XMLink is the subsidiary of the Korean Association of Medical Journal Editors (KAMJE) and the service provider of KoreaMed, Synapse, Korean Medical Citation Index (KoMCI), and Korean Medical Journal Information. Additionally, XMLink designs and hosts many online medical journal web sites, known as KAMJE Press. The company also provides XML related services for PubMed and PubMed Central. As a daughter organization of KAMJE, XMLink shares the International relations with CrossRef, ICSTI, World Wide Science Alliance, ORCID, NLM/NCBI PubMed Central, and others.
XMLink has a solid tradition of excellence in XML application and value innovation. We continue to create solutions and new services to meet emerging KAMJE members' needs. Our broad range of services includes creating XML files with subsequent elaborate and delicate validations; integrating KoreaMed, Synapse, KoMCI, and Korean Medical Journal Information database platforms, KAMJE Press and mobile web services through XML linking implementations; applying global publishing standards such as MeSH, JATS XML, DOI, reference linking, cited by metrics, CrossMark, FundRef, ORCID and many others; enabling KAMJE journal evaluations by providing bibliographic informations and bibliometric data; and hosting APAMED Central in collaboration with APAME and WHO WPRO/SEARO.
"Open, inviting, and transparent" represent the core values of XMLink to navigate our way through the publishing ecosystem. Ever since the establishment in 2008, XMLink has contributed to the worldwide dissemination of the scholarly information mostly of the unique Korean medical research works.