British Biomedical Bulletin : Citations & Metrics Report

Articles published in British Biomedical Bulletin have been cited by esteemed scholars and scientists all around the world. British Biomedical Bulletin has got h-index 14, which means every article in British Biomedical Bulletin has got 14 average citations.

Following are the list of articles that have cited the articles published in British Biomedical Bulletin.

  2023 2022 2021 2020 2019

Year wise published articles

35 34 36 11 3

Year wise citations received

20 34 20 11 3
Journal total citations count 900
Journal impact factor 3.48
Journal 5 years impact factor 7.03
Journal cite score 6.10
Journal h-index 14
Journal h-index since 2017 11
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Beheshti, Iman, Hasan Demirel, and Chunlan Yang. (2015) "Significance of sex differences on gray matter atrophy in Alzheimer’s disease: A voxel-based morphometry study." British Biomedical Bulletin 3.4 : 522-536.

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Venkatachalam, P., A. Sujima Anbu, and Vani Pujari Radhakrishna. (2015) "Assessment of obese and non-obese impacts on fertility treatments in adolescence women with polycystic ovary syndrome." British Biomedical Bulletin 3.4 : 476-484.

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Gowhar, Owais, et al.(2015) "Natural herbs as alternative to synthetic antifungal drugs-the future challenging therapy." British Biomedical Bulletin 3.4 : 440-452.

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Rajurkar, Vikas G., Ajay L. Aucharmal, and Sopan Dethe. (2015) "Development of Ezogabine Co Crystal Formation: An Efficient Approach to Enhance Aqueous Solubility." British Biomedical Bulletin 3.3 : 350-363.

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Abubacker, Maghdu Nainamohamed, and Kamala Devi Palaniyappan. (2015) "In vitro Antifungal Potentials of Bioactive Compounds Heptadecane, 9-hexyl and Ethyl iso-allocholate isolated from Lepidagathis cristata Willd.(Acanthaceae) leaf." British Biomedical Bulletin 3.3 : 336-343.

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Buroker, Norman E. (2015) "LIPA rSNPs (rs1412444 and rs2246833), Transcriptional Factor Binding Sites and Disease." British Biomedical Bulletin 3.3 : 281-294.

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Buroker, Norman E. (2015) "LIPA rSNPs (rs1412444 and rs2246833), Transcriptional Factor Binding Sites and Disease." British Biomedical Bulletin 3.3 : 281-294.

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Buroker, Norman E. (2015) "LIPA rSNPs (rs1412444 and rs2246833), Transcriptional Factor Binding Sites and Disease." British Biomedical Bulletin 3.3 : 281-294.

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Buroker, Norman E. (2015) "LIPA rSNPs (rs1412444 and rs2246833), Transcriptional Factor Binding Sites and Disease." British Biomedical Bulletin 3.3 : 281-294.

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Buroker, Norman E. (2015) "LIPA rSNPs (rs1412444 and rs2246833), Transcriptional Factor Binding Sites and Disease." British Biomedical Bulletin 3.3 : 281-294.

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Buroker, Norman E. (2015) "LIPA rSNPs (rs1412444 and rs2246833), Transcriptional Factor Binding Sites and Disease." British Biomedical Bulletin 3.3 : 281-294.

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Alkhatib, Ahed J. (2015) "Perspectives Towards Molecular Sociology: An Approximation of Molecular Biology and Sociology." British Biomedical Bulletin 3.2 : 263-267.

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Singh, Kuldip, Sukhjit Kaur, and Rajiv Arora.(2015) "Status of Certain Oxidative Stress Markers in Ischemic Heart Disease Patients with and Without Smoking in North Indian Punjabi Population." British Biomedical Bulletin 3.2 : 225-231.

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Meshram, I. I., et al. (2015) "Prevalence and correlates of hypertension & diabetes among≥ 18 years urban population in India." British Biomedical Bulletin 3.2 : 176-189.

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Abubacker, M. N., and C. Sathya. (2015) "Synthesis of Silver Nanoparticles from Plant Chewing Sticks and their Antibacterial Activity on Dental Pathogen." British Biomedical Bulletin 3.1 : 81-93.

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Solanke, V., et al. (2015) "Chryseobacterium indologenes Associated Urinary Tract Infection–A Case Report." British Biomedical Bulletin 3.1 : 75-80.

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Abdullah, Qais Yusuf, et al.(2015) "Dengue Fever Infection in Hodeidah, Yemen: Risk Factors and Socioeconomic Indicators." British Biomedical Bulletin 3.1 : 58-65.

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Sandhu, Raminder, and Shalley Dahiya. (2015) "Prevalence of Anti-Hepatitis C Virus Antibodies among Inpatients and Outdoor Attendees of a Tertiary Care Institute." British Biomedical Bulletin 3.1 : 08-14.

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Rathee, Manu, Mohaneesh Bhoria, and Shashikala Jain. (2015) "An Insight into Dental Implant Removal: An Overview." British Biomedical Bulletin 3.1 : 124-127.

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Rao, T. V. R. K., and Arjun Kumar.(2015) "In-vitro Aluminium Uptake by the Bone and its Effect on Bone Mineral." British Biomedical Bulletin 3.1 : 113-123.

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Citations : 900

British Biomedical Bulletin received 900 citations as per Google Scholar report

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