- SEE ALSO
Bio::Biblio::MedlineBook - representation of a MEDLINE book
$obj = Bio::Biblio::MedlineBook->new (-editor => Bio::Biblio::Person->new (-lastname => 'Loukides'), -isbn => '0-596-00068-5'); #--- OR --- $obj = Bio::Biblio::MedlineBook->new(); $obj->isbn ('0-596-00068-5');
A storage object for a MEDLINE book. See its place in the class hierarchy in http://www.ebi.ac.uk/~senger/openbqs/images/bibobjects_perl.gif
There are no specific attributes in this class (however, you can set and get all attributes defined in the parent classes). The main raison d'etre of this class is to be associated with MEDLINE book articles.
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