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Expedited Article Request Form

  • Expedited article delivery is available only for UC Berkeley faculty, staff, and graduate students.
  • The service is available only for journal articles not already available at UC Berkeley in print or online.
  • Please use this service for urgent requests only (an upcoming publishing deadline, etc.).
  • For less urgent requests, please see Borrowing from Other Libraries or Interlibrary Loan.
  • Requested documents will be sent to you within 1 - 3 days on average.
  • Contact the Bioscience Library Reference Desk for more information.

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Please note: fields marked with an asterisk are required.


*Name:
*Student ID/Library ID:
*E-mail:
Phone:
*Department:
Molecular & Cell Biology
Integrative Biology
Plant & Microbial Biology
Nutritional Sciences and Toxicology
Agricultural & Resource Engineering
Environmental Science, Policy and Management
*Status:
Faculty
Graduate Student
Research Staff
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*Author(s):


Article or Paper Title:


*Journal Title:

*Reason for Request:

*Volume & Issue:
*Date of Publication:
*Pages:
Expedited article and paper requests require 1-3 business days on average; Interlibrary Borrowing Services require 2 weeks on average.


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