Retrieve Articles of an Issue

The “Retrieve Articles of an Issue” endpoint allows a client to retrieve the articles of an issue in the Third Iron metadata database. 


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Submit a GET request against this endpoint, filling in the appropriate path segments with the id number of your library and the id number of the issue for which you wish to retrieve the articles. Your application will receive a response representing the articles of that issue. Responses contain some metadata for each article, such as the article's title, author(s), and start page number. Responses also contain links to API endpoints through which metadata resources related to each article, such as the article's issue or journal, may be retrieved. Responses from the endpoint may be paginated.  If so, a cursor value used to retrieve the next page of articles for the issue will be included in the response  

Journal Lookup by Issue Availability Request:

Supported Methods
GET
Endpoint Location
/public/v1/libraries/:library_id/issues/:issue_id/articles

Endpoint Parameters


:library_idReplace the :library_id portion of the endpoint path with the id # of your library
:issue_id

Replace the :issue_id portion of the endpoint path with the id # of the issue for which you're retrieving articles

?cursorWhen navigating through paginated data, pass the cursor value that points to the page of data your interested in as a value for the query string parameter named cursor.  See below for an example

Retrieve Articles of an Issue Response:

The Retrieve Articles of an Issue endpoint responds with a blob of JSON data that contains an array of article resource objects that represent the articles of the specified issue in the Third Iron metadata database.

Response Object:
PropertyTypeDescription
dataArray of Object

An array of journal resource objects is returned here which represents the journals in the Third Iron metadata database which have issues published within the specified date range

metaObject

When present, contains metadata about the response

meta.cursorObject

The object within the response metadata that represents a cursor within the dataset that the response represents a page of

meta.cursor.nextstringA string value which may be passed as a value in the query string parameter named cursor to retrieve the next page of articles in the issue

Article Resource:

An article resource object represents a journal in the Third Iron metadata database.


The full list of properties that may appear on an journal resource object are described in detail in the table below:

Property
Type
Description
Optional
idnumber

The article's unique id in the Third Iron system

No
typestringhas the value "articles"No
titlestringThe article's titleYes
datestring

The date of the article

No
authorsstringThe authors of the articleYes
inPressbooleanTrue when the article is not yet assigned to a regularly published issue and is considered an "Article in Press". False when it is in a regularly published issueNo
doistringThe article's DOI if Third Iron has the article's DOIYes
abstractstringThe article's abstract id Third Iron has the article's abstractYes
ILLURLstringA link constructed for the library's ILL or document delivery system (when configured) to where the article may be requestedYes
pmidstringWhen the article is available from PubMed, the article's PMID appears here if Third Iron has itYes
fullTextFileURLOn articles where LibKey is aware of a path directly to the PDF file, this property will be availableYes
contentLocationURLOn articles where LibKey is aware of a path to the web page where the article is available, this property will be available.  This can include non-publisher sources such as aggregators and repositories.Yes
availableThroughBrowZinebooleanTrue when the article is available within BrowZine at the specified libraryNo
startPagestringThe page the article starts onYes
endPagestringThe page the article ends onYes
browzineWebLinkURLOn titles that are BrowZine enabled, this property will be present and will link to the article in the context of its issue (or articles in press list as appropriate) on browzine.comNo
relationshipsObjectAn object representing relationships between the article resource object and resource objects that represent other records in the Third Iron metadata databaseYes
relationships.issueObjectAn object representing the relationship between the article resource object and the resource object that represents the article's issue in the Third Iron Metadata databaseYes
relationships.issue.linksObjectAn object holding links for the issue relationshipYes
relationships.issue.links.relatedstringA URL path to the API endpoint that retrieves the resource that represents the issue of the articleYes
relationships.journalObjectAn object representing the relationship between the article resource object and the resource object that represent's the article's journal in the Third Iron metadata databaseYes
relationships.journal.linksObjectAn object holdings links for the journal relationshipYes
relationships.journal.links.relatedstringA URL path to the API endpoint that retrieves the resource that represents the journal of the articleYes

Example Request, retrieving first page of articles of with issue 290003457:
https://public-api.thirdiron.com/public/v1/libraries/222/issues/290003457/articles

Example Response:

The example below is the first page of a collection of pages containing articles data.  The availability of additional pages is indicated by the presence of the meta.cursor.next property of the response.

