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Pharmacology: Journals & Proceedings

Guide to Oxford University library resources, facilities and services for students and staff in Pharmacology.
Subjects: Pharmacology

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Electronic Journals

The Bodleian Libraries subscribe to over 28,000 e-journals. These are listed by title or subject on the OU e-journals list.   If a e-journal is not listed on the e-journals list, check SOLO for the printed version

If you are off-campus login with using your Oxford Single Sign-On (SSO) is required.  Additional details on setting up your SSO account can be found on the OUCS website.

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Journals

Quick links to some of the top science e-journals we provide.

Find others by searching SOLO or the Oxford E-journals list.

Conference Proceedings

You can search for conference proceedings through several services provided by the Bodleian Libraries:

Linking Oxford University Subscriptions to PubMed and Google Scholar

PubMed

Through SOLO

Open PubMed through SOLO to get access to "University of Oxford" full-text articles.

  • Go to SOLO and sign in with your Single Sign-On (SSO).
  • Type "PubMed" in the search box.
  • Click "View Online".  
  • A search will return a list of results showing a separate link, University of Oxford, to access the full-text of those results, as illustrated below.

 

Through PubMed@Oxford

It is the same as the normal PubMed search page but it automatically identifies all articles that are available in full-text

to members of the University. Use the address http://tinyurl.com/pubmedoxford 

 

Google Scholar

Follow the steps below to use the "Find it @ Oxford" link and access Oxford subscriptions from Google Scholar results.

  • Open Google Scholar.
  • click "Settings".
  • Select "Library links" from the menu on the left.
  • Search for "University of Oxford"
  • Check that "University of Oxford" has been ticked.  You're done!

The link "Find it @ Oxford" will appear next to articles published in journals the library subscribes, as illustrated below.

Google Scholar with Oxford Link

 

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Document Supply

If Oxford doesn't have the article or book you want, get hold of it with our Document Supply service (link below). It's cheaper than buying direct off the web!