References management software is software for scholars and authors to use for recording and utilizing bibliographic citations (references) as well as managing project references either as a company or an individual.
Many widgets have been developed to utilize PubMed APIs.
Store PMID and sync other fields with PubMed
Display the abstract of a PMID
Display summary of PMIDs
PubMed is a free search engine accessing primarily the MEDLINE database of references and abstracts on life sciences and biomedical topics. The United States National Library of Medicine at the National Institutes of Health maintains the database as part of the Entrez system of information retrieval.
While servicing to document the new scientific data, Labii ELN & LIMS can also help you manage the published papers from PubMed.
PMID is a Column type widget to store PubMed id and sync other fields with PubMed.
PMID have to work with other fields, here are the fields that needed:
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The value of the above fields can be updated directly. To do that, 1) update the value of PMID, 2) click the sync icon next to the PMID.
The title of paper will be updated in the name field, no additional settings needed.
For all other columns, if the column is added in the table settings, the field will be updated, otherwise, it will be ignored.
PubMed Abstract is a section widget to display the abstract of a paper. It will first check whether the abstract is downloaded, if not, the widget will download the save the abstract in the database automatically.
This widget reply on the PMID widget to query the abstract. If the field is missing, an error message will be provided.
Click "Update Abstract" to get a new version of the abstract.
PubMed Citation is a section widget to display summary for multiple PMIDs. It can be inserted into any experiments or protocols, and it does not reply on PMID widget.
To add a list of PMIDs, click the edit icon and paste a list of PMIDs separated by "," or one PMID per line.
Once submitted, the summary will be displayed:
There are more PubMed related widgets we are going to develop. Please contacts [email protected] to provide your suggestions.
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