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Scientometric Study of Experimental and Molecular Medicine Journal


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1 Vidyadhan College Aurangabad, Maharashtra, India
2 S.B.E.S. College of Science, Aurangabad, Maharashtra, India
     

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The study presents the trends in scientometric study journal of Experimental and Molecular Medicine with a sample of 1032 articles during the period 2001-2013. Co-authored highest articles, Findings of the analysis revealed that the majority of the publications are contributed by multiple authors; The average number of citations per paper is almost 31.27; the citations to journals are on Rank First with 24798, highest number of articles is English language found during the study, Stony Brook is highest contributed articles.

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Scientometric Analysis, Scientometric, Bibliometric, Citation Analysis, Experimental and Molecular Medicine, E-Journals.
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Priya Ashok Suradkar
Vidyadhan College Aurangabad, Maharashtra, India
Daya Dalve (Patil)
S.B.E.S. College of Science, Aurangabad, Maharashtra, India

Abstract


The study presents the trends in scientometric study journal of Experimental and Molecular Medicine with a sample of 1032 articles during the period 2001-2013. Co-authored highest articles, Findings of the analysis revealed that the majority of the publications are contributed by multiple authors; The average number of citations per paper is almost 31.27; the citations to journals are on Rank First with 24798, highest number of articles is English language found during the study, Stony Brook is highest contributed articles.

Keywords


Scientometric Analysis, Scientometric, Bibliometric, Citation Analysis, Experimental and Molecular Medicine, E-Journals.

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