There are currently several options available for downloading PEP-Web search results to be imported into bibliography managers such as Endnote.
To download PEP-Web search results into a spreadsheet in CSV format.
First, run your search so that the article results are showing in the central reading panel:
1. For an individual article or small selection of articles in the search list, select the required articles using the check box next to the article, then click the Download icon (top right corner of the central reading panel) and select “Comma Separated Values (CSV)”. This will prompt you to open or save the selected files within an Excel spreadsheet.
2. To download the entire list of search results presented, scroll down to the very bottom of the list, then click the Download icon (top right corner of the central reading panel) and select “Comma Separated Values (CSV)”. This will prompt you to open or save the selected files within an Excel spreadsheet.
To prepare these tab-delimited results in Excel and import them to Endnote, follow this tutorial: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FFmN2xQ-Bqo
A 20MB file of bibliographic data for the articles that appear in PEP-Web is available to subscribers in REFER format, which can be imported into EndNote and other bibliography managers. The list is refreshed within 30 days after each major release of PEP (e.g., A1v9, A1v10, etc.) To request access to the .refer file containing the full bibliography, please use the “Provide Feedback” form, accessed by clicking on the Help icon “?” on the main PEP-Web toolbar and selecting “Provide Feedback”. You must have a PEP-Web subscription to request the full bibliography.