The ChemRefer Newsletter – First Edition (March 2006)

Clinical Chemistry
Visit http://www.clinchem.org. Search for articles from 1955 to the present day, or browse by subject. Find the most cited and most read articles. Choose between quick or advanced search options. Requires Adobe Acrobat (PDF) to access the full text articles, which are mostly open access. Sign up to receive email alerts when new articles matching your search criteria are published using CiteTrack. http://intl.clinchem.org/tips/ helps you browse the website more effectively. Far and away the best source for accessible clinical chemistry literature found by ChemRefer.

CAS Science Spotlight
See http://cas.org/spotlight/. Features the most requested, most intriguing and most cited journal articles and patent families. You can search the site using http://cas.org/websearch.html. For more information on this service see http://cas.org/spotlight/moreinfo.html. You can sign up to receive notices of future updates to the service. Certainly the most carefully reviewed collection of excellent, accessible literature found by ChemRefer.

Ukrainica Bioorganica Acta
Find this at http://www.bioorganica.org.ua/. This will be of most interest to those working in the fields of bioorganic, organic and medical chemistry as well as to biochemistry, pharmacology and biotechnology specialists. Full text articles are available in the Archive and these are published either in English or Ukrainian. Requires Adobe Acrobat (PDF). A relatively new and undiscovered gem of open access literature in ChemRefer’s estimation.

Analytical Sciences
Visit http://wwwsoc.nii.ac.jp/cgi-bin/jsac/analsci/toc. Covers all aspects of the analytical sciences. Search this journal by going to the Menu and selecting ‘Search (J-Stage)’. The full texts of all articles are accessible for free with a PDF format. Choose between quick and advanced search options. Access to the full texts of ‘Special Issues’ is also free. The best source for analytical science articles found by ChemRefer.

Featured Search Results from the ChemRefer Archive

The First Direct and Enantioselective Cross-Aldol Reaction of Aldehydes
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2002), 124(24), 6798-6799
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Total Synthesis of (-)-7-Epicylindrospermopsin, a Toxic Metabolite of the Freshwater Cyanobacterium Aphanizomenon ovalisporum, and Assignment of Its Absolute Configuration
Journal of Organic Chemistry (2005), 70(6), 1963-1977
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Chocolate: A Marvelous Natural Product of Chemistry
Journal of Chemical Education, Vol. 81 No. 8 August 2004
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The natural selection of the chemical elements
Cell. Mol. Life Sci. 53 (1997) 816-829
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Molecular mechanisms involved in cisplatin cytotoxicity
Cell. Mol. Life Sci. 57 (2000) 1229-1235
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1 thought on “The ChemRefer Newsletter – First Edition (March 2006)”

  1. Hi

    I invited Will to offer his ChemRefer newsletter to SciScoop readers and hopefully this is to become a regular feature. If anyone fancies following up on any of the literature he cites and providing us with a news story on an interesting piece chemical research, please feel free.

    Thanks

    Dave

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