEPT FOOD & NUTR/FARGO//ND/58105. 
            ENGLISH.  ARTICLE.  7 References.  Abstract Available 
     
         P. 1325-1330.  EFFECTS OF DIETARY RICE BRAN TRYPSIN INHIBITOR 
            ON THE  GROWTH AND PANCREATIC WEIGHTS OF RATS.  TASHIRO M; 
            MAKI Z.  KYOTO  PREFECTURAL UNIV,DEPT FOOD SCI & NUTR/KYOTO 
            606//JAPAN/ (Reprint).  ENGLISH.  ARTICLE.  4 References. 
            Abstract Available 
     
         P. 1331-1336.  THE LACK OF EFFECT OF SYNTHETIC PHOSPHOSERYL 
         PEPTIDE ON  CALCIUM ABSORPTION BY THE RAT.  SHAH BG; 
            BELONJE B;  PAQUET A. HLTH & WELF CANADA,HLTH PROTECT BRANCH, 
           FOOD DIRECTORATE,BUR NUTR SCI,DIV NUTR RES/OTTAWA K1A 
            0L2/ONTARIO/CANADA/ (Reprint);  AGR 
            CANADA,FOOD RES INST/OTTAWA K1A 0C6/ONTARIO/CANADA/. ENGLISH. 
     


Individual Article Record [top]

     
    DIALOG(R)File 440:Current Contents Search(R) 
    (c)2007 The Thomson Corp. All rts. reserv. 
     
  GA=, NR=   00001290   Genuine Article#: EJ220   Number of References: 7 
  /TI   Title: THE EFFECT OF DIETARY FIBER TYPE ON GLYCATED HEMOGLOBIN AND 
        RENAL HYPERTROPHY IN THE ADULT DIABETIC RAT 
  AU=   Author: GALLAHER DD; SCHAUBERT DR 
  CS=   Corporate Source: UNIV MINNESOTA,DEPT FOOD SCI & NUTR, 1334 
         ECKLESAVE/ST PAUL//MN/55108 (Reprint); N DAKOTA STATE UNIV,DEPT 
  ZP=       FOOD & NUTR/FARGO//ND/58105 
  JN=, PY=   Journal: NUTRITION RESEARCH, 1990, V10, N11 (NOV), P1311-1323 
  JA=   Current Contents Journal Announcement: CC LIFE, V33, N52 
  LA=   Language: ENGLISH   Document Type: ARTICLE 
  GL=   Geographic Location: USA 
  SC=   Journal Subject Category: NUTRITION & DIETETICS 
  SF=   Subfile: SciSearch; CC LIFE--Current Contents, Life Sciences 
  /AB   Abstract: The effect of various dietary fiber sources on glycated 
         hemoglobin and renal hypertrophy, two long-term indicators of 
         blood  glucose  control,  was  studied  in  diabetic rats. 
         Streptozotocin-treated rats were fed a fiber-free diet or diets 
         containing 8% dietary fiber, using one of the following fiber 
         sources:  cellulose, sugar beet fiber, beet fiber treated with 
         beet fiber treated with calcium carbonate, oat bran, rye bran, 
         barley  bran  flour,  wheat  bran,  or  guar  gum.   After 28 
         days,  only  guar  gum-feeding  reduced  the  %   glycated 
         hemoglobin relative to the fiber-free control group. 
         Renal hypertrophy was seen in animals from all diabetic 
         groups and was not diminished by any of the fiber sources. 
         sources.  In meal-fed animals there was no evidence of 
         expansion of the intestinal contents volume by feeding of any 
         fiber sources.  Guar gum substantially increased the viscosity 
         of the intestinal contents in3 of 4 animals.  The results 
         are consistent with the use of purified, highly viscous 
         fiber sources for improving glycemic control in 
         insulin-dependent diabetes. 
  /DE   Descriptors--Author Keywords: DIABETES; DIETARY FIBER; GLYCATED 
         HEMOGLOBIN; RENAL HYPERTROPHY; VISCOSITY 
  /ID   Identifiers--KeyWords Plus: INSULIN-DEPENDENT DIABETICS; INTESTINAL 
        GLUCOSE-ABSORPTION; NON-STARCH POLYSACCHARIDES; SUGAR-BEET PULP; 
        GUAR-GUM; BLOOD-GLUCOSE; GLYCOSYLATED HEMOGLOBINS; 
        CARBOHYDRATE-METABOLISM; LIQUID-CHROMATOGRAPHY; 
        CONSTITUENT SUGARS  _ 

Restrict retrieval to /NCONT to eliminate Table of Contents records.


BASIC INDEX [top]

SEARCH
SUFFIX
DISPLAY
CODE
FIELD NAME
INDEXING
SELECT EXAMPLES
None None All Basic Index Fields Word S RENAL(W)HYPERTROPHY
/AB AB Abstract1,2 Word S OAT(W)BRAN/AB
/DE DE Author Keywords1,2,3 Word
& Phrase
S GLYCATED(W)HEMOGLOBIN/DE
S DIETARY FIBER/DE
/ID ID KeyWords Plus1,2 Word
& Phrase
S GUAR(W)GUM/ID
S SUGAR-BEET PULP/ID
/TI TI Title Word S RENAL(W)HYPERTROPHY/TI

1 Abstracts present for records from 1991 forward.

2 Present only in individual item records.

3 Also /DF.


ADDITIONAL INDEXES [top]

