- CABI. Global Health ThomsonSpecialist public health database with an emphasis on international health. Current file (from 1973 to present) covers: communicable diseases (including AIDS), tropical diseases, parasitic diseases, human nutrition, community and public health, medicinal and poisonous plants. Over 70,000 records for community and international level research are added each year from over 158 countries in 50 languages.
- CaBIG WebsiteLaunched by the U.S. National Cancer Institute to develop a network of tools, data, and researchers to support translational and clinical research in oncology by enabling the sharing of data and the use of common analytical tools.
- California Legislative Information. California Law California Law DatabaseContains fulltext of California laws including the Medical Practice Act provisions. Browse database by code, search by code or search by text.
- California nursing home search DatabaseProvides information about the quality of nursing and intermediate care facilities in the state. The data on the website comes from various state and federal government sources. Website also includes guides, checklists, rights, alternatives and links to other sources.
- CAM on PubMed Search resultsNCCAM and the National Library of Medicine (NLM) have partnered to create CAM on PubMed®, a subset of NLM's PubMed. PubMed provides access to citations from the MEDLINE database and additional life science journals. It also includes links to many full-text articles at journal Web sites and other related Web resources.
- Cambridge Books Online DatabaseCambridge Books Online is the Cambridge University Press books platform of primarily recently published academic works, in the areas of Humanities, Social Sciences, Science and Engineering, Medicine, and English Language Teaching.
- Campbell Collaboration 2010-The web site of the Campbell Collaboration (C2) comprises "systematic reviews of the effects of interventions in education, crime and justice, and social welfare, to promote evidence-based decision-making."--Brochure pdf, p. 1.
- Canary database DatabaseThe Canary database contains studies in the biomedical literature that explore the use of wildlife, domestic, and companion animals as "sentinels" for the effects of chemical, biological, and physical hazards in the environment that may be a risk to human health. The database allows users to locate and visualize patterns in sentinel studies according to: exposures; disease outcomes (animal); species (and types); study methodologies; authors; journals; locations. It can be browsed by year, by journal, or by methodology.
- Provides access to data and resources that can help planners, program staff, and researchers to design, implement and evaluate evidence-based cancer control programs.
- The goal of the NCI's Cancer Genome Anatomy Project is to determine the gene expression profiles of normal, precancer, and cancer cells, leading eventually to improved detection, diagnosis, and treatment for the patient.
- CANCERMondial IARCCI5 I-VIII: Original Database -- CI5 I-VIII: Updated Database -- CI5 I-VIII: Detailed Database -- WHO -- GLOBOCAN 2002.
- CancerNet DatabaseIncludes a variety of sources such as: selected information from PDQ, including summaries on cancer treatment, screening, prevention, and supportive care, and information on ongoing clinical trials, NCI's bibliographic database; and fact sheets, news and other resources.
- Candida genome database (CGD) Stanf UnivStores and organizes highly curated data for the yeast Candida albicans.
- CAP directory Stanf Univ SOMThe directory provides an easy-to-use interface through which people both inside and outside of the Stanford community can learn about the far-ranging and innovative research taking place across the School of Medicine. The profiles offers a comprehensive overview of the research interests of faculty and principal investigators, their publications, curricula vitae and more.
- Carbohydrate databases Database (no longer updated)The complex Carbohydrate structure database (CCSD), also known as CarBank, is a database of carbohydrate structures and related text. It can be searched by accession number, author, date, structure and other criteria. SUGABASE is a carbohydrate-NMR database that combines CarbBank Complex Carbohydrate Structure Data (CCSD) with proton and carbon chemical shift values. Due to lack of funding, the database is no longer updated.
- CardioSource Plus Website, Users must register for some content"CardioSource Plus is a facility-wide subscription to CardioSource, the premier cardiovascular online portal providing immediate and convenient access to cutting-edge cardiovascular information PLUS unlimited access to ACC's full complement of online educational programs"--Website.CardioSource Plus includes a clinical trials database, clinical images, self-assessment materials, ACC clinical guidelines and Heart Sounds audio files. Users must register for some content and several premium services require an additional fee.
- Careers in medicine Database, Users must obtain CiM Access Code and register per instructions on websiteA four-phase course that is designed to assist medical students in understanding options for choosing a specialty, selecting and applying to a residency program.
- The Catalogue of somatic mutations In cancer (COSMIC) is a specialized database that stores data about somatic mutations related to human cancers.
