External Information Sources
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External Eletronic Information Sources
As part of the Comenius University also you have access to https://uniba.sk/en/about/faculties-and-units/comenius-university-academic-library/external-electronic-information-resources/
- Lexicomp - a collection of clinical databases and clinical decision support tools that provides users with an extensive medical library.
- The Merck Index - a guide to organic and inorganic chemistry
- European Pharmacopoeia - current licence 9th Ed. (9.6 – 9.8.) until 31.12.2019 for 200 PC/100 concurrent users. Access using browser Internet Explorer.
- Nature Reviews Drug Discovery - online version of magazine
- JPC - Journal of Planar Chromatography Modern TLC - online version of magazine
- Die Pharmazie - online version of magazine
- Planta Medica - online version of magazine
- American Chemical Society -access to online version of more than 50 titules including archives
- e-books for pharmacy - available via an online catalogue (ebook FaFUK)
Electronic Information Resources
Access to these resources is controlled by a system of authentication. that, depending on the resource and whether you are working on-site or off-site, will function in one of two ways. If the computer you are using is on the University network (on-site), most electronic resources will allow immediate direct access with no need for a password. However, if you are working away from the University (off-site) you will need to set up the university proxy server within the browser.
Under the terms of licensing agreements with database supplier may UK students and staff to use electronic information resources exclusively on their teaching and research. Systematic downloading data from any source is strictly prohibited. It is prohibited to distribute or sell materials and data obtained from this source of information. Breach of licensing conditions may lead to blockage of access to information resources. "