The online medical journal of Oncotarget is now accessible on the archive PubMed as well as on other prominent scientific archives and scientific research indexes. What is more, Oncotarget has started publishing twice a week instead of once a week according to its previous schedule. Oncotarget is focused on delivering accurate and well-researched data and information. The doubled plan will allow the online biomedical journals to provide more to the practitioners and other readers in their fanbase. Watch this video on Youtube.
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Oncotarget covers a lot of groups as it is a multidisciplinary journal. It is free to access on several archives such as PubMed, ISI/ Web of Science: Science Citation Index Expanded, Pub Med Central, Biological Abstracts, Scopus, EMBASE, as well as BIOSIS Preview.
Oncotarget has been working with the National Library of Medicine. The online biomedical journal is on its way to achieving one of its goals and submit a whole issue to the archives of PubMed after online publication. So far, Oncotarge thas uploaded its issues 31 through 34 of Volume 8 and issues 35 and 36 will quickly appear on the PubMed archives as well as the National Library of Medicine finishes processing them. Learn more about Oncotarget at Eurekalert.org.
The biomedical journal of Oncotarget started by publishing all things oncology. Later, the journal branched out and started covering several other topics as well which also increased its readership. Up to date, the topics published are Pathology, Immunology, Autophagy, Chromosomes, Microbiology, Aging, and a few more. Oncotarget has hinted that it might be looking to expand upon its disciplines further.
Over the years since 2010, Onotarget has published seven volumes, containing 324 issues in total. The online biomedical journal is currently working on its eight volume and is 36 issues in. Every paper that is published on Oncotarget receives a direct object identifier of DOI, The recommendations of the COPE or Committee of Publication Ethics are always applied too all published works in Oncotarget.
The Oncotarget journal is reviewed by peer experts. Its Editorial Board includes two Editors in Chief and more than a dozen members of the Founding Editorial Board. Every discipline has its editorial board with more than a dozen experts.
Learn more: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/journals/1558/