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Molecular Biology Research Guide   Tags: biology, jp, senior_thesis  

This guide will assist you in getting familiar with Princeton's scholarly resources in Molecular Biology.
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Literature awareness database that provides reviews and ratings of research published in the biological sciences. A network of over 1000 accomplished life science faculty assess the scholarly merit of recent peer-reviewed literature and provide a kind of post-publication peer review. Links are provided to related papers within the database, abstracts via PubMed, and full text via FindIt@PUL.


Most Recent Papers By Princeton MolBio Scientists

Whenever new publications are indexed by Scopus that match this search for article authors affiliated with Princeton's Department of Molecular Biology the citations will appear below. The authors, the journal name, and other bibliographic information are listed below each article title. Click on any article to get the full reference and abstract with cited references, related articles, and citing articles (although most are too new to be cited yet). Click Here if you want this feed, you can load it into the reader of your choice.

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