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This Embryology wiki uses an extension that allows a full reference and a link to the original PubMed reference to be inserted into a page by using just the PMID number. (More? Help:Reference Tutorial)


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Generating an Automated PubMed Search

The code required to search for "fertilization" publications on PubMed for fertilisation is shown below.

[http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/sites/entrez?db=pubmed&cmd=search&term=fertilization fertilization]


Here is what it looks like on the page. fertilization


The code required to search for the 10 most recent publications on PubMed for fertilisation is shown below.

<pubmed limit=10>Fertilization</pubmed>


Here is what it looks like on the page. Note that with automated searches you do not always get what you expect!

<pubmed limit=10>Fertilization</pubmed>

Search PubMed Central Images

The code required to search for images in PubMed Central is shown below.

[http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/?term=Fertilization&report=imagesdocsum PMC fertilisation images]

Here is what it looks like on the page. Note that just because it is listed in PubMed Central does not mean that you can use the image (read the Help:Copyright Tutorial)

PMC fertilisation images

Using References on your Page/Project

The following help page (Help:Reference Tutorial) shows how to cite research/sources on your page if they are listed on the PubMed (Medicine) database.

The code required to add a PubMed citation is shown below.

<ref name="PMIDXXXXX"><pubmed>XXXXX</pubmed></ref>
  • The citation will appear as a superscript number where there code is pasted.
  • The reference list will appear where the following code is placed on the page.
<references/>

Put a sub-heading called "References" above this code. To make it easy to find.


Just the number proceeded by PMID will also generate a link to the PubMed reference. PMID 17304021

Reference

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