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Nathan Lee Asquith, Ph.D.

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Name Number of Publications Most Recent Publication Publications by All Authors Concept Score Why?
Thrombopoiesis120191450.740 Why?
Thrombocytopenia1202010860.530 Why?
Pharmaceutical Preparations120208130.500 Why?
Aromatase120201560.210 Why?
Skin Diseases, Bacterial12018620.180 Why?
Bacterial Physiological Phenomena120181220.180 Why?
Immunomodulation120204940.160 Why?
Fibrin120184890.160 Why?
Smoke120152110.140 Why?
Biofilms120185730.130 Why?
Tobacco120153400.130 Why?
Blood Coagulation1201810550.120 Why?
Bacteria1201818790.090 Why?
Cell Culture Techniques1201517300.090 Why?
Neutral Red1201590.040 Why?
Matrix Metalloproteinase 1120151480.040 Why?
Mice22019787360.040 Why?
Air120152070.040 Why?
Aerosols120156730.030 Why?
Interleukin-8120156690.030 Why?
Animals220191677580.030 Why?
Interleukin-61201530080.020 Why?
Cell Survival1201563430.020 Why?
Humans320206483300.010 Why?
Disease Models, Animal12018180140.010 Why?
Cell Line, Tumor12015165810.010 Why?
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