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The PubMed interface is not the only way to search the MEDLINE database. There are a number of third-party search engines that search the MEDLINE database, each with its own approach. Try them and see what works best for you.
The Library subscribes to Ovid MEDLINE, which uses a user-friendly interface to search the MEDLINE database. It also provides for Direct Export to EndNote and RefWorks. The Library offers classes in searching Ovid MEDLINE. Individual training sessions are also available.
Pubget allows users to browse journals, search for specific articles, and immediately provides the full text in PDF. The Einstein Library has activated its institutional subscriptions. The PaperPlane toolbar allows users to access PDFs directly from PubMed.
Check the "Use my library subscriptions" box and select "Albert Einstein College of Med" to link to full text.
Quertle relies on a database of about 250 million relationships to find the most relevant search results. Quertle searches PubMed, open access journals, NIH grant applications and other U.S. government sources, and some news articles.
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