Scientific Literature Search Engines

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Science Search Engines

The following is a list useful links that I have compiled.

Most Useful Sites

Use PubMed.  An example of a search strategy would be: mycoplasma and bovine and udder  (without quotation marks but include the word and).

IN PARTICULAR, use the Taxonomy database to sampleview all of the known organism.  For example:

Cut and past that URL inot another browser window page and you will see several species, about which we know little. 

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Link to NCBI Front Page Taxonomy Logo
Entrez PubMed Nucleotide Protein Genome Structure PMC Taxonomy Books
Search for as lock    
levels using filter: 
Nucleotide Protein Structure Genome Sequences Genome Projects Popset SNP
3D Domains Domains GEO Datasets GEO Expressions UniGene UniSTS PubMed Central
Gene HomoloGene MapView LinkOut BLAST TRACE
Lineage (full): root; cellular organisms; Bacteria; Firmicutes
  • Mollicutes Click on organism name to get more information.

    Disclaimer: The NCBI taxonomy database is not an authoritative source for nomenclature or classification - please consult the relevant scientific literature for the most reliable information.

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    Credits: Joe Bischoff, Mikhail Domrachev, Scott Federhen, Carol Hotton, Detlef Leipe, Vladimir Soussov, Richard Sternberg, Sean Turner.
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