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Melissa Jean Hoyer, Ph.D.

Concepts (16)

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Name Number of Publications Most Recent Publication Publications by All Authors Concept Score Why?
Endoplasmic Reticulum3202011490.740 Why?
Endosomes120185240.620 Why?
Golgi Apparatus220204320.360 Why?
Membrane Proteins1201880420.220 Why?
COS Cells1201812820.160 Why?
Protein Transport2202020970.160 Why?
Microfilament Proteins1201811720.120 Why?
Microtubules1201812000.120 Why?
HeLa Cells1201833940.120 Why?
Biological Transport2202021830.070 Why?
COP-Coated Vesicles12020440.060 Why?
Animals320201677580.030 Why?
Lipid Metabolism1201718780.020 Why?
Calcium1201755660.020 Why?
Proteins1201762090.010 Why?
Humans220186483300.010 Why?
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