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Impact Factor: 2.042

ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2014: 35/76 (Pathology); 80/119 (Microbiology); 107/148 (Immunology)

Online ISSN: 1600-0463

Most Cited


These are the most cited articles in 2015 - published in APMIS in 2013 or 2014. Data compiled from Thomson ISI Web of Science®

The role of bacterial biofilms in chronic infections
Thomas Bjarnsholt
Volume: 121 Issue: s136

The human JC polyomavirus (JCPyV): virological background and clinical implications
Hans H. Hirsch, Piotr Kardas, Denise Kranz et al.
Volume: 121 Issue: 8

The 'Hygiene hypothesis' and the sharp gradient in the incidence of autoimmune and allergic diseases between Russian Karelia and Finland
Anita Kondrashova, Tapio Seiskari, Jorma Ilonen et al.
Volume: 121 Issue: 6

The trichodysplasia spinulosa-associated polyomavirus: virological background and clinical implications
Siamaque Kazem, Els van der Meijden and Mariet C. W. Feltkamp
Volume: 121 Issue: 8

Mutational analysis of DNMT3A gene in acute leukemias and common solid cancers
Min S. Kim, Yoo R. Kim, Nam J. Yoo et al.
Volume: 121 Issue: 2

Mutational and expressional analyses of SPOP, a candidate tumor suppressor gene, in prostate, gastric and colorectal cancers
Min S. Kim, Eun M. Je, Ji E. Oh et al.
Volume: 121 Issue: 7

Microbiology of hidradenitis suppurativa (acne inversa): a histological study of 27 patients
Anika C. Jahns, Hassan Killasli, Daniel Nosek et al.
Volume: 122 Issue: 9

Cancer cell micronucleus: an update on clinical and diagnostic applications
Alka Bhatia and Yashwant Kumar
Volume: 121 Issue: 7

Investigation of Acinetobacter baumannii resistance to carbapenems in Marseille hospitals, south of France: a transition from an epidemic to an endemic situation
Marie Kempf, Jean-Marc Rolain, Said Azza et al.
Volume: 121 Issue: 1

The human polyomaviruses: from orphans and mutants to patchwork family
Christine Hanssen Rinaldo and Hans H. Hirsch
Volume: 121 Issue: 8

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