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|in-cites presents a closer look at
Top 10 Scientists" who, as of the latest bimonthly update of the
ISI Essential Science Indicators Web product, attracted
the highest total citations to their papers published in ISI-indexed
journals of Pharmacology & Toxicology over the last 10 years.
These names are the top 10 out of a pool of 2,059 scientists
comprising the top 1% ranked by total citation count in this field...
|Dr. Axel Brunger
talks about his highly cited paper,
"Crystallography & NMR system: a new software suite
for macromolecular structure determination," (Acta
Crystallogr. D-Biol. Cryst. 54: 905-21, 1 September 1998).
According to the ISI Essential Science Indicators
Web product, this paper is the second most-cited paper in the
field of Chemistry in the past decade, with 3,301 cites to
date. Dr. Brunger’s record in this field includes 19 papers
cited a total of 4,117 times to date, as well as 45 papers
cited a total of 2,438 times to date in the field of Biology
& Biochemistry, and...
Professor Jim Horne talks about the Journal
of Sleep Research which was recently
shown to have a growing impact in the field of
Neuroscience & Behavior in the ISI
Essential Science Indicators Web product, with 434 papers cited a total of
3,595 times to date...
profile of the Aaron
Diamond AIDS Research Center (ADARC) which entered into the top 1%
of institutions (see New
Entrants) in the field of Microbiology
according to the ISI Essential Science
Indicators Web product...
most-cited countries in geosciences for 1993-April
2003 according to the ISI Essential Science
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