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Fig. 3

From: Improved dynamics of sharing research findings in the COVID-19 epidemic compared with the SARS and Ebola epidemics

Fig. 3

The Number of PubMed Publications Containing the Term Coronavirus in Their “Title/Abstract” From April 2002 to April 2004.

The Term Coronavirus was searched in the “title/abstract” of articles published in the PubMed database. The figure shows the number of publications based on their Date Created (DA) and consists of articles published from April 2002 to April 2004. The first Cases of the SARS epidemic occurred in November 2002, but unfortunately, china reported the SARS epidemic officially on 11 February 2003. The rise in the number of publications occurred approximately two months later, in April 2003. Dashed-line refers to the Number 14.39 in which a 99% significant increase occurs, and all of the Numbers higher than it are statistically significant (red bars)

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