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Year Number of Results
1944 4
1945 37
1946 148
1947 145
1948 152
1949 153
1950 246
1951 300
1952 284
1953 407
1954 353
1955 373
1956 357
1957 331
1958 402
1959 261
1960 186
1961 232
1962 251
1963 379
1964 499
1965 413
1966 363
1967 626
1968 897
1969 991
1970 881
1971 1140
1972 1218
1973 1135
1974 1066
1975 801
1976 749
1977 827
1978 941
1979 1030
1980 1030
1981 1073
1982 1340
1983 1410
1984 1427
1985 1492
1986 1434
1987 1139
1988 1351
1989 1942
1990 2945
1991 3580
1992 4210
1993 4927
1994 6297
1995 6720
1996 7428
1997 7986
1998 9228
1999 10441
2000 12157
2001 13762
2002 15414
2003 16845
2004 18891
2005 20360
2006 22604
2007 23177
2008 24764
2009 26037
2010 28311
2011 30905
2012 33685
2013 35471
2014 36410
2015 38063
2016 37258
2017 37733
2018 36931
2019 16515
2020 245
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ROS signalling in the biology of cancer
Moloney JN and Cotter TG. Semin Cell Dev Biol 2018 - Review. PMID 28587975
ROS Are Good
Mittler R. Trends Plant Sci 2017 - Review. PMID 27666517 Free article.
Mechanisms of signalling and biased agonism in G protein-coupled receptors
Wootten D, et al. Nat Rev Mol Cell Biol 2018 - Review. PMID 30104700
G protein-coupled receptors (GPCRs) are the largest group of cell surface receptors in humans that signal in response to diverse inputs and regulate a plethora of cellular processes. ...
G protein-coupled receptors (GPCRs) are the largest group of cell surface receptors in humans that signal in response to diverse inpu …
Reactive oxygen species, abiotic stress and stress combination
Choudhury FK, et al. Plant J 2017 - Review. PMID 27801967 Free article.
They primarily function as signal transduction molecules that regulate different pathways during plant acclimation to stress, but are also toxic byproducts of stress metabolism. ...
They primarily function as signal transduction molecules that regulate different pathways during plant acclimation to stress, …
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