The purpose of the Video Atlas is to shorten the learning time needed to gain an accurate three-dimensional understanding of human structure. It is designed to show you, in the simplest way, the true appearance of the structures of the human body. It is not intended to be either a guide to the process of cadaver dissection, or a replacement
Histology ImageReview was created with the purpose of providing students with a systematic review of cell and tissue biology and organ histology. It offers several different magnifications of a structure, tissue or organ as if the student were using a microscope in the histology laboratory. In addition, Histology ImageReview contains selected clinical correlations which augment basic histological information. Furthermore, the program provides a mechanism for self-assessment employing image-based questions and learning responses.
Open Access Digital Library , an integral part of the Gold Rush resource management system, provides free access to 76 databases and almost 4,000 full text, scholarly, peer-reviewed journals in a variety of subjects from medicine to engineering.
This book is about the principles of human molecular genetics. Whether you are a student or a researcher, you will also need access to genetic data – to find where a gene maps, whether the gene has been cloned, what mutations have been found, what genes are contained in a particular chromosomal region, where and when a gene is expressed during embryonic development, etc. You need the most up-to-date information, and you usually need it quickly. The place to find all such genetic data is on the Internet.The Internet is a world-wide system that links innumerable individual computers and local networks in universities, research laboratories and commercial and government organizations. It allows almost instant communication between computers anywhere in the world. All students of human molecular genetics should be using the Internet.
|Anatomy of the Human Body|
|The Bartleby.com edition of Gray’s Anatomy of the Human Body features 1,247 vibrant engravings—many in color—from the classic 1918 publication, as well as a subject index with 13,000 entries ranging from the Antrum of Highmore to the Zonule of Zinn.|
Call#: Biomedical Library Reserve Oversize RJ245 .W46 2005
Call#: Van Pelt Library HM1033 .G53 2000
AMED (Allied and Complementary Medicine) database covers a selection of journals in complementary ("alternative") medicine (CAM), palliative care, and several other allied professions. AMED includes references to articles from over 500 journals, the majority of which are in English. A large number of these titles are not indexed by any other biomedical sources. In addition to the specialist journals on AMED's subjects, a number of important general journals are reviewed for relevant articles. Along with the basic bibliographic information, each record includes index terms using the AMED Thesaurus and an abstract summarizing the article being cited.