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eJIFCC officially covered by SCOPUS – available in Elsevier products

Published: Tuesday, January 28, 2020

The electronic Journal of the IFCC (eJIFCC) is a platinum open-access journal, i.e. there is no charge to read, or to submit to this journal. Our numerous high-quality articles, debates, reviews, case studies and editorials are addressed to clinical laboratorians. We aim to assist the development of the field of clinical chemistry and laboratory medicine worldwide. Manuscripts are fully peer reviewed and immediately free to access and download from

eJIFCC is a member of the Committee on Publications Ethics -COPE

Elsevier products are used by leading research institutions, government organizations, decision-making bodies and corporate organizations around the world.

Coverage of the electronic Journal of IFCC (eJIFCC) in Elsevier products is an important milestone for IFCC as Scopus coverage significantly provides increased visibility and discoverability of our contents, improves access to eJIFCC articles and will promote IFCC internationally.

Prof. Tahir Pillay, IFCC Communications and Publications Division Chair, says: “This is an important step forward for IFCC as availability of eJIFCC in Scopus significantly improves access to eJIFCC articles and will promote IFCC internationally. I would like to thank the eJIFCC Editor-in-Chief, Professor János Kapplemayer, as well as the Editorial Board and other members of the Communications and Publications Division for their contributions to this important achievement". eJIFCC has seen a major improvement in both scientific content and publication format over the past few years again thanks to tireless efforts of the editor and the Editorial Board".

The Electronic Journal of IFCC (eJIFCC) is also officially indexed by MEDLINE/PUBMED. All issues from 1999 onward are available online and are indexed, searchable, downloadable, and citable from PubMed. Click here to access eJIFCC issues archived in PubMed Central 

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