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Recent Stanford Publications in PubMed

  1. Chains of risk for alcohol use disorder: Mediators of exposure to neighborhood deprivation in early and middle childhood.
    Karriker-Jaffe KJ, Lönn SL, Cook WK, Kendler KS, Sundquist K
    Health Place
  2. Preoperative Breast Magnetic Resonance Imaging Use by Breast Density and Family History of Breast Cancer.
    Henderson LM, Hubbard RA, Zhu W, Weiss J, Wernli KJ, Goodrich ME, Kerlikowske K, DeMartini W, Ozanne EM, Onega T
    J Womens Health (Larchmt)
  3. In vitro and in vivo metabolite identification of a novel benzimidazole compound ZLN005 by LC-MS/MS.
    Sun W, Nguyen KD, Fitch WL, Banister SD, Tang H, Zhang X, Yu L, Engleman EG, Rajadas J
    Rapid Commun Mass Spectrom
  4. Cost-effectiveness of alternative strategies for provision of HIV pre-exposure prophylaxis for people who inject drugs.
    Fu R, Owens DK, Brandeau ML
  5. Family history of autoimmune diseases and risk of gastric cancer: a national cohort study.
    Ji J, Sundquist J, Sundquist K
    Eur J Cancer Prev
  6. Exogenous oestrogen inhibits genital transmission of cell-associated HIV-1 in DMPA-treated humanized mice.
    Quispe Calla NE, Vicetti Miguel RD, Glick ME, Kwiek JJ, Gabriel JM, Cherpes TL
    J Int AIDS Soc
  7. Impact of Genetic Ancestry on Outcomes in ECOG-ACRIN-E5103.
    Schneider BP, Shen F, Jiang G, O'Neill A, Radovich M, Li L, Gardner L, Lai D, Foroud T, Sparano JA, Sledge GW, Miller KD
    JCO Precis Oncol
  8. Barriers to care for chronic hepatitis C in the direct-acting antiviral era: a single-centre experience.
    Nguyen P, Vutien P, Hoang J, Trinh S, Le A, Yasukawa LA, Weber S, Henry L, Nguyen MH
    BMJ Open Gastroenterol
  9. Vancomycin-resistant enterococcus infection in the hematopoietic stem cell transplant recipient: an overview of epidemiology, management, and prevention.
    Benamu E, Deresinski S
  10. Developing data interoperability using standards: A wheat community use case.
    Dzale Yeumo E, Alaux M, Arnaud E, Aubin S, Baumann U, Buche P, Cooper L, Ćwiek-Kupczyńska H, Davey RP, Fulss RA, Jonquet C, Laporte MA, Larmande P, Pommier C, Protonotarios V, Reverte C, Shrestha R, Subirats I, Venkatesan A, Whan A, Quesneville H
  11. Response of Pacific-sector Antarctic ice shelves to the El Niño/Southern Oscillation.
    Paolo FS, Padman L, Fricker HA, Adusumilli S, Howard S, Siegfried MR
    Nat Geosci
  12. Improving immune-vascular crosstalk for cancer immunotherapy.
    Huang Y, Kim BYS, Chan CK, Hahn SM, Weissman IL, Jiang W
    Nat Rev Immunol
  13. Patch testing for nonimmediate cutaneous adverse drug reactions.
    Zinn Z, Gayam S, Chelliah MP, Honari G, Teng J
    J Am Acad Dermatol
  14. A provisional tool for the measurement of sleep satisfaction.
    Ohayon MM, Chen MC, Bixler E, Dauvilliers Y, Gozal D, Plazzi G, Vitiello MV, Paskow M, Roach A, Hirshkowitz M
    Sleep Health
  15. Domestic Violence Counseling in Rural Northern China: Gender, Social Harmony, and Human Rights.
    Xie L, Eyre SL, Barker J
    Violence Against Women
  16. Building a Novel Health Curriculum for Survivors of Intimate Partner Violence Residing at a Transitional Housing Program.
