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Sepideh Parvanian, Ph.D.

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Name Number of Publications Most Recent Publication Publications by All Authors Concept Score Why?
Vimentin520232641.910 Why?
Intermediate Filaments320231761.270 Why?
Intermediate Filament Proteins120232690.850 Why?
Wound Healing4202327980.820 Why?
Exosomes220214210.670 Why?
Adipocytes2202111930.570 Why?
Fibroblasts1202141600.370 Why?
Cell Movement3202352220.200 Why?
Osmotic Pressure120211490.190 Why?
Stress, Mechanical1202116870.130 Why?
Mechanotransduction, Cellular120215410.130 Why?
Host-Pathogen Interactions1202314830.120 Why?
Neoplasms12023219760.120 Why?
Transfection1202058820.100 Why?
Epithelial Cells1202337570.100 Why?
Mice32023817660.090 Why?
Mesenchymal Stem Cells1202116580.090 Why?
Cell Line12021160040.070 Why?
Animals320231696000.060 Why?
Apoptosis1202196570.060 Why?
Cell Differentiation12021115530.060 Why?
Signal Transduction12023235120.050 Why?
Epithelial-Mesenchymal Transition120237140.040 Why?
Humans320237527410.020 Why?
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