Research ResourcesResearch article listings in this section contain hyperlinks, when available, to the various articles’ webpages on PubMed. The PubMed database is from the US National Library of Medicine, National Institutes of Health. From an article’s PubMed page, full text of the article can sometimes be obtained freely online by clicking on the button on the upper right side of the webpage.Medical References-Consensus Statements and WHO CriteriaThis file contains a list of international consensus statements, position papers and World Health Organization (WHO) criteria, developed by mast cell disorder specialists. Article listings in this file contain abstracts and other information, when available, taken from PubMed.DOWNLOAD HERE >Medical References-HighlightsThis file contains a list of selected medical references, arranged by topic. Article listings in this file contain information taken from PubMed.DOWNLOAD HERE >Medical References-Expanded SelectionThis file contains an expanded list of selected medical and scientific references related to mast cell disorders and mast cell biology that might be of interest to patients, their caregivers, physicians or others. Research article listings in this file contain abstracts and other information, when available, taken from PubMed.DOWNLOAD HERE >More Research on Your Own Through PubMed.govNot finding what you’re looking for in these files? You can perform your own PubMed search, either using their BASIC SEARCH SYSTEM, or using terms, author names, dates and various other options through their ADVANCED SEARCH SYSTEM. According to the PubMed site, the database contains over 26 million citations for biomedical articles.