When reviewing search results, click the box next to the PubMed citations.
Click the Send to link on the top right (under the search tool bar) to see destination options. Send to options default to the entire results set when no boxes are checked.
Send to Clipboard
The Clipboard provides temporary storage for selected items. It allows you to save citations from various searches so that you can move them to more permanent storage in one step.
Once you have added items to the Clipboard, a link to the items is posted just below the the search box on the right side of the results screen. Items placed on the clipboard have a red "Item in clipboard" notice at the bottom of the abstract.
At the end of your search, click on the Clipboard: # items link to go to the Clipboard page. Use the Send to options on the Clipboard page to move your selections to a permanent place.
Send to Collections
PubMed provides access to a permanent storage space called My NCBI. From the Send to menu click Collections. You will be taken to a My NCBI sign in page. Click on the See more 3rd party sign in options link and find University of Texas Health Science Center At San Antonio from the menu. You will be able to log in using your university domain username/password or by creating a new account.
After logging in to My NCBI, you can create a new collection or add to an existing.
To retrieve your collection when you start your next PubMed session, click on the SIgn In to NCBI link at the very top of the right hand side of the screen. After sign in, click on your user name next to the My NCBI link to access your collection.on*
Send to Email
The Send to Email option sends the article record/citation information. It does not send links to the full-text of the article.
The Send to Email option has a number of default settings. Be sure to review the settings to make sure you receive the content you want.
Send to Citation Manager
The Send to Citation Manager formats a file to download for import into bibliographic reference programs such as RefWorks or EndNote. Detailed help for importing citations can be found in the following guides: