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The perceived impact of publications on Neglected Tropical Zoonoses as measured by their impact factor

Bibliographic reference Vanderelst, Dieter ; Speybroeck, Sara ; Speybroeck, Niko. The perceived impact of publications on Neglected Tropical Zoonoses as measured by their impact factor. In: Scientometrics : an international journal for all quantitative aspects of the science of science, communication in science and science policy, Vol. 90, no.2, p. 331-342 (2011)
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