Structured citation model to assist users creating “new” content; the model loosely reflects the NLM’s style in that it allows the tagging of all “legal” NLM citations and enforces the sequence in which content must appear if it is present.
Note: This model does not provide guidance on what information is required for each type of cited content. Moreover, the model assumes that punctuation between the parts of a citation will be generated on display or on export from the XML tagged according to this DTD to XML for another use. For extensive examples of formatted <nlm-citation>s see: Sample PubMed Central Citations. To see tagged versions of these examples, see: Sample PubMed Central Citations - XML Tagged.
Conversion Note: In converting documents tagged to this Journal Publishing DTD to the Archiving and Interchange DTD, the <nlm-citation> tag must be changed to <citation>, and all of the punctuation and spacing that is required between elements inside the citation must be inserted.
<!ELEMENT nlm-citation ((person-group | collab)*, (article-title | trans-title)*, source?, patent?, trans-source?, year?, ((month?, day?, time-stamp?) | season?), access-date?, volume?, edition?, conf-name?, conf-date?, conf-loc?, (issue | supplement)*, publisher-loc?, publisher-name?, (fpage?, lpage?)*, page-count?, series?, comment*, pub-id*, annotation?) >
The following, in order:
... <ref> <nlm-citation citation-type="journal"> <person-group> <name> <surname>You</surname> <given-names>CH</given-names> </name> <name> <surname>Lee</surname> <given-names>KY</given-names> </name> <name> <surname>Chey</surname> <given-names>RY</given-names> </name> <name> <surname>Menguy</surname> <given-names>R</given-names> </name> </person-group> <article-title>Electrogastrographic study of patients with unexplained nausea, bloating and vomiting</article-title> <source>Gastroenterology</source> <year>1980</year> <month>08</month> <volume>79</volume> <issue>2</issue> <fpage>311</fpage> <lpage>314</lpage> </nlm-citation> </ref> ...