12. Antilope download/upload

Auteur Jan Corthouts
Aanmaak 28 feb 2007 09:45
Aangepast door Luc Bastiaenssen
Aangepast op 03 jun 2008 16:57
Oud BVV nr 2110

12.1. Abstract

This document describes how Antilope records can be exchanged:

  • Download of records for inclusion in a local catalogue
  • Supply of records for upload in Antilope

12.2. Introduction

Antilope is the Belgian union catalogue of periodicals held by the Royal Library and other university, research and special libraries in Belgium. From a local Antwerp catalogue with editions in 1973, 1975 and 1977 Antilope developed in 1981 into a national union catalogue, under the direction of the Conference of University Librarians, which has been adopting the objectives of the Antwerp catalogue together with its name.

Year Participants Titles Locations Titles per location Remark
1973 4 6.000 7.700 1:1,28  
1975 17 12.000 15.500 1:1,29  
1977 17 14.000 18.000 1:1,28  
1981 31 29.000 40.000 1:1,38  
1987 52 33.000 73.000 1:2,21  
1990 62 36.000 85.000 1:2,36  
1993 80 51.000 117.000 1:2,29  
1995 83 154.318 328.554 1:2,13 Inclusion of ceased periodicals in Antilope (Antilope Termijnplan - VOWB project)
1996 164 146.854 325.071 1:2,21  
1997 165 173.737 381.379 1:2,19  
1998 179 147.934 368.866 1:2,49  
1999 179 144.068 232.325 1:1,61  
2000 173 148.071 365.985 1:2,47  
2001 183 144.975 380.405 1:2,62  
2002 189 148.421 394.685 1:2,66  
2003 205 153.718 404.740 1:2,63  
2004 195 170.426 436.034 1:2,63  
2005 190 165.576 409.752 1:2,56  
2006 190 167.271 410.752 1:2,46  
2007 195 180.684 434.679 1:2,41  
2008 193 238.771 495.939 1:2,08 Major update from KBR
2009 189 239.041 499.479 1:2,09  
2010 198 296.655 659.943 1:2,22 Major update from LIBIS-Net
2011 198 309.905 691.936 1:2,23  

12.3. How to access the Antilope catalogue

The Antilope catalogue can be accessed

12.5. Download procedure

The second Sunday of each month the Antilope records are exported from the database in MARC21 XML-format. These files are available from http://anet.uantwerpen.be/antilope. Here you will find:

  • antilope.xml

    The records in this file are all MARC21 records. Special attention for following elements:

    • <controlfield tag="001">

      Controlfield 001 always contains the unique identifier of the Antilope record. This identifier has the form c:lvd:n were n is a number.

    • <datafield ind1=" " ind2=" " tag="852">: datafield 852 contains the journal locations and holdings and has the following subfields:

      • <subfield code="a"> Mandatory: contains the acronym of the library holding the journal. All valid acronyms can be found in http://anet.uantwerpen.be/antilope/acronyms.csv
      • <subfield code="b"> Mandatory: contains a code identifying the collection to which the journal belongs.
      • <subfield code="c"> Mandatory: contains the call number of the journal.
      • <subfield code="3"> Contains a general statement with regard to the holdings of the journal.
      • <subfield code="g"> Contains a record number identifying the journal record in the catalogue from which the record originates. When journal records are uploaded in the Antilope catalogue, the local record identifiers are kept and stored in this subfield. This number can consist of two parts separated by a dot e.g. 1234.5678. The left part identifies the bibliographic record number from the originating database. The right part identifies the holding. If there is no holding identifier, the right part remains undefined.
    • Antilope records do not contain any subject classification, nor are the locations of e-journals included.

    An example of a Antilope XML record can be found here

  • lgcodes.csv

    Antilope records may contain language independent codes between < and >. The meaning of these codes is given in the table lgcodes.csv. This table has the following columns.

    • code as present in the XML records
    • contains either N (Dutch), E (English) or F (French)
    • expression of the code in Dutch, English or French
  • acronyms.csv

    This file contains all the valid library acronyms used in datafield 852 subfield a. Besides the acronym, the file also contains the address and the contact information for the library.

