Electronic Journal of Biology : Citations & Metrics Report

Articles published in Electronic Journal of Biology have been cited by esteemed scholars and scientists all around the world. Electronic Journal of Biology has got h-index 29, which means every article in Electronic Journal of Biology has got 29 average citations.

Following are the list of articles that have cited the articles published in Electronic Journal of Biology.

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Year wise published articles

40 61 62 24 14

Year wise citations received

15 61 62 24 14
Journal total citations count 4232
Journal impact factor 7.46
Journal 5 years impact factor 12.45
Journal cite score 11.46
Journal h-index 29
Journal h-index since 2017 25
Journal Impact Factor 2020 formula
IF= Citations(y)/{Publications(y-1)+ Publications(y-2)} Y= Year
Journal 5-year Impact Factor 2020 formula
Citations(2016 + 2017 + 2018 + 2019 + 2020)/
{Published articles(2016 + 2017 + 2018 + 2019 + 2020)}
Journal citescore
Citescorey = Citationsy + Citationsy-1 + Citationsy-2 + Citations y-3 / Published articlesy + Published articlesy-1 + Published articlesy-2 + Published articles y-3
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Bello B, Wudil A M, Atiku M K (2010) Prevention of Oxidative Stress Caused by Anti-tubercular Drugs Using Aqueous Extracts of Daucus carota and Moringa oleifera. International Journal of Scientific and Research Publications 427.

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Mishra N (2010) Emerging trends, confront and scenario in healthcare and antiviral development for infectious diseases.

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Arora N, Banerjee A K (2010) Emerging Trends, Challenges and Prospects in Healthcare in India. Elect J Biolo 6: 24-25.

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Vela E M, Kasoji M D, Wendling M Q, Price J A, Knostman K A, et al. (2014) MicroRNA expression in mice infected with seasonal H1N1, swine H1N1 or highly pathogenic H5N1. Journal of medical microbiology 63: 1131-1142.

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El Sayed H, Rizvi N S, Boraei A T, Azim M K, Ahmed W, et al. (2014) Aspartic protease inhibitory and nematocidal activity of phenyl-4-(2-phenylhydrazono) hexahydrofuro [3, 2-c] pyridazin-7-ol (Percival dianhydroosazone). Mediterranean Journal of Chemistry 3: 838-846.

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Agarwal S, Jangir D K, Mehrotra R (2013) Spectroscopic studies of the effects of anticancer drug mitoxantrone interaction with calf-thymus DNA. Journal of Photochemistry and Photobiology of Biology 120: 177-182.

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Ghosh D, Saha C, Hossain M, Dey S K, Kumar G S (2013) Biophysical studies of mutated K562 DNA (erythroleukemic cells) binding to adriamycin and daunomycin reveal that mutations induce structural changes influencing binding behavior. Journal of Biomolecular Structure and Dynamic 31: 331-341.

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Guin P S, Das P, Das S, Mandal P C (2011) Interaction of calf thymus DNA with the Ni (II) complex of sodium 1, 4-dihydroxy-9, 10-anthraquinone-2-sulphonate: a novel method of analysis using cyclic voltammetry. International Journal of Electrochemistry.

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Shaabana S, Negm A, Ibrahim E E, Elrazak A A (2014) Hepatocellular carcinoma chemotherapeutic agents: efficacy and mode of action. Onc Rev 8: 25-35.

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Shaaban S, Negm A, Ibrahim E E, Elrazak A A (2014) Chemotherapeutic agents for the treatment of hepatocellular carcinoma: efficacy and mode of action. Oncology reviews 8.

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Ilyinsky NS(2010) GETEROARENANTRATSENDIONOV INTERACTION WITH G-quadruplex DNA antitumor target.

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Lim T K (2012)Edible medicinal and non-medicinal plants. Springer 1: 656-687.

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Joseph B, Jini D (2013) Antidiabetic effects of Momordica charantia (bitter melon) and its medicinal potency. Asian Pacific Journal of Tropical Disease 3: 93-102.

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Misbah H, Aziz A A, Aminudin N (2013) Antidiabetic and antioxidant properties of Ficus deltoidea fruit extracts and fractions. BMC complementary and alternative medicine 13: 118.

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Kolawole O T, Abiona F E, Kolawole S O, Ayankunl A A, Olaniran I (2011) Effect of Momordica charantia fruit extract on normal and alloxan-diabetic rats. Internatl J Pharmacol 7: 532-535.

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Ezuruike U F, Prieto J M (2014) The use of plants in the traditional management of diabetes in Nigeria: Pharmacological and toxicological considerations. Journal of ethnopharmacology 155: 857-924.

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Mohammady I, Elattar S, Mohammed ,S Ewais M (2012) An evaluation of anti-diabetic and anti-lipidemic properties of Momordica charantia (Bitter Melon) fruit extract in experimentally induced diabetes. Life Sci J 9: 363-374.

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Lim T K (2012) Momordica charantia. In Edible medicinal and non-medicinal plants. Springer Netherlands 331-368.

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Daniel P, Supe U, Roymon M G (2014) A review on phytochemical analysis of Momordica charantia. Int. J. Adv. Pharm. Biol. Chem 3: 214-220.

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Devi C A (2012) Docking study on Mycobacterium tuberculosis receptors AccD5 and PKS18 with selected phytochemicals. Prevention and treatment 5: 468-475.

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