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The ProQuest “Digital Dissertations and Theses” database – electronic collection of the doctoral and master dissertations defended at universities of 80 countries. The fullest collection of theses and abstracts in the world. The database includes works of authors more than from 1,7 thousand universities of the different countries:
- In total about 2,9 million works
- More than 1,2 million – full texts in the PDF format
- The DB weekly is replenished
- Annual replenishment – more than 75000 documents
- Depth of archive – since 1637 to the present
- Russian-speaking interface
- Online translation into Russian
- about 600 open companies of theses on medicine
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