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  1. I noticed supplementary material is also problematic. For example, article is from vol. 5 with page number uses format like “S87”, but the journal on the database is structured and/or indexed differently and do not have page “S87.” They have page “87” on their vol.5 suppl.1

    Another example, the article is part of v. 13 suppl. 1 p.55. OpenURL sends the volume number and page number, but crucial “suppl.1” info is missing from the link.

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