Individual Databases for BIOCHEMISTRY
1940's-present; PubMed is a service of the U.S. National Library of Medicine that includes over 20 million citations from MEDLINE and other life science journals for biomedical articles. PubMed includes links to full text articles and other related resources. [This resource is publicly available.] The Library also has access to MEDLINE via Web of Knowledge and via Ovid Medline.
RCSB Protein Data Bank
An open access portal to biological macromolecular structures in the worldwide Protein Data Bank; tools and resources to study "the structures of biological macromolecules and theIr relationships with sequence, function, and disease"; maintained by Research Collaboratory for Structural Bioinformatics.
1779-present; web-based discovery tool for organic, organometallic, and inorganic chemistry experimental substance property data (including physical, spectral, pharmacological, toxicological, and ecological) and single and multistep reaction data. Combines the content of the former CrossFire databases including Beilstein and Gmelin. Reaction and substance data are experimentally validated (not calculated) from selected journals and patent literature. Reaxys integrates reaction and substance data with structure search, synthesis planning, analysis tools, and output formats.
Each user must REGISTER to use Reaxys. Users must have a Brown IP (Ethernet or VPN) and submit a BROWN.EDU EMAIL ADDRESS when registering.
1907-present; comprehensive database of chemical literature from databases produced by Chemical Abstracts Service and the National Library Of Medicine. It covers the full range of chemistry-related information, including chemical structures, properties, and reactions; biosequences; and life sciences. Each user must REGISTER. USERS MUST HAVE A Brown IP (Ethernet or VPN) AND SUBMIT A BROWN EMAIL ADDRESS WHEN REGISTERING. CREATE A NEW USERNAME AND PASSWORD - DO NOT USE YOUR BROWN LOGIN/PASSWORD.
Use of this resource is limited to current faculty, administrative staff, and registered students and their use is limited to academic research, teaching, and publication purposes only. Any commercial use is strictly prohibited.
Web Of Science
1900-present; The Web of Science includes the three ISI citation indexes: Arts and Humanities Citation Index, Social Science Citation Index, and Science Citation Index.