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|X chromosome escapee genes are involved in ischemic sexual dimorphism through epigenetic modification of inflammatory signals |
|X-ROS Signaling Depends on Length-Dependent Calcium Buffering by Troponin |
|X-treme loss of sequence diversity linked to neo-X chromosomes in filarial nematodes |
|Xenotransplantation: A New Era. |
|Xiaoai jiedu recipe suppresses hepatocellular carcinogenesis through the MiR-200b-3p /notch1 axis |
|The Y-located proto-oncogene TSPY exacerbates and its X-homologue TSPX inhibits transactivation functions of androgen receptor and its constitutively active variants |
|YAP1-mediated suppression of USP31 enhances NFkB activity to promote sarcomagenesis |
|The Year 2020 in Review at ASTRO's Advances |
|Yes, we do need to demonstrate the survival advantage of pancreas after kidney transplantation |
|'You want to deal with power while riding on power': global perspectives on power in participatory health research and co-production approaches |
|You're only as old as you feel: Age is not just a number. |
|Young mothers' use of and experiences with mental health care services in Ontario, Canada: a qualitative descriptive study. |
|YRDC Mediates the Resistance of Lenvatinib in Hepatocarcinoma Cells via Modulating the Translation of KRAS |
|Zebrafish as a Model System for the Study of Severe CaV2.1 (α1A) Channelopathies |
|Zika virus: Recent advances towards the development of vaccines and therapeutics |
|Zinc deficiency associated with anaemia among young children in rural Guatemala |
|Zinc finger protein 277 is an intestinal transit-amplifying cell marker and colon cancer oncogene. |
|ZOOMICS: Comparative Metabolomics of Red Blood Cells From Guinea Pigs, Humans, and Non-human Primates During Refrigerated Storage for Up to 42 Days. |
|ZOOMICS: Comparative Metabolomics of Red Blood Cells From Old World Monkeys and Humans |
|ZRANB3 is an African-specific type 2 diabetes locus associated with beta-cell mass and insulin response |
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