Kindly help for downloading the following pdf

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mchinmoyee
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Kindly help for downloading the following pdf

Thank you.

1. Johnston MV, Alemi L, Harum KH.
Learning, memory, and transcription factors.
Pediatr Res. 2003 Mar;53(3):369-74. Review.
PMID: 12595582 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]
2. Shalin SC, Egli R, Birnbaum SG, Roth TL, Levenson JM, Sweatt JD.
Signal transduction mechanisms in memory disorders.Prog Brain Res. 2006;157:25-41. Review.PMID: 17167902 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]
3. Johnston MV.
Developmental disorders of activity dependent neuronal plasticity.Indian J Pediatr. 2001 May;68(5):423-6.PMID: 11407158 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE

varsha
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wrote:

wrote:

They are not available to me either. You could write to the corresponding author to send you the PDFs.
Good luck!

Jason King
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wrote:

wrote:

I don't think the journal publishers would be happy about SS members circulating free pdfs of their articles - best comtact the author.

Omai
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I thought most publications

I thought most publications over 6 months old were supposed to be available for free. Is this true?

Omai

Fraser Moss
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It varies by journal. Some

It varies by journal. Some make articles free to access after 6 months, others after 12. But there are some journals out there for which you still need a subscription of one kind or another to download even articles >12 months old.

Members, please do not use ScientistSolutions.com as a journal article sharing resource. Because of the potential breeches in copyright that may occur we cannot condone this practice through these forums. So please don't ask for or exchange journal articles on these forums in future.

Check the Journals online site to see if you are able to download articles from issues >6-12 month old.

If not you will have to resort to the old fashioned method of walking to or telephoning your library to see if you can get a copy on inter library loan or electronically. If you are at an academic institution your library can often obtain a PDF of the article you want for a fee. This fee may be less than paying to download directly from the journal web site if your library participates in an appropriate scheme with publishers.

mchinmoyee
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Thank you all for your

Thank you all for your valuable comments & suggestions.
I have given a request to our institutional library facility , which provide us hard copies but it takes 5-7 days or even more sometimes.