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The premier journal citation database for the biomedical sciences

​To save your references, you can create a personal MyNCBI account and save citations in PubMed.  Or you try EndNote. EndNote is a handy place to save all your research from PubMed and other sources.  The two videos below show you how to easily export your citations from PubMed into Endnote. To learn more about Endnote, please the library guide.

*NEW* PubMed and Endnote - How to Import References

11/22/19 Update

A new PubMed is available!  But whether in the new release OR in the labs site, the Capture References feature does not work perfectly yet.  While you still can't capture your entire reference list from the Clipboard, you can collect one reference at a time once at the abstract view of the citation.  This is an improvement, but not helpful unless you really only have one or two citations.  Watch the video to learn about the workaround until the new PubMed and EndNote become more compatible.

How to Add Citations to the Current/Legacy PubMed

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