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Athanasios Ploumakis, Ph.D.

Concepts (23)

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Name Number of Publications Most Recent Publication Publications by All Authors Concept Score Why?
Mixed Function Oxygenases220163090.280 Why?
Gene Expression Regulation, Neoplastic1201585010.190 Why?
Hydroxylation120151500.160 Why?
DNA Methylation2201637680.120 Why?
Neoplasms12015183790.090 Why?
Protein Processing, Post-Translational1201520820.080 Why?
Oxygen1201641340.070 Why?
Proto-Oncogene Proteins1201646550.060 Why?
Gene Expression1201580770.060 Why?
DNA-Binding Proteins1201698070.050 Why?
5-Methylcytosine120161560.040 Why?
Mammary Neoplasms, Animal120161430.040 Why?
Genes, Tumor Suppressor1201611150.030 Why?
Oxidation-Reduction1201622750.030 Why?
Stromal Cells1201613640.030 Why?
Gene Silencing1201616610.020 Why?
Animals220161683940.020 Why?
Promoter Regions, Genetic1201661440.020 Why?
Cell Proliferation12016108690.010 Why?
Humans220166553610.010 Why?
Mice12016791010.010 Why?
Male120163419900.000 Why?
Female120163631150.000 Why?
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