2017 Impact Factors: Toxicology

2017 Impact Factors: Toxicology

Author: ChemistryViews.org & Wiley



Environmental and Molecular Mutagenesis

Impact Factor 2017: 3.254

Top cited article:
Kai Rothkamm, Stephen Barnard, Jayne Moquet, Michele Ellender, Zohaib Rana, Susanne Burdak‐Rothkamm
DNA damage foci: Meaning and significance

Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry

Impact Factor 2017: 3.179

Top cited article:
Tim aus der Beek, Frank-Andreas Weber, Axel Bergmann, Silke Hickmann, Ina Ebert, Arne Hein, Anette Küster
Pharmaceuticals in the environment—Global occurrences and perspectives

Basic & Clinical Pharmacology & Toxicology

Impact Factor 2017: 2.659

Top cited article:
Joao Rocha, Maria Eduardo‐Figueira, Andreia Barateiro, Adelaide Fernandes, Dora Brites, Rosario Bronze, Catarina MM Duarte, Ana Teresa Serra, Rui Pinto, Marisa Freitas, Eduarda Fernandes, Beatriz Silva‐Lima, Helder Mota‐Filipe, Bruno Sepodes
Anti‐inflammatory Effect of Rosmarinic Acid and an Extract of Rosmarinus officinalis in Rat Models of Local and Systemic Inflammation

Environmental Toxicology

Impact Factor 2017: 2.491

Top cited article:
Yuanxiang Jin, Songbin Zhang, Runhua Tao, Jie Huang, Xingzhi He, Lanya Qu, Zhengwei Fu
Oral exposure of mice to cadmium (II), chromium (VI) and their mixture induce oxidative‐ and endoplasmic reticulum‐stress mediated apoptosis in the livers

Birth Defects Research Part A: Clinical and Molecular Teratology

Impact Factor 2017: 1.603

Top cited article:
Jennita Reefhuis, Suzanne M. Gilboa, Marlene Anderka, Marilyn L. Browne, Marcia L. Feldkamp, Charlotte A. Hobbs, Mary M. Jenkins, Peter H. Langlois, Kimberly B. Newsome, Andrew F. Olshan, Paul A. Romitti, Stuart K. Shapira, Gary M. Shaw, Sarah C. Tinker, Margaret A. Honein, the National Birth Defects Prevention Study
The national birth defects prevention study: A review of the methods

Birth Defects Research Part B: Developmental and Reproductive Toxicology

Impact Factor 2017: 1.244

Top cited article:
Noriko Nakamura, Amy L. Inselman, Gene A. White, Ching‐Wei Chang, Raul A. Trbojevich, Estatira Sephr, Kristie L. Voris, Ralph E. Patton, Matthew S. Bryant, Wafa Harrouk, Barry S. McIntyre, Paul M.D. Foster, Deborah K. Hansen
Effects of Maternal and Lactational Exposure to 2‐Hydroxy‐4‐Methoxybenzone on Development and Reproductive Organs in Male and Female Rat Offspring


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