Core dictionary (coreCIF) version 2.4.5




   The digital object identifier (DOI) registered to identify
   a data set publication associated with the structure
   described in the current datablock. This should be used
   for a dataset obtained from a curated database such as
   CSD or PDB.

   A DOI is a unique character string identifying any
   object of intellectual property. It provides a
   persistent identifier for an object on a digital network
   and permits the association of related current data in a
   structured extensible way. A DOI is an implementation
   of the Internet concepts of Uniform Resource Name and
   Universal Resource Locator managed according to the
   specifications of the International DOI Foundation (see



Type: char

Category: database