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Date of this Version

Spring 4-21-2021

Abstract

This study evaluates the Indian Animal Cell Diseases research output during 1989–2021. We have made a Scientometric analysis of contribution from India in leading journals, international collaboration of publications, most productive Institutions, most productive authors and highly cited works. The study uses 32 years (1989– 2021) publications data in Animal Cell Disease drawn from Web of Science international multidisciplinary bibliographical database. Animal Cell Diseased share of 1741 Publications are collaboration with 75 countries and registered 38345 Citations. Publications and Citations are increased rapidly during the study period, and most notably in the 2013 to 2020. In total, there were 1741 research articles published in 734 journals, 6612 authors from 1981 Institutions. The Most collaboration countries are: United States with 262 publications and received 8840 citations followed by U.K. 49 publications (1760 citations), Saudi Arabia with 41 publications (745 citations), Germany 37 publications with 867 citations. The most productive authors are: Kumar A contributed highest share of 59 publications with 1427 citations, followed by Kumar S contributed 51 papers with 768 citations, Kumar P contributed 31 articles with 870 citations next Kumar R published 29 articles with 515 Citations, Singh S published 26 Articles, Dhama K with 23 articles. The most preferred journals were: PLOS ONE topped the list with 43 publications (2.5%), followed by Vaccine 30 publications (1.7%), Indian Journal of Medical Research published 28 publications (1.6%), Molecular and Cellular Biochemistry published 23 publications (1.3%), Molecular Neurobiology published 23 publications. Collaborative research has led to substantial progress in patient stratification and implementation of standardized treatment protocols.

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