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Thomson Reuters has released the 2011 Journal Citation Reports(JCR), showing an impressive increase to the impact factor for Marine Drugs.
The 2011 impact factor for Marine Drugs is 3.854 (up from 3.471).
Prof. Dr. Nobuhiro Fusetani, the Associate Editor, proudly commented “Really great news! I would like to thank the authors and reviewers, we must work hard to obtain a higher impact factor next year.”
To date, Marine Drugs has published over 580 articles with more than 1161 total citations in 2011 making Marine Drugs one of the leading journals on the research, development and production of drugs from the sea.