  • records.csv

    This file gives the matching between

    • New Antilope record number (format c:lvd:n)
    • Old Antilope record number (format 4.n)
    • ISSN number
  • holdings.csv

    This file gives the matching between

    • Antilope record number (format c:lvd:n)
    • Antilope holding identifier (format p:lvd:n)
    • Library acronym
    • Call number
    • Collection identifier
    • Holding statement
    • Holding identifier (source database)
    • ISSN number
    • Title
  • timestamp

    This file contains the production timestamp (in ISO format) of the Antilope XML file. This timestamp can eventually be used to check for new versions.

12.6. Upload procedure - Timing and financial aspects

  • Timing

    Files can be supplied during the months of October and November. Those who pass the parsing procedure without errors are uploaded and the institution’s records are incorporated into the Antilope Catalogue. Files that don’t pass the parsing procedure are send back to the institution to be reviewed. We commit ourselves that files will be uploaded during the months of November and December.

  • Financial aspects

    No costs are involved when files are supplied in the correct format. If extra software development is needed to upload the file, Anet will charge the institution based on an ad hoc offer. Manual upload procedures are charged at a rate of EUR 2,50 a record.

12.7. Upload procedure - MARC21 XML records

The Antilope upload procedure uses the same MARC21 scheme as used for the download procedure. During uploading Anet tries to match/merge the supplied record with the existing Antilope record. Anet therefor asks participating libraries always to include the Antilope record number or the ISSN number in the supplied record.

  • ISSN-number

    Always give the ISSN-number in subfield a of datafield 022 e.g.

    <datafield ind1=" " ind2=" " tag="022">
    <subfield code="a">0772-7003</subfield>
    </datafield>
    
  • Antilope record number

    Always give the Antilope record number in datafield 035 subfield a. e.g.

    <datafield ind1=" " ind2=" " tag="035">
    <subfield code="a">c:lvd:252017</subfield>
    </datafield>
    

    If you are not able to supply the Antilope record number, omit the datatag.

  • Local record number

    Include your local record number in datafield 001 e.g.

    <controlfield tag="001">1234567</controlfield>
    
  • Antilope record number in your local catalogue

    To help Anet in match/merging records we kindly ask participants to include the Antilope record number when supplying records to Anet. To facilitate this Anet provides a table giving the matching between old Antilope record number, new Antilope record numbers and ISSN-number. You can find this table as a csv file at http://anet.uantwerpen.be/antilope/records.csv . You can also use this table for changing the old Antilope record numbers in your local catalogue.

  • Journal holdings

    <datafield ind1=" " ind2=" " tag="852">: datafield 852 should contain the journal locations and holdings. Use the following subfields:

    • <subfield code="a"> Mandatory: contains the acronym of the library holding the journal. Use only valid acronyms. These can be found in http://anet.uantwerpen.be/antilope/acronyms.csv
    • <subfield code="b"> Mandatory: contains a code identifying the collection to which the journal belongs. The content of this field can take two values
      • z (default value)
      • d (for depot journals such as defined e.g. within the VOWB Biomed project)
    • <subfield code="c"> Mandatory: contains the call number of the journal. If there is no call number, you can supply - [hyphen]
    • <subfield code="3"> contains a general statement with regard to the holdings of the journal.
    • <subfield code="g"> contains a record number identifying the journal record in your system. When journal records are uploaded in the Antilope catalogue, the local record identifiers are kept and stored in this subfield. This number can consist of two parts separated by a dot e.g. 1234.5678. The left part identifies the bibliographic record number from the originating database. The right part identifies the holding. If there is no holding identifier, the right part remains undefined.
    • <subfield code="z"> contains a general note with regard to the holding.
  • Library acronyms

    Always use a valid library acronym in datafield 852 subfield a. All valid acronyms can be found in http://anet.uantwerpen.be/antilope/acronyms.csv. Contact helpdesk@anet.be if the file does not contain an acronym for your library. A new acronym will then be defined for you.

