High citation score of VitaK Research
VitaK is proud to announce that our publication showing the beneficial effects of vitamin K2 on bone strength in postmenopausal women was one of the five mostly cited papers as measured over a 3-year period. The study was published in Osteoporosis International, a well-reputed journal with an impact factor of 5.0.
The email from the Editor in which this is confirmed is reproduced below.
Dear Dr. Vermeer,
Re: Vitamin K-2 supplementation improves hip bone geometry and bone strength indices in postmenopausal women. Osteoporosis International 2007; 18: 963-972.
As the Springer Editor of Osteoporosis International I am delighted to be able to inform you that when we ran our annual report at the end of 2010 your article was one of the top 5 most highly cited Original Research articles published in the journal between 2007-2009.
As lead author of a highly cited article we would like to send you a certificate in recognition of your contribution.
Many thanks for choosing to submit your work to Osteoporosis International!
With very best wishes,
Editor, Clinical Medicine Journals
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