9. Are Chemistry Central articles included in PubMed and other bibliographic databases?

All articles in journals published by Chemistry Central are included immediately in PubMed, the most widely used biomedical bibliographic database service. PubMed is the National Library of Medicine service that provides access to MEDLINE, articles not yet in MEDLINE and articles from additional life science journals. An increasing number of journals published by Chemistry Central are also indexed by the Thomson Reuters (ISI) and hence searchable through Web of Science, and other Thomson Reuters (ISI) products. Most Chemistry Central's journals are indexed by CAS and Scopus.

Note that because the full text of all Chemistry Central research articles is available without registration or subscription, search engines such as Google also index them, greatly increasing their visibility. Most Chemistry Central research articles are indexed by the science focussed search engine, Scirus.

Chemistry Central participates in CrossRef and the Open Citation Project, allowing direct linking from citations to an article elsewhere to the full text of that article in a Chemistry Central journal.

The full text of all research articles published by Chemistry Central is also available on SpringerLink.

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