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PubMed Unique Identifier [pmid]

To search by the PubMed Unique Identifier (PMID):

  • Use the [pmid] tag if you wish.
  • Examples:

    9382368[pmid]
    9382368

To search for several unique identifiers, enter each number in the query box separated by a space. Do not add the [pmid] tag or the Boolean operator as PubMed takes care of this for you.

  • Example: 7998669 9340531

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Affiliation [AD]

The institutional affiliation (address) of the authors are submitted by the publisher. Before 2014, only the first author's affiliation was included.

  • Use [ad] to qualify affiliation or address of the author.
  • Examples:
    cleveland[ad] AND clinic[ad]
    national[ad] AND eye[ad] AND institute[ad]
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