My Bibliography is a tool available within My NCBI, which you can sign up to use through PubMed for free. My Bibliography allows you to save references to your own publications by either exporting from PubMed or entering manually. My Bibliography also syncs with your eRA Commons account, allowing you to see whether your publications comply with the NIH Public Access Policy.
If you do not already have a "MyNCBI" account:
If you already have a "MyNCBI" account:
New Compliance Documentation Requirements
All NIH funded researchers MUST meet the following new requirements:
A question mark indicates that compliance with the NIH Public Access Policy cannot be determined without additional information. Click on the question mark icon or the "Edit Status" link to enter supporting information for the citation.
A red dot indicates that the article is non-compliant. The compliance process can be started by clicking on the red dot or “Citation not in NIHMS or PMC.” NIH funding information (award id) can be added to this citation by clicking “Add or delete award.”
Public Access Compliant:
A yellow dot means that the citation has been submitted to the NIH Manuscript Submission system and is considered in process.
A green dot indicates that the citation is compliant with the NIH Public Access Policy. Note that the PMCID number displays in this status.
Articles that were accepted for publication prior to April 7, 2008 are not covered by the NIH Public Access Policy. These citations will be marked as N/A for Not Applicable (this status is also automatically applied to citation types that are not journal articles, e.g., book chapters, patents, presentations).