Research for BIOL 4P06/5P06

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Research for BIOL 4P06/5P06

  1. 1. Library Resources for Bioinformatics
  2. 2. Agenda
  3. 3. Pub Med
  4. 4. PubMed
  5. 5. PubMed Limits
  6. 6. Phrase search
  7. 8. PubMed automatically interprets your search terms and maps them to MeSH heading to enhance your search
  8. 9. Note results with different variations
  9. 10. Combining searches to get relevant results
  10. 11. PubMed Avanced Search
  11. 12. Use Search builder – allows use of keywords in different fields
  12. 13. Does the Brock library provide full text access? Free PubMed Central articles What about this article?
  13. 15. Verify whether Brock library provides access. Make sure you are in the Journal title index. Sometimes the abbreviated title of the journal works. Warning some journals have a one year embargo!
  14. 16. Note the print content. There are 3 full text links because the library purchases most e-journals in large packages.
  15. 17. Search by year, volume, issue
  16. 18. Search by author and affliation in PubMed
  17. 19. Remember to add (brackets)
  18. 20. Related citations..
  19. 21. Related citations are created by comparing words from the title, abstract, and MeSH terms. They are displayed in order of relevancy.
  20. 22. Many MeSH terms and substances are assigned to each article
  21. 23. Alternative to Pubmed – MEDLINE via OVID
  22. 24. MEDLINE
  23. 25. Medline via OVID in the library databases
  24. 26. You can pick and choose your own MeSH headings
  25. 27. And combine your searches
  26. 28. And display them
  27. 29. Bonus Get It! feature
  28. 30. If the library didn’t have access to this journal, a link to RACER would be provided
  29. 31. OMIM Online Mendelian Inheritance in Man (OMIM) is a catalog of human genes and genetic disorders, with links to literature references, sequence records, maps, and related databases.
  30. 33. How do you cite a MIM ID #?
  31. 34. Citing a specific entry in OMIM
  32. 35. Other ways of citing information from OMIM
  33. 37. Tips

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