PubMed* is an extremely useful resource which allows researchers and clinicians to access biomedical databases. The use of PubMed has been discussed elsewhere on this site (see Appendix). Setting up a MyNCBI account allows you to access more features. By accessing the filters site at MyNCBI, the reader is able to get to the filters page (see screenshot). This is a useful feature that lets you set the default for future searches. Returning only research in humans for instance can be useful depending on the nature of the questions being asked.
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