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. 2020 Mar 20;77:103374.
doi: 10.1016/j.etap.2020.103374. Online ahead of print.

A Descriptive Bibliometric Study on Bioavailability of Pesticides in Vegetables, Food or Wine Research (1976-2018)

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A Descriptive Bibliometric Study on Bioavailability of Pesticides in Vegetables, Food or Wine Research (1976-2018)

Pedro Andreo-Martínez et al. Environ Toxicol Pharmacol. .

Abstract

A bibliometric analysis based on the Web of Science© (WOS) database was performed on bioavailability of pesticides in vegetables, food or wine related studies published from inception to 2018. A total of 1202 articles were subjected to examination. The results reveal that yearly production of scientific articles increased steadily. Journal and institution production, and author's keywords frequencies followed the Lotka's Law. Khan SU and White JC were the most productive authors. The most productive journals were Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry (55), and Journal of Ethnopharmacology (48), and the most common WOS subject category was Pharmacology & Pharmacy (419). USA (h-index of 40) produced 21.7 % of all articles, closely followed by China (20.6 %). Chinese Academy of Sciences (34) was the most productive research institutions. Finally, current and future trends in this area should focus on keywords such as pharmacokinetics, curcumin, in-vitro, nanoparticles, oral (bioavailability) and cell.

Keywords: Bibliometric review; Bioavailability; Food; Pesticides; Wine.

Conflict of interest statement

Declaration of Competing Interest The authors declare no conflict of interest.

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