PubMed, from the National Library of Medicine, is an excellent source of biomedical and biochemical literature. Medline is also available via SciFinder, FirstSearch and Lexis Nexis Academic (select Sources, Scientific materials, Medline). Except for SciFinder, the other 3 sources search in similar ways using the basic search concepts above. If you are using SciFinder, explore References automatically searches both CAplus and Medline so be aware that automatic duplicate removal will remove the Medline citations.
Tip: Use the link above, rather than a generic link to PubMed, to connect to the Albright Journal Locator
New! PubMed Advanced Search allows easier use of limits and searching in specific fields (eg, MeSH).
In searching authors, Medline has used initials, even when the article uses the full name of the author; when in doubt search full name and then last name with initials.