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The association that was to lead to integration threatened to become burdened with Excerpta Medica, the international documentation service. In 1971 Dolf van den Brink had also decided to buy this Foundation - converted again into a plc to this end - impressed as he was by the successful application of the computer they used there to document scientific articles. A few journals published by Elsevier in the 1960s serve to show how boundaries between disciplines became blurred. The idea for a journal on brain research came from Johannes Schadé, a neurologist from the Brain Institute in Amsterdam. This chapter focuses on the second journal, the Journal of Chromatography.

Keywords: Chromatography; Elsevier; Excerpta Medica; North-Holland; scientific publishers



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