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Evaluability Assessment of the TOXNET Computer System
Wilma Johnson (ed); Jim Carpenter (ed)
The Literature Inventory and Dissemination (LID) program was established in 1982 “to establish and maintain a comprehensive and publicly accessible inventory of literature, research and studies on the health effects of toxic substances.” In that same year, the National Library of Medicine supported the development and maintenance of a health effects inventory, and other activities to make the inventory more accessible to the public. The Hazardous Substance Databank was bundled with other databases, databanks, and search software, collectively known as the TOXicology Data NETwork or simply TOXNET. This report assesses the design and outcomes of the LID program activities. Illustrations.
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