Citations Report

Journal of Evolutionary Medicine : Citations & Metrics Report

Articles published in Journal of Evolutionary Medicine have been cited by esteemed scholars and scientists all around the world. Journal of Evolutionary Medicine has got h-index 7, which means every article in Journal of Evolutionary Medicine has got 7 average citations.

Following are the list of articles that have cited the articles published in Journal of Evolutionary Medicine.

  2021 2020 2019 2018 2017

Year wise published articles

30 37 3 2 3

Year wise citations received

35 21 20 23 25
Journal total citations count 202
Journal CiteScore 2.29
Journal h-index 7
Journal h-index since 2017 5

Benigní helmint Hymenolepis diminuta pozitivn? ovliv?uje chemicky vyvolanou kolitidu u potkaního modelu

Between a hygiene rock and a hygienic hard place

Hymenolepis diminuta-based helminth therapy in C3(1)-TAg mice does not alter breast tumor onset or progression

Acetaminophen as a cause of the autism pandemic? It makes absolutely no sense… at first.

Acetaminophen as a cause of the autism pandemic? It makes absolutely no sense… at first.

Social Impacts of Gulley Erosion in Kenya: A Study of Kisumu West Constituency of Kenya

Helminth Interactions with Bacteria in the Host Gut Are Essential for Its Immunomodulatory Effect. Microorganisms 

Helminth Interactions with Bacteria in the Host Gut Are Essential for Its Immunomodulatory Effect

Helminth Therapy: A Promising Approach to Treating Crohn's Disease and Asthma

Brave new worms

The human microbiome, conventional medicine, and homeopathy

Potential application of helminth therapy for resolution of neuroinflammation in neuropsychiatric disorders

Helminths: ASD Cause or Potential Treatment

Between a hygiene rock and a hygienic hard place: Avoiding SARS-CoV-2 while needing environmental exposures for immunity

Production of Hymenolepis diminuta in the Laboratory: An Old Research Tool with New Clinical Applications

Production of Hymenolepis diminuta in the Laboratory: An Old Research Tool with New Clinical Applications

Genetic diversity of the potentially therapeutic tapeworm Hymenolepis diminuta (Cestoda: Cyclophyllidea)

Socio-medical studies of individuals self-treating with helminths suggest that most clinical trials assessing helminth therapy may be designed to fail

Socio-medical studies of individuals self-treating with helminths suggest that most clinical trials assessing helminth therapy may be designed to fail

Microbiogeographies: The lively cartographies of Homo microbis