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MLS 2010: Orientation to the Professions of Medicine/Medical Technology: Articles
This guide is a compilation of resources that are intended to be useful for those who want to do library or Internet research in Medical Laboratory Sciences at Bowling Green State University.
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Index to articles in scholarly journals from all fields of study, plus the ability to search these articles' bibliographies by cited author or work. Conference proceedings are also included.
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SciFinder provides access to the world's most comprehensive and authoritative source of references, substances and reactions in chemistry and related sciences. It includes the Chemical Abstracts database, which contains references to over 26 million journal articles and other documents in the chemical literature. Users can search by: chemical substance or reaction, research topic, author, or specific CA or patent reference. All users must register for an account using their official BGSU e mail address. Registration does not work with the browser Internet Explorer.
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Paper journals: Frequently include instruction for authors in the front or back of the journal. Some instructions will use the phrase "peer reviewed." Others will say that manuscripts are sent for blind review, reviewed by a committee, or anonymously reviewed.
Research Databases: Some allow you to limit your search to scholarly journals. CINAHL allows you to limit your search to peer reviewed journals and indicates that an article is peer reviewed in the Journal Subset field when appropriate. MEDLINE has indexed only scholarly journals since 1975.