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All articles published in Genome Biology are included in PubMed, the most widely used biomedical bibliographic database service, which is run by the US National Library of Medicine. Other bibliographic databases that index articles published in Genome Biology include:
- Biological Abstracts
- Global Health
- Google Scholar
- PubMed Central
- Science Citation Index
- Science Citation Index Expanded
- Zoological Record
The full text of all research articles published by BioMed Central is also available on SpringerLink.
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- If my article is published, which bibliographic databases will it be indexed in?
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