Discover a rich and comprehensive view of life sciences research, including the most important discoveries, significant influences and relevant connections.
BIOSIS Citation Index combines the carefully indexed life science coverage found in BIOSIS Previews (Biological Abstracts, Reports, Reviews, and Meetings) with the power of cited reference searching in Web of Science. Precision searching is delivered through custom terms, and specialized, article-level indexing, with tags to vital data such as Enzyme Commission numbers, and cross-references throughout to gene, disease, and organism names.
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BIOSIS Citation Index covers:
Find the first mention of plants, organisms, chemicals, or lab techniques in various life sciences fields
Access over 27 million records from journals, books, reports, meetings, and U.S. patents dating 1926 or later
Improve search results through a seamless indexing backbone that consolidates multiple database coding and indexing methodologies into one unified system
Discover high-impact articles and related records that are based on shared references
Detect emerging trends that help pursue successful research and grant acquisition
Follow the history or methodology of a topic
Create and challenge
Create cross-disciplinary studies that confirm, change, or challenge researchers’ theories and conclusions
Gain broad insights into research trends and top performers — across disciplines, geography, and time
Facilitate grant acquisition with accurate, comprehensive pictures of the work on research topics
See where the top life-science researchers are publishing and presenting findings
Transform searching, writing, and bibliography creation into one integrated process
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Get a comprehensive, yet focused, view of life sciences literature from a resource designed specifically for the biological community
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