{
    "data": [
        {
            "id": 348533100,
            "type": "articles",
            "title": "Development of a universal short patient satisfaction questionnaire on the basis of SERVQUAL: Psychometric analyses with data of diabetes and stroke patients from six different European countries",
            "date": "2019-10-17",
            "authors": "Konerding, Uwe; Bowen, Tom; Elkhuizen, Sylvia G.; Faubel, Raquel; Forte, Paul; Karampli, Eleftheria; Malmström, Tomi; Pavi, Elpida; Torkki, Paulus",
            "inPress": false,
            "doi": "10.1371/journal.pone.0197924",
            "abstract": "A short questionnaire which can be applied for assessing patient satisfaction in different contexts and different countries is to be developed.\nSix items addressing tangibles, reliability, responsiveness, assurance, empathy, and communication were analysed. The first five items stem from SERVQUAL (SERVice QUALity), the last stems from the discussion about SERVQUAL. The analyses were performed with data from 12 surveys conducted in six different countries (England, Finland, Germany, Greece, the Netherlands, Spain) covering two different conditions (type 2 diabetes, stroke). Sample sizes for included participants are 247 in England, 160 in Finland, 231 in Germany, 152 in Greece, 316 in the Netherlands and 96 in Spain for the diabetes surveys; and 101 in England, 139 in Finland, 107 in Germany, 58 in Greece, 185 in the Netherlands, and 92 in Spain for the stroke surveys. The items were tested by (1) bivariate correlations between the items and an item addressing 'general satisfaction', (2) multivariate regression analyses with 'general satisfaction' as criterion and the items as predictors, and (3) bivariate correlations between sum scores and 'general satisfaction'.\nThe correlations with 'general satisfaction' are 0.48 for tangibles, 0.56 for reliability, 0.58 for responsiveness, 0.47 for assurance, 0.53 for empathy, and 0.56 for communication. In the multivariate regression analysis, the regression coefficient for assurance is significantly negative while all other regression coefficients are significantly positive. In a multivariate regression analysis without the item 'assurance' all regression coefficients are positive. The correlation between the sum score and 'general satisfaction' is 0.608 for all six items and 0.618 for the finally remaining five items. The country specific results are similar.\nThe five items which remain after removing 'assurance', i.e. the SERVQUAL-MOD-5, constitute a short patient satisfaction index which can usefully be applied for different medical conditions and in different countries.",
            "ILLURL": "https://illiad.mst.edu/illiad/illiad.dll/OpenURL?genre=article&aulast=Konerding&issn=1932-6203&isbn=&title=PLoS%20ONE&atitle=Development%20of%20a%20universal%20short%20patient%20satisfaction%20questionnaire%20on%20the%20basis%20of%20SERVQUAL%3A%20Psychometric%20analyses%20with%20data%20of%20diabetes%20and%20stroke%20patients%20from%20six%20different%20European%20countries&volume=14&part=&issue=10&spage=e0197924&epage=&date=2019-10-17",
            "pmid": "31622359",
            "fullTextFile": "https://develop.libkey.io/libraries/222/articles/348533100/full-text-file?utm_source=api_714",
            "contentLocation": "https://develop.libkey.io/libraries/222/articles/348533100",
            "availableThroughBrowzine": true,
            "startPage": "e0197924",
            "endPage": "",
            "browzineWebLink": "https://develop.browzine.com/libraries/222/journals/8166/issues/290003457?showArticleInContext=doi:10.1371%2Fjournal.pone.0197924&utm_source=api_714"
        },
        {
            "id": 343609716,
            "type": "articles",
            "title": "The neural substrate of self- and other-concerned wellbeing: An fMRI study",
            "date": "2019-10-01",
            "authors": "Jo, HanShin; Ou, Yang-Yen; Kung, Chun-Chia",
            "inPress": false,
            "doi": "10.1371/journal.pone.0203974",
            "abstract": "Happiness, or Subjective Well-Being (SWB), is generally considered as a peaceful and satisfied state accompanied by consistent and optimistic mood. Due to its subjective and elusive nature, however, wellbeing has only been scarcely investigated in the neuroimaging literature. In this study, we investigated its neural substrates by characterizing two different perspectives: self- or other-concerned wellbeing. In the present study, 22 participants evaluated the subjective happiness (with button presses 1 to 4) to 3 categories (intra- and inter-personal and neutral) of pre-rated pictures in a slow event-related fMRI. Because wellbeing is constantly featured by pleasure feelings after self-inspection, we predict that happier conditions, featured by \"intra-personal vs. neutral\" and \"inter-personal vs. neutral\" conditions, should yield higher BOLD activities in overlapping reward- and self-related regions. Indeed, medial prefrontal (mPFC), pregenual ACC (pACC), precuneus and posterior cingulate cortex (PCC) were revealed both by General Linear Model (GLM) (categorical contrasts) and parametric modulations (correlations with rating 1-4s), specifically, more connectivity between nucleus accumbens (NAcc) and mPFC, via additional psychophysiological interaction, or PPI, analyses. More interestingly, GLM and multivariate searchlight analyses jointly reveal the subdivision of mPFC and the PCC/precuneus, with anterior mPFC and dorsal PCC/precuneus more for interpersonal, posterior mPFC and ventral PCC/precuneus more for intrapersonal, SWB, respectively. Taken together, these results are not only consistent with the \"cortical midline hypothesis of the self\", but also extending the \"spatial gradients of self-to-other-concerned processing\" from mPFC to including both mPFC and PCC/precuneus, making them two \"hubs\" of self-to-other-concerned wellbeing network.",
            "ILLURL": "https://illiad.mst.edu/illiad/illiad.dll/OpenURL?genre=article&aulast=Jo&issn=1932-6203&isbn=&title=PLoS%20ONE&atitle=The%20neural%20substrate%20of%20self-%20and%20other-concerned%20wellbeing%3A%20An%20fMRI%20study&volume=14&part=&issue=10&spage=e0203974&epage=&date=2019-10-01",
            "pmid": "31574083",
            "fullTextFile": "https://develop.libkey.io/libraries/222/articles/343609716/full-text-file?utm_source=api_714",
            "contentLocation": "https://develop.libkey.io/libraries/222/articles/343609716",
            "availableThroughBrowzine": true,
            "startPage": "e0203974",
            "endPage": "",
            "browzineWebLink": "https://develop.browzine.com/libraries/222/journals/8166/issues/290003457?showArticleInContext=doi:10.1371%2Fjournal.pone.0203974&utm_source=api_714"
        },
        {
            "id": 348998075,
            "type": "articles",
            "title": "The effect of heavy metal contamination on humans and animals in the vicinity of a zinc smelting facility",
            "date": "2019-10-28",
            "authors": "Shen, Xiaoyun; Chi, Yongkuan; Xiong, Kangning",
            "inPress": false,
            "doi": "10.1371/journal.pone.0207423",
            "abstract": null,
            "ILLURL": "https://illiad.mst.edu/illiad/illiad.dll/OpenURL?genre=article&aulast=Shen&issn=1932-6203&isbn=&title=PLoS%20ONE&atitle=The%20effect%20of%20heavy%20metal%20contamination%20on%20humans%20and%20animals%20in%20the%20vicinity%20of%20a%20zinc%20smelting%20facility&volume=14&part=&issue=10&spage=e0207423&epage=&date=2019-10-28",