  • E-journals

    You can supply the url of the e-journal in tag 856 subfield u. Also provide an identifier of the publisher in subfield n. Example

    <datafield ind1="4" ind2=" " tag="856">
    <subfield code="u">http://www.emeraldinsight.com/0951-3574.htm</subfield>
    <subfield code="n">emerald</subfield>
    </datafield>
    

12.8. Upload procedure - CSV files

You can also supply Antilope records in a csv-file. This file is then used to match/merge records with the existing catalogue. Anet therefor asks participating libraries always to include the Antilope record number or the ISSN number in the supplied record.

For csv files we ask to supply the files with the following specifications:

  • delimiter (field separator): ;
  • lineterminator: rn
  • quotechar: “
  • doublequote: True ( Controls how instances of quotechar appearing inside a field should be themselves be quoted. When True, the quotechar character is doubled)
  • characterset: ISO-Latin-1
  • Maximum number of author names: 3
  • The first row must always contain the field names

The format is as follows

Column (field) name Optional versus Mandatory Content

Identifier

This section contains a pair of values: id*_type and id*_content. If both fields are left empty, the record is considered to be a new record and the record is automatically added to the Antilope catalogue. If the field is not empty, the upload software will try to match the supplied record with the existing Antilope catalogue based on the Antilope record number or the ISBN number.**

id*_type Optional

Contains the type of record identifier. Always use one of the following values

  • antilope: antilope refers to the Antilope record number as displayed in the Antilope catalogue (http://anet.ua.ac.be/opac/opacantilope. This number takes the form c:lvd:nnnnnn and can be found on top of the full record display
  • issn
  • isbn
  • local: local refers to your local record number/identifier
id*_content Optional Contains the actual identifier such as c:lvd:1234456 (antilope record number) or 1234-6543 (ISSN number)

First, second, third etc. identifier to be given as id1_type, id1_content, id2_type, id2_content,... Please take care that the CSV files has got a consistent column structure. If 1 record in the file has 3 identifiers, each other record in the file must have columns for the second and third identifiers. Columns will in that case remain empty.

Multiple ISSN numbers are to be given as id1_ty = issn, id1_content = 1234-5678, id2_ty=issn, id2_content=4356-6543

Membership
lm Mandatory must always be antilope
Language
lg Optional Language of the content. Use ISO language codes (dut|eng|fre|ger|ita|...) If language is unknown, give code und (for undefined). If there are multiple languages, give code mul (for multiple).
Title
title*_content Mandatory Journal title
title*_type Optional

Title type. Must be one of the following values

  • h: main title
  • p: parallel title
title*_lg Optional Language of the title. Use ISO language codes (dut|eng|fre|ger|ita|...). If language is unknown, give code und (for undefined). If there are multiple languages, give code mul (for multiple).
First, second, third, ... title to be given as title1_content, title1_type, title1_lg, title2_content, title2_type, title2_lg ... Please take care that the CSV files has got a consistent column structure. If 1 record in the file has 3 titles, each other record in the file must have columns for the second and third title. Columns will in that case remain empty.
Personal author name
au*_fn Optional Family name
au*_vn Optional First name
au*_role Optional

Author function Use one of the following values

  • aut
  • oth
First, second, third, ... authors to be given as au1_fn, au1_vn, au1_role, au2_fn, au2_vn, au2_role, au3_fn, au3_vn, au3_role ... Please take care that the CSV files has got a consistent column structure. If 1 record in the file has 3 authors, each other record in the file must have columns for the second and third authors. Columns will in that case remain empty.
Corporate author name
ca*_n Optional Corporate author name
ca*_role Optional

Corporate author function Use one of the following values

  • aut
  • oth
First, second, third, ... corporate authors to be given as ca1_n, ca1_role, ca2_n, ca2_role, Please take care that the CSV files has got a consistent column structure. If 1 record in the file has 3 corporate authors, each other record in the file must have columns for the second and third authors. Columns will in that case remain empty.
Impressum
ug Optional Publisher
pl Optional Place of publication
ju Optional

Year of publication in one of following formats

  • YYYY-
  • YYYY-YYYY
Collation
co Optional Collation
Note
note* Optional Note
note*_ty Optional

