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Impact factor of Clinical Chemistry.

The Institute for Scientific Information has released the impact factors of journals for 2002. The impact factor of Clinical Chemistry has increased to a new high and remains the highest impact factor among journals in clinical laboratory science. The impact factor is also the highest among clinical pathology and laboratory medicine journals and among the highest in the related field of analytical chemistry.

Clinical Chemistry was cited more than 16 000 times during 2002, marking another new high for the journal.

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Title Annotation:The Clinical Chemist
Author:Bruns, David E.
Publication:Clinical Chemistry
Date:Sep 1, 2003
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