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Karina Eva Canziani, Ph.D.

Concepts (27)

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Name Number of Publications Most Recent Publication Publications by All Authors Concept Score Why?
Food Hypersensitivity220236261.010 Why?
Milk Hypersensitivity12023760.860 Why?
Immunoglobulin E2202314850.630 Why?
Interleukin-13220233970.370 Why?
Allergens2202313390.250 Why?
Milk Proteins120231670.220 Why?
Interleukin-41202311550.180 Why?
Th2 Cells1202310910.160 Why?
Cattle1202339260.150 Why?
Colonic Polyps120225420.150 Why?
Colon1202318000.130 Why?
Intestines1201919240.090 Why?
Intestinal Mucosa1202030620.090 Why?
Particulate Matter1201925740.070 Why?
Air Pollutants1201928610.060 Why?
Infant12023354470.050 Why?
Caco-2 Cells120223900.050 Why?
Chemokines, CC120222890.050 Why?
Diet1201979690.050 Why?
Inflammation12019107510.040 Why?
Child22023785940.040 Why?
Eosinophils120229660.040 Why?
Animals220231696000.030 Why?
Humans420237527410.020 Why?
Epithelial Cells1202237570.020 Why?
Cytokines1202274000.020 Why?
Female120233850900.020 Why?
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