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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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The BioEntities tab in Europe PMC. The BioEntities tab contains rich information on key concepts mined from the article as well as links to and from related data resources. In this example, several Uniprot records cite this article, and we have also found one data citation, to a dataset in the Dryad database (http://datadryad.org). In the case of chemical entities mined from text, we have used a BioJS module (http://www.ebi.ac.uk/Tools/biojs/registry/) to display the chemical structure of the entity (13). The same applies to mined PDB citations (not shown). In other cases, links to the database in question, or to invoke a search of Europe PMC for that concept, are provided. This figure has been modified and abbreviated from the actual screenshot to show the breadth of coverage in this example article.
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Figure 3: The BioEntities tab in Europe PMC. The BioEntities tab contains rich information on key concepts mined from the article as well as links to and from related data resources. In this example, several Uniprot records cite this article, and we have also found one data citation, to a dataset in the Dryad database (http://datadryad.org). In the case of chemical entities mined from text, we have used a BioJS module (http://www.ebi.ac.uk/Tools/biojs/registry/) to display the chemical structure of the entity (13). The same applies to mined PDB citations (not shown). In other cases, links to the database in question, or to invoke a search of Europe PMC for that concept, are provided. This figure has been modified and abbreviated from the actual screenshot to show the breadth of coverage in this example article.

Mentions: All the data-literature citations and crosslinks can be explored through the BioEntities and External Links tabs on abstract and article pages (Figure 3), ‘Data Links and Citations’ and ‘External Links’ menus on the Advanced Search page, and through the Europe PMC APIs.


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

- Nucleic Acids Res. (2014)

The BioEntities tab in Europe PMC. The BioEntities tab contains rich information on key concepts mined from the article as well as links to and from related data resources. In this example, several Uniprot records cite this article, and we have also found one data citation, to a dataset in the Dryad database (http://datadryad.org). In the case of chemical entities mined from text, we have used a BioJS module (http://www.ebi.ac.uk/Tools/biojs/registry/) to display the chemical structure of the entity (13). The same applies to mined PDB citations (not shown). In other cases, links to the database in question, or to invoke a search of Europe PMC for that concept, are provided. This figure has been modified and abbreviated from the actual screenshot to show the breadth of coverage in this example article.
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Related In: Results  -  Collection

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getmorefigures.php?uid=PMC4383902&req=5

Figure 3: The BioEntities tab in Europe PMC. The BioEntities tab contains rich information on key concepts mined from the article as well as links to and from related data resources. In this example, several Uniprot records cite this article, and we have also found one data citation, to a dataset in the Dryad database (http://datadryad.org). In the case of chemical entities mined from text, we have used a BioJS module (http://www.ebi.ac.uk/Tools/biojs/registry/) to display the chemical structure of the entity (13). The same applies to mined PDB citations (not shown). In other cases, links to the database in question, or to invoke a search of Europe PMC for that concept, are provided. This figure has been modified and abbreviated from the actual screenshot to show the breadth of coverage in this example article.
Mentions: All the data-literature citations and crosslinks can be explored through the BioEntities and External Links tabs on abstract and article pages (Figure 3), ‘Data Links and Citations’ and ‘External Links’ menus on the Advanced Search page, and through the Europe PMC APIs.

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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