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STN databases PROUSDDR and SYNTHLINE scheduled for removal on December 31, 2010

November  14th,   2010

The following databases will be removed from STN on December 31, 2010:

    ABI-INFORM

    DRUGMONOG2

    MDF

    SYNTHLINE

    AQUIRE

    HSDB

    MSDS-CCOHS

    TEXTILETECH

    CSCHEM

    IMSCOPROFILE

    NLDB

    WTEXTILES

    CSCORP

    IMSDRUGNEWS

    PROMT

   DRUGMONOG

    IMSPRODUCT

    PROUSDDR

These changes are necessary due to a variety of technical, fiscal, and producer-driven factors. STN will redirect resources to highly requested enhancements for key databases and development of the new STN platform announced earlier this year, which will provide a substantially enhanced customer experience in the future.

If you need assistance in locating alternative sources for content currently accessed through these databases, please contact CAS Customer Center or your local STN representative.


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