Journal of Integrative Oncology

ISSN: 2329-6771

Open Access

Citations Report

Journal of Integrative Oncology : Citations & Metrics Report

Articles published in Journal of Integrative Oncology have been cited by esteemed scholars and scientists all around the world.

Journal of Integrative Oncology has got h-index 9, which means every article in Journal of Integrative Oncology has got 9 average citations.

Following are the list of articles that have cited the articles published in Journal of Integrative Oncology.

  2022 2021 2020 2019 2018

Year wise published articles

56 65 60 19 20

Year wise citations received

17 32 51 55 72
Journal total citations count 495
Journal impact factor 1.2
Journal 5 years impact factor 1.32
Journal cite score 1.02
Journal h-index 9
Journal h-index since 2018 5
Important citations

Optimising the treatment of patients with long bone metastases

Quo Vadis Oncological Hyperthermia (2020)?

Double malignancies: a clinicopathological and outcomes retrospective analysis from a tertiary cancer referral centre in South India

Overview of current and future targets of breast cancer medicines

Effect of MaRhyThe versus myofascial mobility tool in female individuals with or without neck pain having forward head posture and buffalo hump – A randomized clinical trial

Quantitative Detection and Imaging of Multiple Biological Molecules in Living Cells for Cell Screening

Carotenoid pigments, particularly ?-carotene and lycopene, are consumed in human foodstuffs and play a vital role in maintaining health. ?-carotene is known to quench singlet oxygen and can have strong antioxidant activity. As such, it was proposed that ?-carotene might reduce the risk of cancer. Epidemiological studies found inverse relationships between cancer risk and ?-carotene intake or blood levels. However, clinical trials failed to support those findings and ?-carotene supplementation actually increased lung cancer incidence in male smokers. Early experimental animal studies found dietary ?-carotene inhibited UV-induced skin cancers. Later studies found that ?-carotene supplementation exacerbated UV-carcinogenic expression. The discrepancies of these results were related to the type of diet the animals consumed. Lycopene has been associated with reduced risk of lethal stage prostate cancer. Other carotenoids, e.g., lutein and zeaxanthin, play a vital role in visual health. Numerous studies of molecular mechanisms to explain the carotenoids’ mode of action have centered on singlet oxygen, as well as radical reactions. In cellular systems, singlet oxygen quenching by carotenoids has been reported but is more complex than in organic solvents. In dietary ?-carotene supplement studies, damaging pro-oxidant reactivity can also arise. Reasons for this switch are likely due to the properties of the carotenoid radicals themselves. Understanding singlet oxygen reactions and the anti-/pro-oxidant roles of carotenoids are of importance to photosynthesis, vision and cancer.

Primary Squamous Cell Carcinoma of the Breast Arising from Metaplastic Ductal Epithelium: A Case Report and Literature Review

A Review Article on Lung Cancer Diagnosis & Treatment

Naturapoteket: preventive and complementary cancer treatment

Umbilical cord preservation- A Review

Infection Prevention and Control Measures at the Children Hospital Lahore: A My Child Matters Collaborative Project

Infection Prevention and Control Measures at the Children Hospital Lahore: A My Child Matters Collaborative Project

Prospective surveillance of hospital associated infections epidemiology in a haematology-oncology department

Factors influencing cervical cancer screening practice among female health workers in Nigeria: A systematic review

Biomarkers Role in Breast Cancer Treatment-A Review

Improvements in Clinical Trials Information Will Improve the Reproductive Health and Fertility of Cancer Patients

Neoplastic Diseases: A Mini-Review

Biomarkers Role in Breast Cancer Treatment-A Review

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