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Larissa Engert, Ph.D.

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Name Number of Publications Most Recent Publication Publications by All Authors Concept Score Why?
Photoperiod120191350.770 Why?
Swine2201752860.740 Why?
Circadian Rhythm2201924090.680 Why?
Periodicity120173920.630 Why?
Granulocytes120175600.610 Why?
Receptors, Glucocorticoid120173130.610 Why?
T-Lymphocytes, Helper-Inducer120179720.480 Why?
Immune System120177760.480 Why?
Leukocytes, Mononuclear1201715400.460 Why?
Leukocytes1201920750.430 Why?
T-Lymphocyte Subsets1201718400.390 Why?
Killer Cells, Natural1201721050.380 Why?
Dendritic Cells1201726720.320 Why?
Hydrocortisone2201917130.220 Why?
Gene Expression Regulation12017124400.180 Why?
Sus scrofa120194380.180 Why?
Blood Circulation120172610.170 Why?
Leukocyte Count1201916870.150 Why?
Animals320191677580.060 Why?
Rats12017254610.050 Why?
Mice12017787360.030 Why?
Male120173390260.010 Why?
Humans120176483300.010 Why?
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