Database topics
Biology; Chemistry and Chemical Engineering; Earth Sciences; Engineering; Medicine
"Items in Analytical Abstracts fall into three main categories: Journal articles, technical reports, and books. More than 250 key international journals are scanned regularly by the Analytical Abstracts editorial team. Over 75% of the original material is published in English, with other major languages being French and German, Russian and other eastern European languages, Chinese, and Japanese. Abstracting from non-English-language sources is performed by a panel of chemists with language skills. A small number of other secondary sources are scanned, in order to find items published in more obscure journals or in the non-chemistry literature, for example, environmental, pharmaceutical or geological publications." Inclusive dates: 1980-present.
Database topics
Chemistry and Chemical Engineering; Biology
The Biological Macromolecule Crystallization Database (BMCD) contains molecule, crystal and crystallization data for macromolecules for which diffraction quality crystals have been obtained. These include proteins and nucleic acids, various complexes, and viruses. The BMCD has been available as NIST Standard Reference Database 21 since 1989, one of the earliest Standard Reference Databases at NIST. The current release includes 43,406 crystal entries, up from 14,372 in the previous release. The new data have been extracted from PDB REMARK 280 records. The data have been converted into scientific format (from aggregate text string to individual, numeric data) with error checking and standardization of chemical names. New search features include automatic synonym searches, numeric range searches for macromolecular concentration, pH, temperature, resolution, and year of publication, and combined searches over multiple fields
Database topics
Chemistry and Chemical Engineering; Biology; Medicine
Physical extent
1 online resource : color illustrations
"Collects NMR data from any experiment and captures assigned chemical shifts, coupling constants, and peak lists for a variety of macromolecules; contains derived annotations such as hydrogen exchange rates, pKa values, and relaxation parameters."--World Wide Protein Data Bank member page.
Database topics
Chemistry and Chemical Engineering; Biology; Medicine
Physical extent
1 online resource : color illustrations
"BioPath.Explore provides a convenient electronic access to the entire information stored in the BioPath database by a variety of text, structure, reaction and pathway search and retrieval techniques. All information about the metabolic molecules, reactions and enzymes are fully cross - linked which facilitates a deep and broad exploration and a state - of - the art visualization of the biochemical pathways. Additional information, such as computed physicochemical properties and 3D molecular models, allows for a wide range of applications of BioPath."--Publisher's brochure.

6. Bio-protocol [2011 - ]

Database topics
Chemistry and Chemical Engineering; Biology; Medicine
An e-journal founded in 2010 by a group of Stanford researchers. A postdoc-driven non-profit, free access, and peer-reviewed source of protocols in the life sciences. Its mission is to make life-science research more efficient and reproducible by curating and hosting high quality, open-access, life science protocols. There are no fees for participating, and its main goal is seeking reproducibility and reliability of experiments.
Database topics
Environmental Studies; Science (General); Chemistry and Chemical Engineering; Biology
Biosis is a comprehensive source for life sciences and biomedical research from nearly 6,000 life sciences journals plus abstracts from meetings, books and patents. Search options include using taxonomy, MeSH, CAS registry numbers, Sequence Databank Numbers, and Major Concepts. Updated weekly, covers 1926--present. Cited reference searching finds more recent works that cite an earlier document of interest.
Database topics
Chemistry and Chemical Engineering; Biology; Medicine
BLAST finds regions of similarity between biological sequences. The program compares nucleotide or protein sequences to sequence databases and calculates the statistical significance.
Database topics
Science (General); Mathematical Sciences; Physics and Astronomy; Chemistry and Chemical Engineering; Earth Sciences; Biology
"The Book Citation Index is designed to enhance the powerful discovery and analysis capabilities of Web of Knowledge by incorporating comprehensive book citation data. Researchers can search for and identify the most relevant and esteemed literature along with the 12,000 peer-reviewed journals and 150,000 conference proceedings already indexed in Web of Knowledge, enabling users to navigate the links in citations across books, journals and proceedings. Books are indexed at the chapter level, resulting in improved searches and deeper insights into the citing behavior between books and the wider world of scholarly research.
Content for the Book Citation Index is comprised of scholarly books, both electronic and print, that present fully referenced articles of original research or reviews of the literature, and has been carefully selected based on well-defined criteria to offer the most significant literature available. The index consists of 25,000 books, dating back to 2005. Coverage is expected to rise to 30,000 books by the end of 2011, with 10,000 new books added each year."--Thomson-Reuters press release, Oct. 2011.
Database topics
Mathematical Sciences; Engineering; Medicine; Economics and Business; Chemistry and Chemical Engineering; Earth Sciences; Biology; Science (General)
  • AGRICULTUREnetBASE
  • ATSDR
  • BIOSCIENCEnetBASE
  • BUSINESSnetBASE
  • CHEMLIBnetBASE
  • CivilEngineeringnetBASE
  • Combined Chemical Dictionary
  • Dictionary of Commonly Cited Compounds
  • Dictionary of Drugs
  • Dictionary of Inorganic and Organometallic Compounds
  • Dictionary of Natural Products
  • Dictionary of Organic Compounds
  • ECONOMICSnetBASE
  • ElectricalEngineeringnetBASE
  • ENGnetBASE
  • ENVIROnetBASE
  • ERGONOMICSnetBASE
  • FOODnetBASE
  • FORENSICnetBASE/ LAWENFORCEMENTnetBASE
  • Handbook of Chemistry and Physics
  • INDUSTRIALnetBASE
  • InfoSECURITYnetBASE
  • ITKnowledgeBASE
  • MATERIALSnetBASE
  • MATHnetBASE
  • MechanicalEngineeringnetBASE
  • MILITARYnetBASE
  • NANOnetBASE
  • NEUROSCIENCEnetBASE
  • NUTRITIONnetBASE
  • OCCUP-HEALTHandSAFETYnetBASE
  • PHARMACEUTICALnetBASE
  • PHYSICSnetBASE
  • PlantSCIENCEnetBASE
  • Polymers - a Property Database
  • POLYMERSnetBASE
  • ProjectMANAGEMENTnetBASE
  • Properties of Organic Compounds
  • PublicADMINISTRATIONnetBASE
  • STATSnetBASE
  • TELECOMMUNICATIONSnetBASE
  • TEXTILEnetBASE
  • TOXICOLOGYnetBASE
  • TRIBOLOGYnetBASE/ LUBRICATIONnetBASE
  • WATERnetBASE.
A collection of online databases providing a portal to some of the world's major reference works, scientific journals and other resources. Covers a wide range of areas of scientific research from Toxicology, Engineering, Chemistry to Neuroscience, Mathematics and others.

