Asploro Journal of Biomedical and Clinical Case Reports

About Indexing/Abstracting

The Asploro Journal of Biomedical and Clinical Case Reports is indexed by the following abstracting and indexing services:

Google Scholar provides a simple way to search broadly for scholarly literature. Includes peer-reviewed papers, theses, books, abstracts, and articles, from academic publishers, professional societies, preprint repositories, universities, and other scholarly organizations. Google Scholar sorts articles by weighing the full text of each article, the author, the publication in which the article appears, and how often the article has been cited in other scholarly literature so that the most relevant results are returned on the first page.

The official DOI (digital object identifier) link registration agency for scholarly and professional publications. Crossref operates a cross-publisher citation linking system that allows a researcher to click on a reference citation on one publisher’s platform and link directly to the cited content on another publisher’s platform, subject to the target publisher’s access control practices. This citation-linking network covers millions of articles and other content items from several hundred scholarly and professional publishers.

  • Mendeley

Mendeley is an academic platform aimed to allow the sharing research papers, discovering research data, and collaborating online. It offers the possibility of search by abstract, keyword, and author, and allows us to organize and share data in public and closed groups. Mendeley permits to follow the evolution in terms of the number of readers that accessed/saved the metadata of the shared research articles.

Elsevier has officially bought Mendeley. Making data available for an article has also been shown by several studies to increase article citations. Several Elsevier journals collaborate with Mendeley Data to make underlying research data available. Datasets are linked with the article in question, making it accessible to readers with one-click access.

WorldCat is the world’s most comprehensive database of information about library collections. OCLC delivers quality, discoverability, and value. Member libraries provide the foundation. Partners support WorldCat growth.

BASE (Bielefeld Academic Search Engine) is one of the world’s most voluminous search engines especially for academic web resources, e.g. journal articles, preprints, digital collections, images/videos, or research data. BASE facilitates effective and targeted searches and retrieves high quality, academically relevant results. Other than search engines like Google or Bing BASE searches the deep web as well. The sources which are included in the BASE are intellectually selected (by people from the BASE team) and reviewed. That’s why data garbage and spam do not occur.

IRDB collects and provides metadata to a wide range of material in Japanese academic repositories, including theses, journal articles, books, conference papers, research reports, software, etc..,  IRDB harvested metadata can be provided to organizations.

  • ROAD: the Directory of Open Access scholarly Resources

ROAD is a service offered by the ISSN International Center with the support of the Communication and Information Sector of UNESCO. Launched in December 2013, ROAD provides free access to those ISSN bibliographic records which describe scholarly resources in Open Access: journals, monographic series, conference proceedings, academic repositories, and scholarly blogs. These records, created by the ISSN Network (90 National Centres worldwide + the International Centre), are enriched by information extracted from indexing and abstracting databases, directories (DOAJ, Latindex, The Keepers registry), and journals indicators (Scopus).

The OUCI is intended to simplify the search for scientific publications, to attract editorial attention to the problem of completeness and quality of the metadata of Ukrainian scholarly publications, and will allow bibliometrics to freely study the relations between authors and documents from various disciplines, in particular in the field of social sciences and humanities.

ResearchGate is a professional network for scientists and researchers. Over 17 million members from all over the world use it to share, discover, and discuss research. They are guided by a mission to connect the world of science and make research open to all.

  • ORCID

The ORCID (Open Researcher and Contributor ID) is a nonproprietary alphanumeric code to uniquely identify scientific and other academic authors and contributors. This addresses the problem that a particular author’s contributions to the scientific literature or publications in the humanities can be hard to recognize as most personal names are not unique, they can change (such as with marriage), have cultural differences in name order, contain inconsistent use of first-name abbreviations and employ different writing systems. It provides a persistent identity for humans, similar to tax ID numbers, that are created for content-related entities on digital networks by digital object identifiers (DOIs).

iSeek provides authoritative results from colleges, universities, governments, and non-commercial entities. 

MyScienceWork provides a suite of data-driven solutions for research institutions, scientific publishers, and private-sector R&D companies. MyScienceWork’s comprehensive database includes more than 90 million scientific publications and 12 million patents.

  • Academia.edu

Academia.edu is a platform for academics to share research papers. Academics use Academia.edu to share their research, monitor deep analytics around the impact of their research, and track the research of academics they follow. Over 137 million academics have signed up to Academia.edu, adding 26 million papers. Academia.edu attracts over 56 million unique visitors a month.

Scilit multidisciplinary, a free scholarly database that indexes scientific material by extracting the latest data from CrossRef, PubMed, and other sources on a daily basis. This means that newly published articles are added to Scilit almost immediately. 

