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1952 4
1953 2
1954 4
1955 4
1956 6
1957 5
1958 2
1959 5
1960 7
1961 2
1962 5
1963 5
1964 4
1965 10
1966 12
1967 3
1968 7
1969 11
1970 12
1971 7
1972 11
1973 12
1974 7
1975 11
1976 14
1977 7
1978 5
1979 9
1980 10
1981 12
1982 7
1983 15
1984 26
1985 29
1986 22
1987 27
1988 23
1989 27
1990 33
1991 35
1992 40
1993 34
1994 39
1995 37
1996 33
1997 24
1998 21
1999 22
2000 26
2001 19
2002 13
2003 19
2004 24
2005 19
2006 16
2007 22
2008 22
2009 33
2010 25
2011 21
2012 18
2013 19
2014 16
2015 20
2016 28
2017 33
2018 22
2019 24
2020 28
2021 25
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Interspecies regulatory landscapes and elements revealed by novel joint systematic integration of human and mouse blood cell epigenomes.
Xiang G, He X, Giardine BM, Isaac KJ, Taylor DJ, McCoy RC, Jansen C, Keller CA, Wixom AQ, Cockburn A, Miller A, Qi Q, He Y, Li Y, Lichtenberg J, Heuston EF, Anderson SM, Luan J, Vermunt MW, Yue F, Sauria MEG, Schatz MC, Taylor J, Göttgens B, Hughes JR, Higgs DR, Weiss MJ, Cheng Y, Blobel GA, Bodine DM, Zhang Y, Li Q, Mahony S, Hardison RC. Xiang G, et al. Among authors: hughes jr. Genome Res. 2024 Jul 1:gr.277950.123. doi: 10.1101/gr.277950.123. Online ahead of print. Genome Res. 2024. PMID: 38951027 Free article.
Recurrent infections drive persistent bladder dysfunction and pain via sensory nerve sprouting and mast cell activity.
Hayes BW, Choi HW, Rathore APS, Bao C, Shi J, Huh Y, Kim MW, Mencarelli A, Bist P, Ng LG, Shi C, Nho JH, Kim A, Yoon H, Lim D, Hannan JL, Purves JT, Hughes FM Jr, Ji RR, Abraham SN. Hayes BW, et al. Among authors: hughes fm jr. Sci Immunol. 2024 Mar;9(93):eadi5578. doi: 10.1126/sciimmunol.adi5578. Epub 2024 Mar 1. