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Journal of Tissue Science and Engineering

ISSN: 2157-7552

Open Access

Citations Report

Journal of Tissue Science and Engineering : Citations & Metrics Report

Articles published in Journal of Tissue Science and Engineering have been cited by esteemed scholars and scientists all around the world.

Journal of Tissue Science and Engineering has got h-index 14, which means every article in Journal of Tissue Science and Engineering has got 14 average citations.

Following are the list of articles that have cited the articles published in Journal of Tissue Science and Engineering.

  2020 2019 2018 2017 2016

Year wise published articles

19 10 8 24 29

Year wise citations received

184 170 154 129 112
Journal total citations count 1095
Journal impact factor 6.78
Journal 5 years impact factor 4.61
Journal cite score 6.07
Journal h-index 14
Journal h-index since 2016 12
Important citations

Poinern, G. E. J., Le, X., Loomes, C., & Fawcett, D. (2014). Biocompatibility of composite membranes composed of anodic aluminium oxide (AAO) and Poly (2-hydroxyethylmethacrylate) for use as a cell culture substrate. Materials Letters, 131, 182-185.

Poinern, G. E. J., Le, X. T., Hager, M., Becker, T., & Fawcett, D. (2013). Electrochemical synthesis, characterisation, and preliminary biological evaluation of an anodic aluminium oxide membrane with a pore size of 100 nanometres for a potential cell culture substrate. American Journal of Biomedical Engineering, 3(6), 119-131.

Toccafondi, C., La Rocca, R., Scarpellini, A., Salerno, M., Das, G., & Dante, S. (2015). Thin nanoporous alumina-based SERS platform for single cell sensing. Applied Surface Science, 351, 738-745.

Toccafondi, C., Thorat, S., La Rocca, R., Scarpellini, A., Salerno, M., Dante, S., & Das, G. (2014). Multifunctional substrates of thin porous alumina for cell biosensors. Journal of Materials Science: Materials in Medicine, 25(10), 2411-2420.

Leyrer, R. (2015). Evidenzbasierte Medizin in der funktionell-ästhetischen Rhinoplastik (Doctoral dissertation, Universität Ulm).

Martin, B. (2015). Twenty challenges for innovation studies.

Kar, S. (2016). An Overview of Recent Advances in Application of Some Inorganic Materials-Biological and Technological Perspectives. J Biotechnol Biomater, 6(244), 2.

O'Sullivan, J. (2013). Glycosaminoglycan Dependent Isolation of Mesenchymal Chondroprogenitor Populations from Human Bone Marrow (Doctoral dissertation).

Budyn, É., Bilagi, A., Subramanian, V., Orías, A. E., & Inoue, N. (2014). Hybrid Simulation and Observation of Human Vertebral Endplate Morphology. CMES: Computer Modeling in Engineering & Sciences, 98(3), 341-374.

Sharabi, M., Benayahu, D., Benayahu, Y., Isaacs, J., & Haj-Ali, R. (2015). Laminated collagen-fiber bio-composites for soft-tissue bio-mimetics. Composites Science and Technology, 117, 268-276.

Andersson, R. (2006). Professor of Surgery.

Frommelt, C. (2014). Biobanking and Support for Personalized Medicine: A Model for Success?.

Van Steen, K., & Malats, N. (2015). Perspectives on Data Integration in Human Complex Disease Analysis. In Big Data Analytics in Bioinformatics and Healthcare (pp. 284-322). IGI Global.

Brochhausen, C., & Kirkpatrick, C. J. (2012). An Evolutionary View on Guided Tissue Engineering–from the Replacement to the Regeneration of Damaged Tissue. J Tissue Sci Eng, 3, e117.

Loffredo, C. A., Luta, G., Wallington, S., Makgoeng, S. B., Selsky, C., Mandelblatt, J. S., ... & Region 1 Bio-specimen Management of Cancer Health Disparities Program. (2013). Knowledge and willingness to provide research biospecimens among foreign-born Latinos using safety-net clinics. Journal of community health, 38(4), 652-659.

Suh, K. S., Sarojini, S., Youssif, M., Nalley, K., Milinovikj, N., Elloumi, F., ... & Goy, A. (2013). Tissue banking, bioinformatics, and electronic medical records: the front-end requirements for personalized medicine. Journal of oncology, 2013.

Pluta, K. (2015). Scaffolds for tissue engineering. Czasopismo Techniczne, 2015(Chemia Zeszyt 1 Ch (17) 2015), 89-97.

Snackey, M. (2015). The role of expectations in user acceptance of upcoming technologies in emerging technological fields (Master's thesis).

Horch, R. E., Boccaccini, A., & Arkudas, A. (2013). Regenerative Medicine and Tissue Engineering: How Far Are We. J Tissue Sci Eng, 4, e121.

Zehbe, R., & Fleck, C. (2012). Hierarchically Structured Biomaterials for Tissue Engineering. J. Tissue Sci. Eng, 3(3), 1-3. Chicago

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Google scholar citation report
Citations: 1095

Journal of Tissue Science and Engineering received 1095 citations as per google scholar report

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