Food and Waterborne Parasitology is now cited in Pubmed!
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Food and Waterborne Parasitology’s 2018 Cite Score of 3.35 ranks in the 86th percentile (#9 of 61) among parasitology journals and continues to increase. Papers published in the journal are indexed and searchable in PubMed Central as well as Google Scholar and Scopus – the world’s largest abstract and citation database of peer-reviewed literature.