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Biomedical Imaging and Intervention Journal (biij) is indexed and abstracted in a number of databases and services including:

  • Chemical Abstracts Service (CAS) (since April 2006)
    Since 1907, CAS has indexed and summarized chemistry-related articles from more than 40,000 scientific journals, in addition to patents, conference proceedings and other documents pertinent to chemistry, life sciences and many other fields. In total, abstracts for more than 25 million documents are accessible online through CAS.

    Articles covered by CAS will be made available through SciFinder, SciFinder Scholar, and STN suite of products.

  • CrossRef (since October 2005)
    biij is a member of CrossRef, a reference linking service, which offers the scientific and scholarly community a collaborative reference linking service, through which a researcher can click on a reference citation in a journal and immediately access the cited article.

    CrossRef is administered by Publishers International Linking Association, Inc.

  • Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ) (since September 2005)
    This service covers free, full text, quality controlled scientific and scholarly journals that are fully available over the Internet. Currently 600 journals are searchable at article level.

    DOAJ service is administered by Lund University Libraries, Sweden.

  • EBSCO Publishing (since October 2009)
    EBSCO Publishing is the provider of EBSCOhostIntegrated Search�, which allows users to simultaneously search EBSCO databases as well as all other electronic resources, including those from other database aggregators, OPACs, and publisher packages. However, unlike federated search products, true integration is possible with EBSCOhost Integrated Search as libraries can now apply the powerful EBSCOhost search experience to all of their other electronic information resources.

    Please visit for an overview of the complete services provided by EBSCO Publishing

  • eGranary Digital Library (since July 2006)
    biij's content has been accepted for inclusion in the eGranary Digital Library, which mirrors the entire biij website and makes it available offline to African universities and academics for teaching and learning purposes.

    The eGranary Digital Library is part of the WiderNet Project, administered by the University of Iowa's International Programs.

  • Elsevier Bibliographic Databases (since January 2008)
    This service produces a range of leading abstract & indexing databases, which scans the world's STM serials literature for coverage across all science and social sciences disciplines. Databases include Scopus, EMBASE, EMCare, Compendex, GEOBASE, EMBiology, Elsevier BIOBASE, FLUIDEX, World Textiles and several specialised niche databases and other derivative products such as Mosby Yearbooks.

    Scopus, the largest abstract and citation database of research literature and quality web sources, was created for researchers to help them find the quality information they need from around the globe. Since its introduction in 2004, Scopus has developed a solid customer base of over 1000 institutional customers worldwide enabling millions of users to make their literature research process more effective and productive.

    SJR for 2006: 0.032
    SJR for 2007: 0.037
    SJR for 2008: 0.041

    For an overview and details of Elsevier Bibliographic Databases, please visit (click on Bibliographic databases) and

  • Google Scholar (since December 2005)
    This online search engine help researchers find scholarly literature on the Internet, including peer-reviewed papers, theses, books, abstracts and articles, from academic publishers, professional societies, preprint repositories, universities and other scholarly organizations. biij is the second journal to be indexed via CrossRef interface.

    Google Scholar is provided by Google Inc.

  • Index Copernicus International (since April 2006)
    This abstracting service indexes a wide variety of scientific literature, including full-text articles, from around the world. It has a patent-pending journals ranking system.

    ICV for 2006: 4.21 (29 Feb 2008)
    ICV for 2007: 5.08 (27 Feb 2008)
    ICV for 2008: 5.80 (4 Feb 2010)
    ICV for 2009: 6.39 (16 Mar 2010)
    ICV for 2010: 4.94 (13 Jun 2011)

    Index Copernicus is provided and administered by Medical Science International, Ltd.

  • INSPEC (since March 2006)
    The INSPEC database is the world's largest and most comprehensive English-language bibliographic database, in physics, electronics and computing. Developed from 'Science Abstracts', first published in January 1898, INSPEC now scans over 4,000 journals (and other serial publications) worldwide, 2,000 conference proceedings and numerous books, reports, articles and dissertations, for inclusion in the database. From 1969 to the present day, the size of the database has grown to 10 gigabytes of data and contains over 6.4 million records.

    INSPEC is administered by Institution of Electrical Engineers, United Kingdom.

  • Malaysian Abstracting and Indexing System (MyAIS) (since February 2008)
    MyAIS was developed in 2007 to provide bibliographic information and abstracts of published articles in academic journals and conference proceedings in Malaysia.

    MyAIS is managed by Library and Information Science Unit, University of Malaya, Malaysia.

  • The National Science Digital Library (NSDL) (since September 2005)
    The National Science Digital Library (NSDL) was created by the National Science Foundation to provide organized access to high quality resources and tools that support innovations in teaching and learning at all levels of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) education.

    NSDL is funded by the National Science Foundation (NSF).

  • Open Access Scholarly Publishers Association (OASPA) (since January 2009)
    biij is a member of OASPA, which supports and represents the interests of Open Access (OA) journal publishers globally in all scientific, technical, and scholarly disciplines.

    OASPA was founded by BioMed Central, Co-Action Publishing, Copernicus Publications, Hindawi Publishing Corporation, Public Library of Science, SAGE Publications, Utrecht University Library (Igitur)

  • PubMed Central (since February 2010)
    PubMed Central is a free digital archive of biomedical and life sciences journal literature at the U.S. National Institutes of Health (NIH), developed and managed by NIH's National Center for Biotechnology Information (NCBI) in the National Library of Medicine (NLM).

    The contents of biij is fully available at Pubmed Central repository since 26 May 2011 (available at

  • (since April 2007)
    Scirus is the most comprehensive science-specific search engine on the Internet. Driven by the latest search engine technology, Scirus searches over 480 million science-specific Web pages.

    Scirus is owned and operated by Elsevier B.V.

  • Scientific Commons (since September 2005)
    The Scientific Commons Project aims to develop the world's largest communication medium for scientific knowledge products that is freely accessible to the public. is a project of the University of St.Gallen (Switzerland) and hosted and developed at the Institute for Media and Communications Management.

Updated 26 May 2011

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College of Radiology, Academy of Medicine Malaysia
Southeast Asian Federation of Organisations of Medical Physics
South East Asian Association of Academic Radiologists

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