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Andrew Ryan Field, Ph.D.

Concepts (26)

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Name Number of Publications Most Recent Publication Publications by All Authors Concept Score Why?
Cerebral Cortex2201955710.300 Why?
Cell Differentiation22019116520.230 Why?
Gene Expression Regulation12019124510.200 Why?
Receptor, Notch212018860.180 Why?
Primates120193890.170 Why?
Organoids120194870.140 Why?
Sequence Analysis, RNA2201917970.130 Why?
HEK293 Cells2201941600.120 Why?
Pluripotent Stem Cells120198050.120 Why?
Neurogenesis120187830.120 Why?
Cell Line12019170240.070 Why?
Gene Expression Profiling1201994380.060 Why?
Gorilla gorilla12018250.050 Why?
Pan troglodytes120182250.050 Why?
Neocortex120183800.040 Why?
Signal Transduction12018238710.030 Why?
Genes, Reporter1201816750.030 Why?
Neuroglia120189200.030 Why?
Brain12018230970.030 Why?
Neural Stem Cells120188350.030 Why?
Embryonic Stem Cells1201814350.030 Why?
Gene Deletion1201828710.030 Why?
Animals220191682630.030 Why?
Neurons1201891390.010 Why?
Humans220196538690.010 Why?
Female120183624040.000 Why?
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