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Liver Research is indexed in Scopus—the world’s largest citation database

On August 9, 2019, after being reviewed by the evaluation committee of Elsevier's Scopus, Liver Research was indexed in Scopus.

Owned by Elsevier, the world's largest publishing house, Scopus is the world's largest peer-reviewed scientific research management and subject planning database, including journal abstracts and citations from more than 16,000 scientific journals, more than 500 conference proceedings, more than 600 business publications, and more than 125 books or series. Scopus provides timely, effective, and authoritative information services that cover a wide range of disciplines, such as mathematics, physics, biology, life sciences, agriculture, earth and environmental sciences, engineering, psychology, and the social sciences. The CiteScore of Scopus is gradually becoming an academic evaluation index on a par with the Science Citation Index's impact factor.

The index of Liver Research in Scopus is another milestone marking its increased recognition by researchers worldwide. In addition, its articles will be more easily searchable and cited. It contributes to the construction of National Key Laboratory of Liver Disease and academic platform of the Third Affiliated Hospital of Sun Yat-Sen University, strengthens the international academic exchanges and helps the hospital raise its hepatopathy studies to new heights.

Liver Research is currently indexed in Scopus, Directory of Open Access Journals, and Embase databases. We sincerely thank our editors, experts, authors, and readers for their help and support! The editorial team of Liver Research will take this as a new starting point and strive to build Liver Research into the world's leading professional journal on liver disease.

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