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Use these databases to find articles in the field of Molecular Biology & Biochemistry. For more information or assistance, please contact Hazel Plante, Liaison Librarian for MBB (hazel_plante@sfu.ca / 778.782.4173)

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  1. Indexes core journal articles, conference proceedings, and other resources in the sciences, social sciences, arts, and humanities, can be used for citation analysis of research.
  2. Interactive online methods database of cell and molecular biology protocols.
  3. MEDLINE® (Medical Literature Analysis and Retrieval System Online) is the U.S. National Library of Medicine's® (NLM) premier bibliographic database that contains approximately 13 million references to journal articles in life sciences with a concentration on biomedicine.

Other Resources

  1. Full text, peer reviewed research articles covering all areas of biology and medicine.
  2. Access to nearly 900 full text biomedical journals.
  3. Fulltext articles, from the BioOne organization, covering biological, ecological and environmental sciences. ~2000 to current.
  4. A collection of e-books from the CRC press covering the biological sciences.
    2017-11-07. Effective November 11, 2017 all CRC Press e-books have migrated to the new Taylor & Francis eBooks website, a single destination for libraries to access and discover eBooks from across all Taylor & Francis imprints.

    Users may go to the list of broad subject categories at the bottom of the landing page to browse titles by subject and use the filters to select "Show content I have access to".

  5. CINAHL Complete provides more than 1,300 full text journals from the fields of nursing and allied health.
  6. The Cochrane Collaboration's register of controlled trials.
  7. Biomedical and Life Sciences full-text e-books from Morgan & Claypool.
  8. Search all of OVID EBM Reviews at once.
  9. Personalized recommendations of the best research articles in biology and medicine by the worlds largest group of leading scientists and clinicians.
    Sign in for a personalized homepage, or click 'Article Recommendations' to bypass the sign in.
  10. Video collection that demonstrates general laboratory techniques.
  11. Animated audio visual presentations by world leading experts in Biomedical Sciences.
  12. Impact factor and other ranking information about scholarly journals.
  13. A video journal for biological research.

    All journal sections of JoVE are available via PubMed Central after 24 months.

  14. Interactive 3D Animated Human Anatomy Modules for Clinical Practice, Research, and Teaching. 75 simulataneous users shared with eHLbc participating libraries.
  15. This database is the world’s most comprehensive collection of dissertations and theses from around the world, spanning from 1743 to the present day.
  16. PubAg is a portal to USDA-authored and other highly relevant agricultural research.
  17. A section of the physics preprint ArXiv devoted to quantitative biology.
  18. Reaxys has extensive coverage of quality and authoritative property, reaction, and workflow information in organic, inorganic and organometalic chemistry. Expert chemists carefully select journals and patents so that only high-quality, experimental data are included in Reaxys. Drawn from the Beilstein and Gmelin Databases.
  19. Covers all aspects of chemistry (Chemical Abstracts online). NOTE: For use by current SFU faculty, staff and registered students only.
  20. Access to English-language E-books in published by Springer.
  21. Central access point for Canadian theses (Masters and PhD), including free full text of theses since 1998.
  22. A cluster of databases on toxicology, hazardous chemicals, and related areas
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