Posted Thu, Jun, 21,2012
Gene Regulation and Systems Biology is an open access journal, meaning all articles are available for anyone to download freely without restriction. Open access journals are renowned for having high levels of article visibility compared to traditional subscription journals.
One good example of how open access journals can offer high visibility is 'Current Status of Monocyte Differentiation-Inducing (MDI) Factors Derived from Human Fetal Membrane Chorion Cells Undergoing Apoptosis after Influenza Virus Infection', published in Gene Regulation and Systems Biology. This article has been viewed more than 12,232 times since its publication in 2007. This is the highest rate of viewing of all articles in Gene Regulation and Systems Biology and shows how publishing open access can increase article visibility and how publishing in Gene Regulation and Systems Biology can offer higher levels of visibility than restricted access alternatives.
Authors publishing in Gene Regulation and Systems Biology will benefit from the extensive indexing including many open access exclusive databases and directories that do not index subscription journals.
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