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Vishvkarma R. The Dedicated Databases for COVID-19 Research. GMJ Medicine. 2020; 4 (1) :256-257
URL: http://gmjpress.de/article-1-75-en.html
Division of Endocrinology, Central Drug Research Institute, Lucknow, India
Abstract:   (1168 Views)
The novel coronavirus COVID-19 is highly contagious, in just a few months the number of confirmed novel coronavirus cases has reached close to 1.5 million and almost 82 thousand have died as of 8th March 2020. Researchers around the world are immensely looking for the cure for recent COVID-19. The literature search is the initial step for the coronavirus research, which is conducted to find out the already published data. This is a critical part of academic research that helps to construct the exploration with an eye on gaps that are also likely to be considered further. The quest for the literature can be exhaustive and time-consuming. Seeking the spread of highly contagious novel coronavirus pandemic, it is a high need to discover any short of ailments for this deadly disease. The accessible published information is colossal; consequently, picking the appropriate articles relevant to your investigation can be useful in saving time. Different databases are accessible for performing literature search, yet picking the committed databases for any research can give you exceptional authentic search items. Recently, the National Institute of Health (NIH) and World Health Organization (WHO) has established a database dedicated to the COVID-19 research, known as LitCovid and WHO databases. The primary aim of launching this database is to provide the researchers with reliable and timeline-based knowledge so that they can locate the exact and annotated work for COVID-19 management and treatment. You will save time by checking repositories in such a clear, organized way.
     
Type of Study: Commentary | Subject: Infectious Diseases
Received: 2020/03/20 | Accepted: 2020/04/25 | Published: 2020/04/28

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