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tags: PubMed, PubMed Central, medical informatics, bioinformatics, finding scientific articles This three part series covers the problem of finding scientific articles, compares results from a few different methods, and presents instructions for the best method. A day in the life of an English physician
Evolution! Wow! A jolt of electricity went down my spine. I feel like Harry Potter saying “Voldemort.” Apparently, in biomedical journals, drug resistance and other phenomena can “emerge,” “arise,” or “spread.” It can “appear“, “develop“, “become common“, or “be acquired.” As long as you don’t say it “evolves.” A group of researchers, at the University…
I found it in the MeSH database. Really!
In last week’s episode, your assignment was to think of an interesting plant trait and find a description about a gene, related to that trait, by searching PubMed.
Many of you might take this for granted, and I know it seems amazing today, but I when first started teaching, our access to scientific literature was pretty limited. I could go to the UW and use Grateful Med to search Medline, but we didn’t have anything like it at my college and web browsers,…