            "pmid": "",
            "fullTextFile": "https://develop.libkey.io/libraries/222/articles/348998075/full-text-file?utm_source=api_714",
            "contentLocation": "https://develop.libkey.io/libraries/222/articles/348998075",
            "availableThroughBrowzine": true,
            "startPage": "e0207423",
            "endPage": "",
            "browzineWebLink": "https://develop.browzine.com/libraries/222/journals/8166/issues/290003457?showArticleInContext=doi:10.1371%2Fjournal.pone.0207423&utm_source=api_714"
        },
        {
            "id": 348533129,
            "type": "articles",
            "title": "Characterization and variation of the rhizosphere fungal community structure of cultivated tetraploid cotton",
            "date": "2019-10-18",
            "authors": "Qiao, Qinghua; Zhang, Jingxia; Ma, Changle; Wang, Furong; Chen, Yu; Zhang, Chuanyun; Zhang, Hui; Zhang, Jun",
            "inPress": false,
            "doi": "10.1371/journal.pone.0207903",
            "abstract": "Rhizosphere fungal communities exert important influencing forces on plant growth and health. However, information on the dynamics of the rhizosphere fungal community structure of the worldwide economic crop cotton (Gossypium spp.) is limited. In the present study, next-generation sequencing of nuclear ribosomal internal transcribed spacer-1 (ITS1) was performed to characterize the rhizosphere fungal communities of G. hirsutum cv. TM-1 (upland cotton) and G. barbadense cv. Hai 7124 (island cotton). The plants were grown in field soil (FS) that had been continuously cropped with cotton and nutrient-rich soil (NS) that had not been cropped. The fungal species richness, diversity, and community composition were analyzed and compared among the soil resources, cotton genotypes, and developmental stages. We found that the fungal community structures were different between the rhizosphere and bulk soil and the difference were significantly varied between FS and NS. Our results suggested that cotton rhizosphere fungal community structure variation may have been primarily influenced by the interaction of cotton roots with different soil resources. We also found that the community composition of the cotton rhizosphere fungi varied significantly during different developmental stages. In addition, we observed fungi that was enriched or depleted at certain developmental stages and genotypes in FS and NS, and these insights can lay a foundation for deep research into the dynamics of pathogenic fungi and nutrient absorption of cotton roots. This research illustrates the characteristics of the cotton rhizosphere fungal communities and provides important information for understanding the potential influences of rhizosphere fungal communities on cotton growth and health.",
            "ILLURL": "https://illiad.mst.edu/illiad/illiad.dll/OpenURL?genre=article&aulast=Qiao&issn=1932-6203&isbn=&title=PLoS%20ONE&atitle=Characterization%20and%20variation%20of%20the%20rhizosphere%20fungal%20community%20structure%20of%20cultivated%20tetraploid%20cotton&volume=14&part=&issue=10&spage=e0207903&epage=&date=2019-10-18",
            "pmid": "31626665",
            "fullTextFile": "https://develop.libkey.io/libraries/222/articles/348533129/full-text-file?utm_source=api_714",
            "contentLocation": "https://develop.libkey.io/libraries/222/articles/348533129",
            "availableThroughBrowzine": true,
            "startPage": "e0207903",
            "endPage": "",
            "browzineWebLink": "https://develop.browzine.com/libraries/222/journals/8166/issues/290003457?showArticleInContext=doi:10.1371%2Fjournal.pone.0207903&utm_source=api_714"