12. CSD-Enterprise [2015]

Database topics
Chemistry and Chemical Engineering; Biology
Physical extent
1 online resource
CSD-Enterprise includes everything in the CSD-System, CSD-Discovery and CSD-Materials, software and application data for the Cambridge Structural Database (CSD), the world’s only comprehensive, up-to-date, and fully-curated knowledge base of small molecule crystal structures.

13. Data citation index [2012 - ]

Database topics
Science (General); Mathematical Sciences; Physics and Astronomy; Earth Sciences; Chemistry and Chemical Engineering; Biology; Political Science; Social Sciences (General)
Physical extent
1 online resource
Indexes research data, including data studies and data sets, and links them to the scientific literature to track data citation.

14. DataSearch [2016]

Database topics
Science (General); Mathematical Sciences; Physics and Astronomy; Chemistry and Chemical Engineering; Earth Sciences; Biology; Engineering; Medicine
Dataset
1 online resource
Research data is the foundation on which scientific, technical and medical knowledge is built. Oftentimes data sets do not leave the lab, or may go unnoticed as supplementary files. Elsevier provides solutions that support researchers to store, share, discover and use this data. By doing so authors are able to receive credit for the full spectrum of their work, and the wider research community benefits from the ability to discover and reuse the data. They are indexing images, tables and supplementary data from (Elsevier or Open Access) content sources, and are considering these to be research data components. They also index a series of domain-specific repositories, as well as non-domain specific ones.
Database topics
Chemistry and Chemical Engineering; Toxicology and Chemical Safety; Biology; Environmental Studies; Medicine
Book
7 v. : ill. ; 26 cm.
  • v. 1. A-B
  • v. 2. C
  • v. 3. D
  • v. 4. E-J
  • v. 5. K-N
  • v. 6. O-S
  • v. 7. T-Z. Index.
This new edition of The Dictionary and Substances and their Effects (DOSE) supersedes the renowned 1st edition, and offers the benefit of free sitewide access to the DOSE searchable web database. The 1st edition has been completely revised, updated and extended with all the latest significant data on the chemicals known to have adverse effects on lifeforms or the environment. The new edition is a must for all those who need easy access to a single source of the latest essential and fully referenced data on chemicals which are known to have significant toxic or environmental effects. The web database is ideal for targeted searches and customised data retrieval. The 2nd edition of DOSE includes new toxicity, environmental and regulatory data from the world's literature, presented in concise summaries. These new data are essential for the accurate assessment of the risks associated with the use and disposal of chemicals. Data on over 100 chemicals new to this edition have been added, including endocrine disruptors, food carcinogens, pesticides and compounds studied by IARC and NTP. All of the 4000 chemicals contained in the 1st edition have been reviewed. New and updated information for these chemicals includes: * occupational exposure limits for 6 countries * recent toxicity and ecotoxicity data * results of new carcinogenicity, mutagenicity and environmental fate studies * the latest regulatory requirements DOSE 2nd edition comprises 7 hardcover volumes covering over 4000 chemicals alphabetically, and includes indexes of substance names and synonyms, molecular formulae, and CAS Registry Numbers; glossaries of medical terms and Latin to English organism names; an abbreviations listing and a comprehensive guide to the types of data and their origin. Free sitewide access to the DOSE web database is included in the purchase price. In addition to the RSC print/web database package, DOSE is available via Knovel's Engineering and Scientific Online Reference, located at www.knovel.com.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780854048380 20160527
Science Library (Li and Ma)
Database topics
