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Date of this Version

Spring 4-3-2021

Abstract

This paper analyses the 2555 publications with more than 100 citations indexed in Web of Science under research in Animal Clinical Trials. These publications have been received 556159 Citations, written by 13280 authors from 2833 institutes across the world. The most productive countries are: USA is the leading country with 1442 (56.4%), UK with 304 (11.9%), Germany 209 (8.2%), Canada 179(7%), Australia (130), Italy (132), Netherlands (116). It is noted that 13 Countries registered more than 10000 Citations, 23 with more than 5000 Citations, 38 Countries with more than 1000 Citations. The most cited Institutions are: Harvard University is leading with 27478 Citations for 108 publications followed University of California San Diego with 14896 Citations for 46 Publications, University of Pettsburgh with 13746 Citations for 38 Publications, Johns Hopikins University with 12120 Citations for 53 Publications. There are 929 periodicals are preferred and also with high impact. The most cited journals are: Cancer Research published the largest number of the highly cited publications (50 papers, 10620 Citations), followed by Circulation with 9998 Citations for 37 Publications, PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA with 9317 Citations for 32 Publications, Lancet with 9181 Citations, JAMA-JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION with 7547 Citations for 21 Publications and New England Journal of Medicine with 6944 Citations for 11 Publications. The most cited authors are: Ahmad N with 4554 Citations for 4 Publications followed by Kellum JA and Ronco C with 4372 Citations for 2 publications respectively, Altman DG with 4231 Citations for 3 Publications. The most cited one is “Bellomo R, Ronco C, Kellum JA, Mehta RL, Palevsky P (2004). Acute renal failure - definition, outcome measures, animal models, fluid therapy and information technology needs: the Second International Consensus Conference of the Acute Dialysis Quality Initiative (ADQI) Group”, published in CRITICAL CARE with 4181 Citations.

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