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Infobase

A database created in Folio. See Folio.
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The evaluation of Index Copernicus for 2016 was 138,01/200 points, and the Infobase Index for 2015 was 3.6/5.
National Guideline Clearinghouse, the Canadian Medical Association Infobase, the Guidelines International Network, the Scottish Intercollegiate Guidelines Network, the China Biology Medicine disc, PubMed, and Embase.
According the WHO Global Infobase, the prevalence of obesity among american adults in 2010 was 44.2% in men and 48.3% in women, and the global obesity epidemic keeps to increase (4).
It also contains Organisations Infobase to provide pages for each accredited organisation, which can be set for public or private view.
New York: Infobase Publishing, Chelsea House, 2008.
In turn, they take a subset of what I send out, add it to the best of what they are reading and we have a blog where we are both reading and discussing our own "Infobase" collection.
Book of Facts 2012 (New York: Infobase Learning, 2011), 607 and 698.
[11.] World Health Organization Global Infobase. Disponivel em: https://apps.who.int/infobase/.
The company said that its full complement of services including InfoBase; its proprietary Universal Patient Link (UPL); Acxiom Consumer Insights and analytics-driven consulting will provide an accurate and consistent single view of Horizon's members and prospects while creating personalised and coordinated marketing programmes for improved health outcomes and loyalty for the members and brand.
(17.) The WHO global Infobase. Geneva, World Health Organization, 2009.
18 -- MapsofIndia a Compare Infobase brand and industry leader in thematic mapping solutions has launched White Pages, an online B2B platform enabling customers and suppliers to do business with each other.
Infobase publishing will distribute more than 250 ebooks through Gale Virtual Reference Library, Gale's ebook platform.