Posted Tue, May, 15,2012
We are pleased to announce the addition of Cancer Informatics to Computer Science, a ProQuest database.
ProQuest Computer Science Collection includes over 700 full text journals, 1.7 million tables and figures, and over 1.4 million abstracts from 1981 to today. The computer science database covers the latest international theoretical research and practical applications and is comprised of over 3,000 periodicals, conference proceedings, technical reports, patents, books, and press releases.
Visit the journal homepage to read where else Cancer Informatics is indexed.
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