- CATH DatabaseThe Class Architecture Topology and Homologous superfamily protein structure classification (CATH) is one of the main databases providing hierarchical classification of protein domain structures. It clusters proteins at four major levels: Class(C), Architecture(A), Topology(T) and Homologous superfamily (H).
- CCRIS NLM
- CDC prevention guidelines database Database
- CDD NCBIConserved Domain Database helps to identify the conserved domains present in a protein sequence.
- CenterWatch DatabaseCenterWatch clinical trials listing service is an international listing of clinical research trials. It can be used to search for clinical trials, find out information about physicians and medical centers performing clinical research, and to learn about drug therapies newly approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA).
- An open access database of bioactive drug-like small molecules with two dimensional structures, calculated properties (e.g. molecular weight), and abstracted bioactivities (e.g. binding constants, pharmacology). It covers over 7,000 targets (proteins, cell-line, organisms, etc.), over 2 million activities, and over 600,000 compounds, abstracted from almost 34 publications in the primary literature. Target data may be searched via keyword, BLAST, and protein family; compound data via keyword, substructure, and similarity.
- Chemical abstracts SciFinder Web, Users must registerRequired Registration Portal SciFinder Web
- Chemical Abstracts Service source index 1907-, Am Chem Soc
- ChemIDplus NLMOpen-source Metasearch site for chemical substance names and their properties: structure, toxicity, physical properties. Supports substructure searching. Hosted by the US National Library of Medicine.-Y.P. 071128.
- CHEMnetBASE DatabaseIntegrated search engine for chemistry resources from CRC, including the "Combined Chemical Dictionary" (CCD), which contains the "Dictionary of Commonly Cited Compounds", the "Dictionary of Drugs", the "Dictionary of Inorganic and Organometallic Compounds", the "Dictionary of Natural Products" and the "Dictionary of Organic Compounds". "The Handbook of Chemistry & Physics", "Polymers: A Property Database", and "Properties of Organic Compounds" are also searched.
- China academic journals (Online service) CAJ, Stanford has access to: Series E - H and J, onlyCAJ, China Academic Journals, is a full-text database of Chinese journals from mainland China.
- An online database that allows users to search for state-level policies that support the prevention of chronic diseases. Users can search by state, health topic, setting, status, and year. Currently, the database contains state legislation from 2001 and enacted regulation from 2009 for select nutrition, physical activity, and obesity health policy topics. This data is collected and updated on a quarterly basis. This public, web-based search tool was developed by the National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion (NCCDPHP) in accordance with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's (CDC) information technology best practices.
- Provides authoritative coverage of the literature related to nursing and allied health.
- CIS extended database DatabaseA bibliographic database covering pure and applied statistics literature.
- Citation classics 1977-93.Includes fulltext (pdf) of four thousand commentaries on highly cited classic papers with alphabetical access by author of the commentary (not of the cited article) and chronological access by year. Also includes fulltext (pdf) of Essays on citation classics and of Essays on the most cited articles, many by Eugene Garfield.
- Mobile Website Users must register OvidProvides one-click access to important clinical resources; includes evidence-based diagnosis and treatment guidelines, Books, EBM articles, Ovid MEDLINE, Drug facts and comparisons, Drug interaction facts, guidelines from National Guideline Clearinghouse, patient handouts (English and Spanish), and local content.
- Clinical evidence Database
- Clinical trials at Stanford DatabaseSingle, comprehensive, publicly accessible database of the clinical trials at Stanford and affiliated facilities. The registry is searchable by disease, investigator, department and freetext. Intended to help patients to find clinical trials at Stanford.
- ClinicalTrials.gov DatabaseA registry of federally and privately supported clinical trials conducted in the United States and around the world. This site currently contains over 94,000 clinical studies sponsored primarily by the National Institutes of Health. For each study there is a summary outlining the purpose, the recruiting status, the criteria for patient participation, location of the trial, information on whether patients are currently being recruited, and specific contact information.
- CLIPP Database, Users must register with Stanford email address.
- The National Center for Biotechnology Information (NCBI) of the National Library of Medicine of the National Institutes of Health provides access to the Clusters of Orthologous Groups (COGs) of Proteins database. Each COG in the database consists of individual proteins or groups of paralogs from at least three lineages. The COGs were delineated by comparing protein sequences encoded in 44 complete genomes.
