When you link to PubMed from our website, you automatically default to this page.
If you know the title of the article or PMID, (a unique identified the creators of PubMed assign to every article they enter into the database), you can paste one or the other into the search bar. PubMed is usually good about finding it and displaying it as a first result. Of course, this only works if your article was published in one of the thousands of journals indexed by PubMed. Below is an example of a known-item search:
In the search bar, you can perform a basic (keyword or phrase) search. Below is an example of a keyword search:
Try not to use quotation marks the first time you search because doing so will turn off a function called automatic term mapping (ATM). Automatic term mapping is the process of PubMed taking your keyword and adding synonyms you had not thought of yourself to enhance your search.