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Luke Lambourne, Ph.D.

Concepts (30)

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Name Number of Publications Most Recent Publication Publications by All Authors Concept Score Why?
Protein Interaction Mapping520206420.560 Why?
Proteome3202217430.220 Why?
Evolution, Molecular2202219670.200 Why?
Two-Hybrid System Techniques220194840.200 Why?
Databases, Protein220193780.190 Why?
Saccharomyces cerevisiae2202229220.170 Why?
Computational Biology3201935800.160 Why?
Biological Assay120196660.150 Why?
Protein Isoforms1201717180.120 Why?
Saccharomyces cerevisiae Proteins1202220040.110 Why?
Alternative Splicing1201711200.110 Why?
Isoenzymes1201718220.110 Why?
Proteomics2201932240.090 Why?
Gene Deletion1201728570.090 Why?
Proteins2201961670.070 Why?
Extracellular Space120206150.040 Why?
Genes, Fungal120174900.040 Why?
Organ Specificity1202020740.030 Why?
Epistasis, Genetic120173750.030 Why?
High-Throughput Screening Assays120199300.030 Why?
HeLa Cells1201932780.030 Why?
HEK293 Cells1201943310.020 Why?
Protein Binding1202296880.020 Why?
Internet1201930760.020 Why?
Software1201943490.020 Why?
Models, Statistical1201750560.010 Why?
Humans520207070670.010 Why?
Mice12019807950.010 Why?
Neoplasms12017203170.010 Why?
Animals120191703560.000 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.