The August 14 webinar session is full. Several features have been recently added or updated in the new PubMed: Summary display includes the full author list and other citation details This video guides you through the wizard, from uploading your genome data file to completion of the submitter report, which is ready to submit to GenBank using tools such as Submission Portal or BankIt. Also, the new, responsive PubMed will replace the legacy desktop site for PubMed in late spring 2020. 433. This PubMed exercise set (docx) will help get you started using PubMed's search features, including filters, field tags, MeSH, and more.

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User feedback is invaluable: it has played an enormous role in updates over the 24 years PubMed has been in existence, and it continues to do so. Get the latest research information from NIH: https://www.nih.gov/coronavirus. But if you want to search this interface please go to: https://pmlegacy.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/, The premier journal article citation database for the biomedical sciences. A similar range of consumer health information to that in PubMed Health is available from NLM’s MedlinePlus, while the systematic reviews and CER in PubMed Health are searchable through PubMed, which links to the full text (when available) in Bookshelf, journals, and/or PubMed Central. The National Library of Medicine (NLM) will run the legacy system in parallel for a short period of time after the new PubMed becomes the default. Alternate options for searching Medline: LibKey Nomad is a browser extension for Google Chrome that provides instant links to full text content for articles as you do research on the web. Results of searches on this page are limited to specific clinical research areas. To read an article, click on the PMID number listed below. Using your Google Chrome browser, visit www.LibKeyNomad.com NLM will continue adding features and improving the user experience, ensuring that PubMed remains a trusted and accessible source of biomedical literature today and in the future. 2), you can access the full functionality of the database. After a short time, the legacy PubMed site will be retired. You now have the full PubMed experience on any size screen, including the ability to save and email citations, use the Clipboard, and send citations to My NCBI Collections on your mobile device. We understand that not everyone had a chance to put the new PubMed through its paces, and we’re grateful to those of you who provided feedback along the way, whether it was by sending questions or comments using the feedback button, by discussing with us how you accomplish your work with PubMed, or by filling out a survey. Use the default filters or customize the filter menu to meet your needs. The action menu (Figure 1) now contains Collections and My Bibliography, allowing you to manage and share groups of citations. NLM will continue adding features and improving the user experience, ensuring that PubMed remains a trusted and accessible source of biomedical literature today and in the future. Just as we’ve done for the past 24 years, we’ll continue to add features and data to stay current as technology, publishing standards, and our users’ needs evolve.