Clinical chemistry, 7th ed., William J. Marshall, Stephen K. Bangert, Marta Lapsley. Edinburgh: Elsevier; 2012.
Click on the link above to access the ebook via LibrarySearch. All Dawsonera ebooks are also available off campus with a Raven username and password. It should be noted that Dawsonera ebooks require the use of a Raven login on campus.
For more information about ebooks and how to access them please visit the ebooks@cambridge website.
All new chemistry ebooks are added to the list we maintain on the Chemistry Library website: http://www-library.ch.cam.ac.uk/electronic_books.html.
Another of the 18 Gold for Gold vouchers that the Royal Society of Chemistry has given to the University of Cambridge has been used to make the following article immediately open access:
Modelling ligand selectivity of serine proteases using integrative proteochemometric approaches improves model performance and allows the multi-target dependent interpretation of features, Qurrat U. Ain, Oscar Méndez-Lucio, Isidro Cortés Ciriano, Thérèse Malliavin, Gerard J. P. van Westen and Andreas Bender. Integr. Biol., 2014, 6, 1023-1033. Paper. DOI:10.1039/C4IB00175C, http://pubs.rsc.org/en/content/articlehtml/2014/ib/c4ib00175c
To find out more about the Gold for Gold initiative, please see a previous blog post here: https://cambridgechemlib.wordpress.com/2014/03/14/gold-for-gold-is-back/.
This new fund is available to help meet open access article processing charges for peer-reviewed research publications resulting from research funded by one or more of six partner charities.
The Charity Open Access Fund (COAF) is a partnership between Arthritis Research UK, Breast Cancer Campaign, the British Heart Foundation, Cancer Research UK, Leukaemia & Lymphoma Research and the Wellcome Trust to enable free and unrestricted access to the published outputs of the research the COAF supports.
COAF has provided single combined block grants to 36 UK research institutions, including the University of Cambridge, to meet open access article processing charges. The Wellcome Trust is administering the Fund on behalf of the partners for a pilot phase.
Find out more on the Wellcome Trust website here.
Find out more about Open Access publishing in Cambridge at www.openaccess.cam.ac.uk.
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