Human Molecular Genetics - Impact Factor

Impact Factor

The impact factor for 2006 was 8.099, for 2007 it was 7.806, for 2008 it was 7.249. The current impact factor for 2009 is 7.386.

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Sohrab Rohani - Recent Publications
... (DOI) 10.1208/s12249-013-9980-y, accepted May 2013 (impact factor 1.43) ... Mediated Polymorphic Transformation of L-glutamic Acid, I ECR, 52(7), 2633-2641(2013) (impact factor 2.01) ... (impact factor=3.248) ...
Antonio Brú - Controversy
... patient was reported in a magazine with no impact factor such factor, according to the SEOM, is keys to measure the scientific quality of an article ... the objective quality of an article by means of the impact factor of a journal ... Publishing results on scientific journals, especially those with a high impact factor, without internal endorsement Broadcasting experiments or results in a meeting without experimental results ...
Academic Publishing In The People's Republic Of China - Journals
... The impact factor of Chinese scientific journals is relatively low ... In 1999, the top-cited journal—Mining and Geologica Sinica—had an impact factor of 1.487, and the average number of citations per article published in the Chinese journals covered by Science ... One reason for the low impact factor is that Chinese scientists tend to use relatively few references in their publications (average, 6.6 references per article) ...
The International Journal Of Advanced Manufacturing Technology - Impact Factor
... The journal has an impact factor of 1.068 (2010) and is listed in the Automation and Control Systems and Manufacturing Engineering subject areas ...
Impact Factor - Other Measures of Impact - Article Level Metrics and Altmetrics
... for highly cited articles, leading the author to propose the "twimpact factor", which is defined as the number of tweets within the first 7 days of publication, as well as the twindex, which is the rank ...

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