Posted Thu, Apr, 26,2012
Libertas works continually to increase online visibility for all our journals, and we are pleased to report that Journal of Central Nervous System Disease is now indexed by 10 external online databases and in 6 online directories and search engines.
Indexing with so many external databases and directories means that articles published in Journal of Central Nervous System Disease are searchable in many places, meaning they are more visible to more researchers around the world.
This is the full list of indexes and directories for Journal of Central Nervous System Disease:
Chemical Abstracts Service
Chinese Electronic Periodical Service
EBSCO CINAHL Complete
Gale Academic OneFile
Gale Health Reference Centre
Gale InfoTrac Custom journals
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