Archives of Clinical Microbiology (ISSN: 1989-8436) is a peer reviewed international journal, with internationally recognized scientists on the editorial board. With rapid publication of articles in all fields and areas of microbiology and infectious diseases. Archives of Clinical Microbiology has entered in its eighth year and it has been included in the National Library of Medicine (NLM) Catalog (an initial step to be indexed in PubMed). In addition it is indexed in Index Copernicus (ICV: 88.97), DeepDyve, Open J Gate, Google Scholar, Open Archives Harvester, HINARI, JournalSeek, Scimago (scimago score 3), EBSCO A-Z and SJR.
Popularity of the Archives of Clinical Microbiology can be ascertained by the reader’s interest, curiosity and support, which is estimated from the response we have been receiving from diverse geographical regions all across the world. This is further ratified by the Google Analytics metrics that analyses and releases our reader’s profile from time to time and the total number of page views are 408,832.
A statistical representation of global users for Archives of Clinical Microbiology (Source: Google Analytics)
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