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  • 1. peer review Débora Miranda Jan 2011
  • 2. Article
    • Biology
    • 6 Authors
    • University of Texas
    • Rockefeller University, NY
  • 3. CITATIONS
    • 122 Citations
      • and : 44
      • Web of Knowledge only: 78
    • Type
      • 88 articles
      • 13 letters
      • 11 reviews
      • 7 proceedings papers
      • 2 editorial material
      • 1 meeting abstract
  • 4. BIAS
    • A – author
      • 6
    • B – institution
      • 5
    • C – known associations
      • 0
  • 5. BIAS
    • 5/6 Author bias
      • Rama Ranganathan (University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center )
  • 6. JOURNALS
    • Public Library of Science (PLoS)
    • Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS)
  • 7. JOURNAL RELEVANCE
    • Nature Publishing Group (5)
          • Molecular Systems Biology
          • Nature Structural & Molecular Biology
          • Embo journal
      • High Impact Factor (8.993 - 12.243)
        • Average 5.236
  • 8. PRESS COVERAGE
    • Blogs
      • Scientific Clearing House
      • Macromolecular Modeling Blog
      • Nature blog, molecular systems biology
      • Discount thoughts
      • PLoS blog (Pacific Symposium on Biocomputing)
    • News
      • Scientists at University of Manchester, Faculty of Life Sciences target proteomics, News Rx, http://www.newsrx.com/newsletters/Proteomics-Weekly.html
  • 9. CONCLUSIONS
    • Transparency
      • Author
    • All journals peer reviewed
    • Subject
      • less press coverage
      • relevance over the years
  • 10.  NEXT STEP
    • Compare with other articles/issues