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A Rapid Liquid Chromatographic Estimation of Brivaracetam and its Related ImpuritiesPankaj Bhamare

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Pharmaceutical Methods,2019,10,1,xx-xx.
Published:March 2019
Type:Original Article

A Rapid Liquid Chromatographic Estimation of Brivaracetam and its Related ImpuritiesPankaj Bhamare

Pankaj Bhamare, Rupal Dubey*, Neeraj Upamanyu

School of Pharmacy and Research, People’s University, Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh- 462037, INDIA.

Abstract:

A quantitative and qualitative description of nano-enabled drug delivery research in India is presented here based on measures like growth rate, global publications share, share of international collaborative papers, citations per paper and highly cited papers. Examines India’s research output on nanoenabled drug delivery on a series of bibliometric indicators. India published a total of 5897 publications in 24 years during 1995-2018 registering an average annual growth rate of 42.99%, citation impact of 22.90 citations per paper, global publication share of 11.11% and international collaborative publication share of 20.35%. Profiles global publication output and share of top 10 most productive countries in nano-enabled drug delivery research, 20 most productive Indian organizations and 20 most productive Indian authors on a series of indicators including publications output, number of citations, the relative citation index, citations per paper, h-index and share of international collaborative papers during 1995-18. Describes the scattering of research output of India across source journals and distribution of research by subject areas that intersect with nano-enabled drug delivery research. Suggest the need for India to develop specific plans of action and ensure its implementation at national level and also prioritize national goals for nano-enabled drug delivery research.

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