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Quertle is adding over 60,000 published articles from BioMed Central to the latest version of its online biomedical search tool. 'We are excited to introduce relationship-driven semantic searching of full-text documents,' said Jeffrey Saffer, Quertle’s president.

'The indexing of the full text of BioMed Central's articles by Quertle is a great example of how our open access policy maximises the accessibility and discoverability of research,' said BioMed Central’s managing director, Matthew Cockerill.