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Rebecca Gordon, M.D.

Concepts (20)

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Name Number of Publications Most Recent Publication Publications by All Authors Concept Score Why?
Sodium-Phosphate Cotransporter Proteins, Type IIc12020250.860 Why?
Sodium-Phosphate Cotransporter Proteins, Type IIa12020510.840 Why?
Hypercalciuria12020440.840 Why?
Bone and Bones1202125170.410 Why?
Inflammatory Bowel Diseases1202121550.340 Why?
Bone Diseases, Metabolic120213860.170 Why?
Heterozygote1202027870.130 Why?
Pedigree1202047920.120 Why?
Adolescent22021849570.060 Why?
Prospective Studies12020490710.040 Why?
Mutation12020288480.040 Why?
Child12021713610.030 Why?
Young Adult12020560520.030 Why?
Retrospective Studies12020673200.030 Why?
Aged120201622710.020 Why?
Humans220216866630.020 Why?
Adult120202114000.020 Why?
Middle Aged120202164680.020 Why?
Male120203524650.010 Why?
Female120203754590.010 Why?
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