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PubMed New and Noteworthy
Brief announcements highlighting recent enhancements and changes to the PubMed and MeSH databases.

PubMed New and Noteworthy
  • Journal Filter Category Renamed

    The JOURNAL filter category has been renamed to OTHER. This filter category contains the MEDLINE filter and a new “Exclude preprints” filter. You can add these filters to your filter sidebar using the “Additional filters” button.



  • MESH Update

    ​PubMed MEDLINE indexed citations and the MeSH database have been updated with 2023 MeSH vocabulary.



  • Proximity Searching

    ​Proximity searching is now available in PubMed. You can use proximity searching to search for multiple terms appearing in any order within a specified distance of one another in the [Title] or [Title/Abstract] fields.



  • Favorites Button Updated to Collections Button

    ​The Collections button has the same functionality as Send to: Collections. Send to: Collections will continue to be available in PubMed with no changes. The change from a Favorites button to Collections button was made to provide the same functionality and user experience in both PubMed and PMC. It will also be added to article pages in PMC soon. Users can still add an item to their Favorites using the Collections button, as "Favorites" is the default selection when using the Collections button-- just hit Enter or click "Add" and the citation will be added to Favorites.



  • Updated PubMed E-utilities

    ​PubMed will be moving to an updated version of the E-utilities  API on November 15, 2022. As previously announced, this updated version of E-utilities will use the same technology as the web version of PubMed released in 2020. So, search results returned by the updated ESearch E-utility  will now match those of the PubMed.gov website.  ​



  • Journals Search Improvement

    ​The PubMed journals translation table has been updated to include journal names without initial articles such as: the, le, la, a, an, etc. This means that such journal titles can now be searched with or without initial articles and they will map to the appropriate journal.​



  • MEDLINE 2022 Initiative: Transition to Automated Indexing

    ​As part of the efforts of the National Library of Medicine (NLM) to transform and accelerate biomedical discovery and improve health and health care, we are transitioning to automated MeSH indexing of MEDLINE citations in PubMed. Automated indexing will provide users with timely access to MeSH indexed metadata and allow NLM to scale MeSH indexing for MEDLINE to the volume of published biomedical literature. Human indexers have been and will continue to be involved in the refinement of automated indexing algorithms and will play a significant role in the quality assurance approaches for automated indexing.​



  • MeSH Updated

    ​PubMed MEDLINE indexed citations and the MeSH database have been updated with 2022 MeSH vocabulary.



  • PubMed Update: Navigation Interface Improvements

    The PubMed search results interface has been updated to support user-friendly, flexible navigation. Based on user feedback, page navigation is now available at the top and bottom of search results, including one-click navigation for first, previous, next, and last pages.



  • Updates on PubMed and NLM Catalog Filters and Subsets

    ​In April, NLM announced selected queries will no longer be updated. As these queries are no longer updated, the associated filters were removed from PubMed. In early December, the associated filters and subsets will be removed from the PubMed and NLM Catalog indexes during NLM’s activities. After the Year-End-Processing update, these filters and subsets will no longer work when searched in PubMed or NLM Catalog as part of a query, such as: aids[sb], or jsubsetn.



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