Next Generation Sequencing Applications Impact Factor

Next generation sequencing applications Impact factor By its applications it helps many biological fields flourish. Many new medicines can be developed to treat complicated diseases. Also, it can aid in gene classification. Journal impact factor provides a quantitative evaluation tool for the grading, analysis, sorting, and comparative analysis of similar journals. It reflects the average number of citations to recent research papers in science and social science journals in a specified year or span, and is being used as a metric for a journal's relative importance within its field. It is first developed by the Institute for Scientific Information founder, Eugene Garfield. 

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