Remember to look for the Get VText icon:
If that doesn't work, don't hesitate to contact your librarian for help accessing the full text of an article.
Virginia Tech's University Libraries gives you access to nearly 1,000 databases. How do you know where to start?
Try out the 3 options below: Discovery Search (general library search), Web of Science (broad science research database) and PubMed (Biomedical and Life Sciences research database). For more options, try the Biochemistry Subject Guide, or contact your librarian for specific recommendations.
Biochemistry research frequently uses genetics or other specialized terms. Try these sources, or even Wikipedia to understand unfamiliar vocabulary, or to get an overview of a particular concept, theory or method.
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