PubMed


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PubMed

An electronic database maintained by the U.S. National Library of Medicine that includes over 17 million citations in biomedicine, the life sciences, nursing, and allied health.

It is accessible on the web at: www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/entrez/

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com, said: "Depositing Qatar Medical Journal content in PubMed Central will make it more discoverable to researchers, health professionals, and the general public.
PubMed PMID: 23401736; PubMed Central PMCID: PMC3559616.
Having this access available through a PubMed search validates the credibility of the research.
We performed a bibliometric analysis based on PubMed search to document injury literature published on low- and middle- income countries, as one measure of injury research.
However, Google Scholar and the previously identified databases are not as comprehensive and do not have features that allow the user to store collections of citations and save and automatically update searches as PubMed does.
An initial 11,000 published papers, identified through PubMed, SCOPUS, Web of Science, and AGRICOLA, were screened and 3,000 of the most relevant published works were evaluated in detail under the direction of Dr.
This article describes basic and advanced strategies for searching PubMed and the use of specialized features including MyNCBI.
An online search engine will provide medical professionals, researchers and the general public with a more efficient and targeted way to search PubMed for the latest, most relevant medical literature to answer medical queries, according to the site's developers.
MEDLINE: A Guide to Effective Searching in PubMed and Other Interfaces, 2nd edition by Brian S.
MEDLINE: A Guide to Effective Searching in PubMed and Other Interfaces promotes the cultivation of an informed and thoughtful approach to searching in PubMed/MEDLINE and other interfaces to MEDLINE.
I was very surprised that I could only find two research articles in PubMed on these cancer-resistant/spontaneous-regression mice, including the original description of the mice in 2003 and the recently published article.