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 March 7, 2005 [posted]
 
 
 Links from Commercial Search Engines to PubMed® Citations
 
 

drop cap letter for c ommercial search engines such as Yahoo®, MSN, and Google may provide links to PubMed citations in their search results (see Figure 1).

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If you link to a PubMed citation from a search engine, you will see your search terms entered in the PubMed query box and a notation indicating what that search would retrieve in PubMed along with a link to the retrieval (see Figure 2).

  figure 2: graphic

By Annette M. Nahin
MEDLARS Management Section

black line separting article from citation

Nahin AM. Links from Commercial Search Engines to PubMed Citations. NLM Tech Bull. 2005 Mar-Apr;(343):e3.

 


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