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Aya Kobayashi, Ph.D.

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Name Number of Publications Most Recent Publication Publications by All Authors Concept Score Why?
Immunotherapy, Adoptive1202210380.500 Why?
Melanoma, Experimental120185640.130 Why?
Antigens, Neoplasm1202220040.120 Why?
Cytotoxicity, Immunologic1201814940.120 Why?
Neoplasms12022205680.120 Why?
Chromosomal Proteins, Non-Histone120187500.110 Why?
Lymphocyte Activation1202258910.100 Why?
T-Lymphocytes, Cytotoxic1201819020.100 Why?
T-Lymphocytes12022103760.060 Why?
Skin Neoplasms1201853350.040 Why?
HMGB Proteins12018470.040 Why?
Transcription Factors12018120730.040 Why?
Endonucleases120183920.030 Why?
Interferon-gamma1201832750.020 Why?
Genetic Testing1201833400.020 Why?
Bacterial Proteins1201840160.020 Why?
Immunotherapy1201841370.010 Why?
Cell Line, Tumor12018169890.010 Why?
Humans220227172370.010 Why?
DNA-Binding Proteins1201898040.010 Why?
Mice12018811260.010 Why?
Animals120181708900.000 Why?
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