Agriculture, Forestry, and Wildlife; Art, Architecture and Design; Biology; Economics and Business; Chemistry and Chemical Engineering; Environmental Studies; Earth Sciences; News; Medicine; History; Anthropology and Archaeology; Language; Law; Political Science; Mathematical Sciences; Statistical and Numeric Data; Philosophy; Religious Studies; Physics and Astronomy; Science (General); Social Sciences (General); Engineering; History of Science and Technology
  • Agriculture
  • Biology
  • Chemistry
  • Health
  • Language and literature
  • Mathematics and statistics
  • Technology and engineering
  • Arts and architecture
  • Business and economics
  • Earth and environment
  • History and archaeology
  • Law and political science
  • Philosophy and religion
  • Social sciences.
Covers free, full text, quality controlled scientific and scholarly journals. Aims to cover all subjects and languages.
Database topics
Biology; Chemistry and Chemical Engineering; Medicine
his database serves as a resource for members of the general public interested in fields like genomics, genetics and biotechnology. The DPD contains a collection of DNA-based patents and patent applications issued by the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) and makes the full-text versions of such patents available at no cost to the public. This enables searches of patents that map roughly to the fields of genetics and genomics, for example to identify how much intellectual property from a particular country or particular firm is associated with genetics or genomics R&D. Updated weekly, the DPD contains over 63,000 DNA-based patents issued from 1971 to the present and over 100,000 patent applications published from 2001 to the present.
Database topics
Chemistry and Chemical Engineering; Biology; Environmental Studies; Toxicology and Chemical Safety
The ECOTOXicology database (ECOTOX) is a source for locating single chemical toxicity data for aquatic life, terrestrial plants and wildlife. ECOTOX was created and is maintained by the U.S.EPA, Office of Research and Development, and the National Health and Environmental Effects Research Laboratory's Mid-Continent Ecology Division.
Database topics
Biology; Chemistry and Chemical Engineering; Medicine
  • Nucleotide Database
  • Protein Database
  • Genome Database
  • Structure Database
  • 3D Domains
  • Conserved Domains
  • UniSTS
  • Gene
  • UniGene
  • HomoloGene
  • SNP tPopSet Database
  • Taxonomy Database
  • GEO Profiles
  • GEO Datasets
  • GENSAT
  • Cancer Chromosomes
  • PubChem Compound
  • PubChem Substance
  • PubChem BioAssay
  • PubMed Central
  • Journals
  • MeSH
  • Bookshelf
  • OMIM Database
  • OMIA Database
  • Probe Database --tEST
  • GSS
  • SRA
  • BioSystems
  • Genome ProjectdbGaP
  • CDD
  • Protein Clusters
  • Peptidome.
Entrez searches the National Center for Biotechnology Information (NCBI) databases to provide integrated access to nucleotide and protein sequence data from over 160,000 species, along with three-dimensional protein structures, genomic mapping information, PubMed MEDLINE, and more. Sequence data are combined from various sources, including GenBank, EMBL, DDBJ, RefSeq, PIR-International, PRF, Swiss-Prot, and PDB. Entrez can be searched with a wide variety of text terms such as author name, journal name, gene or protein name, organism, unique identifier (e.g., accession number, sequence ID, PubMed ID), and other terms, depending on the database being searched.
Database topics
Chemistry and Chemical Engineering; Biology; Medicine; Environmental Studies; Toxicology and Chemical Safety
The EFDB aids in identifying persistent chemical classes, as well as physical or chemical properties that may correlate to particular behavior in the environment. The EFDB is comprised of several interrelated files, including DATALOG, CHEMFATE, BIOLOG, and BIODEG. These databases share a CAS# file containing over 20,000 chemicals with a preferred name and formula, and a bibliographic file containing full references on over 36,000 articles cited. They are under constant expansion, and may be accessed on the EFDB webpage. Quarterly, snapshots of the databases are made available in a Microsoft Windows version and on this web site.