    Ragavan M, Bruce J, Bair-Merritt M, Lucha S, Maya-Silva J, Stebbins E, Chamberlain L
    Violence Against Women
  17. Intrafractional Tracking Accuracy of a Transperineal Ultrasound Image Guidance System for Prostate Radiotherapy.
    Yu AS, Najafi M, Hristov DH, Phillips T
    Technol Cancer Res Treat
  18. Comprehensive computational design of ordered peptide macrocycles.
    Hosseinzadeh P, Bhardwaj G, Mulligan VK, Shortridge MD, Craven TW, Pardo-Avila F, Rettie SA, Kim DE, Silva DA, Ibrahim YM, Webb IK, Cort JR, Adkins JN, Varani G, Baker D
  19. Axicabtagene Ciloleucel CAR T-Cell Therapy in Refractory Large B-Cell Lymphoma.
    Neelapu SS, Locke FL, Bartlett NL, Lekakis LJ, Miklos DB, Jacobson CA, Braunschweig I, Oluwole OO, Siddiqi T, Lin Y, Timmerman JM, Stiff PJ, Friedberg JW, Flinn IW, Goy A, Hill BT, Smith MR, Deol A, Farooq U, McSweeney P, Munoz J, Avivi I, Castro JE, Westin JR, Chavez JC, Ghobadi A, Komanduri KV, Levy R, Jacobsen ED, Witzig TE, Reagan P, Bot A, Rossi J, Navale L, Jiang Y, Aycock J, Elias M, Chang D, Wiezorek J, Go WY
    N Engl J Med
  20. Vasohibins/SVBP are tubulin carboxypeptidases (TCPs) that regulate neuron differentiation.
    Aillaud C, Bosc C, Peris L, Bosson A, Heemeryck P, Van Dijk J, Le Friec J, Boulan B, Vossier F, Sanman LE, Syed S, Amara N, Couté Y, Lafanechère L, Denarier E, Delphin C, Pelletier L, Humbert S, Bogyo M, Andrieux A, Rogowski K, Moutin MJ
  21. Aromatic side-chain conformational switch on the surface of the RNA Recognition Motif enables RNA discrimination.
    Diarra Dit Konté N, Krepl M, Damberger FF, Ripin N, Duss O, Šponer J, Allain FH
    Nat Commun
  22. Immunotherapy in urothelial cancer, part 1: T-cell checkpoint inhibition in advanced or metastatic disease.
    Yu SS, Dorff TB, Ballas LK, Sadeghi S, Skinner EC, Quinn DI
    Clin Adv Hematol Oncol
  23. Predicting biomedical metadata in CEDAR: A study of Gene Expression Omnibus (GEO).
    Panahiazar M, Dumontier M, Gevaert O
    J Biomed Inform
  24. CPT1A Missense Mutation Associated With Fatty Acid Metabolism and Reduced Height in Greenlanders.
    Skotte L, Koch A, Yakimov V, Zhou S, Søborg B, Andersson M, Michelsen SW, Navne JE, Mistry JM, Dion PA, Pedersen ML, Børresen ML, Rouleau GA, Geller F, Melbye M, Feenstra B
    Circ Cardiovasc Genet
  25. Rituximab-containing reduced-intensity conditioning improves progression-free survival following allogeneic transplantation in B cell non-Hodgkin lymphoma.
    Epperla N, Ahn KW, Ahmed S, Jagasia M, DiGilio A, Devine SM, Jaglowski S, Kennedy V, Rezvani AR, Smith SM, Sureda A, Fenske TS, Kharfan-Dabaja MA, Armand P, Hamadani M
    J Hematol Oncol
  26. Dynamic strategy for personalized medicine: An application to metastatic breast cancer.
    Chen X, Shachter RD, Kurian AW, Rubin DL
    J Biomed Inform
  27. Use of ontology structure and Bayesian models to aid the crowdsourcing of ICD-11 sanctioning rules.
    Lou Y, Tu SW, Nyulas C, Tudorache T, Chalmers RJG, Musen MA
    J Biomed Inform
  28. Extraction of left ventricular ejection fraction information from various types of clinical reports.
    Kim Y, Garvin JH, Goldstein MK, Hwang TS, Redd A, Bolton D, Heidenreich PA, Meystre SM
