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Impact factor in 2000 Fig. 1 shows that Cardiovascular Research will score an all time high impact factor of 3.59 in the year 2000. The impact factor is a mixture of citation during year 3 of what ...

Cardiovascular Research, Editorial, Tobias Opthof, Ruben Coronel, Michiel J Janse

Date : 01/04/2001 Item size : 140952 bytes
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In the August 1999 issue of Cardiovascular Research at the occasion of the congress of the European Society of Cardiology in Barcelona [1] we commented on the increase in submissions and publications ...

Cardiovascular Research, Editorial, Tobias Opthof, Ruben Coronel, Michiel J. Janse

Date : 01/08/2000 Item size : 153154 bytes
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Table 1 shows the most frequently cited papers since 1967, the first year of publication of Cardiovascular Research, ranked according to the total number of citations and according to the number of ...

Cardiovascular Research, Outline, Tobias Opthof, Ruben Coronel, on behalf of the Editorial Team

Date : 01/01/2000 Item size : 165091 bytes
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In the January issue of Cardiovascular Research [1]we emphasized the large, recent increase in the number of submissions to the Journal, probably resulting from the increase in impact factor over the ...

Cardiovascular Research, Editorial, Tobias Opthof

Date : 01/04/1998 Item size : 127253 bytes
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Despite the increased number of submissions Cardiovascular Research has been able to maintain [2]its rapid reviewing process (Fig. 3). [...]we will reduce the acceptance rate from 35% to below 30% ...

Cardiovascular Research, Editorial, Tobias Opthof

Date : 01/01/1998 Item size : 123835 bytes
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Every year, the Institute of Scientific Information® publishes its impact factor (IF) for thousands of scientific journals, and every year, editors, authors and reviewers alike wait with bated ...

Cardiovascular Research, Editorial, Hans Michael Piper, Elizabeth A. Martinson, Tobias Opthof

Date : 01/08/2005
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Despite a decreased acceptance rate, which was about 28% in 1998 compared to 35% in previous years, the interval between acceptance and publication has increased to an unacceptable 7 months. [...]in ...

Cardiovascular Research, Editorial, Tobias Opthof, Michiel J Janse

Date : 01/07/1999