A guide to some of the differences between Ovid Medline and PubMed:
To find specific articles within journals, try one of the indexing services below. Each database has its own subject focus, date range and usage quirks – contact me for ideas on getting the best results
Subscribed databases are only available to UC students and staff: licensing, usage and access restrictions apply
Provides a simple way to search broadly for scholarly literature
Use Google Scholar Library to organise your references
Specific articles: search in MultiSearch and/or one of the key biochemistry databases.
Journal title: in the Library catalogue do a "Journal title begins with" search. Results may include online, print, and/or older versions. Check what years/volumes we have:
Contact me for more search tips!
It is useful to be familiar with the key journals in your field, as well as reading more broadly. Search within each title using keywords or browse the Tables of Content of recent issues.