Table_1_Bibliometric Analysis of Dendritic Epidermal T Cell (DETC) Research From 1983 to 2019.XLSX (1.76 MB)

Table_1_Bibliometric Analysis of Dendritic Epidermal T Cell (DETC) Research From 1983 to 2019.XLSX

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posted on 12.03.2020 by Ziqin Deng, Hongwei Wang, Zhiye Chen, Ting Wang

Dendritic epidermal T cells (DETC) are a group of immune cells expressing canonical γδ TCR in the murine epidermis. Similar to γδ T cells in the human epidermis, DETC serve an important barrier cell in the skin and participate in skin immune surveillance, immune regulation, skin homeostasis, tissue protection, and other activities. Since its discovery in 1983, research on DETC has grown rapidly and unevenly. To evaluate DETC research trends and map the DETC knowledge structure, we have applied bibliometric methods and techniques. A total of 384 DETC-related articles obtained from the Scopus database published between 1983 and 2019 were analyzed using indicators of publication and citation metrics, country and international cooperation, author and co-authorship, and keyword co-occurrence cluster. The present research status, the emerging global trends and the future development direction are also visualized and discussed. In summary, this study provides novel and useful data for the DETC research scientific community, and will help researchers explore DETC more intuitively and effectively.

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