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Europe PMC: a full-text literature database for the life sciences and platform for innovation.

- Nucleic Acids Res. (2014)

Bottom Line: Formerly known as UKPMC, the service was rebranded in November 2012 as Europe PMC to reflect the scope of the funding agencies that support it.Several new developments have enriched Europe PMC considerably since then.Europe PMC now offers RESTful web services to access both articles and grants, powerful search tools such as citation-count sort order and data citation features, a service to add publications to your ORCID, a variety of export formats, and an External Links service that enables any related resource to be linked from Europe PMC content.

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ORCIDs in Europe PMC. ORCIDs can be used to search for authors unambiguously in Europe PMC, and are apparent in several different ways. Abstract pages: (a) If the ORCID has been matched to a specific author in an article, there is an option to use the ORCID instead of the name to search for a particular author. (b) ORCIDs that have claimed the article are listed below the abstract; the name linked to the ORCID is shown on mouse-over and clicking on the ORCID triggers a search. Search page: (c) If you know an ORCID, search for it using the syntax shown, or select ‘ORCID’ from the Bibliographic Fields menu on the Advanced Search Page. Here the results are shown ranked by citation count.
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Figure 2: ORCIDs in Europe PMC. ORCIDs can be used to search for authors unambiguously in Europe PMC, and are apparent in several different ways. Abstract pages: (a) If the ORCID has been matched to a specific author in an article, there is an option to use the ORCID instead of the name to search for a particular author. (b) ORCIDs that have claimed the article are listed below the abstract; the name linked to the ORCID is shown on mouse-over and clicking on the ORCID triggers a search. Search page: (c) If you know an ORCID, search for it using the syntax shown, or select ‘ORCID’ from the Bibliographic Fields menu on the Advanced Search Page. Here the results are shown ranked by citation count.

Mentions: Europe PMC has integrated ORCIDs into article records and search systems (Figure 2). If someone has claimed an article, the ORCID is displayed below the abstract; clicking on it will elicit a search based on that ORCID. A search by ORCID is also available as an option by clicking on an author name. If you know someone's ORCID, the correct search syntax can be ensured by selecting ‘ORCID’ from the pull-down list of Bibliographic Fields in the Advanced Search page. This is a particularly useful approach for people who have frequently occurring last names, or have changed their name.


Europe PMC: a full-text literature database for the life sciences and platform for innovation.

- Nucleic Acids Res. (2014)

ORCIDs in Europe PMC. ORCIDs can be used to search for authors unambiguously in Europe PMC, and are apparent in several different ways. Abstract pages: (a) If the ORCID has been matched to a specific author in an article, there is an option to use the ORCID instead of the name to search for a particular author. (b) ORCIDs that have claimed the article are listed below the abstract; the name linked to the ORCID is shown on mouse-over and clicking on the ORCID triggers a search. Search page: (c) If you know an ORCID, search for it using the syntax shown, or select ‘ORCID’ from the Bibliographic Fields menu on the Advanced Search Page. Here the results are shown ranked by citation count.
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Figure 2: ORCIDs in Europe PMC. ORCIDs can be used to search for authors unambiguously in Europe PMC, and are apparent in several different ways. Abstract pages: (a) If the ORCID has been matched to a specific author in an article, there is an option to use the ORCID instead of the name to search for a particular author. (b) ORCIDs that have claimed the article are listed below the abstract; the name linked to the ORCID is shown on mouse-over and clicking on the ORCID triggers a search. Search page: (c) If you know an ORCID, search for it using the syntax shown, or select ‘ORCID’ from the Bibliographic Fields menu on the Advanced Search Page. Here the results are shown ranked by citation count.
Mentions: Europe PMC has integrated ORCIDs into article records and search systems (Figure 2). If someone has claimed an article, the ORCID is displayed below the abstract; clicking on it will elicit a search based on that ORCID. A search by ORCID is also available as an option by clicking on an author name. If you know someone's ORCID, the correct search syntax can be ensured by selecting ‘ORCID’ from the pull-down list of Bibliographic Fields in the Advanced Search page. This is a particularly useful approach for people who have frequently occurring last names, or have changed their name.

Bottom Line: Formerly known as UKPMC, the service was rebranded in November 2012 as Europe PMC to reflect the scope of the funding agencies that support it.Several new developments have enriched Europe PMC considerably since then.Europe PMC now offers RESTful web services to access both articles and grants, powerful search tools such as citation-count sort order and data citation features, a service to add publications to your ORCID, a variety of export formats, and an External Links service that enables any related resource to be linked from Europe PMC content.

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