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    doi:ten.1136/bmjopen-2016-Open AccessTable 3 Authors with two or far more top-cited buy Plerixafor articles Rank 1 2 3 four five six 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 Author Bonventre Devarajan Chertow Mehta Parikh Marenzi Schrier Camussi Dangas Kellum McCullough Schiffl Westenfelder Parfrey Bates Coca Number s12887-015-0481-x of articles 10 8 six 6 4 3 three two 2 two two two two two 2 two First five 1 three 4 2 three two 1 two two 1 1 2 Correspond 9 5 five three four three three two 2 2 two 2 2 1 Other 1 3 1 1 Citations (1st and correspond) 4263 2464 2353 2757 996 813 1095 452 934 1788 1101 677 761 892 226 486 Total citations 4527 3428 2579 4728 813 1095 1634 452 934 1788 1101 677 761 892 journal.pone.0133807 11191total of 4527 citations, and P Devarajan, who authored eight T100 articles with 3428 citations. The T100 articles originated from 15 nations, led by the USA (n=81) followed by Italy (n=9), Germany (n=7), France (n=5) along with the UK (n=5), with all other countries getting <5 publications, as shown in figure 2. Articles originating from the USA also had the highest mean number of citations (mean 384 citations per article). Of the total T100 articles, the leading institutions with the most 00480169.2014.963792 productive articles were Brigham and Women’s Hospital (Boston, Massachusetts, USA), Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Health-related Center (Cincinnati, Ohio, USA) along with the University of California, San Francisco (San Francisco, California, USA), with 5 articles each. The institution ranking subsequent could be the Yale University (West Haven, Connecticut, USA; table four).Figure two Nations of origin of your leading 100 cited articles on acute kidney injury.Publication form and areas of study The T100 articles included 69 clinical research, 25 basic science research, 21 reviews, five meta-analyses and 3 clinical recommendations (figure three). The amount of total citations per article ranged from 218 to 1652 (median, 303) for clinical research, and from 215 to 814 (median, 257) for basic science. Of your 69 clinical articles, the most common type was prospective observational research (n=35), followed by RCTs (n=16), retrospective research (n=16) and case reports (n=2). In addition, 75 of the 16 RCTs were published inside the journals with higher IF, 8 in New England Journal of Medicine, 2 in Lancet and two in JAMA. Only 18 of your 51 observational studies had been published in journals with high IF, and the majority of them (47 ) presented open access selections, and all of them have been from potential observational research, which includes four in New England Journal of Medicine, two in Lancet and 3 in JAMA. In addition, potential observational studies had a larger median citation of per short article than the retrospective research (median 298 vs 292). The primary goal of these clinical studies incorporated evaluation of a therapy approach (n=16), description of biomarkers or risk model to stop AKI (n=9 and n=3, respectively), description of epidemiology (n=27), evaluation of a diagnostic modality (n=5) and other folks (n=9). With regard to the causes of AKI in clinical researches, most articles (55 ) included sufferers with any reason for A.