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HPRS 2301: Pathophysiology: Find Articles

Think Like a Librarian - Searching Article Databases

Electronic databases are purchased by the libraries for your research use. To find articles in newspapers and journals, letters, reference books, illustrations, photographs and more, use your updated library card to log in to the following databases. If you find an interesting article that is not full-text, you may request it through interlibrary loan (I.L.L.). Contact the librarian if you need help getting an article. There is some overlap of articles in the databases, but all are excellent sources of information for research. We encourage you to use more than one.

HINT: Choose an appropriate database from the Subject Guide to databases or select from our alphabetical list of databases. Use the barcode number from your Lone Star College ID or library card to log in to any of our databases from off-campus.             
When searching the databases, remember to select "full text" or "Articles with text" to limit your search. Choose HTML or PDF versions to view full text. You may want to limit your articles to those that are scholarly/peer-reviewed.

Full-text Articles from These LSCS Libaries' Databases

General Databases:

Health and Medical Databases:

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