Bio::Biblio::PubmedJournalArticle - representation of a PUBMED journal article


version 1.70


    $obj = Bio::Biblio::PubmedJournalArticle->new(

                  # some attributes from MedlineJournalArticle
                  -title => 'Thermal adaptation analyzed by comparison of protein sequences from mesophilic and extremely thermophilic Methanococcus species.',
                  -journal => Bio::Biblio::MedlineJournal->new(-issn => '0027-8424'),
                  -volume => 96,
                  -issue => 7,

                  # and some from PubmedArticle
                  -pubmed_history_list =>
                       [ { 'pub_status' => 'pubmed',
                           'date' => '2001-12-1T10:0:00Z' },
                         { 'pub_status' => 'medline',
                           'date' => '2002-1-5T10:1:00Z' } ],
                   -pubmed_status => 'ppublish');
  #--- OR ---

    $obj = Bio::Biblio::PubmedJournalArticle->new();
    $obj->title ('...');
    $obj->journal (Bio::Biblio::MedlineJournal->new(-issn => '0027-8424'));
    $obj->pubmed_status ('ppublish');


A storage object for a PUBMED journal article. See its place in the class hierarchy in


There are no specific attributes in this class (however, you can set and get all attributes defined in the parent classes).


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