Bio::Biblio::JournalArticle - representation of a journal article
$obj = Bio::Biblio::JournalArticle->new(-title => 'Come to grief', -journal => Bio::Biblio::Journal->new()); #--- OR --- $obj = Bio::Biblio::JournalArticle->new(); $obj->title ('Come to grief'); $obj->journal (Bio::Biblio::Journal->new(-name => 'English Mysteries'));
A storage object for a journal article. See its place in the class hierarchy in http://www.ebi.ac.uk/~senger/openbqs/images/bibobjects_perl.gif
The following attributes are specific to this class (however, you can also set and get all attributes defined in the parent classes):
issue issue_supplement journal type: Bio::Biblio::Journal volume
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