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BioMed Central goes RSS friendly

Today's BioMed Central update mentions their new move to RSS!

RSS headline feeds

You may have noticed that the home pages and most-viewed articles pages of all BioMed Central journals now include a small XML button. This indicates that there is an RSS (Really Simple Syndication) feed available for the articles on that page.

An RSS feed is a list of articles in a standard XML format that can automatically be processed by newsreading software. Since RSS feeds can be read by robots, these feeds can also be used by webmasters to incorporate BioMed Central content automatically into their own sites.

For more information about how to use BioMed Central's RSS feeds, see our RSS information page.

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