Use the following resources to locate information about your biochemistry topics:
Please note: not all journal articles in the following databases are full-text. Please email Ms. Sokoll if you would like to request an article via interlibrary loan.
- Gale Science in Context A nice starting place for researching significant scientific topics. Provides magazine and newspaper articles, academic/scholarly/peer-reviewed journals, experiments, and media.
- Gale General Science Collection Contains over 1,000 scholarly journal articles.
- Search all of our databases at once with Discovery Service!
- Want to see if we have full-text access to a magazine or scholarly journal? Try A-Z Locator.
- GoogleScholar Google’s scholarly literature search.
- PDB (Protein data bank.) An information portal to biological macromolecular structures.
- Pubmed Contains biomedical literature from MEDLINE, life science journals, and online books.
- ScienceResearch A free, publicly available deep web search engine that searches over 300 databases (*many aren’t indexed by Google*) in real-time. It also drops duplicates and returns high quality results.
- Jounal Title Abbreviations Do you have a periodical/journal title that is abbreviated? Scroll through the list to find the actual title name (e.g. Biochem Mol Med = Biochemical and Molecular Medicine Journal).
What is a scholarly article? Follow the general guidelines to evaluate whether your source is high-quality
- EasyBib A quick and easy way to create citations.
To create your own Easy Bib account where you can save your citations please click here and follow these steps:
1. Type in the coupon code: NoblehsMA
2. Create a username using firstname_lastname
3. Use your Nobles email password.
4. Click save
5. Now you have created your account! When you want to re-access your account just go to easybib.com and log in!