    J Biomed Inform
  29. Cognitive engineering and health informatics: Applications and intersections.
    Hettinger AZ, Roth EM, Bisantz AM
    J Biomed Inform
  30. What's Ideal? A case study exploring handoff routines in practice.
    Haque SN, Østerlund CS, Fagan LM
    J Biomed Inform
  31. Gene Transfer in Cardiomyocytes Derived from ES and iPS Cells.
    Stillitano F, Karakikes I, Hajjar RJ
    Methods Mol Biol
  32. Lipidoid mRNA Nanoparticles for Myocardial Delivery in Rodents.
    Turnbull IC, Eltoukhy AA, Anderson DG, Costa KD
    Methods Mol Biol
  33. Efficient Genome Editing in Induced Pluripotent Stem Cells with Engineered Nucleases In Vitro.
    Termglinchan V, Seeger T, Chen C, Wu JC, Karakikes I
    Methods Mol Biol
  34. The Cytoarchitecture of Domain-specific Regions in Human High-level Visual Cortex.
    Weiner KS, Barnett MA, Lorenz S, Caspers J, Stigliani A, Amunts K, Zilles K, Fischl B, Grill-Spector K
    Cereb Cortex
  35. Analysis of CYP1B1 in pediatric and adult glaucoma and other ocular phenotypes.
    Reis LM, Tyler RC, Weh E, Hendee KE, Kariminejad A, Abdul-Rahman O, Ben-Omran T, Manning MA, Yesilyurt A, McCarty CA, Kitchner TE, Costakos D, Semina EV
    Mol Vis
  36. GABAergic hyperinnervation of dentate granule cells in the Ts65Dn mouse model of down syndrome: Exploring the role of App.
    Mojabi FS, Fahimi A, Moghadam S, Moghadam S, Windy McNerneny M, Ponnusamy R, Kleschevnikov A, Mobley WC, Salehi A
  37. Sex Differences in Survival From Out-of-Hospital Cardiac Arrest in the Era of Regionalized Systems and Advanced Post-Resuscitation Care.
    Bosson N, Kaji AH, Fang A, Thomas JL, French WJ, Shavelle D, Niemann JT
    J Am Heart Assoc
  38. MKEY, a Peptide Inhibitor of CXCL4-CCL5 Heterodimer Formation, Protects Against Stroke in Mice.
    Fan Y, Xiong X, Zhang Y, Yan D, Jian Z, Xu B, Zhao H
    J Am Heart Assoc
  39. Biomedical informatics advancing the national health agenda: the AMIA 2015 year-in-review in clinical and consumer informatics.
    Roberts K, Boland MR, Pruinelli L, Dcruz J, Berry A, Georgsson M, Hazen R, Sarmiento RF, Backonja U, Yu KH, Jiang Y, Brennan PF
    J Am Med Inform Assoc
  40. Inhaled nitric oxide therapy for pulmonary disorders of the term and preterm infant.
    Sokol GM, Konduri GG, Van Meurs KP
    Semin Perinatol
  41. Improving publication rates in a collaborative clinical trials research network.
    Archer SW, Carlo WA, Truog WE, Stevenson DK, Van Meurs KP, Sánchez PJ, Das A, Devaskar U, Nelin LD, Petrie Huitema CM, Crawford MM, Higgins RD, Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development Neonatal Research Network
    Semin Perinatol
  42. Changing definitions of long-term follow-up: Should "long term" be even longer?
    Hintz SR, Newman JE, Vohr BR
    Semin Perinatol
  43. Pharmacological activation of FOXO3 suppresses triple-negative breast cancer in vitro and in vivo.
    Park SH, Chung YM, Ma J, Yang Q, Berek JS, Hu MC
  44. Regulation of HK2 expression through alterations in CpG methylation of the HK2 promoter during progression of hepatocellular carcinoma.
    Lee HG, Kim H, Son T, Jeong Y, Kim SU, Dong SM, Park YN, Lee JD, Lee JM, Park JH
  45. Monitoring plant functional diversity from space.
    Jetz W, Cavender-Bares J, Pavlick R, Schimel D, Davis FW, Asner GP, Guralnick R, Kattge J, Latimer AM, Moorcroft P, Schaepman ME, Schildhauer MP, Schneider FD, Schrodt F, Stahl U, Ustin SL
    Nat Plants
  46. Utilizing a structural meta-ontology for family-based quality assurance of the BioPortal ontologies.
    Ochs C, He Z, Zheng L, Geller J, Perl Y, Hripcsak G, Musen MA
    J Biomed Inform

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