Use Get It for Me to request articles, book chapters, etc., from the MSL collection. If you are a TAMU student, faculty or staff member, also use this to request items not owned at MSL.
Using Off Campus Access
Start at the University Libraries website as you would while on campus. Either search the MSL Catalog for the journal or book you need; or click the database you want to use. When you access the TAMU subscription, a prompt for your NetID and password appears.
Resources you can access off campus:
Electronic journals (ejournals)
Electronic books (ebooks)
Some electronic resources don't require off campus logins.
You do not need to log in to the proxy server before you look for your resource.
This URL to PubMed provides links to TAMU online articles and "Get it for me" service. You may also enable this through the settings in Google Scholar on your own computer. AskMSL if you need assistance. PubMed includes PubMed and Medline. PubMed search interface.
Also, known as the "Green Book." Search options include species, ingredients, indications, and dosage form. Includes species, dosage, route of administration, withdrawal time, indications and limitations.