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NIH Public Access Policy. Did you know that most publications resulting from NIH funded research must be deposited in PubMed Central? The Library can help! Learn More

Biotechnology Information Center - Uncover and Discover!

Biotechnology Information Center Navigation

NOTE: The Biotechnology Information Center website is currently maintained by Funk Library. If you have any questions, please contact Sarah Williams, Life Sciences Data Services Librarian, at scwillms@illinois.edu.

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Online Journals & Databases 

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Or Browse Databases by Subject.

Library Catalog

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Newest Catalog | Classic Catalog | Mobile version 

Life Sciences Electronic Reference Collection

Our local listing of selected e-books and databases for Illinois life scientists.  Includes protocols, dictionaries, encyclopedias...

Interlibrary Loan

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Life Sciences Easy Search 

Simultaneously search several major biology article databases, e-book sites, and "protocols" sites, as well as the Online Journals & Databases site, and library catalogs, to discover which resource has the most items of interest:

  


Journal and Article Locator

If you know the citation, use this tool to locate the article

Primary Article Databases for Biotechnology

For even MORE databases, Browse Databases by Subject

pdf Which database(s) should YOU use? (pdf) 
Brief description of the major Biological, Medical, & Agricultural databases: how often updated, how many journals indexed, wildcard symbols, etc.

 

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