Posted Thu, Aug, 02,2012
Libertas is pleased to announce that Human Parasitic Diseases has now been added to Gale's Academic OneFile database.
GALE operates more than 600 databases, including the popular InfoTrac and General Reference series. The Michigan based company is popular with authors working in the USA, so inclusion of Human Parasitic Diseases in GALE's Academic OneFile will increase article visibility in North America.
In addition to it's American popularity, GALE has offices in Europe, the Middle East, Africa, Asia, Australia, New Zealand and Latin America. Libertas' partnership with GALE will provide a further strengthening of the already substantial visibility achieved by Human Parasitic Diseases, and make articles published in the journal accessible to an even larger audience around the world.
To see where else the journal is indexed, visit the Human Parasitic Diseases homepage
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