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A service of Chemical Abstracts Service (CAS), SciFinder Scholar grants access to Chemical Abstracts, CASReact, Registry, CHEMCATS, and MEDLINE. Users can search by chemical substances and reactions or patent and journal references.
Scopus offers peer-reviewed abstracts and citations in science, technology, medicine, social sciences, and arts and humanities. Materials included range from scientific journals and books to conference proceedings.
The Social Science Citation Index, by Web of Science, tracks which articles are cited by other articles. This is particularly useful in bibliometric research, systematic reviews, as well as determining which journals to publish in. Users can also navigate to full-text versions of the articles through this tool.
Sociological Abstracts features a range of materials on the sociological aspects of many disciplines, including anthropology, business, education, law, medicine and health, social psychology, and more.
Springer Protocols allows users to search for biomedical and life science research protocols available. Subject protocols covered include: Biochemistry, Biotechnology, Genetics, Informatics, Microbiology, Molecular and Cell Biology, Neuroscience, Oncology, PCR and Proteomics. It also contains all content published in the Methods in Molecular Biology™ and Methods in Molecular Medicine™ book series beginning with Volume 1 of each series.
STATdx provides literature and resources on radiology to help with comprehensive decision support. Resources include: expert-selected and annotated image examples, differential diagnosis modules, example patient cases, and procedure information.
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Statista provides access to statistics and studies gathered by market researchers, trade organizations, scientific publications, and government sources on over six hundred industries.
Curated research guide with library tools and databases for surgery.
Symptom Media's film library of clinical training illustrates behavioral health symptoms unfolding on screen and serves as an educational tool for symptom recognition. All films are produced with an experienced multi-disciplinary behavioral health team working in concert with professional scriptwriters, filmmakers and highly trained actors.