A new approach to the metric of journals' scientific prestige: The SJR indicator.
J. Informetrics 01/2010; 4:379-391. pp.379-391
Article: Immunotoxicity, Flow Cytometry and Chemoinformatics: A Review, Bibliometric Analysis and a new model of drug cytotoxicity on macrophages.[show abstract] [hide abstract]
ABSTRACT: This study provides an overview of the research performance of the most developed countries in the area of computational and experimental immunotoxicity related to cytokines, flow cytometry bead assays and QSAR models. Some relevant journals and the most important academic institutions that publish them are also reviewed herein. The scientometric analysis was based on bibliometric indicators of publication activity and actual citation impact that have been calculated using Thomson Scientific's Web of Science (WoS) and Scimago group reports as a source. Additionally, we have trained and validated a QSTR model of drug macrophage cytotoxicity for the first time, using the spectral moments of the Markov matrix employed by the MARCH-INSIDE software. The new model correctly classifies 8,806 out of 9,001 (Accuracy = 91.1%) multiplexing assay endpoints of 7903 drugs (including both training and validation series). Each endpoint corresponds to one out of 1443 assays, 32 molecular and cellular targets, 46 standard type measures, in two possible organisms (human and mouse).Current topics in medicinal chemistry 09/2012; · 4.47 Impact Factor
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