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Science Citation Index (SciSearch®), the multidisciplinary scientific and technical database produced by Thomson Reuters, contains bibliographic information and cited references from approximately 5,900 of the world's leading scientific, technical, and medical journals. Records from January 1991 to the present include abstracts, author keywords, and KeyWords Plus®. Authors, bibliographic information cited references, and KeyWords Plus are searchable.
Every subject area within the broad fields of science, technology, and biomedicine is included, such as:
Cover-to-cover indexing of every significant item from 5,900 leading scientific, technical, and medical journals
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