The full title of a journal article or other journal component such as a book review
The <article-title> element is used in two contexts: as a part of the metadata concerning the article itself and as part of bibliographic reference metadata inside bibliographic citations (<citation> and <nlm-citation>).
The title is nearly always in the original language of publication, but a publisher or archive might choose to place all article titles in one language, such as English, and use the translated title element to hold the original title (Translated Title <trans-title>).
Conversion Note: In the article metadata, the article subtitle and title are two different elements and should be tagged separately, using the <article-title> and <subtitle> elements. Within a bibliographic reference citation, the subtitle cannot be preserved separately. Some DTDs place it within the title; some leave it as untagged data characters within the text of the <citation> or <nlm-citation>. Although this Suite cannot enforce either structure, retrieval performance will be enhanced if the subtitle is placed into the <article-title> element in cited material, so this is considered best practice.
For extensive examples of formatted <nlm-citation>s including use of <article-title>s in <nlm-citation>s, see: Sample PubMed Central Citations. To see tagged versions of these examples, see: Sample PubMed Central Citations - XML Tagged.
<!ELEMENT article-title (#PCDATA %title-elements;)* >
Any combination of:
In article metadata:
<article> <front> <journal-meta> ... </journal-meta> <article-meta> <article-id pub-id-type="publisher-id">WES-10092260</article-id> <title-group> <article-title>Systematic review of day hospital care for elderly people</article-title> </title-group> <contrib-group> ... </contrib-group> <aff>...</aff> <pub-date pub-type="pub"><day>27</day> <month>03</month><year>1999</year></pub-date> ... </article-meta></front> ... </article>
In a NLM-style bibliographic citation:
... <ref> <nlm-citation citation-type="journal"> <person-group>...</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> ...