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  1. Ultrasound-guided lumbar facet nerve block: a sonoanatomic study of a new methodologic approach.
    Anesthesiology, 2004
  2. PD-1 identifies the patient-specific CD8+ tumor-reactive repertoire infiltrating human tumors.
    The Journal of clinical investigation, 2014
  3. Anatomic variants of arteries often coil-occluded prior to hepatic radioembolization.
    Acta radiologica, 2014
  4. Reliability of magnetic resonance imaging in detecting posterior ligament complex injury in thoracolumbar spinal fractures
    Spine (Philadelphia, Pa. 1976), 2000
  5. Sociology and American Studies: A Case Study in the Limits of Interdisciplinarity.
    American sociologist, 2011
  6. Mechanism of shape determination in motile cells.
    Nature, 2008
  7. Mechanisms of leading edge protrusion in interstitial migration.
    Nature communications, 2013
  8. The multiple faces of leukocyte interstitial migration.
    Seminars in immunopathology, 2014
  9. Adaptive force transmission in amoeboid cell migration.
    Nature Cell Biology, 2009
  10. Changes in cell morphology are coordinated with cell growth through the TORC1 pathway.
    Current biology, 2013

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