Biomedical Imaging and Intervention Journal (biij) is indexed
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Abstracts Service (CAS) (since April 2006)
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Articles covered by CAS will be made available
through SciFinder, SciFinder Scholar, and STN suite of products.
(since October 2005)
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which offers the scientific and scholarly community a collaborative
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of Open Access Journals (DOAJ) (since September
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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
Elsevier Bibliographic Databases (since January 2008)
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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
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.
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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.
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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.
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The National Science Digital Library (NSDL)
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OASPA was founded by BioMed Central, Co-Action Publishing, Copernicus Publications, Hindawi Publishing Corporation, Public Library of Science, SAGE Publications, Utrecht University Library (Igitur)
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(since April 2007)
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Except where otherwise noted,
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original work is properly
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