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- v. 1-, 1987- Springer
- v. 67-86, 1989-98. ScienceDirect
- v. 1-, 2010- PubMed Centralv. 1-, 2010- MDPI
- v. 1-, 1990- Springer
- v. 1-, 2007- ASME
- v. 2013-, 2013- PubMed Centralv. 2013-, 2013- Hindawi
- v. 1-, 1977- Tand Fonlinev. 22, no. 4-, July/Sept. 1998- Acad Search Prem, Full text delayed 18 monthsAlso available: Print – v. 1-29, 1977-2005.
- v. 1-, 2011- PubMed Centralv. 1-, 2011- J Med Signals Sens
- v. 1-, 2004- Inst Phys, Stanford users must register to access most recent 30 days.
- v. 1-, 2004- PubMed Centralv. 1-, 2004- BioMed Central
- v. 3-22, 1970-89. Inst Phys
- v. 1-, 1988- Ovidv. 1-, 1988- JPO Online Libr, Full text delayed 2 years
- v. 20-, 1983- U S Dept Vet Affv. 27, issue 2-, 1990- Acad Search Premv. 37-, 2000- CINAHLAlso available: Print – v. 20-35, , 37-43, 1983-98, , 2000-06.
- v. 1-, 2008- ScienceDirect
- v. 1-, 2004- HighWirev. 1-, 2004- PubMed Central, Full text delayed 12 months
- v. 2010-, 2010- HighWirev. 2010-, 2010- PubMed Central
- v. 46-, 2010- JoVE
- v. 46-, 2010- JoVE
- v. 2-4, , 1986-88, .Status: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
- v. 15-, 1977- Springerv. 41-, 2003- Acad Search Prem, Full text delayed 12 monthsAlso available: Print – v. 15-35, , 37-43, 1977-97, , 1999-2005.
- v. 1-, 2008- PubMed Centralv. 1-, 2008- DovePress
- v. 1-3, 1963-65. SpringerAlso available: Print – v. 1-3, 1963-65.
- v. 16-, 1994- ScienceDirectv. 29-, 2007- ClinicalKeyAlso available: Print – v. 16 , 1994.
- v. 1-, 1999- ScienceDirect
- v. 1-6 1991-96. Springer
- v. 1-, 2006- Nature
- v. 25-, 2008- ScienceDirect
- v. 7-14, 1977-84. Ovid
- v. 1-, 2002- OJHAS
- v. 1-, 2007- PubMed Centralv. 1-, 2007- Bentham Open
- v. 5, 9, 1985, 1989.
- v. 354-, 1996- HighWirev. 354-, 1996- JSTOR, Full text delayed 3+ years
- v. 14-, 1993- Inst PhysAlso available: Print – v. 14-29=, 1993-2008.
- 1996-97. PubMed Central1997. Am Med Informatics AssocAlso available: Print – 1996-97.
- 1977-95. PubMed CentralAlso available: Print – 1977-95.
- v. 1200-, 1990- SPIEAlso available: Print – v. 167, 314, 419, 454, 1143, 1978, 1981, 1983-84, 1989.
- Proceedings of the Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society1988-2003. IEEE Xplore
- v. 203-212, 1989-98. IMechE Proc ArchAlso available: Print – v. 203-211, 1989-97.
- v. 1-, 2012- BioMed Centralv. 1-, 2012- SpringerOpen"Progress in Biomaterials is a multidisciplinary, English-language publication of original contributions and reviews concerning studies of the preparation, performance and evaluation of biomaterials; the chemical, physical, biological and mechanical behavior of materials both in vitro and in vivo in areas such as tissue engineering and regenerative medicine, drug delivery and implants where biomaterials play a significant role."
- v. 1-, 1977- HighWire
- v. 1-, 2014- HighWirev. 1-, 2014- PubMed Central
- v. 1-, 2013- BioMed Centralv. 1-3, 2013-15. PubMed Central
- v. 1-, 1930- Am Inst Physv. 56-, 1985- Acad Search Prem, Full text delayed 12 months
- v. 1, 2004.
- v. 3-, 1997- Wileyv. 4-, 1998- Acad Search Prem, Full text delayed 12 months
- v. 1-, 2005- Wiley
- 2005- SPIE"SPIE Letters is an open-access, online collection of rapid communications, covering topics of significant originality and interest, from the six journals published in the SPIE Digital Library. SPIE Letters presents a virtual table of contents with links to abstracts and free, full-text downloads of all letters in their parent journals. Letters are included from the following SPIE journals: Optical Engineering, Journal of Electronic Imaging, Journal of Biomedical Optics, Journal of Micro/Nanolithography, MEMS, and MOEMS, Journal of Applied Remote Sensing, Journal of Nanophotonics."
- v. 6-, 2003- Springer
- v. 1-, 2006- Atypon
- v. 5-, 1997- Acad Search Prem, Full text delayed 12 months
- v. 1-, 2004- PubMed Centralv. 1-, 2004- BioMed Central
- v. 1-13, 1995-2007. Liebert
- v. 1-, 1983- ScienceDirectv. 25-, 2007- ClinicalKeyAlso available: Print – v. 1-12, 1983-94.
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