Browsing UMB Open Access Articles 2019 by Title
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|The 13th International Conference on Brain Energy Metabolism: "How Metabolism Dictates Neurotransmission, Function and Behavior" |
|A 19 F magnetic resonance imaging-based diagnostic test for bile acid diarrhea |
|2017 NIH-wide workshop report on "the Human Microbiome: Emerging Themes at the Horizon of the 21st Century" |
|2018 American College of Rheumatology/National Psoriasis Foundation Guideline for the Treatment of Psoriatic Arthritis |
|40 years of the human T-cell leukemia virus: past, present, and future |
|Accelerating Typhoid Conjugate Vaccine Introduction: What Can Be Learned From Prior New Vaccine Introduction Initiatives? |
|Accumbal Dopamine Release Tracks the Expectation of Dopamine Neuron-Mediated Reinforcement |
|Activation of the Rostral Intralaminar Thalamus Drives Reinforcement through Striatal Dopamine Release |
|Acute drivers of neuroinflammation in traumatic brain injury |
|Adaptation of the Drug and Drug Problems Perception Questionnaire to assess healthcare provider attitudes toward adolescent substance use |
|Adjuvant therapy for pancreatic body or tail adenocarcinoma: a study of the National Cancer Database |
|Advanced cell therapeutics are changing the clinical landscape: Will mesenchymal stromal cells be a part of it? |
|Advances in Metabolic Profiling and Pharmacokinetics of Herbal Medicinal Products |
|Advocating for the Health Worker |
|Age-associated heterogeneity of Ty21A-induced T cell responses to HLA-E restricted Salmonella typhi antigen presentation |
|Agglutination testing for human erythrocyte product in the rhesus macaque |
|ALDH1A1 regulates postsynaptic μ–opioid receptor expression in dorsal striatal projection neurons and mitigates dyskinesia through transsynaptic retinoic acid signaling |
|Altered Forebrain Functional Connectivity and Neurotransmission in a Kinase-Inactive Met Mouse Model of Autism |
|Altered glial glutamate transporter expression in descending circuitry and the emergence of pain chronicity |
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