ISI to Release Series of Citation Indexes on CD-ROM

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ISI to Release Series of Citation Indexes on CD-ROM


ISI To Release Series of Citation Indexes on CD-ROM

The Institute for Scientific Information (ISI) will release three discipline specific Citation Indexes on CD-ROM early this Fall. The first of the series, Neuroscience Citation Index, with abstracts, is scheduled for release the end of this month.

The Neuroscience Citation Index will encompass areas of study involving the brain and nervous system. In addition to coverage of basic neuroscience, the index will also include related areas within medicine, psychology, and psychiatry.

This latest offering from ISI will offer total coverage of 200 journals related to the neurosciences. Relevant articles from the 7,000 additional journals covered in ISI's multidisciplinary database will also be included, resulting in coverage of an estimated 40,000-50,000 articles per year.

The second citation product scheduled for Fall release is the Chemistry Citation Index, with abstracts. This citation index will offer complete coverage of the significant journal literature in the field of chemistry.

Chemistry encompasses many different fields of study and the Chemistry Citation Index will offer coverage for each of the major areas - physical, analytical, organic, and inorganic chemistry. This will be the first chemistry index ISI has offered on CD-ROM.

This index will offer total coverage of more than 300 journals related specifically to chemistry. Relevant articles from the 7,000 additional journals covered in ISI's multidisciplinary database will also be included, resulting in coverage of an estimated 80,000-90,000 articles per year.

The third citation index product on CD-ROM will cover biotechnology. From gene mapping and sequencing to new applications in agriculture, medicine and industrial microbiology, biotechnology is not only an everyday part of the scientific world, but of industry as well. The Biotechnology Citation Index will span all aspects of biotechnology and the related fields of molecular biology, genetics, and applied microbiology, as well as environmental, social, and political issues related to biotechnology. …

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