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Karen Lynn Sadler, M.D.

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Name Number of Publications Most Recent Publication Publications by All Authors Concept Score Why?
Superoxides219883860.090 Why?
Sugar Phosphates11988430.080 Why?
Glycerides11988700.080 Why?
Inositol Phosphates119881790.080 Why?
Diglycerides119881760.080 Why?
Neutrophils2198837290.040 Why?
Inositol 1,4,5-Trisphosphate119881140.020 Why?
NADH, NADPH Oxidoreductases11988930.020 Why?
Biological Transport, Active119883500.020 Why?
Type C Phospholipases119882920.020 Why?
Hydroxyeicosatetraenoic Acids119882260.020 Why?
Second Messenger Systems119882060.020 Why?
Phagocytes119882970.020 Why?
Protein Kinase C1198812230.010 Why?
Oxygen Consumption1198818740.010 Why?
Cell Membrane2198837460.010 Why?
Calcium1198857740.010 Why?
Guinea Pigs1198813950.000 Why?
Signal Transduction11988235120.000 Why?
Kinetics1198864820.000 Why?
Humans219887527410.000 Why?
Animals119881696000.000 Why?
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