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  1. Development of two instruments examining stress and adjustment in children with cancer.
    Journal of pediatric oncology nursing, 1997
  2. IgM autoagglutinins in warm autoimmune hemolytic anemia: a poor prognostic feature.
    Acta haematologica, 1992
  3. Sociology and American Studies: A Case Study in the Limits of Interdisciplinarity.
    American sociologist, 2011
  4. Ultrasound-guided lumbar facet nerve block: a sonoanatomic study of a new methodologic approach.
    Anesthesiology, 2004
  5. Electronic Cigarette Use Among Korean Adolescents: A Cross-Sectional Study of Market Penetration, Dual Use, and Relationship to Quit Attempts and Former Smoking.
    Journal of adolescent health, 2013
  6. Comparison of concussive symptoms, cognitive performance, and psychological symptoms between acute blast-versus nonblast-induced mild traumatic brain injury.
    Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society, 2011
  7. PD-1 identifies the patient-specific CD8+ tumor-reactive repertoire infiltrating human tumors.
    The Journal of clinical investigation, 2014
  8. Risk factors for suicidal ideations in patients with bipolar disorder.
    Bipolar disorders, 2014
  9. Adaptive force transmission in amoeboid cell migration.
    Nature Cell Biology, 2009
  10. Distinct cell shapes determine accurate chemotaxis.
    Scientific Reports, 2013

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