Thanks for the Web Site listing. It will be helpful in a couple of ways,
marginally for the core list of publications, but much more so for the
listing of databases that you use for the various subject areas. I really
appreciate your help and the new information.
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Subject: Re: Core Collection Guidelines
The EPA Core List for an Environmental Reference Collection includes a
section on Chemical Properties and Characteristics that might be
helpful. Some of the other sections might be useful, too, although the
list doesn't specifically cover biotechnology.
The Core List is available online at
EPA National Library Network Coordinator and Manager, EPA Headquarters
ASRC Aerospace Corp.
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Please respond to
Is anyone out there aware of Core Collection Guidelines in the areas of
BioTechnology and Chemistry. I am part of a committee setting up
to weed the Biotechnology Library at the US Patent and Trademark Office.
know there are core collection lists available for some subject areas,
as Medicine, and I was wondering if there were any published guidelines
the areas of Biochemistry, Chemistry, Drugs, Genetic Engineering, Plant
We want to make sure we don't toss anything that might be considered
essential even if it hasn't been used here for a while.
Thanks for your help with this.
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