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Produced by Elsevier Science BV, The Netherlands, Embase has extensive coverage of pharmacological as well as biomedical research.
Embase.com allows online searching of the Emabase database along with selected MEDLINE records.
ISI Web of Science - now Thomson Scientific
These two databases are now part of Thomson Scientific providing access to current and retrospective bibliographic information, author abstracts, and cited references from the world's leading scholarly science, social science, and technical journals worldwide.
AMED (Allied and Complementary Medicine Database)
Produced by the British Library Health Care Info. Service, this database contains primarily European references, much of which is not found in MEDLINE or EMBASE.
Complementary and Alternative Medicine and Pain Database compiled from relectronic and hand searches of scientific literature sources world-wide, maintained by the
University of Maryland, Center for Integrative Medicine.
Bibliographic database from UK, covers agriculture, forestry, aspects of human health, nutrition, andmanagement and conservation of natural resources.
Cumulative Index to Nursing and Allied Health covers primarily nursing journals and includes CAM citations.
Relational database, from University of Illinois, of worldwide literature on natural products: ethnomedical, pharmacological/biochemical, clinical studies. Similar information is available for secondary metabolites.
Psychological abstracts from 1800s to present includes mind- body and other CAM information
African Health Anthology
A bibliographic reference resource that incorporatesseveral Indigenous African medicine Databases
American Indian Ethnobotany Database
Dr. Moerman's database of Foods, Drugs, Dyes and Fibers of Native American Peoples, derived from plants is based at the University of Michigan
Comprehensive bibliographic database with English citations and abstracts, covering Japanese literature on science, technology, and medicine from 1985
TCM Database System
A series of databases of traditional Chinese medicine, set up by the Institute of Information on Traditional Chinese Medicine, China Academy of Traditional Chinese Medicine, comprises 10 Chinese databases and 2 English, including TCMLARS (Traditional Chinese Medlical Literature Analysis and Retrieval System) and TCDBASE (Traditional Chinese Drug Database). Uses a
common search strategy.
Built by the Natural Product Research Institute at Seoul National University, Korea, from Chinese and Korean medical classics,TradiMed represents a combination of traditional medicine knowledge and modern scienceMedicine, Seoul.
An acupuncture and TCM practice management tool anda modifiable reference library.
This database contains over 25,000 articles and book references on homeopathy, compiled by the Glasgow Homoeopathic Hospital, UK, library service, Hom-Inform, is an individualised search, query and document supply service available to all.
The database, updated monthly, mainly covers chiropractic literature, but includes citations on osteopathy homeopathy, and manual medicine. Records are fromover 1,000 journals from 1900 to present.
Qi Gong Database
2050 citations from varied sources on clinical and experimental research on Qigong.
AIDSinfo is a central resource for federally and privately funded clinical trials for AIDS patients and
others infected with HIV.


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. This project needs financial support. Previously department of science & technology (NSTMIS division) had            supported  the creation of this initial database.

. We are looking forward for contribution and collaburation to expand these database.

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