Bioinformatics publishes the 5th ?Hottest? paper of 2005
Oxford Journals are proud to announce that Bioinformatics published the 5th most highly cited paper of 2005. This is according to the March/April issue of Science Watch, the bimonthly newsletter from Thomson Scientific. In their annual round-up of the most influential research of the year, Thomson Scientific evaluated the number of citations received by each paper as indexed in its Web of Science database. In 2005, only the New England Journal of Medicine published articles that received more citations than the most highly cited paper from Bioinformatics. The paper, which received 90 citations, was published in Volume 21, Number 2 of Bioinformatics and is entitled Haploview:analysis and visualization of LD and haplotype maps by J. C. Barrett, B. Fry, J. Maller and M. J. Daly. You can read the abstract of this article, view the full text, and see a list ofthe papers that cited it, free of charge. You may also be interested to know that 3 articles from another Oxford Journal, Nucleic Acids Research, were ranked in the top40 most highly cited papers from 2005. They are: The Universal Protein Resource (UniProt), Amos Bairoch et al. CDD: a Conserved Domain Database for protein classification, Aron Marchler-Bauer, et al. NCBI Reference Sequence (RefSeq): a curated non-redundantsequence database of genomes, transcripts and proteins, Kim D. Pruitt, Tatiana Tatusova, and Donna R. Maglott.