- A collection of regularly updated, systematic reviews of the effects of health care. New reviews are added with each issue of The Cochrane Library. Reviews mainly of randomised controlled trials. Evidence is included or excluded on the basis of explicit quality criteria to minimise bias. Data are often combined statistically, with meta-analysis, to increase the power of the findings of numerous studies each too small to produce reliable results individually.
- Cochrane Library WileyConsists chiefly of 6 databases: Cochrane Database of systematic reviews; Database of abstracts of reviews of effects (DARE); Cochrane Central register of controlled trials (CENTRAL); Cochrane Methodology register; Health technology assessment database (HTA); and NHS Economic evaluation database (NHS EED).
- A database of studies relevant to the methods of systematic reviews of health care and social interventions. Includes journal articles, book chapters, conference proceedings, conference abstracts, and reports of ongoing methodological research. Records contain bibliographic information and, in many cases, a summary. Provided as part of the Cochrane library.
- CogNet library (Online service) Database
- CogPrints Database
- COGs NCBIThe National Center for Biotechnology Information (NCBI) of the National Library of Medicine of the National Institutes of Health provides access to the Clusters of Orthologous Groups (COGs) of Proteins database. Each COG in the database consists of individual proteins or groups of paralogs from at least three lineages. The COGs were delineated by comparing protein sequences encoded in 44 complete genomes.
- Collaborative Drug Discovery Database (Product Information)The Collaborative Drug Discovery (CDD) database is a system that enables scientists to archive, mine, and collaborate around pre-clinical chemical and biological drug discovery data using a web-based interface.
- The directory provides an easy-to-use interface through which people both inside and outside of the Stanford community can learn about the far-ranging and innovative research taking place across the School of Medicine. The profiles offers a comprehensive overview of the research interests of faculty and principal investigators, their publications, curricula vitae and more.
- Includes records for controlled vocabulary used at Lane Medical Library, including MeSH (with local extensions and appended references), as well as personal, corporate, meeting, language, and place names, with historical and biographical information, name changes, time periods, uniform titles for works, etc. These records are derived from internal authority files.
- "The CIP database contains information on health and human service agencies serving San Mateo County residents ... Specifically, these are private nonprofit and public (government) agencies that provide direct services to the public. (The database does not contain information on for-profit businesses or private practitioners.) These organizations fall into the following service categories: Adult Protection and Care, Alcoholism, Administration and Planning Services, Commodity Services, Child Protection and Care, Community Services, Developmental Disabilities, Disabled Services, Drug Abuse, Education, Emergency Services, Employment/Training, Family Planning, Financial Assistance, Health, Housing, Individual and Family Development, Legal and Criminal Justice Services, Mental Health, Recreation and Leisure, Organizational Support, Transportation"--Website.
- The Comprehensive microbial resource (CMR) is a repository of data covering all microbial genomes whose genome has been sequenced to completion.
- Provides citations to papers and poster sessions presented at major scientific meetings around the world. Subject emphasis since 1995 has been in the life sciences, environmental sciences and the aquatic sciences, while older material also covers physics, engineering and materials science. Coverage: 1982-
- Conserved Domain Database helps to identify the conserved domains present in a protein sequence.
- Consumer health library directory Database
- Copyright renewal database (Stanford University. Libraries & Academic Information Resources) DatabaseThis database makes searchable the copyright renewal records received by the US Copyright Office between 1950 and 1993 for books published in the US between 1923 and 1963. Note that the database includes ONLY US Class A (book) renewals.
- Coremine DatabaseDatabase that presents search results as a graphic network that describes relationships discovered through text-mining. Relationship networks cluster important terms and act as a navigational tool. This approach is used to show relationships between a wide range of biomedical terms, including Medical Subject Heading, Gene Ontology, Pharmaceutical, Herbal medicine and Chemical as well as Gene and Protein terms.
- CRCnetBASE (Online service) DatabaseCollection of over 8 thousand fulltext titles with substantial engineering and math focus but also covers many basic and applied biomedical research topics. Coverage is from 1967 to the present.
- CrossFire Beilstein Elsevier MDLWorld's largest compilation of chemical facts used for planning synthetic routes (including starting materials and intermediates), determining bioactivity and physical properties and ascertaining the environmental fates of compounds.
- Current index to statistics [search] DatabaseA bibliographic database covering pure and applied statistics literature.
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