Oncotarget is an open-access biomedical journal that covers matters research on every aspect of oncology. It also publishes sections beyond oncology such as pathology and chromosomes, ageing, immunology, microbiology, and autophagy. It has releases twice in a week, on Tuesday and Friday. It prides itself on its success of multidisciplinary medical journal that is accessible in high profile archives from biomedical research sources.
The journal was born back in the year 2010, and its publisher is Impact Journals. It has published quite some work, 324 issues to be precise and they are currently in their eight volume. The chief journal editor is Mikhail Blagosklonny and Andrei V Gudkov who currents work in the Roswell Park Cancer Institute. It has been licensed under the creative commons attribution 3.0 licences. Check Oncotarget at scimagojr.com
The journal has had its resources get used as an abstract and an index in the BIOSIS Previews, Scopus, Index Medicus/PubMed among many others. It also enjoys an impact factor in the field of just about five, out of a total ten indexes. It aims to be the leading journal for all medical areas by providing indexing and archiving of the scientific results. It has also been available to all medical practitioners and the public in a bid to ensure access to information to the masses.
They are also going to be a permanent feature in the PubMed after they have assigned their issues numbers. Oncatrget strictly adheres to recommendations that are by the COPE, Committee On Publication Ethics. They include a direct object identifier, DIO to each of their published works since their inception in 2010. Learn more about Oncotarget at Eurekalert.org.
Oncotarget believes that information to people which enables more research in a bid to eliminate the borders of specializations. It is gearing towards a disease-free life as through inter medical research that is symbiotic for all the medical fields by being well informed by data or information available.
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