Posted Mon, Jul, 16,2012
Open access journals provide articles published in them with very high levels of visibility. They compare very favorably against traditional controlled-access journals that restrict article availability to those researchers who work at subscribing institutions or are able to afford pay-per-view fees.
A good example of the visibility our open access journals offer is "Relationship Between the Plasma Concentration of C-Reactive Protein and Severity of Peripheral Arterial Disease", published in Clinical Medicine Insights: Cardiology. This article has achieved aproximately 14,000 views since publication.
This substantial visibility is also demonstrated by journals like Biomarker Insights and Clinical Medicine Insights: Oncology, which have achieved more than 561,000 and 417,000 article views respectively.
To learn more about our journals visit the journals homepage to find your journals of interest.
Fri 17 May, 2013Ophthalmology and Eye Disease Now on PubMed
Fri 17 May, 2013RNAi Stratagems Against HIV-1
Thu 16 May, 2013Journal of Central Nervous System Disease on PubMed
In my opinion the review process in all the Libertas Academica journals I have had the privilege of reviewing papers for is second to none. The entire process is a click away and all the editorial staff are very cooperative. The papers that are submitted are of top quality and I am sure the journals will gain the status of high impact journals in a very short time.
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