The Journal Search page allows you to search for specific titles.
Select a search option from the Search by menu. The options are: Full
Journal Title, Abbreviated Journal Title, Title
Word, and ISSN.
Enter a title, a partial title, a title word, or an ISSN. Capitalization
does not affect your search.
Click the Search button.
Full Journal Title
Enter a journal title or a partial title with a wildcard. As an alternative,
click view list of full journal titles, and then cut and paste
a title from the list.
The asterisk (*)wildcard represents any number of characters, including
no characters. At least one character is required before the asterisk.
- Journal of Mathematical Chemistry matches Journal of Mathematical
- Journal of Math* matches Journal of Mathematical Biology,
Journal of Mathematical Chemistry, Journal of Mathematical Economics,
Abbreviated Journal Title
Enter an abbreviated journal title. The abbreviated journal title must
be the JCR abbreviated title, not the ISO abbreviated title. You may use
the asterisk wildcard to truncate abbreviated titles.
Mol Mater matches Mol Mater (Molecular Materials).
Mol* finds Mol Biol Cell (Molecular Biology of the Cell),
Mol Cell Biol (Molecular and Cellular Biology), Mol Mater
(Molecular Materials), etc.
Mol Cancer* finds Mol Cancer Res (Molecular Cancer Research)
and Mol Cancer Ther (Molecular Cancer Therapeutics).
Find journals whose title contains the word you enter. Truncate to find
plurals and variant spellings.
Ocean finds Applied Ocean Research, China Ocean Engineering,
Ocean & Coastal Management, etc.
Ocean* finds the same titles that Ocean finds, as well as Fish
Oceanography, Oceanology, and other titles that contains a word beginning
Ocean Eng* finds China Ocean Engineering, Ocean Engineering,
and Journal of Waterway Port Coastal and Ocean Engineering-ASCE.
Find the journal whose ISSN matches
exactly the number you enter. Keep in mind that a journal may have two
ISSNs if it is published as printed journal and an electronic journal.
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