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  1. Brainstem dose constraints in non-isometric radiosurgical treatment planning of trigeminal neuralgia: a single-institution experience.
    Zhang M, Lamsam LA, Schoen MK, Mehta SS, Appelboom G, Adler JK, Soltys SG, Chang SD
    World Neurosurg
  2. Interaction between hypothermia and delayed mesenchymal stem cell therapy in neonatal hypoxic-ischemic brain injury.
    Herz J, Köster C, Reinboth BS, Dzietko M, Hansen W, Sabir H, van Velthoven C, Bendix I, Felderhoff-Müser U
    Brain Behav Immun
  3. Climate Change: A Call to Action for the Psychiatric Profession.
    Coverdale J, Balon R, Beresin EV, Brenner AM, Guerrero APS, Louie AK, Roberts LW
    Acad Psychiatry
  4. Temporal structure in spiking patterns of ganglion cells defines perceptual thresholds in rodents with subretinal prosthesis.
    Ho E, Lorach H, Goetz G, Laszlo F, Lei X, Kamins T, Mariani JC, Sher A, Palanker D
    Sci Rep
  5. Frequency and Outcomes of Reduced Dose Non-Vitamin K Antagonist Anticoagulants: Results From ORBIT-AF II (The Outcomes Registry for Better Informed Treatment of Atrial Fibrillation II).
    Steinberg BA, Shrader P, Pieper K, Thomas L, Allen LA, Ansell J, Chan PS, Ezekowitz MD, Fonarow GC, Freeman JV, Gersh BJ, Kowey PR, Mahaffey KW, Naccarelli GV, Reiffel JA, Singer DE, Peterson ED, Piccini JP, Outcomes Registry for Better Informed Treatment of Atrial Fibrillation (ORBIT‐AF) II Investigators
    J Am Heart Assoc
  6. Structure-based discovery of selective positive allosteric modulators of antagonists for the M2 muscarinic acetylcholine receptor.
    Korczynska M, Clark MJ, Valant C, Xu J, Moo EV, Albold S, Weiss DR, Torosyan H, Huang W, Kruse AC, Lyda BR, May LT, Baltos JA, Sexton PM, Kobilka BK, Christopoulos A, Shoichet BK, Sunahara RK
    Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A
  7. Bacterial Community Shift and Coexisting/Coexcluding Patterns Revealed by Network Analysis in A Bioreduced Uranium Contaminated Site after Reoxidation.
    Li B, Wu WM, Watson DB, Cardenas E, Chao Y, Phillips DH, Mehlhorn T, Lowe K, Kelly SD, Li P, Tao H, Tiedje JM, Criddle CS, Zhang T
    Appl Environ Microbiol
  8. Yield of the RYR2 Genetic Test in Suspected Catecholaminergic Polymorphic Ventricular Tachycardia and Implications for Test Interpretation.
    Kapplinger JD, Pundi KN, Larson NB, Callis TE, Tester DJ, Bikker H, Wilde AAM, Ackerman MJ
    Circ Genom Precis Med
  9. A Workforce Survey on Developmental-Behavioral Pediatrics.
    Bridgemohan C, Bauer NS, Nielsen BA, DeBattista A, Ruch-Ross HS, Paul LB, Roizen N
    Pediatrics
  10. Quantitative cerebrovascular pathology in a community-based cohort of older adults.
    Rane S, Koh N, Boord P, Madhyastha T, Askren MK, Jayadev S, Cholerton B, Larson E, Grabowski TJ
    Neurobiol Aging
  11. The management of antibodies in heart transplantation: An ISHLT consensus document.
    Kobashigawa J, Colvin M, Potena L, Dragun D, Crespo-Leiro MG, Delgado JF, Olymbios M, Parameshwar J, Patel J, Reed E, Reinsmoen N, Rodriguez ER, Ross H, Starling RC, Tyan D, Urschel S, Zuckermann A
    J Heart Lung Transplant
  12. Medial Overhang of the Tibial Component Is Associated With Higher Risk of Inferior Knee Injury and Osteoarthritis Outcome Score Pain After Knee Replacement.
    Nielsen CS, Nebergall A, Huddleston J, Kallemose T, Malchau H, Troelsen A
    J Arthroplasty
  13. Chest wall dose reduction using noncoplanar volumetric modulated arc radiation therapy for lung stereotactic ablative radiation therapy.
    Yu AS, Maxim PG, Loo BW, Gensheimer MF
    Pract Radiat Oncol
  14. Steroid administration after anaesthetic induction with etomidate does not reduce in-hospital mortality or cardiovascular morbidity after non-cardiac surgery.
    Komatsu R, You J, Rajan S, Kasuya Y, Sessler DI, Turan A
    Br J Anaesth
  15. The Yeast INO80 Complex Operates as a Tunable DNA Length-Sensitive Switch to Regulate Nucleosome Sliding.
    Zhou CY, Johnson SL, Lee LJ, Longhurst AD, Beckwith SL, Johnson MJ, Morrison AJ, Narlikar GJ
    Mol Cell
  16. Angiogenesis precedes cardiomyocyte migration in regenerating mammalian hearts.
    Ingason AB, Goldstone AB, Paulsen MJ, Thakore AD, Truong VN, Edwards BB, Eskandari A, Bollig T, Steele AN, Woo YJ
    J Thorac Cardiovasc Surg

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