Bio::Biblio::PubmedArticle(3) Representation of a PUBMED article


$obj = Bio::Biblio::PubmedArticle->new
(-pubmed_history_list =>
[ { 'pub_status' => 'pubmed',
'date' => '2001-12-1T10:0:00Z' },
{ 'pub_status' => 'medline',
'date' => '2002-1-5T10:1:00Z' } ],
-pubmed_status => 'ppublish');
#--- OR ---
$obj = Bio::Biblio::PubmedArticle->new();
$obj->pubmed_status ('ppublish');


A storage object for a general PUBMED article. See its place in the class hierarchy in


The following attributes are specific to this class (however, you can also set and get all attributes defined in the parent classes):

  pubmed_history_list       type: array ref of hashes
  pubmed_article_id_list    type: array ref of hashes
  pubmed_url_list           type: array ref of hashes


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