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Biology

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CRISPR + Gene Editing Resources

Tip #1:

Before you begin searching, it may be helpful to generate a list of standardized medical terms that are used to organize information on the subject. One way you can do this is to consult PubMed to look up MeSH (Medical Subject Heading) Terms. 

  • PubMed MeSH Terms Search Engine - use the search box to look for standard terms related to cancer, cancer symptoms, diagnostic tools, etc.
  • Tutorials are available to assist in the location of relevant search terms. 

 

 

Tip #2: 

CRISPR-Cas9 as a whole is a relatively new technology, and breakthroughs are happening at a fast pace. Consider how this may impact the relevance of using older materials and try to limit your searching for newer content on this topic. 

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Tredway library does not have any specific journals that only feature exclusively resources on CRISPR / Gene Editing. However, listed here are some journals that you may find resources on CRISPR - Cas9 within. 

 

Journal Title Publication Years Available
Cell 1995 - present
International Journal of Molecular Sciences 2000 - present
Molecular Cell 1997 - present (excluding previous 12 months)
Nature 1869-1923; 1997 - present
Nature Biotechnology 1998 - present (excluding previous 12 months)
Nature Medicine 1998 - present (excluding previous 12 months)
Nucleic Acids Research 1974 - present
Plant Biotechnology Journal 2003 - present
PLOS Genetics 2005 - present
PLOS One 2006 - present
Science 1880 - present
Zygon 1966 - present (excluding previous 12 months)

 

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