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2019. JIANG, Hong. Background: The adverse effects of hypercortisolism on total human brain had been highlighted in previous neuroscience studies of Cushing’s disease... Ruijin Hospital.
2021. Sun, Di. Cetaceans (whales, dolphins, and porpoises) have undergone a radical transformation from the typical terrestrial mammalian body plan to a streamlin... The American Naturalist. Nanjing Normal University.
2021. Boyle, John, Armbruster, Peter, Rastas, Pasi, Huang, Xin, Garner, Austin, Vythilingam, Indra, and Armbruster, Peter. The Asian tiger mosquito, Aedes albopictus, is an invasive vector mosquito of substantial public health concern. The large genome size (~1.19-1.28 ... Insects. University of Mary, Georgetown University, University of Helsinki, and University of Malaya.
2020. Ames, Elizabeth, Neville, Kerri, Mcnamara, Nancy, Keegan, Catherine, and Elsea, Sarah. This data shows the references cited in the case report for the diagnosis of a 12-month-old girl who was referred to the pediatric neuromuscular cl... Neurology. University of Michigan Medical School and Baylor College of Medicine.
2020. Jordon-Thaden, Ingrid, Beck, James, Rushworth, Catherine, Windham, Michael, Diaz, Nicolas, Cantley, Jason, Martine, Chris, and Rothfels, Carl. Premise of the study: The ability to sequence genome-scale data from herbarium specimens would allow for the economical development of broad datase... Applications in Plant Sciences. University of Wisconsin-Madison, Wichita State University, University of California Davis, Duke University, Bucknell University, San Francisco State University, and University of California Berkeley.
2019. Fuentes González, Jesualdo Arturo, Polly, P. David, and Martins, Emília P. Phylogenetic comparative methods use tree topology, branch lengths, and models of phenotypic change to take into account non-independence in statis... Evolution. University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, Indiana University Bloomington, and Arizona State University.