International Contribution to Nipah Virus Research 1999-2010

  title={International Contribution to Nipah Virus Research 1999-2010},
  author={H. Safahieh and S. A. Sanni and A. N. Zainab},
This study examines 462 papers on Nipah virus research published from 1999 to 2010, identifying the active authors, institutions and citations received. Data was extracted from SCI-Expanded database, (Web of Science) and analyzed using descriptive figures and tables. The results show the growth of publication is incremental up to 2010 even though the average citations received is decreasing. The ratio of authors to articles is 1330: 426. The active contributing countries are USA (41.0… CONTINUE READING
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