        },
        {
            "id": 346851314,
            "type": "articles",
            "title": "Clinical experiences with the use of oxytocin injection by healthcare providers in a southwestern state of Nigeria: A cross-sectional study",
            "date": "2019-10-10",
            "authors": "Ejekam, Chioma Stella; Okafor, Ifeoma Peace; Anyakora, Chimezie; Ozomata, Ebenezer A.; Okunade, Kehinde; Oridota, Sofela Ezekiel; Nwokike, Jude",
            "inPress": false,
            "doi": "10.1371/journal.pone.0208367",
            "abstract": "Postpartum hemorrhage (PPH) is a leading cause of maternal mortality in Nigeria and in most low- and middle-income countries. The World Health Organization (WHO) strongly recommends oxytocin as effective, affordable, and the safest drug of first choice in the prevention and treatment of PPH in the third stage of labor. However, there are concerns about its quality. Very high prevalence of poor-quality oxytocin, especially in Africa and Asia, has been reported in literature. Excessive and inappropriate use of oxytocin is also common in low-resource settings.\nTo assess clinical experiences with quality of oxytocin used by healthcare providers in Lagos State, Nigeria.\nThis was a descriptive cross-sectional study conducted in 2017, with 705 respondents (doctors and nurses) who use oxytocin for obstetrics and gynecological services recruited from 195 health facilities (public and registered private) across Lagos State. Data collection was quantitative, using a pretested self-administered questionnaire. Data analysis was performed with IBM SPSS version 21. Statistical significance was set at 5 percent (p<0.05). Ethical approval was obtained from Lagos University Teaching Hospital Health Research Ethics Committee.\nOnly 52 percent of the respondents knew oxytocin should be stored at 2°C to 8°C. About 80 percent of respondents used oxytocin for augmentation of labor, 68 percent for induction of labor, 51 percent for stimulation of labor, and 78 percent for management of PPH. Forty-one percent used 20IU and as much as 10% used 30IU to 60IU for management of PPH. About 13 percent of respondents reported believing they had used an ineffective brand of oxytocin in their practice. Just over a third (36%) had an available means of documenting or reporting perceived ineffectiveness of drugs in their facility; of these, only about 12 percent had pharmacovigilance forms in their facilities to report the ineffectiveness.\nThe inappropriate and inconsistent use of oxytocin, especially overdosing, likely led to the high perception of medicine effectiveness among respondents. This is coupled with lack of suspicion of medicine ineffectiveness by clinicians as a possible root cause of poor treatment response or disease progression. Poor knowledge of oxytocin storage and consequent poor storage practices could have contributed to the ineffectiveness reported by some respondents. It is necessary to establish a unified protocol for oxytocin use that is strictly complied with. Continuous training of healthcare providers in medicine safety monitoring is advocated.",
            "ILLURL": "https://illiad.mst.edu/illiad/illiad.dll/OpenURL?genre=article&aulast=Ejekam&issn=1932-6203&isbn=&title=PLoS%20ONE&atitle=Clinical%20experiences%20with%20the%20use%20of%20oxytocin%20injection%20by%20healthcare%20providers%20in%20a%20southwestern%20state%20of%20Nigeria%3A%20A%C2%A0cross-sectional%20study&volume=14&part=&issue=10&spage=e0208367&epage=&date=2019-10-10",
            "pmid": "31600195",
            "fullTextFile": "https://develop.libkey.io/libraries/222/articles/346851314/full-text-file?utm_source=api_714",
