Unified Citation Journals are indexed by many databases. “Indexed” means here simply “included in the database”. The index contains the metadata of articles.
The most important metadata are authors, title, abstract, year of publication and the link to the full paper. Each and every Unified Citation Journals maintains its own list of databases where it is indexed.
Important indexing and abstracting services are Scopus, Index Copernicus, Google Scholars, EBSCO, CABI, Chemical Abstracts Service (CAS), and Zoological Record (WOS).
Scopus: Managed by the distributing organization Elsevier, Scopus files diaries from the fields of science, innovation, medication, sociologies, and expressions, and humanities. It additionally gives research examination and the following apparatuses.
EMBASE (Excerpta Medica database): Also kept up by Elsevier, EMBASE is a biomedical database gotten to by analysts, data chiefs, administrative authorities, clinicians, clinical bookkeepers, teachers, and doctors. (Elsevier keeps up different databases, for example, EMcare and Engineering Village.)
PubMed: Maintained by the United States National Library of Medicine, PubMed covers biomedical writing from life science diaries and online books. It additionally gets to the MEDLINE bibliographic database of reference and edited compositions.
SCIE (Science Citation Index-Expanded): SCIE is an item by Thomson Reuters. It covers diaries from a scope of logical and specialized fields. It additionally gives a few information investigation alternatives.
BIOSIS Citation Index: Also, by Thomson Reuters, BIOSIS covers a scope of natural and biomedical sciences.
DOAJ (Directory of Open Access Journals): DOAJ is an online registry that lists and gives access to open access, peer-evaluated diaries covering history, religion, topography, language, and writing, and so on.
Ovid: Ovid is a part of Wolters Kluwer. Ovid databases spread a wide scope of themes including clinical medication, pharmacology.
EBSCO Information Services: The EBSCO database incorporates titles ordered by the organization just as diaries from different databases/distributors, for example, Medline and EconLit. The organization additionally keeps up Academic Search Complete, which covers the full-text of diaries.
BioOne Abstracts and Indexes: These give access to peer-inspected research in the natural, biological, and ecological sciences.