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Biochemistry Research Guide

This guide serves courses CHEM663 and CHEM664 and other Biochemistry Research

Resources for research in Biochemistry

Welcome to the Research Resources Guide for Biochemistry II. Please use these selected resources to aid you in your assignments, research projects, creative presentation and further study in your subject area.   

Scholarly Literature mapped to Scientific Method diagram

NEVER hesitate to contact your librarian (see info in left column), Ask-a-Librarian chat box at library home, or stop by (or call) the Reference Desk at Ablah Library 978-3584.  We are always available to assist you in your research!

Don't forget to check out the Chemistry Library in 127 McKinley Hall.  Most of the current print subscriptions of Chemistry Journals (except Biochemistry) are located there as well as a selection of chemistry reference books and reserve materials. For more information call the Chemistry Library at 978-3764.

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