Articles published in Single Cell Biology have been cited by esteemed scholars and scientists all around the world. Single Cell Biology has got h-index 7, which means every article in Single Cell Biology has got 7 average citations.

Following are the list of articles that have cited the articles published in Single Cell Biology.

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Year wise published articles

34 17 12 3 4

Year wise citations received

32 29 18 26 13
Journal total citations count 222
Journal Impact Factor 1.27
Journal 5 years Impact Factor 1.76
Journal CiteScore 2.32
Journal h-index 7
Important citations

A Machine Learning-Assisted Nanoparticle-Printed Biochip for Real-Time Single Cancer Cell Analysis

Single-cell analysis on stromal fibroblasts in the microenvironment of solid tumours

Metagenomics and Single-Cell Omics Data Analysis for Human Microbiome Research

Single-Cell Genomics and Epigenomics

Early stem cell aging in the mature brain

What did we learn from multiple omics studies in asthma?

Cancer: We Should Not Forget The Past

CaSpER identifies and visualizes CNV events by integrative analysis of single-cell or bulk RNA-sequencing data

Droplet Microarray Based on Superhydrophobic-Superhydrophilic Patterns for Single Cell Analysis

Recent advances and current issues in single-cell sequencing of tumors

NeuroSystematics and Periodic System of Neurons: Model vs Reference Species at Single-Cell Resolution

Gene expression variability in mammalian embryonic stem cells using single cell RNA-seq data

Microfluidics for research and applications in oncology

Detecting heterogeneity in single-cell RNA-Seq data by non-negative matrix factorization

A virus that infects a hyperthermophile encapsidates A-form DNA

Improved Vaccine against PRRSV: Current Progress and Future Perspective

Single-Cell Sequencing for Precise Cancer Research: Progress and Prospects

Single Cell Isolation and Analysis

Multiplex single-cell profiling of chromatin accessibility by combinatorial cellular indexing

The Impact of Custom Contracting and the Infomediary Role of Healthcare GPOs