Note type Use one of the following types

  • alg: general note
  • co: continuation of
  • cb: continued by
  • orit: original title
First, second, third note to be given as note1ty, note2, note2ty, note3, note3ty... Please take care that the CSV files has got a consistent column structure. If 1 record in the file has 3 notes, each other record in the file must have columns for the second and third notes. Columns will in that case remain empty.
Holding library and call number
pk*_lib Mandatory Library acronym. Only use valid Antilope acronyms. All valid acronyms can be found in http://anet.ua.ac.be/antilope/acronyms.csv
pk*_ty Mandatory

The content of this field can take two values

  • z (default value)
  • d (for depot journals such as defined e.g. within the VOWB Biomed project)
pk*_vw Optional Call number of the journal in your collection
pk*_ho Optional

Holding. This filed contains a statement explaining the holdings for that journal in your library. Example:

  • 1960 (vol. 1) -
  • 1980 (vol. 20) - 1989 (vol. 29)
  • 1970 (vol. 16) - 1980 (vol. 26); incomplete
pk*_ann Optional Note with regard to your holdings.

Important: if your library has more than one holding (same Antilope acronym but multiple holding), please repeat the pk-fields and supply the holdings separately as pk1_lib, pk1_ty, pk1_vw, pk1_ho, pk2_lib, pk2_ty, pk2_vw, pk2_ho

If you supply holdings for different libraries (=different Antilope acronyms), please supply a separate record (separate row) for each individual library (=Antilope acronym).

Electronic journals This section is used to submit the URL for e-journals. Only use this to include the publishers URL, NOT not the URL pointing to your local OpenUrl resolver.
publisher Optional Provide an identifier for the publisher of the electronic journals (example: elsevier, emerald, ...)
value Optional Provide the URL of the electronic journal.
End
end Mandatory Last column should always contain the value “end”

Example of an Antilope csv formatted file:

