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  • Familial Cancer Database
    • This database provides software to assist with differential diagnosis in familial cancer. It is free but requires registration, downloading and installation of the software and data. Please use your own computer for this database.
  • Family Studies Abstracts
    • This database covers areas related to family studies including marriage, divorce, family therapy and other areas of key relevance to the discipline.
  • FDA - Drug Information
    • Information here is from the Center for Drug Evaluation and Research and covers numerous topics related to the use and approval of drugs. Topics include new prescription drug approvals, prescription drug information, major drug information pages, consumer drug information, over-the-counter drug information, drug safety and side effects, and public health alerts.
  • FirstSearch - OCLC
    • FirstSearch provides access to a core collection of reference databases. The FirstSearch Base Package includes WorldCat as well as other databases such as CAMIO, Electronic Books and OAIster. Users of WorldCat.org and WorldCat Local can access these FirstSearch databases through a user-friendly single-search box.
  • FISH-mapped BACs
    • CGAP is generating a set of Bacterial Artificial Chromosome (BAC) clones (available to the public) that have been mapped cytogenetically by fluorescence in situ hybridization (FISH) and physically by sequence tagged sites (STSs) to the human genome. The BAC data is integrated into various CGAP and NCBI databases to provide related clinical, histopathologic, genetic, and genomic information.
  • Fuente Academica
    • A collection of scholarly journals from Latin America, Portugal and Spain. All major subject areas are covered with particular emphasis on agriculture, biological sciences, economics, history, law, literature, philosophy, psychology, public administration, religion and sociology.