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Last Updated: Mar 22, 2016
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Tools are available to help manage citations. RefWorks, Zotero, Papers, and EndNote are examples.
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- PubMed Plus (Penn Only)
NLM's public access version to Medline, the premier database for biomedical literature.
Covers biomedical literature. Includes over 1,800 biomedical titles not offered by Medline/PubMed
- Web of Science
Indexes journals in the sciences, social sciences, and arts and humanities. Allows for cited reference searching.
Indexes journals in science, technology, and medicine. Allows for cited reference searching.
- CAB Abstracts
International coverage of veterinary medicine, agriculture, forestry and related bio-science fields.
Indexes literature in psychology and related fields.
Repository for current and topical electronic resources in cognitive science, including computational intelligence, cognitive psychology, and neuroscience.
Web-based interface to the Beilstein organic and Gmelin inorganic data, as well as the Elsevier Patent Chemistry Database.
Resources recommended in fulfilling new NIH revised review criteria for enhancing rigor and transparency:
- BioSample Misidentified Cell Lines
Browse or search the list of known misidentified cell lines maintained by the International Cell Line Authentication Committee (ICLAC) in NIH's BioSample.
Database with enhanced descriptions of selected PubMed articles analysing sex and gender differences, including strictly biological differences (sex-specific analyses) and psychosocial, economical and cultural aspects (gender-specific analysis). Free registration required.
- PubMed search for gender differences
Combine your PubMed search terms with this Texas Tech-devised search
for finding articles on sex and gender-specific medicine
- Guidelines on reporting preclinical research
Consensus on reporting guidelines by journal editors from a Nature/NIH workshop
- Nature reporting checklist
Nature's checklist for authors to ensure good reporting standards and to improve the reproducibility of published results.
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