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Jie Deng, Ph.D.

Concepts (26)

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Name Number of Publications Most Recent Publication Publications by All Authors Concept Score Why?
Adenosine Triphosphate3202122031.090 Why?
DNA3202171720.900 Why?
Nanotubes12021760.830 Why?
Bioengineering120201060.740 Why?
Biomimetics120201680.730 Why?
Nanotechnology220207240.630 Why?
Nanostructures120206040.510 Why?
Hydrogels120176480.450 Why?
Cell Adhesion1201733180.390 Why?
Polymerization220201720.370 Why?
Nucleic Acid Conformation220209610.300 Why?
Nanoparticles1201720480.270 Why?
Cell Movement1201754890.260 Why?
DNA Ligases12020850.200 Why?
Evolution, Chemical12020110.200 Why?
Colloids120201450.200 Why?
Deoxyribonucleases, Type II Site-Specific120201810.200 Why?
Thermodynamics120216100.190 Why?
Dimerization120209090.170 Why?
Microscopy, Electron, Scanning1201710010.140 Why?
Polymers1202016720.120 Why?
Microscopy, Fluorescence1201728360.090 Why?
Cell Line12017166570.060 Why?
Animals220201704860.040 Why?
Mice12017808760.020 Why?
Humans120207088430.010 Why?
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