            "contentLocation": "https://develop.libkey.io/libraries/222/articles/346851314",
            "availableThroughBrowzine": true,
            "startPage": "e0208367",
            "endPage": "",
            "browzineWebLink": "https://develop.browzine.com/libraries/222/journals/8166/issues/290003457?showArticleInContext=doi:10.1371%2Fjournal.pone.0208367&utm_source=api_714"
        },
        ...
        {
            "id": 348533361,
            "type": "articles",
            "title": "Empathy affects tradeoffs between life's quality and duration",
            "date": "2019-10-24",
            "authors": "Jenkins, Adrianna C.",
            "inPress": false,
            "doi": "10.1371/journal.pone.0221652",
            "abstract": "Sharing others' emotional experience through empathy has been widely linked to prosocial behavior, i.e., behavior that aims to improve others' welfare. However, different aspects of a person's welfare do not always move in concert. The present research investigated how empathy affects tradeoffs between two different aspects of others' welfare: their experience (quality of life) and existence (duration of life). Three experiments offer evidence that empathy increases the priority people place on reducing others' suffering relative to prolonging their lives. Participants assigned to high or low empathy conditions considered scenarios in which saving a person's life was incompatible with extinguishing the person's suffering. Higher empathy for a suffering accident victim was associated with greater preference to let the person die rather than keep the person alive. Participants expressed greater preference to end the lives of friends than strangers (Experiment 1), those whose perspectives they had taken than those whom they considered from afar (Experiment 2), and those who remained alert and actively suffering than those whose injuries had rendered them unconscious (Experiment 3). These results highlight a distinction between empathy's effects on the motivation to reduce another person's suffering and its effects on the prosocial behaviors that sometimes, but do not necessarily, follow from that motivation, including saving the person's life. Results have implications for scientific understanding of the relationship between empathy and morality and for contexts in which people make decisions on behalf of others.",
            "ILLURL": "https://illiad.mst.edu/illiad/illiad.dll/OpenURL?genre=article&aulast=Jenkins&issn=1932-6203&isbn=&title=PLoS%20ONE&atitle=Empathy%20affects%20tradeoffs%20between%20life's%20quality%20and%20duration&volume=14&part=&issue=10&spage=e0221652&epage=&date=2019-10-24",
            "pmid": "31647809",
            "fullTextFile": "https://develop.libkey.io/libraries/222/articles/348533361/full-text-file?utm_source=api_714",
            "contentLocation": "https://develop.libkey.io/libraries/222/articles/348533361",
            "availableThroughBrowzine": true,
            "startPage": "e0221652",
            "endPage": "",
            "browzineWebLink": "https://develop.browzine.com/libraries/222/journals/8166/issues/290003457?showArticleInContext=doi:10.1371%2Fjournal.pone.0221652&utm_source=api_714"
        }
    ],
    "meta": {
        "cursor": {
            "next": "eyJwYWdlU2l6ZSI6MTAwLCJsb2NhdGlvbiI6eyJBcnRpY2xlU3RhcnRQYWdlTnVtZXJpYyI6IjIyMTY1MiIsIkFydGljbGVTdGFydFBhZ2UiOiJlMDIyMTY1MiIsIkFydGljbGVUaXRsZSI6IkVtcGF0aHkgYWZmZWN0cyB0cmFkZW9mZnMgYmV0d2VlbiBsaWZlJ3MgcXVhbGl0eSBhbmQgZHVyYXRpb24iLCJBcnRpY2xlSUQiOjM0ODUzMzM2MX0sIm5leHQiOm51bGx9|294695339d263c3ad5c5f0af11bf5e1dcdb1a414"
        }
    }
}
Example Request, retrieving a subsequent page of articles of with issue 290003457:

