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Marina Kishlyansky, D.O.

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Name Number of Publications Most Recent Publication Publications by All Authors Concept Score Why?
Muscle, Striated12010160.420 Why?
Adaptation, Physiological1201013330.240 Why?
Neovascularization, Physiologic1201014250.230 Why?
Cell Cycle Proteins1201034980.170 Why?
Rats, Zucker120101310.100 Why?
Capillaries120107820.080 Why?
Protein Isoforms1201017190.070 Why?
Diabetes Mellitus, Experimental1201012330.060 Why?
Rats, Sprague-Dawley1201085540.040 Why?
Rats12010250240.030 Why?
Diabetes Mellitus, Type 212010106930.020 Why?
Animals120101702740.010 Why?
Female120103762490.010 Why?
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