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Cell Biology
 What’s        that?Let’s start with a dictionary definition...The information source that is derived directly from fully...
ScholarlyAcademicPeer reviewed
 How  can you tell what a primary research article look like?
 Original   research Abstract Credentials Research methods References
 Which     databases will help you find primary    literature?   Biological Abstracts   PubMed   ScienceDirect   Web ...
Click on Article to   find primaryresearch articles
Note the Abstractor summary of the      article
Some articles willeven let you knowwhat methods and equipment were      used
Type in yoursearch terms
Click on moreunder Articletypes to viewmore options
Note the    different  options. To find primaryresearch, click  on Journal     Article
Click on theSearch tab to  start your    search
Click on theJournals tab to  start your    search  Under Limit by     document   type, click on     Article for research/p...
Note that underarticle #2, it states    that it is anoriginal research       article
Type in yoursearch term and unclick SocialSciences and Artand Humanities
Note that you can   also limit to aspecific date range
Note the    different  options. To find primaryresearch, click   on Article
This is the end of our tutorial on Primary Research in CellBiologyPlease check out our other tutorials:   Where to Start ...
 If   you have any questions, please             Visit the Research Help Desk             Phone (807) 343-8302           ...
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  1. 1. Cell Biology
  2. 2.  What’s that?Let’s start with a dictionary definition...The information source that is derived directly from fully described (or referenced) formal observation, procedures or experiments performed with valid, scientifically accepted methods. In its strongest form, this material is usually (but not only) a paper in a refereed scientific publication.primary source. (2001). In Pharmaceutical Medicine Dictionary. Retrieved from http://ezproxy.lakeheadu.ca/login?url=http://www.credoreference.com/entry/pmd/ primary_source
  3. 3. ScholarlyAcademicPeer reviewed
  4. 4.  How can you tell what a primary research article look like?
  5. 5.  Original research Abstract Credentials Research methods References
  6. 6.  Which databases will help you find primary literature? Biological Abstracts PubMed ScienceDirect Web of Science
  7. 7. Click on Article to find primaryresearch articles
  8. 8. Note the Abstractor summary of the article
  9. 9. Some articles willeven let you knowwhat methods and equipment were used
  10. 10. Type in yoursearch terms
  11. 11. Click on moreunder Articletypes to viewmore options
  12. 12. Note the different options. To find primaryresearch, click on Journal Article
  13. 13. Click on theSearch tab to start your search
  14. 14. Click on theJournals tab to start your search Under Limit by document type, click on Article for research/primary articles
  15. 15. Note that underarticle #2, it states that it is anoriginal research article
  16. 16. Type in yoursearch term and unclick SocialSciences and Artand Humanities
  17. 17. Note that you can also limit to aspecific date range
  18. 18. Note the different options. To find primaryresearch, click on Article
  19. 19. This is the end of our tutorial on Primary Research in CellBiologyPlease check out our other tutorials: Where to Start your Search Secondary Resources Smart Searching MeSH (Medical Subject Headings) Browsing Journals Acknowledging your Sources
  20. 20.  If you have any questions, please Visit the Research Help Desk Phone (807) 343-8302 Chat online with us! Email: researchhelp@lakeheadu.ca

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