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Year Number of Results
1945 1
1946 6
1947 10
1948 9
1949 7
1950 10
1951 18
1952 6
1953 16
1954 9
1955 29
1956 33
1957 31
1958 39
1959 52
1960 39
1961 53
1962 61
1963 86
1964 75
1965 58
1966 8
1967 49
1968 68
1969 63
1970 91
1971 44
1972 54
1973 75
1974 131
1975 113
1976 90
1977 58
1978 36
1979 80
1980 105
1981 124
1982 109
1983 128
1984 138
1985 113
1986 168
1987 267
1988 351
1989 260
1990 219
1991 276
1992 315
1993 298
1994 275
1995 307
1996 283
1997 304
1998 243
1999 282
2000 265
2001 397
2002 412
2003 625
2004 915
2005 959
2006 794
2007 969
2008 928
2009 967
2010 1120
2011 1699
2012 2101
2013 2394
2014 2435
2015 2427
2016 2369
2017 2346
2018 2034
2019 929
2020 16
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An online tool for measuring and visualizing phenotype similarities using HPO.
Peng J, et al. BMC Genomics 2018. PMID 30367579 Free PMC article.
BACKGROUND: The Human Phenotype Ontology (HPO) is one of the most popular bioinformatics resources. Recently, HPO-based phenotype semantic similarity has been effectively applied to model patient phenotype data. ...Researchers can use it to calculate phenotype similarity conveniently, predict phenotype associated genes or diseases, and visualize the network of phenotype interactions. ...
BACKGROUND: The Human Phenotype Ontology (HPO) is one of the most popular bioinformatics resources. Recently, HPO-based phenotype
Flow and plaque phenotype.
Albaghdadi M and Jang IK. Coron Artery Dis 2016. PMID 27798412
Fish mutant, where is thy phenotype?
Balciunas D. PLoS Genet 2018. PMID 29470494 Free PMC article.
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Liu AH, et al. J Allergy Clin Immunol 2017. PMID 28237730
The phenotype control kernel of a biomolecular regulatory network.
Choo SM, et al. BMC Syst Biol 2018. PMID 29622038 Free PMC article.
RESULTS: To find out practically useful control targets, we introduce a new concept of phenotype control kernel (PCK) for a Boolean network, defined as the collection of all minimal sets of control nodes having their fixed state values that can generate all possible control sets which eventually drive any initial state to one of attractor states corresponding to a particular cell phenotype of interest. ...CONCLUSIONS: Based on the new concept of PCK, we can identify all possible minimal sets of control nodes that can drive any molecular network state to one of multiple attractor states representing a same desired cell phenotype....
RESULTS: To find out practically useful control targets, we introduce a new concept of phenotype control kernel (PCK) for a Boolean n …
Clinical phenotypes and endophenotypes of atopic dermatitis: Where are we, and where should we go?
Bieber T, et al. J Allergy Clin Immunol 2017. PMID 28390478 Free article.
Atopic dermatitis (AD) is a paradigmatic chronic inflammatory skin disease characterized by a complex pathophysiology and a wide spectrum of the clinical phenotype. ...As for other disciplines, such as oncology or rheumatology, we have to approach AD in a more differentiated way (ie, to dissect and stratify the complex clinical phenotype into more homogeneous subgroups based on the endophenotype [panel of biomarkers]) with the aim to refine the management of this condition. ...
Atopic dermatitis (AD) is a paradigmatic chronic inflammatory skin disease characterized by a complex pathophysiology and a wide spectrum of …
Phenotype-by-environment interactions influence dispersal.
Baines CB, et al. J Anim Ecol 2019. PMID 31077361
Numerous studies have demonstrated that dispersal is dependent on both disperser phenotype and the local environment. However, there is substantial variability in the observed strength and direction of phenotype- and environment-dependent dispersal. ...These results suggest that phenotype-by-environment interactions strongly influence dispersal. Since phenotype- and environment-dependent dispersal has different consequences for ecological and evolutionary dynamics (e.g. metapopulation persistence and local adaptation) than random dispersal, interactive effects may have wide-reaching impacts on populations and communities. ...
Numerous studies have demonstrated that dispersal is dependent on both disperser phenotype and the local environment. However, there …
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