id1_type;id1_content;id2_type;id2_content;id3_type;id3_content;lm;title1_content;title1_type;title1_lg;pk1_lib;pk1_ty;pk1_vw;pk1_ho;pk1_ann;end
antilope;c:lvd:830808;;;local;68;antilope;American journal of respiratory and critical care medicine;h;und;VDIC-PI;z;-;1994 -... ;;end
antilope;c:lvd:1193823;issn;0001-3692;local;1;antilope;Abstracts on hygiene;h;und;VDIC-PI;z;-;1968 -1980 ;;end
antilope;c:lvd:508438;issn;0001-4079;local;247;antilope;Bulletin de l'Académie nationale de médecine;h;und;VDIC-PI;z;-;1933 -1961 ;;end
antilope;c:lvd:508438;issn;0001-4079;local;247;antilope;Bulletin de l'Académie Nationale de médecine;h;und;VDIC-VES;z;-;2004 -... ;;end
antilope;c:lvd:957043;issn;0001-415X;local;248;antilope;Bulletin de l'Académie royale de médecine de Belgique;h;und;VDIC-PI;z;-;1919 -1937 ;;end
antilope;c:lvd:957043;issn;0001-415X;local;248;antilope;Bulletin de l'Académie royale de médecine de Belgique;h;und;VDIC-IPH;z;-;1841 -1974 ;;end
antilope;c:lvd:1189086;issn;0001-4192;local;249;antilope;Bulletin de l'Académie vétérinaire de France;h;und;VDIC-IPH;z;-;2003 -2003 ;;end
antilope;c:lvd:1189086;issn;0001-4192;local;249;antilope;Bulletin de l'Académie vétérinaire de France;h;und;VDIC-CODA/CERVA;z;-;1928 -1995 ;;end
antilope;c:lvd:1189086;issn;0001-4192;local;249;antilope;Bulletin de l'Académie vétérinaire de France;h;und;VDIC-FAVV/AFSCA;z;-;2004 -... ;;end
antilope;c:lvd:1192623;issn;0001-4214;local;974;antilope;Revue roumaine de biochimie;h;und;VDIC-PI;z;-;1981 -1990 ;;end
antilope;c:lvd:435622;issn;0001-4966;local;1247;antilope;Journal of the acoustical society of America;h;und;VDIC-IPH;z;-;1974 -1993 ;ol. 56 - N. 5 (1974);end
antilope;c:lvd:210248;issn;0001-5385;local;6;antilope;Acta cardiologica;h;und;VDIC-VES;z;-;2004 -... ;004 - N.4;end
antilope;c:lvd:210248;issn;0001-5385;local;6;antilope;Acta cardiologica;h;und;VDIC-IPH;z;-;1990 -2003 ;;end
antilope;c:lvd:392484;issn;0001-5547;local;8;antilope;Acta cytologica;h;und;VDIC-IPH;z;-;2000 -... ;;end
antilope;c:lvd:1193695;issn;0001-723X;local;22;antilope;Acta virologica;h;und;VDIC-PI;z;-;1957 -1986 ;;end
antilope;c:lvd:1193695;issn;0001-723X;local;22;antilope;Acta virologica;h;und;VDIC-CODA/CERVA;z;-;1972 -2001 ;;end
antilope;c:lvd:211723;issn;0001-7280;local;23;antilope;Acta zoologica et pathologica Antverpiensia;h;und;VDIC-PI;z;-;1966 -1992 ;;end
antilope;c:lvd:209209;issn;0002-7863;local;691;antilope;Journal of the American chemical Society;h;und;VDIC-PI;z;-;1956 -1970 ;;end
antilope;c:lvd:1193913;issn;0002-8894;local;55;antilope;American industrial hygiene association journal;h;und;VDIC-IPH;z;-;1971 -1993 ;;end
antilope;c:lvd:209818;issn;0002-9173;local;57;antilope;American journal of clinical pathology;h;und;VDIC-PI;z;-;1979 -1983 ;;end
antilope;c:lvd:209818;issn;0002-9173;local;57;antilope;American journal of clinical pathology;h;und;VDIC-IPH;z;-;2002 -... ;;end
antilope;c:lvd:209743;issn;0002-9262;local;58;antilope;American journal of epidemiology;h;und;VDIC-PI;z;-;1965 -1996 ;;end
antilope;c:lvd:209743;issn;0002-9262;local;58;antilope;American journal of epidemiology;h;und;VDIC-IPH;z;-;1990 -... ;;end
antilope;c:lvd:209743;issn;0002-9262;local;58;antilope;American journal of epidemiology;h;und;VDIC-FAVV/AFSCA;z;-;2004 -... ;;end
