<elocation-id> Electronic Location Identifier
Bibliographic identifier for a document that does not have traditional printed page numbers.
This element acts in the same way as a page identifier for a document that does not have traditional page numbers; the value could be an article identifier, publisher’s number, etc., for example, “E70”.
External Assigned Identifier
This element holds an externally assigned identifier, assigned to an article by a publisher, an archive, or library to help cite an article that is born digital and will never have page numbers. The contents of this element should not be confused with the @id attribute, which holds an internal document identifier that can be used by software to perform a simple link.
Models and Context
May be contained in
Text, numbers, or special characters
<!ELEMENT elocation-id (#PCDATA) >
... <article-meta> ... <elocation-id seq="1">051101</elocation-id> <permissions> <license license-type="ccc"> <license-p>0003-6951/2006/88(5)/051101/3/<price>$23.00</price></license-p> </license> </permissions> <abstract>...</abstract> <counts> <page-count count="3"/> </counts> </article-meta> ...
RNA sequence in citation
... <ref> <mixed-citation publication-type="data">Xu, J. <etal/> <data-title>Cross-platform ultradeep transcriptomic profiling of human reference RNA samples by RNA-Seq</data-title>. <source>Sci. Data</source> <volume>1</volume>:<elocation-id>140020</elocation-id>. doi: <pub-id pub-id-type="doi">10.1038/sdata.2014.20</pub-id> (<year iso-8601-date="2014">2014</year>).</mixed-citation> </ref> ...