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BIOL - Topics in Virology

This guide exists to assist students in researching the chemical, biological, epidemiological and medical nature of viruses, providing resources and tutorials for research, writing and evaluation.

Scientific Writing Helps

Giving Credit Where Credit is Due

Citation - or recording and acknowledging the sources and creators of the information and ideas you use to form and inform your own research work - is crucial to the ongoing conversation of academic research.  It allows your readers to dig deeper, track your process, find more information - AND it gives evidence of your own hard work and gained knowledge - AND it's the law! - the creators of the resources you use also work hard and ought to be credited for the work they do!

This paper requires that you format your citations and references in AMA (American Medical Association) Style - the manual is available at WSU libraries, and you'll find a useful short guide from AMA linked below:

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