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Susan Inonog, M.D.

Concepts (18)

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Name Number of Publications Most Recent Publication Publications by All Authors Concept Score Why?
Insect Proteins120012720.050 Why?
Glycogen Synthase Kinase 3120014400.040 Why?
Biological Clocks120013270.040 Why?
Drosophila melanogaster1200117560.030 Why?
Drosophila Proteins1200117520.030 Why?
Circadian Rhythm1200125540.020 Why?
Nuclear Proteins1200159470.020 Why?
Period Circadian Proteins120011020.010 Why?
Active Transport, Cell Nucleus120014500.010 Why?
Dimerization120019070.010 Why?
Immunoblotting1200117710.010 Why?
Microscopy, Fluorescence1200128070.010 Why?
Recombinant Fusion Proteins1200138440.010 Why?
Cell Nucleus1200129950.010 Why?
RNA1200126130.010 Why?
Motor Activity1200127740.010 Why?
Phosphorylation1200186580.010 Why?
Animals120011694200.000 Why?
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