how to find e-journals:
e journal portal
Introductory Material on library resources
The Science Citation Index allows you to find all the very recent papers
which have cited any earlier paper you are interested in. A paper copy was
at the SLU medical library. Now:
choose a database
web of science
cited reference search
select (check) a paper
Some items may be highlighted in blue, and this will take you to to abstract
and information about the paper you are starting with, the paper by the
author you are tracking. Also, you will note that there may be subsequent
pages of lists of papers by the author you are tracking that have been cited
since. What you really want to do is check the box and click search. That
will take you to the page(s) with a list of papers that were published after
the paper you are tracking that cited your paper in their reference sections.
A real advantage of this on-line version is that each paper on this list
has a hyperlink that can take you to an abstract. A disadvantage is that
SLU only takes you back about 15 years. Also, there may be items missing
that might be added later.
An important resource which does not rely on online memberships is PubMed
which is part of the same big NIH data base where you would do DNA sequence
work. You can get references and abstracts for many papers over the last
few decades but it should be noted that they do not cover all journals.
Type the author name like this: Stark WS and you can even follow the leads
to journals that are available at SLU on line, including PNAS, EMBO Journal,
FASEB, and J. Biol. Chem. One neat thing with an on line journal is that
you can sometimes check additional information such as who has cited this
paper. Also, papers can be downloaded into the PDF version that can be viewed
with Adobe Acrobat Reader.
This page was last updated 10/14/10
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