Search Parameters: Search Engines for all subjects

 

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@Genetics
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@Genetics is a search engine focused on finding valuable medical information on genetics and molecular biology.



Entrez, the Life Sciences Search Engine
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The Entrez Life Sciences Search Engine is the integrated search system from the National Center for Biotechnology Information (NCBI) that allows users to either browse a list of relevant databases or search across databases to find interdisciplinary materials.



Healia health search engine
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Infomine - physical sciences
(1578Hits)  
The Infomine search engine was created with input from university librarians. The Physical Sciences, Engineering, Computing & Math section of the website allows users to search journals, electronic books, mailing lists, and other online sources for particular content.



OMIM
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The Online Mendelian Inheritance in Man website is intended for use by researchers, medical professionals, and students interested in genetics and health. This database is updated daily and provides human genotype and phenotype information for all known mendelian disorders.



Pubget
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Pubget is a search engine which retrieves life science article citations and full-text PDFs from PubMed, ArXiv, JSTOR, IEEE, and open archives sources. The website has both basic and advanced search features. Arizona State University has been “activated” through Pubget, which allows ASU community members to access the full-text of articles found on Pubget through ASU’s subscription databases.



PubMed
(898Hits)  (On-campus use. Remote access-ASU students & staff)
PubMed, maintained by the U.S. National Library of Medicine, offers biomedical literature, life science journals, and books.



SciNet
(2257Hits)  
SciNet is a Canadian super-computing center, providing science researchers with computing resources.



SciRus
(1587Hits)  
A search engine for scientific information, including journal articles, “scientists’ homepages, courseware, pre-print server material, patents and institutional repository and website information.”