MEDS 290 BioMedical Research: Need Help?

Summer Biomedical Research-Dr. Osgood and Dr. Thomas
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Need Help?

The purpose of this guide is to support your research assignments involving cellular and molecular biology , conditions/diseases-dental cavities, endocarditis, otitis media , cloning/expressions, Real Time PCR, biofilm assays  and microscopy (confocal, acoustic). Specifically:

  1. Biofilms
  2. Proteins: 66KD, tagged, recombinant
  3. Dispersin B
  4. Erysipelothrix rhusiopathiae
  5. Streptococcus salivarius K12 BLIS
  6. Steptococcus mutans serotype k
  7. Streptococcus mutans serotype c
  8. Streptococcus pneumoniae
  9. Moraxella catarrhalise
  10. and others...........
  • The focus of this guide is to help you retrieve appropriate scholarly peer reviewed articles from journals, databases as well as books. 
  • You are welcome to stop by the offices of  Dr. Boateng, your science librarian either at the Wallace Library first floor #1424 or on the 2nd floor of CBET room 2160.
  • I can meet with you at either locations. Email me ahead of time to make sure that I am at either location

The guide begins with databases to search along with GoogleScholar as well as ENDNOTE installation instructions

Gather your literature with ENDNOTE which has a CITE WHILE U WRITE app for Microsoft Word . This makes writing and citing very easy. It is similar to Noodlebib for those who have used it.  I will be at CBET next week to demonstrate to those who want to use it.

 

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