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Oscar Ramirez Plascencia, Ph.D.

Concepts (29)

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Name Number of Publications Most Recent Publication Publications by All Authors Concept Score Why?
Hypothalamus220219680.960 Why?
Circadian Rhythm3202124790.680 Why?
Activity Cycles12017490.590 Why?
Suprachiasmatic Nucleus220211390.320 Why?
Proto-Oncogene Proteins c-fos320215720.310 Why?
Energy Metabolism1201728280.270 Why?
Rats, Wistar2202118520.260 Why?
Feeding Behavior1201731560.240 Why?
Neuropeptide Y120171880.140 Why?
Hypothalamic Hormones120171420.140 Why?
Pituitary Hormones120171790.140 Why?
Melanins120172810.130 Why?
Rats32021236440.120 Why?
Eating1201715220.090 Why?
Temperature1201521840.080 Why?
Homeostasis1201732560.070 Why?
Sleep1201745890.050 Why?
Neurons2201792400.050 Why?
Animals320211654790.040 Why?
Melanocyte-Stimulating Hormones12015250.030 Why?
Arginine Vasopressin120151240.030 Why?
Microdialysis120151620.030 Why?
alpha-MSH12015640.030 Why?
Preoptic Area120151290.030 Why?
Glutamate Decarboxylase120152400.030 Why?
Cholera Toxin120155530.030 Why?
Male220213461690.020 Why?
Neuropeptides120159390.020 Why?
Photic Stimulation1201520070.020 Why?
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Funded by the NIH National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences through its Clinical and Translational Science Awards Program, grant number UL1TR002541.