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  1. Interest in Initiating an Early Phase Clinical Trial: Results of a Longitudinal Study of Advanced Cancer Patients.
    Dunn LB, Wiley J, Garrett S, Hlubocky F, Daugherty C, Trupin L, Munster P, Dohan D
  2. Thousands of novel translated open reading frames in humans inferred by ribosome footprint profiling.
    Raj A, Wang SH, Shim H, Harpak A, Li YI, Engelmann B, Stephens M, Gilad Y, Pritchard JK
  3. The Great Migration and African-American Genomic Diversity.
    Baharian S, Barakatt M, Gignoux CR, Shringarpure S, Errington J, Blot WJ, Bustamante CD, Kenny EE, Williams SM, Aldrich MC, Gravel S
    PLoS Genet
  4. Extended Thromboprophylaxis with Betrixaban in Acutely Ill Medical Patients.
    Cohen AT, Harrington RA, Goldhaber SZ, Hull RD, Wiens BL, Gold A, Hernandez AF, Gibson CM, APEX Investigators
    N Engl J Med
  5. Improved Contacts to MoS2 Transistors by Ultra-High Vacuum Metal Deposition.
    English CD, Shine G, Dorgan VE, Saraswat KC, Pop E
    Nano Lett
  6. Gastroschisis and maternal intake of phytoestrogens.
    Wadhwa EL, Ma C, Shaw GM, Carmichael SL, and the National Birth Defects Prevention Study
    Am J Med Genet A
  7. Clinicopathologic Threshold of Acute Colorectal Graft-versus-Host Disease.
    Gomez AJ, Arai S, Higgins JP, Kambham N
    Arch Pathol Lab Med
  8. The length of words reflects their conceptual complexity.
    Lewis ML, Frank MC
  9. PharmGKB summary: isoniazid pathway, pharmacokinetics.
    Klein DJ, Boukouvala S, McDonagh EM, Shuldiner SR, Laurieri N, Thorn CF, Altman RB, Klein TE
    Pharmacogenet Genomics
  10. State of the science on prevention and screening to reduce melanoma incidence and mortality: The time is now.
    Tripp MK, Watson M, Balk SJ, Swetter SM, Gershenwald JE
    CA Cancer J Clin
  11. Strain Control of Fermiology and Many-Body Interactions in Two-Dimensional Ruthenates.
    Burganov B, Adamo C, Mulder A, Uchida M, King PD, Harter JW, Shai DE, Gibbs AS, Mackenzie AP, Uecker R, Bruetzam M, Beasley MR, Fennie CJ, Schlom DG, Shen KM
    Phys Rev Lett
  12. Coupling between Buoyancy Forces and Electroconvective Instability near Ion-Selective Surfaces.
    Karatay E, Andersen MB, Wessling M, Mani A
    Phys Rev Lett
  13. Holographic Complexity Equals Bulk Action?
    Brown AR, Roberts DA, Susskind L, Swingle B, Zhao Y
    Phys Rev Lett
  14. Knock-in editing: it functionally corrects!
    Porteus MH
  15. A Cystine Knot Peptide Targeting Integrin αvβ6 for Photoacoustic and Fluorescence Imaging of Tumors in Living Subjects.
    Zhang C, Kimura R, Abou-Elkacem L, Levi J, Xu L, Gambhir SS
    J Nucl Med
  16. Optimal acquisition time window and simplified quantification of dopamine transporter availability using 18F-FE-PE2I in healthy controls and Parkinson's disease patients.
    Sonni I, Fazio P, Schain M, Halldin C, Svenningsson P, Farde L, Varrone A
    J Nucl Med
  17. The slim, the fat, and the obese: guess who lives the longest?
    Li X, Handee W, Kuo MH
    Curr Genet
  18. Collection of pregnancy outcome records following infertility-challenges and possible solutions.
    Floyd EG, von Versen-Höynck F, Liu J, Chi YY, Fleischmann RR, Baker VL
    J Assist Reprod Genet
  19. Altered cytokine network in gestational diabetes mellitus affects maternal insulin and placental-fetal development.
    Wedekind L, Belkacemi L
    J Diabetes Complications
  20. Fast and accurate single-cell RNA-seq analysis by clustering of transcript-compatibility counts.
    Ntranos V, Kamath GM, Zhang JM, Pachter L, Tse DN
    Genome Biol
  21. Quality of Life of College Students Living With Type 1 Diabetes: A Qualitative View.
    Fredette J, Mawn B, Hood K, Fain J
    West J Nurs Res
  22. Bloch state tomography using Wilson lines.
    Li T, Duca L, Reitter M, Grusdt F, Demler E, Endres M, Schleier-Smith M, Bloch I, Schneider U
  23. The association between ophthalmologic diseases and obstructive sleep apnea: a systematic review and meta-analysis.
    Huon LK, Liu SY, Camacho M, Guilleminault C
    Sleep Breath
  24. Insulin clearance: an underappreciated modulator of plasma insulin concentration.
    Kim SH, Reaven GM
    J Investig Med
  25. Antibody response to pneumococcal and influenza vaccination in patients with rheumatoid arthritis receiving abatacept.