  • Baidu Scholar

In June 2014, Baidu launched Baidu Scholar to become the biggest research platform in China, and, through the acquisition of English language resources and publications, to become the best English language search platform in China. By the end of 2014, Baidu Scholar included hundreds of thousands of academic websites and had indexed over 100 million literature resources in total, providing free access to a huge amount of Chinese and foreign literature. Researchers can carry out an advanced search (by keyword, author, title, and field), plus an advanced filter and ranking (by professional field, time, document type) to find the document that they want. Additionally, for each article, the author’s information and publication source are easy to view, making Baidu Scholar a very real rival to Google Scholar.

  • Semantic Scholar

Semantic Scholar is a project developed at the Allen Institute for Artificial Intelligence. In comparison to Google Scholar and PubMed, Semantic Scholar is designed to highlight the most important and influential papers, and to identify the connections between them Semantic Scholar makes the world’s scholarly knowledge easy to survey and consume

  • DRJI

The Directory of Research Journal Indexing (DRJI) is to increase the visibility and ease of use of open access scientific and scholarly journals thereby promoting their increased usage and impact. DRJI supply champion has access to global-renowned content in all discipline areas including magazine and journal articles. They advocate, educate, and provide the central resource for indexing. DRJI encourages the participation of all persons, groups, and organizations interested in indexing and related methods of information retrieval.

  • Hamdard University

  • Genamics JournalSeek

Genamics JournalSeek is an online database covering academic journals. The JournalSeek database contains 104166 journals from 6434 different publishers (February 2016). The database includes journal descriptions and links to the journals’ homepages. Journal information includes the description (aims and scope), journal abbreviation, journal homepage link, subject category, and ISSN. Searching this information allows the rapid identification of potential journals to publish your research in, as well as allow you to find new journals of interest to your field.

  • RefSeek

RefSeek is a web search engine for students and researchers that aims to make academic information easily accessible to everyone. RefSeek searches more than five billion documents, including web pages, books, encyclopedias, journals, and newspapers.

  • Academic Keys

Academic Keys is the premier source for academic employment. Our 18 discipline-focused sites offer comprehensive information about faculty, educational resources, research interests, and professional activities pertinent to institutions of higher education. More than 89% of the top 120 universities (as ranked by US News and World Report) are posting their available higher ed jobs with AcademicKeys.com. Our profiles could be accessed on the social sciences section (searching by the publisher, ISSN, or name of the journal)

  • OpenAIRE

OpenAIRE aims at promoting and implementing the directives of the European Commission (EC) and the European Research Council on the promotion and funding of science and research. OpenAIRE supports the Open Access Mandate and the Open Research Data Pilot developed as part of the Horizon 2020 projects.

  • CiteSeerX

Citeseerx is a scientific literature digital library and search engine that focuses primarily on the literature in computer and information science. Citeseerx aims to improve the dissemination of scientific literature and to provide improvements in functionality, usability, availability, cost, comprehensiveness, efficiency, and timeliness in access to scientific and scholarly knowledge.

  • ResearchBib

ResearchBib (Research Bible) is open access with a high standard indexing database for researchers and publishers. The Journal Database contains 420,000+ journals from different publishers, which includes the title, abbreviation, journal host URL, index, publisher, description (aims and scope), online ISSN, and print ISSN, etc. Research Bible may freely index journals, research papers, call for papers, research position. Journal Database tries to cover all open access scientific and scholarly journals that use an appropriate quality control system, and it will not be limited to particular languages or subject areas. An Impact Factor is based on citations, article reviews, accessing, and several published articles are calculated every year for every journal submitted. 

An organized links directory for the arts & humanities, listing selected open access or otherwise free e-journals.

The index to The Indexer is prepared cumulatively on an issue by issue basis and posted to the Website. It is not the intention to publish a hard copy version. Retrospective cumulation will also be undertaken as time allows. This version of the cumulative index covers volumes 20-28 (1996-2010)

Scribd brings together the best of the written word to help readers become their best selves. Scribd is an unlimited reading subscription that offers access to books, audiobooks, magazine articles, documents, and more.

  • Open J Gate

Open J-Gate is an electronic gateway to global journal literature in open access domain. Presently it provides full-text access to 8194 Open Access Journals out of which 4963 journals are Peer-Reviewed. It provides for browsing the journal by title, publisher, and subject. All journals are classified in a three-level hierarchical system to provide for better relevancy in search results. The list of journals indicates whether it is peer-reviewed or otherwise. Basic and advanced search features are available on the robust j-gate platform.