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- How do I get started?
First, try a "Full Text Search". Choose a keyword of interest, and the Full Text Search will check all fields across all abstracts in the database: e.g. proteomics
Your search will probably give many results. Now, select "Refine Search" and enter criteria to narrow your search. It is recommended that you utilise Analytical Abstracts unique Index Terms, e.g. TECHNIQUE: gel electrophoresis AND proteomic analysis
- What are the Index Terms?
Analytical Abstracts records are uniquely tagged with index terms, providing a wealth of detail to search across. For example, the ANALYTE is the substance (element, compound, CAS number) that has been identified or determined.
Detailed help on using each Index Term is provided on the "Advanced Search" screen. Access this through the question mark icon:
A list of index terms are also provided for browsing, via the arrow icon:
- How do I read the original journal articles?
Links to "Access Full Text" are available from your search results Click on the title to view the full record
Or, amend the Display Mode to "Full"
Or, select multiple records of interest, using the tick boxes, and View Selected Records
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- If you have further questions regarding the use of Analytical Abstracts, please contact the Editorial Office at the Analytical Abstracts email address below.
Analytical Abstracts Editorial Office
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Tel: +44 (0) 1223 420066
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