High Impact Factor Journals In Cytogenetics

 High-impact publications are those which are considered highly important in their fields. Article impact factor provides a quantitative assessment method for the ranking, review, selection, and comparison of related papers. This represents the total number of citations of recent papers published in scientific and social science journals in a given year or period and is sometimes used As proxy of the journal's relative importance within its area. It is first conceived by the Institute for Scientific Information president, Eugene Garfield. A journal's impact factor is calculated by splitting the number of current year citations into the source items that were published in that journal during the previous two years. Cytogenetics can be characterized as the analysis of the cell's structure and function, focusing primarily on the cell's structure and composition.  

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