Two more BioMed Central journals on track for Impact Factors

We recently heard that two BioMed Central journals, Parasites & Vectors and Plant Methods, have been accepted for tracking by Thomson Reuters and will both receive Impact Factors in 2010.
Plant Methods launched in 2005 as part of BioMed Central’s independent journals program and has matured into a well-respected title in the field. Parasites & Vectors, which launched in January 2008, has rapidly become an authoritative home for research in parasitology, reflected by its acceptance for tracking by Thomson Reuters from its first issue.

These journals bring to a total of 71 BioMed Central journals that are tracked by Thomson Reuters and either have or are on course to receive an Impact Factor. More details are available from our website.

We would like to pass our congratulations to the Editors-in-Chief of each of these journals.

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