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Always access PubMed through the LSU SVM Library's homepage or favorite thePubMed link address from the LSU SVM Library's homepage. If you begin a PubMed search and the LSU SVM Library logo is not appearing in the citation pages, go back to the SVM Library's homepage and reopen the PubMed link.
What is PubMed? What does it search?
PubMed is a free database developed by the National Center for Biotechnology Information (NCBI) that provides access to citations for biomedical literature from the National Library of Medicine's MEDLINE database, life sciences journals, and select online biomedical books from NCBI Bookshelf.
What's different from legacy PubMed?
The new PubMed interface changes include:
Improved mobile search experience
“Best match” as default sort order
Automatic Term Mapping improvements, including additional British/American spellings, singular/plural word forms, and other synonyms to provide more consistent and comprehensive search retrieval
Option to save to CSV file format
Option to share references via social media or a permalink
Getting started with PubMed
To utilize the save functions in PubMed, register for an NCBI account through NCBI or use a third party sign in option (e.g. Google account or NIH Login).