An early indicator of drug success: Top Journal Selectivity Index

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Title: An early indicator of drug success: Top Journal Selectivity Index
Author: Kissin, Igor
Citation: Kissin, Igor. 2013. An early indicator of drug success: top journal selectivity index. Drug Design, Development and Therapy 7: 93-98.
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Abstract: The Top Journal Selectivity Index (TJSI) is a scientometric index reflecting the potential importance of a new drug. It represents the ratio of the number of all types of articles on a particular drug in the top 20 journals relative to the number of articles in all (>5,000) biomedical journals covered by Medline over the 5 years since the drug’s introduction. The TJSI can be an indicator of a drug’s potential for sustained use: a higher score increases the probability of continuing success.
Published Version: doi:10.2147/DDDT.S37324
Other Sources: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3575128/pdf/
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