Keep up with biomedical research literature
Version: 6.0.16Sente is a tool created for people who really need to keep up with the biomedical research literature.
License: Free To Try $89.95
Operating System: Mac OS X
Sente (pronounced SEN-tay) is a simple yet powerful tool for searching Pubmed, organizing the search results and staying current as new information is published.
With Sente, you can quickly retrieve and review thousands of references to come up to speed on a new topic, and organize large collections of citations for quick access in your ongoing research.
Keeping up with the published literature has never been a bigger challenge. Hundreds of new papers, in thousands of journals, are being published each and every day. Given this flood of research, how can you stay current with the literature in your field? With Sente.
Stay current with Sente
Imagine having the citation and abstract for every paper in each of your current research areas, organized in an iTunes-like interface for rapid access, and updated automatically every day -- all on your own computer.
Sente can do this for you.
Sente makes it easy to research new areas by providing an intuitive interface for complex searches of a variety of data sources.
Instead of the search results disappearing when you close your web browser, Sente stores the results on your computer for as long as you need them. And, exploring these references is easier than it has ever been before, thanks to Sente's advanced browsing and filtering features.
You really can take it with you
Having the search results on your computer gives you options you have never had before: reviewing the papers at any time, even without an Internet connection; quickly sifting through the collection by keyword, author or journal; or searching for one or more terms and having them immediately highlighted in the text as you flip through each abstract.
If you have access to the full-text of an article as a PDF, just drop it into Sente. Double-clicking on the reference will then automatically open up the article in your favorite viewer.