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- E-anatomy IMAIOSProvides MRI images, 3D reconstructions, and illustrations. Green, yellow and red dots correspond to basic, medium and advanced level anatomy modules.
- Lists over 3900 biomedical and academic journals which publishing full text articles in the Internet. Includes FindIt@Stanford - a link resolver.
- Early English books online DatabaseConsists of digital images of virtually every work printed in England, Ireland, Scotland, Wales and British North America and works in English. Based on the microfilm collections Early English Books 1475-1640 and Early English Books 1641-1700. Includes 96,000 titles listed in Pollard & Redgrave's Short-Title Catalogue (1475-1640) (STC I) and Wing's Short-Title Catalogue (1641-1700) (STC II). The latter collection includes the Thomason tracts.
- A synthesis of the best available evidence on diagnosis, management and treatment of frequent and high-cost problems occurring in primary care, inpatient and emergency department settings. Includes the top conditions; recommends a course of action for diagnosis, disease management and drug therapy.
- Ebrary (Online service) DatabaseA library of ebooks on a wide array of topics, digitized and made available online in conjunction with the original publishers.
- EcoCyc/MetaCyc home page DoubleTwistEcoCyc describes the genome and the biochemical machinery of E. coli. MetaCyc is a metabolic-pathway database.
- ECR Browser DatabaseA navigation tool for visualizing pre-computed evolutionary relationships in vertebrates and non-vertebrates based on whole-genome primary sequence alignment.
- Eighteenth Century collections online Gale, Browsers must be cookie enabledConsists of digital images of books published during the 18th Century. It is a digital version of The Eighteenth Century microfilm set, which has aimed to include every significant English-language and foreign-language title printed in the United Kingdom, along with thousands of important works from the Americas, between 1701 and 1800. Consists of books, pamphlets, broadsides, ephemera. Include nearly 150,000 titles in the fields of history, literature, religion, law, fine arts, science.
- The ePSS is an application designed to help primary care clinicians identify clinical preventive services that are appropriate for their patients. Based on the current, evidence-based recommendations of the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF)
- Provides integrated access to more than a quarter million entries from the databases of thirteen of Gale Research's most popular reference directories.
- This site includes physician end of life (EOL): abstracts of peer-reviewed instructional materials; a list of core resources and opportunities for training, funding, and conferences; online discussions; and, submission of educational materials for peer review and inclusion on the site.
- eNeurosurgery FulltextAn online collection of Thieme ebooks, procedures, images and ejournals relating to neurosurgery.
- Engineering index Engineering Village
- Engineering village DatabaseEngineering Village is a multi-database search engine ("metasearch") for key engineering-related databases such as Compendex, Engineering Index, Inspec, NTIS and others.
- Ensembl DatabaseEnsembl is a comprehensive database of the genomes of metazoans species ranging from primitive chordates to mammals, whose genomes have been sequenced to completion.
- Ensembl genome browser Database
- Entrez NCBIThe Global NCBI search engine allows a search to be run simultaneously against a set of Entrez's databases. Website also links to the individual database search pages.
- Entrez (NCBI) NLMIncludes information cited in MEDLINE. GenBank, EMBL, DDBJ, SWISS-PROT, PIR, PDB, PRF, dbEST and U.S. and European patents.
- The Global NCBI search engine allows a search to be run simultaneously against a set of Entrez's databases. Website also links to the individual database search pages.
- Entrez NLM catalog NCBIThe NLM Catalog provides access to NLM bibliographic data for journals, books, audiovisuals, computer software, electronic resources, and other materials via the NCBI Entrez retrieval system.
- Entrez Nucleotide NCBIA collection of human genome sequences.
- The protein entries in the Entrez search and retrieval system have been compiled from a variety of sources, including SwissProt, PIR, PRF, PDB, and translations from annotated coding regions in GenBank and RefSeq.
- EPConDB DatabaseProvides access to gene expression and sequences for genes active in mouse and human beta cells.
- ERIC pre-1966-, CSADatabase OCLC FirstSearchDatabase US Dept. of Educ.Database EBSCOERIC is the database of educational materials collected by the Educational Resources Information Center of the U.S. Department of Education. It consists of citations from two sources: (1) Resources in Education (RIE), covering documents, and (2) Current Index to Journals in Education (CIJE), covering approximately 750 journals and other serial publications. All ERIC citations include abstracts.
- eTBlast Search EngineeTBLAST is a text similarity-based engine for searching scientific literature and grant databases using a user-defined text as input. It is designed to identify similar documents within literature databases such as MEDLINE, the National Institutes of Health (NIH) CRISP database, the Institute of Physics (IOP) database, and the NASA technical reports database.
- EthnoMed DatabaseThis site contains information about cultural beliefs, medical issues and other related issues pertinent to the health care of recent immigrants to Seattle, many of whom are refugees fleeing war-torn parts of the world.
- ETHXWeb NRCBLThe online catalog for the National Reference Center for Bioethics Literature (NRCBL) ETHX on the Web, contains citations to journal articles, books and book chapters, Web documents, audiovisuals, conference proceedings, and unpublished documents relating to bioethics and professional ethics.
- Eukaryotic promoter database (EPD) DatabaseAnnotated non-redundant collection of data on eukaryotic POL II promoters for which the transcription start site has been determined experimentally.
- Eureka! Database, Limited to 2 simultaneous users, logoff when finished."Provides a simple one-button one-window access to GeneGo's manually curated databases. Users can query the database with gene, protein, compound, drug names, diseases, and processes, pathological or toxic categories in a free text format. The results, ranked based on relevance, will present all categories of information and data from the database and links to external databases including third party vendors such as Sigma Aldrich"--Edited description from PR Newswire.
- ExactAntigen DatabaseCurated database of commercial monoclonal antibodies.
- EXAM MASTER Online DatabaseExamination preparation and subject review for USMLE Step 1 (9000+ questions), USMLE Step 2 (5000+ questions), and USMLE Step 3 (3000+ questions), among others. Certification Review aids cover Family Practice, General Pediatrics, General Surgery, Internal Medicine, Obstetrics and Gynecology, and SPEX. Students can create self-study exams in a variety of subjects.
- ExPASy Proteomics server EXPASyExPASy provides integrated access to a variety of databases and analytical tools dedicated to understanding proteins.
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What is it?
This shortcut (Lane proxy bookmarklet) gives you access to resources licensed by the library even when you're not coming from a Lane or a Stanford IP address.
While we'd like Lane to be your gateway to our licensed content, we recognize that links to books, articles and journals come from a variety of different sources (Google, your email, RSS reader, etc.).
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