A subsequent page of the articles of an issue is retrieved by issuing a GET against the same URL page, but by adding a query string parameter named cursor with the value found in the meta.cursor.next property of the preceeding page of data.

https://staging-api.thirdiron.com/public/v1/libraries/222/issues/290003457/articles?cursor=eyJwYWdlU2l6ZSI6MTAwLCJsb2NhdGlvbiI6eyJBcnRpY2xlU3RhcnRQYWdlTnVtZXJpYyI6IjIyMTY1MiIsIkFydGljbGVTdGFydFBhZ2UiOiJlMDIyMTY1MiIsIkFydGljbGVUaXRsZSI6IkVtcGF0aHkgYWZmZWN0cyB0cmFkZW9mZnMgYmV0d2VlbiBsaWZlJ3MgcXVhbGl0eSBhbmQgZHVyYXRpb24iLCJBcnRpY2xlSUQiOjM0ODUzMzM2MX0sIm5leHQiOm51bGx9|294695339d263c3ad5c5f0af11bf5e1dcdb1a414

Example Response:
{
    "data": [
        {
            "id": 348533344,
            "type": "articles",
            "title": "Novel approaches to model effects of subconjunctival blebs on flow pressure to improve clinical grading systems after glaucoma drainage surgery",
            "date": "2019-10-24",
            "authors": "Bouremel, Yann; Lee, Richard M. H.; Eames, Ian; Brocchini, Steve; Khaw, Peng Tee",
            "inPress": false,
            "doi": "10.1371/journal.pone.0221715",
            "abstract": "Clinical grading systems following glaucoma filtration surgery do not include any effects of the bleb on the intra-ocular pressure and are relatively subjective, therefore carrying the risk of inter and/or intra-observer variability. The main objective of the study is to quantify and model the effect of subconjunctival bleb on flow pressure for assessment of clinical grading following glaucoma surgery. Subconjunctival bleb was created by inserting a tube into ex vivo rabbit eyes via an ab externo approach through the anterior chamber and exiting into the subconjunctival space. Sterile dyed water was injected through the tube into the developing bleb. For the in vitro approach a silicone bleb was created by clamping a circular silicone sheet, injecting dyed water through a fixed resistance outlet tube. Photographic measurements of the bleb height, planform area and pressure were taken as a function of time. Clinical blebs were also collected over a few months. Mathematical algorithm software was used to build the bleb model. Bleb height and volume increase as pressure in the bleb increases. The bleb planform area tended to a constant determined by the section of conjunctiva prior to shunt insertion. These increases were in accordance with the bleb model developed in the Appendix. They show that the pressure in the bleb is related to the resistance of the outflow. The linearity of clinical grading systems is reviewed and a new grading approach is proposed. The pressure in the bleb has a strong dependence on bleb extent, height and a weak dependence on conjunctival thickness. The pressure in a bleb can be estimated from bleb height, radius, and flow rate inlet in agreement with the bleb flow model. These results provide support for an improved bleb categorization system.",
            "ILLURL": "https://illiad.mst.edu/illiad/illiad.dll/OpenURL?genre=article&aulast=Bouremel&issn=1932-6203&isbn=&title=PLoS%20ONE&atitle=Novel%20approaches%20to%20model%20effects%20of%20subconjunctival%20blebs%20on%20flow%20pressure%20to%20improve%20clinical%20grading%20systems%20after%20glaucoma%20drainage%20surgery&volume=14&part=&issue=10&spage=e0221715&epage=&date=2019-10-24",
            "pmid": "31647822",
            "fullTextFile": "https://develop.libkey.io/libraries/222/articles/348533344/full-text-file?utm_source=api_714",
            "contentLocation": "https://develop.libkey.io/libraries/222/articles/348533344",
            "availableThroughBrowzine": true,
            "startPage": "e0221715",
            "endPage": "",
            "browzineWebLink": "https://develop.browzine.com/libraries/222/journals/8166/issues/290003457?showArticleInContext=doi:10.1371%2Fjournal.pone.0221715&utm_source=api_714"
        },
        {
            "id": 344257841,
            "type": "articles",
            "title": "Validation of a simple extraction procedure for bisphenol A identification from human plasma",
            "date": "2019-10-03",
            "authors": "Wiraagni, Idha Arfianti; Mohd, Mustafa Ali; bin Abd Rashid, Rusdi; Haron, Didi Erwandi bin Mohamad",
            "inPress": false,
            "doi": "10.1371/journal.pone.0221774",
            "abstract": "The general population is exposed to bisphenol A (BPA) orally, parenterally, transdermally, and environmentally as a result of the use of BPA in food packaging, plastics, and personal care products. The majority of the population nowadays (91-99%) has detectable levels of BPA inside their body. In this study, we successfully performed an inexpensive, rapid, and simple protein precipitation procedure for extraction of BPA from human plasma, followed by analysis by LC-MS/MS. This method was specifically developed for handling large numbers of samples with minimum cost and volume of sample. The developed method was accurate, precise, and reproducible for quantification of BPA from human plasma samples in the concentration range of 10-2000 ng/mL. The method was performed on samples from 150 healthy volunteers who were enrolled in the study. The mean of observed BPA level was 2.22 ± 9.91 ng/mL. Higher BPA levels were observed for females compare to that of males (p-value = 0.002), the BPA levels were higher in participants 33 years of age and older compared to those less than 33 years of age (p-value = 0.000), then the BPA levels higher in subjects with tap water as source of drinking (p-value = 0.005). This method may be valuable for general risk assessment of BPA for a large and varied population because of its efficiency and economical aspects.",
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