If you are searching for articles on a specific subject or by a specific author, it is reccomended that you search one of our bibliographic databases. These will in many cases give you direct access to electronic full-text articles where we have an active subscription.
Databases are provided on different interfaces. Most of them support the following functions:
To learn how to use effectively specific functions on the key databases see also:
Oxford subscribes to a large number of Bibliographic databases, which can be used to locate journal articles, conference proceedings, books and patents, by subject or by a particular author. Subscription databases can be found and accessed through OxLip+.
If you are on campus you can access most databases directly. If you are off campus you will be asked to login for remote acces to library resources using your SSO (Single Sign-On).
Further help in using OxLip+ can be found in the OxLip+ LibGuide.
The following bibliographic, abstract, and full text databases provide good coverage of material in biochemistry, molecular biology, genetics and other related life sciences subjects.
This page also contains some links to databases for:
The following databases provide access to data and resources for bioinformatics. You will find many more Bioinformatics resources in the dedicated 'Resources for Bioinformatics' LibGuide.