antilope;c:lvd:1188909;issn;0002-936X;local;63;antilope;American journal of nursing;h;und;VDIC-VES;z;-;2004 -... ;ol. 104 - N. 8->11 (2004);end
antilope;c:lvd:1188909;issn;0002-936X;local;63;antilope;American journal of nursing;h;und;VDIC-IPH;z;-;1989 -2003 ;"ol. 89 - N. 1->8, 10 (1989); vol. 90 - N. 12 (1990); vol. 91 - N. 3, 4 (1991)";end
antilope;c:lvd:1193702;issn;0002-9645;local;69;antilope;American journal of veterinary research;h;und;VDIC-CODA/CERVA;z;-;1972 -... ;;end
antilope;c:lvd:1193702;issn;0002-9645;local;69;antilope;American journal of veterinary research;h;und;VDIC-FAVV/AFSCA;z;-;2004 -... ;;end
antilope;c:lvd:209765;issn;0003-0805;local;70;antilope;American review of respiratory disease;h;und;VDIC-PI;z;-;1959 -1993 ;;end
antilope;c:lvd:435546;issn;0003-1488;local;694;antilope;Journal of the American veterinary medical Association;h;und;VDIC-CODA/CERVA;z;-;1979 -1996 ;;end
antilope;c:lvd:1195388;issn;0003-150X;local;695;antilope;Journal of the American water works Association;h;und;VDIC-IPH;z;-;1967 -1993 ;;end
antilope;c:lvd:209208;issn;0003-2654;local;72;antilope;Analyst (The);h;und;VDIC-IPH;z;-;1930 -1957  | 1990 -2005 ;;end
antilope;c:lvd:209208;issn;0003-2654;local;72;antilope;Analyst (The);h;und;VDIC-CODA/CERVA;z;-;1979 -2001 ;;end
antilope;c:lvd:209207;issn;0003-2670;local;73;antilope;Analytica chimica acta;h;und;VDIC-IPH;z;-;1975 -1992 ;"975 - N. 77; 1980 - N.114";end
antilope;c:lvd:209204;issn;0003-2689;local;74;antilope;Analytical abstracts;h;und;VDIC-CODA/CERVA;z;-;1975 -1998 ;;end
antilope;c:lvd:209893;issn;0003-2697;local;76;antilope;Analytical biochemistry;h;und;VDIC-PI;z;-;1985 -1996 ;;end
antilope;c:lvd:209893;issn;0003-2697;local;76;antilope;Analytical biochemistry;h;und;VDIC-IPH;z;-;1980 -1994 ;;end
antilope;c:lvd:209893;issn;0003-2697;local;76;antilope;Analytical biochemistry;h;und;VDIC-CODA/CERVA;z;-;1972 -1995 ;;end
antilope;c:lvd:209210;issn;0003-2700;local;77;antilope;Analytical chemistry;h;und;VDIC-PI;z;-;1965 -1975 ;;end
antilope;c:lvd:209210;issn;0003-2700;local;77;antilope;Analytical chemistry;h;und;VDIC-IPH;z;-;1990 -2005 ;ol. 65 (1993);end
antilope;c:lvd:209210;issn;0003-2700;local;77;antilope;Analytical chemistry;h;und;VDIC-CODA/CERVA;z;-;1947 -... ;;end
antilope;c:lvd:1198474;issn;0003-3162;local;78;antilope;Angewandte Parasitologie;h;und;VDIC-CODA/CERVA;z;-;1963 -1972 ;;end
antilope;c:lvd:1249125;issn;0003-3650;local;83;antilope;Animaux de laboratoire;h;und;VDIC-PI;z;-;1970 -1971 ;;end
antilope;c:lvd:1249125;issn;0003-3650;local;83;antilope;Animaux de laboratoire;h;und;VDIC-CODA/CERVA;z;-;1968 -1981 ;;end
antilope;c:lvd:212212;issn;0003-3898;local;92;antilope;Annales de biologie clinique;h;und;VDIC-IPH;z;-;1988 -... ;;end
antilope;c:lvd:383625;issn;0003-4118;local;102;antilope;Annales de médecine vétérinaire;h;und;VDIC-IPH;z;-;1961 -1977  | 1979 -2002 ;;end
antilope;c:lvd:383625;issn;0003-4118;local;102;antilope;Annales de médecine vétérinaire;h;und;VDIC-CODA/CERVA;z;-;1852 -2003 ;;end
antilope;c:lvd:383625;issn;0003-4118;local;102;antilope;Annales de médecine vétérinaire;h;und;VDIC-FAVV/AFSCA;z;-;1978 -2003 ;;end
antilope;c:lvd:1193708;issn;0003-4150;local;104;antilope;Annales de parasitologie humaine et comparée;h;und;VDIC-CODA/CERVA;z;-;1972 -1985 ;;end
antilope;c:lvd:1198521;issn;0003-4193;local;105;antilope;Annales de recherches vétérinaires;h;und;VDIC-CODA/CERVA;z;-;1970 -1992 ;;end