SEARCH
PREFIX
DISPLAY
CODE
FIELD NAME
INDEXING
SELECT EXAMPLES
None AN DIALOG Accession Number
AU= AU Author Phrase S AU=GALLAHER DD
AV= AV Abstract Present1,4 Word
& Phrase
S AV=ABSTRACT
S AV=ABSTRACT AVAIABLE
S AV=ABSTRACT
S AV=ABSTRACT AVAIABLE
BN= BN International Standard Book Number (ISBN) Phrase S BN=3-7643-5814
S BN=376435814
CS= CS Corporate Source Word S CS=(UNIV?(W)MINNESOTA(S)FOOD?)
DT= DT Document Type Phrase S DT=ARTICLE
S DT=CONTENTS
GA= GA Genuine Article Number Phrase S GA=EJ220
GL= GL Country Name of Corporate Source2 Phrase S GL=USA
S GL=FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF GERMANY
JA= JA Current Contents Issue5 Phrase S JA=CC LIFE
S JA=CC LIFE, V33
S JA=CC LIFE, V33, N52
JN= JN Journal Name6 Phrase S JN=NUTRITION RESEARCH
LA= LA Language7 Phrase S LA=GERMAN
NR= NR Number of References4 Numeric S NR=2:30
PT= PT Publication Type Phrase S PT=BOOK
None PU Publisher
PY= PY Publication Year Phrase S PY=1990:1991
SC= SC Journal Subject Category Word
& Phrase
S SC=(BIOCHEMISTRY(W)BIOPHYSICS)
S SC=BIOCHEMISTRY & BIOPHYSICS
SF= SF Subfile8 Word
& Phrase
S SF=SOCSEARCH
S SF=CC LIFE
S SF=LIFE
SN= SN International Standard Serial Number (ISSN) Phrase S SN=0271-5317
S SN=02715317
SO= SO Source Information5,9 Word
& Phrase
S SO=(NUTRITION(W)RESEARCH)
S SO=NUTR RES, 1990, V10
None TC Table of Contents10
UD= None Update Phrase S UD=9999
ZP= ZP Zip Code of Corporate Source7 Phrase S ZP=58105

4 Searchable in individual article records only; displays in both contents and individual article records.

5 Cascaded volume and issue information allows for retrieval of all issues, or specific volume and issue numbers.

6 Also searchable with SO=.

7 To restrict results to the English language, refer to the Limiting section.

8 Refers to Thomson Scientific publications or databases.

9 Also searchable using JN=. Display includes Journal Name, Publication Date, Volume, Issue, Pagination, Book Title, and Book Series Title.

10 In Table of Contents records only.


LIMIT [top]

SUFFIX FIELD NAME EXAMPLES
/ DIALOG Accession Number S S3/0233465-9999999
/ART Journal Article S HISTONE(W)GENE?/ART
/CONT Table of Contents Records S DNA(S)SEQUENC?/CONT
/ENG English Language S (VERTEBRATE? AND GENE?)/ENG
/NART Non-Journal Article S S3/NART
/NCONT Non-Table of Contents Records S S5/NCONT
/NONENG Non-English Language S S6/NONENG
/NREV Not a Review or Bibliography S S6/NREV
/REV Review or Bibliography S RETROVIR?/REV
/YYYY Publication Year S S2/1991


SORT [top]

SORTABLE FIELDS EXAMPLES
AU, CS, JN, PY, SO, TI SORT S13/ALL/CS/AU
PRINT S5/5/ALL/JN


RANK [top]

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


MAP [top]

MAP FIELDS EXAMPLES
AU, GA, PY MAP GA TEMP S3


USER-DEFINED FORMAT OPTIONS [top]

Display codes listed in the Search Options tables can be used to customize output. TYPE S3/AU,TI,SO,NR/1-5
PRINT S2/AU,TI,AB/ALL


PREDEFINED FORMAT OPTIONS [top]

NO.
DIALOGWEB
FORMAT
RECORD CONTENT
1 -- DIALOG Accession Number
79 Full Full Record (Contents and NonContents Records)
K -- KWIC (Key Word In Context) displays a window of text; may be used alone or with other formats
Individual Journal Article Records
2 -- Full Record except Abstract
3 Medium Bibliographic Citation
4 -- Full Record with Tagged Fields
5 Long Full Record
6 Free Title, Genuine Article, Number of References, and Publication Year
7 -- Bibliographic Citation and Abstract
8 Short Title, Journal Subject Category, Keywords and KeyWords Plus, and Genuine Article Number, and Publication Year
9 -- Full Record
K -- KWIC (Key Word In Context) displays a window of text; may be used alone or with other formats
Table of Contents Records
2 -- Journal Title, ISSN, and Publication Year
3 -- Journal Title, ISSN, and Publication Year
4 -- Journal Title, ISSN, and Publication Year
5 -- Journal Title, ISSN, and Publication Year
6 -- Journal Title and Publication Year
7 -- Journal Title, ISSN, and Publication Year
8 -- Journal Title and Publication Year
9 -- Journal Title, ISSN, and Publication Year
19 -- Full Table of Contents Record
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
If the accession number of a specific record is known, it can be used to display the record directly. TYPE 00010041/9
DISPLAY 00010032/19
PRINT 00010032/2


ACCESSION NUMBER LIST [top]

YearAccession Numbers
19901642740 -2463602
19912463603 -3325217
19923325219 -4211564
19934211565 -5091064
19945091065 -6048329
19956048330 -6939572
19967530732 -7948049
19977970548 -9015297
19989015298-10268216
199910055559-11140073


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