The name of an institution or organization, such as a university or corporation
All levels of a multi-tier organization are listed within a single <institution> element, for example, a program, a department, and a university may be part of the same <institution>. Similarly both a division and a corporation would be inside one <institution>.
Conversion Note: If an archive wishes to record divisional distinctions made by a publisher, such as an “organization” element with “dept” and “office” sub-elements, the embedded divisions could be converted to this Tag Set using <named-content> elements:
<institution content-type="edu"> University of Frostbite Falls <named-content content-type="dept">Dept of Campus Security</named-content> <named-content content-type="dept">Dept of Moose and Squirrel Security</named-content> <named-content content-type="office">Office of the Acting Dean </named-content> </institution>
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Any combination of:
... <book-meta> <book-id pub-id-type="other">handbook</book-id> <book-title-group> <book-title>The NCBI Handbook</book-title> </book-title-group> <edition>1<sup>st</sup></edition> <contrib-group>...</contrib-group> <aff id="bid.m.1"> <institution>National Center for Biotechnology Information (NCBI), National Library of Medicine, National Institutes of Health</institution>, <addr-line>Bethesda, MD 20892-6510</addr-line> </aff> <publisher>...</publisher> <pub-date><month>11</month><year>2002</year></pub-date> <counts>...</counts> </book-meta> ...