Searching the Publication Name field
Enter a publication name to search the Source field in a record. Titles of Russian-language publications have been transliterated from Cyrillic script to Latin script. Consequently, to search for Russian-language publications, you may enter the title in either Cyrillic or Latin script. For example:
The database includes records of documents from English-language publications. Journal of Mining Science finds records of articles published in Journal of Mining Science.
Enter the full publication name of a Russian-language publication in Cyrillic or Latin script:
For titles transliterated from Cyrillic script to Latin script, you may enter a partial title followed by a wildcard:
You cannot truncate the name of a Russian-language publication in Cyrillic script.
You may search for documents from multiple publications by combining publication names names with the search operator OR:
Note that publication names that contain a search operator (AND, OR, NOT, SAME) must be enclosed in quotation marks. For example: "Cardiovascular Therapy and Prevention"
Mixed Language Searches
You can combine publication names in English and Latin script in a single search. For example:
"Cell and Tissue Biology" OR Kardiologiya finds records of articles published in Cell and Tissue Biology or Kardiologiya (Кардиология). Note the quotation marks around Cell and Tissue Biology. That title contains the word and, which is a search operator.
If you want to search for publication names in Cyrillic and Latin script in the same search:
As an alternative, go to Advanced Search and enter a query that prefaces each name with the field tag SO. For example: SO=Кардиология OR SO="Cardiovascular Therapy and Prevention"
Publication Name Index
Use the Publication Name Index to view a list of titles that you can add to your query. Using the index allows you to locate the preferred titles to add to your search.