Posted Wed, Jun, 29,2011
Impact factor has been updated since this news item was released. To see the current impact factor visit the Evolutionary Bioinformatics homepage.We're pleased to announce that Evolutionary Bioinformatics 2010 impact factor is 2.684. This represents a solid gain on the 2009 figure of 1.889.
Journal Citation Reports show a total of 1368 citations and gives a five year impact factor of 12.620. Within the Mathematical and Computational Biology category, Evolutionary Bioinformatics is ranked 8th out of 37 journals, placing it in the first quartile for the category.
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