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Kuboniwa M, Hasegawa Y, Mao S, Shizukuishi S, Amano A, Lamont RJ, et al. P. gingivalis accelerates gingival epithelial cell progression through the cell cycle. Microbes Infect. 2008;10(2):122-8.


Google Scholar contains information for papers from a wide range of publications. In addition to several pearl growing features of its own, Google Scholar links to the publicly available records of papers in other databases, notably PubMed.

Searching for the title of your starting paper will produce a list of results.  

 

 

 

 

Links in the results list can be used for pearl growing:

  • Cited by - There are 2 choices. Clicking the Cited by link produces a list of all the papers identified by Google Scholar as having cited your starting paper. These articles are in relevance order based on the number of times each has itself been cited. There is also the option to search within those citing articles. The second option is to click the Web of Science link to go through to the Web of Science database and its pearl growing features.
  • Related articles - Clicking here produces a list of records identified as containing similar terms in the title.
  • All versions - Clicking this link produces a list of all of the different records that Google Scholar can find for that article. Some of these records may include useful information for pearl growing. In particular look for a version with pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov as clicking on the article title of this version will take you through to the record in PubMed. Explore the additional pearl growing features in PubMed eg Similar articles and MeSH.

Underlined author names.

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to see a list of the author's papers and their citation counts and indices.

 


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