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CHM 340: Biochemistry I

Guide for the Biochemistry Research Project - Review of the Literature

CHM 340 Quick Links

Find Your Primary Citation in Scopus

You'll start your search in Scopus, the largest indexing and abstracting database available.  Once you find your primary citation, you'll locate other articles that cite it.

There are several options for locating a specific article based on the available information.

Option 1: Use the PubMed ID

Connect to Scopus and click on the Advanced search tab.

Type PMID(your primary citation PubMed ID) and click the Search button.

Scopus PubMed ID search

 If no documents are retrieved, try Option 2: Use Citation Information.

Option 2: Use Citation Information

Connect to Scopus and enter the article title in the Search for box.  Click Search.

Scopus title search

If no results are found, contact the Hutchins Library Reference Desk for assistance.   The Scopus: Performing a Document Search video may also be helpful.

Review search results

Scopus results

From the Document results list,  click on the article title to view all the details, including the abstract, language, keywords, plus Chemicals and CAS Registry Numbers.  To learn more, watch the Scopus: Reviewing Documents video.

 Scopus article

Click on Download PDF at the top of the page to download the document and/or the abstract.  The Download Completed box will indicate if the article PDF was included in the download.

successful download

If Download PDF does not provide the document, click on the Connect button for additional options for getting a copy of your primary citation document.  If Hutchins Library does not have article online or in print, you will need to complete an Interlibrary Loan request..

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Full Text Not Available? Request a copy!

Hutchins Library provides print or electronic access to over 50,000 journals.  If the article you need is not available, you may request a copy though interlibrary loan.