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Amelie Rachel Suzanne Vromman, Ph.D.

Concepts (16)

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Name Number of Publications Most Recent Publication Publications by All Authors Concept Score Why?
Receptors, Interleukin-1812022220.220 Why?
Hepatitis120232170.190 Why?
Interleukin-18120222420.190 Why?
Thermogenesis120224440.160 Why?
Disease Susceptibility1202317300.140 Why?
Liver Cirrhosis1202318420.110 Why?
Insulin Resistance1202237650.080 Why?
Adipose Tissue, White120223420.040 Why?
Adipose Tissue, Brown120227500.040 Why?
Glucose1202242660.020 Why?
Odds Ratio1202395420.020 Why?
Mice, Knockout12022141470.020 Why?
Disease Progression12023131170.020 Why?
Mice22023795480.020 Why?
Inflammation12023105210.010 Why?
Animals220231654790.010 Why?
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Funded by the NIH National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences through its Clinical and Translational Science Awards Program, grant number UL1TR002541.