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Highly Accessed FindIt@Stanford Articles

  1. Cutaneous vasculitis.
    Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology, 2003
  2. Connections between sleep and cognition in older adults.
    Lancet neurology, 2014
  3. Identity crisis of Th17 cells: many forms, many functions, many questions.
    Seminars in immunology, 2013
  4. Afghan immigrant women's knowledge and behaviors around breast cancer screening.
    Psycho-oncology, 2013
  5. Emotional intelligence and psychological maladjustment in adolescence: a systematic review.
    Journal of adolescence, 2014
  6. Sleep and exercise: A reciprocal issue?
    Sleep medicine reviews, 2015
  7. Extensive tissue-related and allele-related mtDNA heteroplasmy suggests positive selection for somatic mutations.
    Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 2015
  8. First agreement analysis and day-to-day comparison of pharyngeal pH monitoring with pH/impedance monitoring in patients with suspected laryngopharyngeal reflux.
    Journal of gastrointestinal surgery, 2012
  9. Noradrenaline vs. terlipressin in the treatment of hepatorenal syndrome: a randomized study.
    Journal of hepatology, 2012
  10. Stem cells for murine interstitial cells of Cajal suppress cellular immunity and colitis via prostaglandin E2 secretion.
    Gastroenterology, 2015

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