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New PubMed site launched

The PubMed homepage has been streamlined, requiring less effort to find resources. The new homepage includes an NCBI Header, Search Bar, and Footer that are common to all PubMed pages.

The NCBI Header includes an NCBI Resources pull-down menu categorized by topic, a How To menu, and the Sign In for My NCBI.

The Search Bar retains the database selection menu, and includes a link to Advanced search and Help. Additional Search bar selections, RSS and Save search, display after running a PubMed search.  The Go button is now the Search button. Access to the popular tools and resources previously found on the PubMed homepage sidebar may be found under PubMed Tools (e.g., the Single Citation Matcher and Clinical Queries) and More Resources (e.g., New and Noteworthy and the PubMed Tutorials).

The Footer includes links to many NCBI resources.

The Limits, Preview/Index, History and Details tabs' features have been consolidated in Advanced search.

For more information, go to  &

If you have any questions about using the new PubMed page, you can call 503-494-3462 or send an email to to get assistance from a Reference Librarian.

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