When you use PubMed via VCU
Libraries, the 'GetIt@VCU' button will show up in your citations so you
can easily link to the full-text of an article if we have an online
subscription or the online catalog if we have the journal in print.
The search engines in this LibGuide will not have
the 'GetIt@VCU' button so you will need to search for the journal in our
eTBLAST is a similarity search that allows you to input an entire paragraph and then finds similar articles. Good for entering a PICO statement. Will also find the top authors and journals in a set of articles.
GoPubMed classifies your search results using Gene Ontology and MeSH. You can then narrow your search using these terms. You can also find the top author or look at statistics on county, city, year and journal of publication.
HubMed does basic PubMed searching but adds a couple of interesting features. The "Terms" option links phrases and words in an abstract to Gene Ontology, UniProt or Wikipedia for further searching. And the Rank Relations feature finds more articles similar to a set of articles you already have found.