JoVE is short for the Journal of Visualized Experiments. One of the strengths of JoVE is the video content illustrating the procedures and protocols that supplement each of the text-based articles. The journal has multiple sections including biochemistry, developmental biology, genetics, medicine, and more. Aside from the research journal which publishes new protocols, JoVE has an education arm with basic procedures and techniques. UT Austin subscribes to the sections listed in the column at right.
The research arm does have some content that is open access based on a payment model from the authors. Some videos and articles that are not designated as open access become so through a past agreement with PubMed Central. If you have identified a video you would like to support your work and we do not have subscription access, check PubMed to see if it is available openly via PubMed Central. This content is not available to view freely on the JoVE website. Please contact your librarian for more information.
First, navigate to PubMed and search "journal of visualized experiments," or the journal abbreviation, j vis exp[jour]. Other search terms can be added to narrow the search. Many of the articles published before 2018 are listed with the Free PMC Article label. This means the content is available from PubMed Central.
Click on the article title to view it and on the PMC Free Full text button on the right side of the screen.
The article will be available from PubMed Central with the video content. Both are downloadable from PubMed Central. Please note, the same article at the Journal of Visualized Experiments website may be behind a paywall. To browse what content is available from PMC, use the journal link: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/journals/637/
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