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Highly Accessed FindIt@Stanford Articles

  1. Identity crisis of Th17 cells: many forms, many functions, many questions.
    Seminars in immunology, 2013
  2. Cutaneous vasculitis.
    Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology, 2003
  3. Evolutionarily conserved regulation of hypocretin neuron specification by Lhx9.
    Development, 2015
  4. Neural development and regeneration: it's all in your spinal cord.
    Development, 2015
  5. De Novo Mutations in NALCN Cause a Syndrome Characterized by Congenital Contractures of the Limbs and Face, Hypotonia, and Developmental Delay.
    American journal of human genetics, 2015
  6. Electroencephalographic effects of benzodiazepines. II. Pharmacodynamic modeling of the electroencephalographic effects of midazolam and diazepam.
    Clinical pharmacology & therapeutics, 1990
  7. Italian archives of biology | Archives Italiennes de biologie
    Panace@, 2013
  8. Malignant lesions are rare in medial third of the clavicle in children: the European Juvenile Medial End of Clavicle Tumour study.
    Journal of pediatric orthopedics. Part B, 2011
  9. Molecular mechanisms of alcohol-mediated carcinogenesis.
    Nature Reviews. Cancer, 2007
  10. "In sickness and in health"? Disclosures of genetic risks in dating
    Journal of Genetic Counseling, 2011

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