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    2 643Aspelin et al44.58.12 571Brivet et al26.31.8 605Togel et al47.56.15 713Merten et al42.59.15 150PMID, PubMed Identifier. See on-line supplementary table S1 to get a total list of T100.Open Access (9510). Spearman test indicated an uptrend in PI-3065 site between the citation index and time (r=0.315, p<0.001). There is no correlation between time and number of citations (r=-0.003, p=0.975), but there was a positive correlation between time and citation index (r=0.347, p<0.001). Publishing journals of T100 articles The T100 articles were published in 30 journals (table 2), predominantly in general medical journals, led by the New England Journal of Medicine (n=17), followed by expert medical journals, led by the Journal of the American Society of Nephrology (n=16) and Kidney International (n=16; table 2). In addition, Journal of Clinical Investigation, Lancet, Journal of the American Medical Association, American Journal 2013/480630 of Medicine and Vital Care Medicine contributed 11, 7, five, 5 and 5 most cited articles, respectively. nature12715 The journals IFs of T100 articles ranged from 2.1 to 55.9. Lots of in the T100 articles have been published in the high-IF journals, whilst the journal IF was drastically correlated using the number of T100 articles (r=0.439, p=0.017), and the quantity of citations (r=0.476, p=0.009). Authorship, origins and institutions The majority (83.7 ) of T100 articles had been created by teams involving 3 authors. A list on the most often appearing authors is presented in table three. It really is clearly dominated by JV Bonventre, who authored ten T100 articles (initially author: five; corresponding author: 9) with aFigure 1 Numbers of articles published and number of citations in 5-year periods.correlated between the Internet of Science and Scopus database (r=0.770, p<0.001; r=0.791, p<0.001, respectively). The selected T100 articles were published between 1951 and 2011, with most articles published in the 2000s (n=77), and particularly the 5-year period from 2002 to 2006 (n=51), followed by the 1990s (n=22; figure 1). The most cited articles in a single year were 2004 and 2006 (each n=13). The number of citations was also the highest in the 2000s (30 537) followed by the 1990sTable 2 Journals in which the T100 articles were published Journal New England Journal of Medicine Journal of the American Society of Nephrology Kidney International Journal of Clinical Investigation Lancet JAMA–Journal of the American Medical Association American Journal of Medicine Critical Care Medicine American Journal of Physiology–Renal Physiology Critical Care Archives of Internal Medicine Journal of the American College of Cardiology Medicine Annals of Internal Medicine Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America American Journal of Kidney Diseases Clinical Journal of the American Society of Nephrology American Journal of Cardiology Number of articles (citations) 17 (7249) 16 (5470) 16 (5157) 11 (3930) 7 (3194) 5 (3095) 5 (2138) 5 (1935) 4 (1252) 4 (4379) 4 (1079) 3 (1238) 3 (971) 3 (864) 2 (683) 2 (627) 2 (604) 2 (482) Impact factor 55.87 9.34 8.56 13.22 45.22 35.29 5.00 6.31 3.25 4.48 17.33 16.50 5.72 17.8 9.67 5.90 4.61 3.28 5-year impact rstb.2014.0252 issue 54.39 five.47 7.89 14.05 42.72 31.03 5.26 6.29 3.51 five.14 13.10 14.10 five.29 17.47 10.56 5.56 five.47 3.The journals that only published one of several T100 articles had been shown beneath.