Select the results you wish the export by checking off the circles next to the article titles.
At the top of the results list, click the Export button. Select the RIS Format button, choose the amount of information to export (All available information recommened), then click the Export button at the bottom of the window.
You should be prompted to download or open a file - opt to open it and your references will be imported into EndNote. If you must download it, do so, then double click the file to have EndNote automatically import the citations.
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