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  1. Tfr cells and IgA join forces to diversify the microbiota.
    Immunity, 2014
  2. NEJM group - More offerings, mission unchanged
    The New England journal of medicine, 2013
  3. Preoperative cessation of smoking and pulmonary complications in coronary artery bypass patients.
    Anesthesiology, 1984
  4. RAS/ERK signaling controls proneural genetic programs in cortical development and gliomagenesis.
    The Journal of neuroscience, 2014
  5. Update 2011: leflunomide in rheumatoid arthritis - strengths and weaknesses.
    Current opinion in rheumatology, 2011
  6. Early-life stress and HPA axis trigger recurrent adulthood depression.
    Epilepsy & behavior, 2013
  7. Early histories of school-aged children with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder.
    Child development, 2008
  8. Observations of the vibration of the basilar membrane in squirrel monkeys using the Mössbauer technique.
    The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 1971
  9. Quality of life as a predictor of weight loss in obese, early-stage breast cancer survivors.
    Oncology nursing forum, 2007
  10. The impact of inoperable advanced basal cell carcinoma: the economic, physical, and psychological burden of the disease.
    Journal of drugs in dermatology, 2013

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