The journal article databases below have excellent coverage of biochemistry and many features to tailor and limit your searches. Tips for using the databases:
To search MEDLINE and Science and Technology Collection simultaneously:
Google Scholar is another acceptable database you can use to identify articles on a topic. Remember to use it in conjunction with other databases to be sure you've searched through a large pool of journals.
You can make searching with Google Scholar easier by using the Library Links setting, which will show you which articles the UNT Libraries have in full text.
Here's how to do it: Navigate to Google Scholar, select the hamburger icon, and then Settings.
Select Library Links from the left navigation panel.
Search for [university of north texas] and select "University of North Texas System" and "University of North Texas - ProQuest Fulltext Note": do not select "University of North Texas Health Science Center." Save the setting.
Now when you search for a topic, you'll see the links to full text at UNT on the right of the screen.
The UNT Libraries have collections of e-journals, or journal packages, that are specific for the sciences. Journal packages are a good place to find the full text of an article after finding the article in a database. The journal packages provide:
Many instructors require you to use peer-reviewed sources for your papers and projects, but what does that mean?
Most databases allow you to limit your search to peer-reviewed articles. Here are two examples: