Ask yourself three questions:
Brainstorm keywords to use in your search. Pick words that represent each key aspect of your topic. This can be challenging. The same idea can be expressed in many ways. To ensure the best results when searching, brainstorm several keywords whenever possible.
Let's say you were interested in finding research articles on immunohistochemistry and glioblastoma. What are some keywords you could use?
Related keywords/synonyms for each concept:
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