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  • Thread Starter venjef

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    <!-- load from cache<br> --><ul><li>Blanco, FF, Jimbo, M, Wulfkuhle, J, Gallagher, I, Deng, J, Enyenihi, L, Meisner-Kober, N, Londin, E, Rigoutsos, I, Sawicki, JA, Risbud, MV, Witkiewicz, AK, McCue, PA, Jiang, W, Rui, H, Yeo, CJ, Petricoin, E, Winter, JM, Brody, JR. The mRNA-binding protein HuR promotes hypoxia-induced chemoresistance through posttranscriptional regulation of the proto-oncogene PIM1 in pancreatic cancer cells. Oncogene. 2016;35 (19):2529-41. doi: <a href='http://dx.doi.org/10.1038/onc.2015.325'>10.1038/onc.2015.325</a>. PubMed <a href='http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/26387536'>PMID:26387536</a> .</ul><a href='http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed?term=26387536'>Search PubMed</a>
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    <!-- load from cache<br> --><ul><li>Stephens, M, Kim, DI, Shepherd, B, Gustafson, S, Thomas, P. Intense Uptake in Amyloidosis of the Seminal Vesicles on 68Ga-PSMA PET Mimicking Locally Advanced Prostate Cancer. Clin Nucl Med. 2017;42 (2):147-148. doi: <a href='http://dx.doi.org/10.1097/RLU.0000000000001460'>10.1097/RLU.0000000000001460</a>. PubMed <a href='http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/27879490'>PMID:27879490</a> .</ul><a href='http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed?term=27879490'>Search PubMed</a>
    Thread Starter venjef

    (@venjef)

    Interestingly, if I change only one of the pubmeds on the shortcodes, update the page and refresh, I see the new result too.

    So, if I’m looking at https://cm.jefferson.edu/publications-2018-2017/ and I have the code from my previous comment, I see only the first publication.

    If I change the last one to:

    [pmid-refs key=26387536 wrap=ul]

    [pmid-refs key=27153631 wrap=ul]

    [pmid-refs key=27590350 wrap=ul]

    [pmid-refs key=27879490 wrap=ul]

    I see the first and the last one. From the page source:

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    • Blanco, FF, Jimbo, M, Wulfkuhle, J, Gallagher, I, Deng, J, Enyenihi, L, Meisner-Kober, N, Londin, E, Rigoutsos, I, Sawicki, JA, Risbud, MV, Witkiewicz, AK, McCue, PA, Jiang, W, Rui, H, Yeo, CJ, Petricoin, E, Winter, JM, Brody, JR. The mRNA-binding protein HuR promotes hypoxia-induced chemoresistance through posttranscriptional regulation of the proto-oncogene PIM1 in pancreatic cancer cells. Oncogene. 2016;35 (19):2529-41. doi: 10.1038/onc.2015.325. PubMed PMID:26387536 .

    Search PubMed
    <!– load from cache<br> –>

    Search PubMed
    <!– load from cache<br> –>

    Search PubMed
    <!– load from cache<br> –>

    • Stephens, M, Kim, DI, Shepherd, B, Gustafson, S, Thomas, P. Intense Uptake in Amyloidosis of the Seminal Vesicles on 68Ga-PSMA PET Mimicking Locally Advanced Prostate Cancer. Clin Nucl Med. 2017;42 (2):147-148. doi: 10.1097/RLU.0000000000001460. PubMed PMID:27879490 .

    Search PubMed

    Note that I’ve never tried the last pubmed id before. It’s a random one, not from my group.

    Thread Starter venjef

    (@venjef)

    Thank you very much for your reply.

    I checked some code without quotes and that doesn’t seem to work either:

    [pmid-refs key=26387536 wrap=ul]</p>

    [pmid-refs key=27153631 wrap=ul]</p>

    [pmid-refs key=27590350 wrap=ul]</p>

    [pmid-refs key=27630665 wrap=ul]</p>

    That returns only the first publication (tried a couple of pubmeds).

    Thread Starter venjef

    (@venjef)

    Thank you so much!

    Note, please check the page https://cm.jefferson.edu/publications-2018-2017/ if you need to look at our website. I, temporarily, removed the shortcodes from the page I linked to earlier.

    Thread Starter venjef

    (@venjef)

    I’m looking at the page source code and I see that there are comments like this:

    <!– updating from pubmed last update:1970-01-01 00:00:00 –>

    Which does look wrong.

    Thread Starter venjef

    (@venjef)

    Update, it’s not true that the first query is always displayed. Also queries that were displayed at one point are displayed when I change a different query.

    Thread Starter venjef

    (@venjef)

    Oops, sorry, I missed the past 20 update!
    Thank you for considering the layout options!

    Thread Starter venjef

    (@venjef)

    Again thanks for the quick reply and for considering this!

    I think creating a new query before contacting pubmed (as you do) makes much more sense cause it makes sorting of the papers easier so, maybe after printing the pubmed results you could go over each query the initial query consists of again and print only the non pubmed papers for each? Would that be possible?

    Anyway, I will be delighted if you add this in a future release. For now, I’m going to mark this as resolved as I just wanted to ask whether you would consider the change and adding the non-pubmeds to the extras in both places does solve the issue 🙂

    Thread Starter venjef

    (@venjef)

    Thank you for the quick reply!
    Yes, basically what I would like to do is to be able to add styling to my ol,ul and li without changing the tag for the entire website.

    Personally, I use your plugin in 2 different ways, I have 1) queries that consist of multiple papers or multiple queries and 2) queries that consist of only one paper. I need a separate style for each so, one classname wouldn’t work perfectly for me but I could certainly use it for only one of the cases. More specifically, for (1) I need numbered lists and for (2) I want an inline list with no bullets/numbers.

    Any solution that would allow different styling options would work for me. For example, [pmid-refs key=smith class=inline-ol] or [pmid-refs key=smith styling=”font-size:12pt;”] or as you suggested 2 different templates defined in the admin pages!

    By the way, note that when I use 2 different shortcodes sequentially I can’t use the ol tag because the numbers don’t get incremented properly. For example:
    [pmid-refs key=smith]
    [pmid-refs key=anderson]

    Will produce 2 consecutive lists that will look like:
    1. smith 1
    2. smith 2
    1. anderson 1

    While I would like something like
    1. smith 1
    2. smith 2
    3. anderson 1

    I can’t really avoid the sequential shortcodes because some of my queries return more than 20 papers (that’s still the limit, right?). To avoid this I use the ul tag. But if you could remove the 20 results limit or add the start attribute on ol that would be great too!

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