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Answered By Library Staff
Last Updated: Jul 30, 2020     Views: 117

The article databases that are linked on the TCC library page are a great place to start a peer reviewed journal search on the ebola virus.

1. Start your search from the library's homepage, and click on Articles & Databases
2. Under C find CINAHL - Ebscohost

CINAHL: one of the medicine databases, will give you information on ebola from nursing and allied health journals.  The information will be slanted toward a medical audience, and it is a great source to find the specifics of the virus, as well as information concerning the recent outbreak.           

The keyword "ebola" in CINAHL pulled up quite a few journal articles that range the gamut in scholarly      conversations about the ebola virus. 

3. Academic Search Premier is a good second database to look for articles. 

4. In Academic Search Premier, make sure to checkmark the "Scholarly (peer reviewed) Journals" box in the search options area of the search landing page to limit your results, as Academic Search Premier also contains popular, non-scholarly sources.

The video below, from the Albert Einstein College of Medicine, shows how the ebola virus infects cells.

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