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Highly Accessed FindIt@Stanford Articles

  1. Cutaneous vasculitis.
    Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology, 2003
  2. Evolutionarily conserved regulation of hypocretin neuron specification by Lhx9.
    Development, 2015
  3. Identity crisis of Th17 cells: many forms, many functions, many questions.
    Seminars in immunology, 2013
  4. Neural development and regeneration: it's all in your spinal cord.
    Development, 2015
  5. Italian archives of biology | Archives Italiennes de biologie
    Panace@, 2013
  6. Connections between sleep and cognition in older adults.
    Lancet neurology, 2014
  7. Pain in the ICU: a psychiatric perspective.
    Journal of intensive care medicine, 2013
  8. Adverse events for hospitalized medicare patients: is there a difference between HMO and FFS enrollees?
    Social work in public health, 2013
  9. Afghan immigrant women's knowledge and behaviors around breast cancer screening.
    Psycho-oncology, 2013
  10. ÔAlternative ways of assessing model fitÕ
    Sociological methods & research, 1992

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