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.

  2022 2021 2020 2019 2018

Year wise published articles

74 30 37 3 2

Year wise citations received

74 30 37 3 2
Journal total citations count 236
Journal Impact Factor 0.60
Journal 5 years impact factor 0.88
Journal CiteScore 0.71
Journal h-index 7
Journal h-index since 2018 5

Microbiogeographies: The lively cartographies of Homo microbis

Not infection with parasitic worms, but rather colonization with therapeutic helminths

Intestinal worms eating neuropsychiatric disorders? Apparently so

 The probiotic planet: using life to manage life

Anti-inflammatory potentials of excretory/secretory (ES) and somatic products of Marshallagia marshalli on allergic airway inflammation in BALB/c mice

Schistosoma japonicum peptide SJMHE1 suppresses airway inflammation of allergic asthma in mice

Immunization enhances the natural antibody repertoire

The benign helminth Hymenolepis diminuta ameliorates chemically induced colitis in a rat model system

Policy and regulations in light of the human body as a 'superorganism'containing multiple, intertwined symbiotic relationships

Hookworms make us human: The microbiome, eco?immunology, and a probiotic turn in western health care

Production and use of Hymenolepis diminuta cysticercoids as anti-inflammatory therapeutics

Evolution of the hygiene hypothesis into biota alteration theory: what are the paradigms and where are the clinical applications?

Helminth therapy–from the parasite perspective

Practices and outcomes of self-treatment with helminths based on physicians' observations

The untapped pharmacopeic potential of helminths

Microbiome and mental health in the modern environment

Parasites, ghosts and mutualists: a relational geography of microbes for global health

Alteration of the rat cecal microbiome during colonization with the helminth Hymenolepis diminuta

Got worms? Perinatal exposure to helminths prevents persistent immune sensitization and cognitive dysfunction induced by early-life infection

Probiotic environmentalities: Rewilding with wolves and worms