antilope;c:lvd:1198521;issn;0003-4193;local;122;antilope;Annals of veterinary research;h;und;VDIC-CODA/CERVA;z;-;1970 -1992 ;;end
antilope;c:lvd:1167217;issn;0003-4509;local;110;antilope;Annales pharmaceutiques belges;h;und;VDIC-PI;z;-;1976 -1979  | 1982 -1988 ;;end
antilope;c:lvd:1167217;issn;0003-4509;local;110;antilope;Annales pharmaceutiques belges;h;und;VDIC-VES;z;-;2005 -... ;;end
antilope;c:lvd:1167217;issn;0003-4509;local;110;antilope;Annales pharmaceutiques belges;h;und;VDIC-IPH;z;-;1943 -1995  | 1960 -1995 ;;end
antilope;c:lvd:1191143;issn;0003-4738;local;114;antilope;Annals of allergy;h;und;VDIC-IPH;z;-;1984 -1994 ;ol. 52 - N.  1, 2, 3 (1984);end
antilope;c:lvd:209764;issn;0003-4819;local;117;antilope;Annals of internal medicine;h;und;VDIC-PI;z;-;1983 -1983 ;;end
antilope;c:lvd:1193914;issn;0003-4878;local;118;antilope;Annals of occupational hygiene;h;und;VDIC-VES;z;-;2004 -... ;;end
antilope;c:lvd:1193914;issn;0003-4878;local;118;antilope;Annals of occupational hygiene;h;und;VDIC-IPH;z;-;1989 -2003 ;;end
antilope;c:lvd:1193709;issn;0003-4983;local;121;antilope;Annals of tropical medicine & parasitology;h;und;VDIC-VES;z;-;2004 -... ;;end
antilope;c:lvd:1193709;issn;0003-4983;local;121;antilope;Annals of tropical medicine & parasitology;h;und;VDIC-IPH;z;-;1978 -2003 ;;end
antilope;c:lvd:695202;issn;0003-5017;local;123;antilope;L' année biologique;h;und;VDIC-CODA/CERVA;z;-;1973 -1974 ;;end
antilope;c:lvd:1188053;issn;0003-6072;local;138;antilope;Antonie van Leeuwenhoek: journal of microbiology and serology;h;und;VDIC-PI;z;-;1950 -1975 ;;end
antilope;c:lvd:1195999;issn;0003-6455;local;139;antilope;Apiacta;h;und;VDIC-CODA/CERVA;z;-;1977 -1986 ;;end
antilope;c:lvd:1196000;issn;0003-648X;local;140;antilope;Apicultural abstracts;h;und;VDIC-CODA/CERVA;z;-;1979 -1991 ;;end
antilope;c:lvd:375409;issn;0003-6579;local;141;antilope;Apothekers blad (Het);h;und;VDIC-PI;z;-;1980 -1981 ;;end
antilope;c:lvd:375409;issn;0003-6579;local;141;antilope;Apothekers blad (Het);h;und;VDIC-IPH;z;-;1959 -1985 ;;end
antilope;c:lvd:375409;issn;0003-6579;local;141;antilope;Apothekers blad (Het);h;und;VDIC-FAVV/AFSCA;z;-;2000 -2003 ;;end
antilope;c:lvd:1190798;issn;0003-6919;local;145;antilope;Applied microbiology;h;und;VDIC-PI;z;-;1967 -1975 ;;end
antilope;c:lvd:1190798;issn;0003-6919;local;145;antilope;Applied microbiology;h;und;VDIC-IPH;z;-;1969 -1975 ;974 - Vol. 28;end
antilope;c:lvd:1190798;issn;0003-6919;local;145;antilope;Applied microbiology;h;und;VDIC-CODA/CERVA;z;-;1972 -1973 ;;end
antilope;c:lvd:1190782;issn;0003-9012;local;150;antilope;Archiv für die gesamte Virusforschung;h;und;VDIC-PI;z;-;1956 -1974 ;;end
antilope;c:lvd:1190782;issn;0003-9012;local;150;antilope;Archiv für die gesamte Virusforschung;h;und;VDIC-CODA/CERVA;z;-;1972 -1974 ;;end
antilope;c:lvd:1198647;issn;0003-9055;local;151;antilope;Archiv für experimentelle Veterinärmedizin;h;und;VDIC-CODA/CERVA;z;-;1973 -1991 ;;end
antilope;c:lvd:1194953;issn;0003-925X;local;152;antilope;Archiv für lebensmittelhygiene;h;und;VDIC-IPH;z;-;1962 -... ;ol. 24 - N. 1- (1973);end
antilope;c:lvd:954843;issn;0003-9578;local;155;antilope;Archives belges de santé publique;h;und;VDIC-IPH;z;-;1990 -2003 ;;end
antilope;c:lvd:954843;issn;0003-9578;local;167;antilope;Archives of public health;h;und;VDIC-IPH;z;-;1990 -2003 ;;end