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Clarification

The article "Citation Records Show U.S.'s Top Schools In Clinical Medicine Research" (The Scientist, Oct. 30, 1995, page 14), reprinted from the Institute for Scientific Information newsletter Science Watch, omitted the Baylor College of Medicine in Houston. This institution should have been ranked eighth in output of clinical medicine papers during the five-year period 1990-94 and 24th in impact (citations per paper). The complete statistics for Baylor College of Medicine in clinical medicine,

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The article "Citation Records Show U.S.'s Top Schools In Clinical Medicine Research" (The Scientist, Oct. 30, 1995, page 14), reprinted from the Institute for Scientific Information newsletter Science Watch, omitted the Baylor College of Medicine in Houston. This institution should have been ranked eighth in output of clinical medicine papers during the five-year period 1990-94 and 24th in impact (citations per paper). The complete statistics for Baylor College of Medicine in clinical medicine, 1990-94, are as follows: 4,147 papers, 22,502 citations, and 5.43 citations per paper. The corrected tables can be found on The Scientist's Web site, http://165.123.33.33/yr1996/sept/clarif951030_p14_960930.html.


A letter by Ronald D. Hood in the Aug. 19, 1996, issue of The Scientist (page 13) contained an incorrect E-mail address for Hood. The correct E-mail address is rhood@biology.as.ua.edu. (The Scientist, Vol:10, #20, pg.12, October 14, 1996)

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