The following is a list of indexing and abstracting services that index the Asploro Journal of Biomedical and Clinical Case Reports:
Google Scholar: a search engine that covers peer-reviewed papers, theses, books, abstracts, and articles from various scholarly organizations. It sorts articles based on the author, full text, publication, and citation frequency.
CrossRef: the official DOI registration agency for scholarly and professional publications. It operates a cross-publisher citation linking system that allows researchers to link to cited content on another publisher’s platform.
Mendeley: an academic platform that facilitates the sharing of research papers, data discovery, and online collaboration. Researchers can search by abstract, author, and keyword, organize and share data in public and closed groups, and track the number of readers who have accessed and saved the metadata of shared articles.
OpenAIRE: a database of open scholarly records, which is one of the largest collections worldwide, aimed at fostering open science and establishing its practices in daily research activities.
WorldCat: the most comprehensive database of information about library collections, which provides quality, discoverability, and value. Member libraries provide the foundation, while partners support its growth.
ResearchBib: an open-access, high-standard indexing database for researchers and publishers. It contains over 420,000 journals from different publishers, and it tries to cover all open-access scientific and scholarly journals that use an appropriate quality control system. An impact factor is calculated annually for every journal submitted based on citations, article reviews, and access.
Zenodo: a general-purpose open-access repository that allows researchers to deposit research papers, data sets, research software, reports, and any other research-related digital artifacts. Each submission is assigned a persistent digital object identifier (DOI), making the stored items easily citable.
ScienceGate: a comprehensive database of information about library collections.
BASE: Bielefeld Academic Search Engine: one of the world’s most voluminous search engines, especially for academic web resources, such as journal articles, preprints, digital collections, images/videos, and research data.
IRDB – Japan: a database that collects and provides metadata to a wide range of material in Japanese academic repositories, including theses, journal articles, books, conference papers, research reports, and software.
ROAD: the Directory of Open Access scholarly Resources: a service offered by the ISSN International Center, which provides free access to ISSN bibliographic records that describe scholarly resources in open access, such as journals, monographic series, conference proceedings, academic repositories, and scholarly blogs.
OUCI – Open Ukrainian Citation Index: an index intended to simplify the search for scientific publications, attract editorial attention to the problem of completeness and quality of metadata of Ukrainian scholarly publications, and allow bibliometrics to study the relations between authors and documents from various disciplines, particularly in the field of social sciences and humanities.
ResearchGate: a professional network for scientists and researchers that connects the world of science and makes research open to all.
ORCID: a nonproprietary alphanumeric code that uniquely identifies scientific and other academic authors and contributors. It addresses the problem of authors’ contributions to the scientific literature or publications being attributed to others with similar names.
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Academia.edu: Academia.edu is a platform for sharing research papers and monitoring analytics around the impact of academic research, with over 137 million registered academics and 26 million papers uploaded.
Scilit: Scilit is a free multidisciplinary scholarly database that indexes scientific material by extracting data from various sources on a daily basis, including CrossRef and PubMed.
Baidu Scholar: Baidu Scholar is a research platform in China that provides free access to a huge amount of Chinese and foreign literature, with an advanced search and filter feature that makes it a real rival to Google Scholar.
Semantic Scholar: Semantic Scholar, developed at the Allen Institute for Artificial Intelligence, is designed to highlight the most important and influential papers and identify connections between them, making the world’s scholarly knowledge easy to survey and consume.
DRJI: The Directory of Research Journal Indexing (DRJI) aims to increase the visibility and ease of use of open access scientific and scholarly journals, with a central resource for indexing and information retrieval.
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RefSeek: RefSeek is a web search engine that aims to make academic information easily accessible to everyone, searching over five billion documents, including web pages, books, encyclopedias, journals, and newspapers.
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OpenAIRE: OpenAIRE supports the Open Access Mandate and the Open Research Data Pilot developed as part of the Horizon 2020 projects, promoting and implementing the directives of the European Commission and the European Research Council on the funding of science and research.
CiteSeerX: Citeseerx is a scientific literature digital library and search engine that focuses primarily on the literature in computer and information science, with a goal to improve the dissemination of scientific literature and provide improvements in functionality, usability, availability, cost, comprehensiveness, efficiency, and timeliness in access to scientific and scholarly knowledge.
JURN: JURN is an organized links directory for the arts and humanities, listing selected open access or otherwise free e-journals.
Publons: Publons indexes The Indexer cumulatively on an issue by issue basis and posts it on their website, covering volumes 20-28 (1996-2010).
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Open J Gate: Open J-Gate is an electronic gateway to global journal literature in open access domain, providing full-text access to more than 8,000 open access journals, of which 4,963 are peer-reviewed, with browsing by title, publisher, and subject, and basic and advanced search features available.