    Alten R, Bingham CO, Cohen SB, Curtis JR, Kelly S, Wong D, Genovese MC
    BMC Musculoskelet Disord
  26. Prosocial Conformity: Prosocial Norms Generalize Across Behavior and Empathy.
    Nook EC, Ong DC, Morelli SA, Mitchell JP, Zaki J
    Pers Soc Psychol Bull
  27. Metabolism, Metabolomics, and Nutritional Support of Patients with Sepsis.
    Englert JA, Rogers AJ
    Clin Chest Med
  28. Risk Stratification and Prognosis in Sepsis: What Have We Learned from Microarrays?
    Sweeney TE, Wong HR
    Clin Chest Med
  29. A method to rapidly create protein aggregates in living cells.
    Miyazaki Y, Mizumoto K, Dey G, Kudo T, Perrino J, Chen LC, Meyer T, Wandless TJ
    Nat Commun
  30. Crystal structure of CmlI, the arylamine oxygenase from the chloramphenicol biosynthetic pathway.
    Knoot CJ, Kovaleva EG, Lipscomb JD
    J Biol Inorg Chem
  31. Association of non-melanoma skin cancer with second non-cutaneous malignancy in the Women's Health Initiative.
    Ransohoff KJ, Stefanick ML, Li S, Kurian AW, Wakelee H, Wang A, Paskett E, Han J, Tang JY
    Br J Dermatol
  32. Trends in the management of pelvic fractures, 2008-2010.
    Chu CH, Tennakoon L, Maggio PM, Weiser TG, Spain DA, Staudenmayer KL
    J Surg Res
  33. Risks of adverse events in colorectal patients: population-based study.
    Hernandez-Boussard TM, McDonald KM, Morrison DE, Rhoads KF
    J Surg Res
  34. Sutureless Microsurgical Anastomosis Using an Optimized Thermoreversible Intravascular Poloxamer Stent.
    Davis CR, Rappleye CT, Than PA, Rodrigues M, Findlay MW, Bishop SN, Whitmore AJ, Maan ZN, McGoldrick RB, Grobbelaar AO, Gurtner GC
    Plast Reconstr Surg
  35. Representation of Maximally Regular Textures in Human Visual Cortex.
    Kohler PJ, Clarke A, Yakovleva A, Liu Y, Norcia AM
    J Neurosci
  36. Parietal and prefrontal: categorical differences?
    Birman D, Gardner JL
    Nat Neurosci
  37. Calcium activated K⁺ channels in the electroreceptor of the skate confirmed by cloning. Details of subunits and splicing.
    King BL, Shi LF, Kao P, Clusin WT
  38. Evidence Supports Specific Braking Function for Inferior PFC.
    Aron AR, Cai W, Badre D, Robbins TW
    Trends Cogn Sci
  39. msCentipede: Modeling Heterogeneity across Genomic Sites and Replicates Improves Accuracy in the Inference of Transcription Factor Binding.
    Raj A, Shim H, Gilad Y, Pritchard JK, Stephens M
    PLoS One
  40. Behind the curtain of tauopathy: a show of multiple players orchestrating tau toxicity.
    Huang Y, Wu Z, Zhou B
    Cell Mol Life Sci
  41. Absence of keratin 8 or 18 promotes antimitochondrial autoantibody formation in aging male mice.
    Toivola DM, Habtezion A, Misiorek JO, Zhang L, Nyström JH, Sharpe O, Robinson WH, Kwan R, Omary MB
  42. Faculty diversity and inclusion program outcomes at an academic otolaryngology department.
    Lin SY, Francis HW, Minor LB, Eisele DW
  43. Adaptive Immunity and Antigen-Specific Activation in Obesity-Associated Insulin Resistance.
    Chng MH, Alonso MN, Barnes SE, Nguyen KD, Engleman EG
    Mediators Inflamm
  44. Genetic variants primarily associated with type 2 diabetes are related to coronary artery disease risk.
    Jansen H, Loley C, Lieb W, Pencina MJ, Nelson CP, Kathiresan S, Peloso GM, Voight BF, Reilly MP, Assimes TL, Boerwinkle E, Hengstenberg C, Laaksonen R, McPherson R, Roberts R, Thorsteinsdottir U, Peters A, Gieger C, Rawal R, Thompson JR, König IR, CARDIoGRAM consortium, Vasan RS, Erdmann J, Samani NJ, Schunkert H
  45. CTP in Transient Global Amnesia: A Single-Center Experience of 30 Patients.
    Meyer IA, Wintermark M, Démonet JF, Michel P
    AJNR Am J Neuroradiol
  46. Ectodermal progenitors derived from epiblast stem cells by inhibition of Nodal signaling.
    Li L, Song L, Liu C, Chen J, Peng G, Wang R, Liu P, Tang K, Rossant J, Jing N
    J Mol Cell Biol
  47. Blood ammonia and glutamine as predictors of hyperammonemic crises in patients with urea cycle disorder.
    Lee B, Diaz GA, Rhead W, Lichter-Konecki U, Feigenbaum A, Berry SA, Le Mons C, Bartley JA, Longo N, Nagamani SC, Berquist W, Gallagher R, Bartholomew D, Harding CO, Korson MS, McCandless SE, Smith W, Cederbaum S, Wong D, Merritt JL, Schulze A, Vockley J, Vockley G, Kronn D, Zori R, Summar M, Milikien DA, Marino M, Coakley DF, Mokhtarani M, UCD Consortium, Scharschmidt BF
    Genet Med

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