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Long Form No. Long Form Research Area Co-occurring Abbreviation PubMed/MEDLINE Info. (Year, Title)
Web of Science
(569 times)
Medicine
(74 times)
CNKI (29 times)
PRISMA (18 times)
CI (14 times)
2006 CiteSpace II: visualization and knowledge discovery in bibliographic databases.
Web of Science Core Collection
(5 times)
Evaluation Studies as Topic
(1 time)
CAM (1 time)
COCI (1 time)
EVD (1 time)
2017 International scientific communications in the field of colorectal tumour markers.
whole-of-society
(3 times)
Science
(3 times)
HDI (1 time)
2014 Whole-of-society approach for public health policymaking: a case study of polycentric governance from Quebec, Canada.
walk-on-spheres
(2 times)
CSs (1 time)
GNP (1 time)
MCMs (1 time)
2016 Acceleration and Parallelization of ZENO/Walk-on-Spheres.
Web of Science database
(2 times)
Neurosurgery
(1 time)
LSS (1 time)
USA (1 time)
2013 Yellow fever disease: density equalizing mapping and gender analysis of international research output.
water shower
(1 time)
Biophysics
(1 time)
DOA (1 time)
IF (1 time)
IM (1 time)
2018 Assessment of turkey vehicle container microclimate on transit during summer season conditions.
Web of Science citation
(1 time)
Drug Therapy
(1 time)
ABS (1 time)
ACB (1 time)
ADB (1 time)
2020 Quality of anticholinergic burden scales and their impact on clinical outcomes: a systematic review.
window of selection
(1 time)
Tropical Medicine
(1 time)
AR-LF (1 time)
ASMQ (1 time)
DHA-PPQ (1 time)
2015 Measuring windows of selection for anti-malarial drug treatments.
windows of susceptibility
(1 time)
Education
(1 time)
--- 2021 Women's Understanding of Windows of Susceptibility and the Role of the Environment in Breast Cancer Risk.