A scientometric analysis of Indian research output in Parasitology during 2007-2016

Abstract : The paper examines Indian publications on parasitological research during 2007-2016, as covered in Scopus database. Annual growth rate of World parasitology is 0.43% and growth rate in India is 0.27%. India's global share is increasing and 4/5th of the global parasitology publications are from ten countries, around a quarter are from USA. Half of the World parasitology documents are from USA, UK, Brazil and France. Average Relative Index was low in 2009 and high in 2016. Around half of the documents deals with medicine aspects, India collaborated with 115 countries, of which more with USA. Central Drug Research Institute, Lucknow produces the maximum documents. Dr. Shyam Sundar of Banaras Hindu University is the most productive author. Lion's share (97.39%) of the documents are published in journals and Journal of Parasitic Diseases is the most productive journal.
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Naheem K.T., Sivaraman P., G Saravanan. A scientometric analysis of Indian research output in Parasitology during 2007-2016. KELPRO Bulletin, Kerala Library Professional's Organization, Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala, India, 2019, 23 (1), pp.32-46. ⟨hal-02163141⟩

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