Recent Stanford Publications in PubMed

  1. An Assessment of the Cox Proportional Hazards Regression Model for Epidemiologic Studies.
    Moolgavkar SH, Chang ET, Watson HN, Lau EC
    Risk Anal
  2. Appreciation of symmetry in natural product synthesis.
    Bai WJ, Wang X
    Nat Prod Rep
  3. Hydrogen-bearing iron peroxide and the origin of ultralow-velocity zones.
    Liu J, Hu Q, Young Kim D, Wu Z, Wang W, Xiao Y, Chow P, Meng Y, Prakapenka VB, Mao HK, Mao WL
    Nature
  4. A gut bacterial pathway metabolizes aromatic amino acids into nine circulating metabolites.
    Dodd D, Spitzer MH, Van Treuren W, Merrill BD, Hryckowian AJ, Higginbottom SK, Le A, Cowan TM, Nolan GP, Fischbach MA, Sonnenburg JL
    Nature
  5. Vulnerabilities in sequencing and task switching in healthy youth offspring of parents with mood disorders.
    Singh MK, Leslie SM, Bhattacharjee K, Gross M, Weisman EF, Soudi LM, Phillips OR, Onopa A
    J Clin Exp Neuropsychol
  6. Some Questions Pondered on Health and Humanities: Prospects, Opportunities and Challenges.
    Lock J
    Acad Psychiatry
  7. Myocardial perfusion reserve quantified by cardiac magnetic resonance imaging is associated with late gadolinium enhancement in hypertrophic cardiomyopathy.
    Tezuka D, Kosuge H, Terashima M, Koyama N, Kishida T, Tada Y, Suzuki JI, Sasano T, Ashikaga T, Hirao K, Isobe M
    Heart Vessels
  8. Addressing the Causality Gap in Human Psychiatric Neuroscience.
    Etkin A
    JAMA Psychiatry
  9. Efficacy and Safety of Titanium Miniplates for Patients Undergoing Septorhinoplasty.
    Mittermiller PA, Sheckter CC, Most SP
    JAMA Facial Plast Surg
  10. Two-dimensional limit of crystalline order in perovskite membrane films.
    Hong SS, Yu JH, Lu D, Marshall AF, Hikita Y, Cui Y, Hwang HY
    Sci Adv
  11. Diffusion Tensor Imaging in an Infant Undergoing Functional Hemispherectomy: A Surgical Aid.
    Ho AL, Pendharkar AV, Sussman ES, Casazza M, Grant GA
    Cureus
  12. Metagenomic analysis of intertidal hypersaline microbial mats from Elkhorn Slough, California, grown with and without molybdate.
    D'haeseleer P, Lee JZ, Prufert-Bebout L, Burow LC, Detweiler AM, Weber PK, Karaoz U, Brodie EL, Glavina Del Rio T, Tringe SG, Bebout BM, Pett-Ridge J
    Stand Genomic Sci
  13. Single-cell analysis reveals the continuum of human lympho-myeloid progenitor cells.
    Karamitros D, Stoilova B, Aboukhalil Z, Hamey F, Reinisch A, Samitsch M, Quek L, Otto G, Repapi E, Doondeea J, Usukhbayar B, Calvo J, Taylor S, Goardon N, Six E, Pflumio F, Porcher C, Majeti R, Göttgens B, Vyas P
    Nat Immunol
  14. Long-Read Sequencing of Human Cytomegalovirus Transcriptome Reveals RNA Isoforms Carrying Distinct Coding Potentials.
    Balázs Z, Tombácz D, Szűcs A, Csabai Z, Megyeri K, Petrov AN, Snyder M, Boldogkői Z
    Sci Rep
  15. Transcription factor NF-κB is modulated by symbiotic status in a sea anemone model of cnidarian bleaching.
    Mansfield KM, Carter NM, Nguyen L, Cleves PA, Alshanbayeva A, Williams LM, Crowder C, Penvose AR, Finnerty JR, Weis VM, Siggers TW, Gilmore TD
    Sci Rep
  16. Inverted encoding models of human population response conflate noise and neural tuning width.
    Liu T, Cable D, Gardner JL
    J Neurosci
  17. Longitudinal FGF23 Trajectories and Mortality in Patients with CKD.
    Isakova T, Cai X, Lee J, Xie D, Wang X, Mehta R, Allen NB, Scialla JJ, Pencina MJ, Anderson AH, Talierco J, Chen J, Fischer MJ, Steigerwalt SP, Leonard MB, Hsu CY, de Boer IH, Kusek JW, Feldman HI, Wolf M, Chronic Renal Insufficiency Cohort (CRIC) Study Investigators
    J Am Soc Nephrol
  18. Underlying mechanisms of mistreatment in the surgical learning environment: A thematic analysis of medical student perceptions.
    Brandford E, Hasty B, Bruce JS, Bereknyei Merrell S, Shipper ES, Lin DT, Lau JN
    Am J Surg

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