Highly Accessed FindIt@Stanford Articles
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- Hyperhidrosis: anatomy, pathophysiology and treatment with emphasis on the role of
botulinum toxins.Toxins, 2013
- Regulation of autosensitisation to encephalitogenic myelin basic protein by macrophage-association
and soluble antigen.Nature, 1977
- Use of frozen section in genitourinary pathology.Pathology, 2012
- The autoimmune side of heart and lung diseases.Clinical reviews in allergy & immunology, 2013
- The effect of sertraline add-on to brief dynamic psychotherapy for the treatment of
postpartum depression: a randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled study.The Journal of clinical psychiatry, 2012
- Clinical and posturographic correlates of falling in Parkinson's disease.Movement disorders, 2013
- The many forks in FOXO's road.Science's signal transduction knowledge environment, 2003
- New era of Asian cardiovascular and thoracic annals.Asian cardiovascular and thoracic annals, 2003
- Validity and reliability of the Experience-Sampling Method.The journal of nervous and mental disease, 1987
- Circulating angiogenic factors in early pregnancy and the risk of preeclampsia, intrauterine
growth restriction, spontaneous preterm birth, and stillbirth.Obstetrics and gynecology, 2007
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