What is RSS?
RSS (Really Simple Syndication) is a web feed XML format that contains either a summary of content from an associated web site or the full text. RSS feeds notify users of updated content on their favorite websites without them actually having to go to the site. The Journal of Immunology offers RSS feeds of current and recent citation information and abstracts.
How do I use RSS?
- You need to install an RSS reader (or aggregator) on your computer. Some readers are free. You can find sample listings of readers at dmoz.org, blogspace.com, or add them as an extention to your browser.
- If you maintain a website you can use services such as RSSFeedConverter or MobileRSS that will allow you to integrate RSS into your web pages.
How do I get RSS feeds from The Journal of Immunology?
Click on one of the links above and copy and paste the URL (web address for the RSS feed) into your RSS reader. Then follow instructions for your specific RSS reader or browser.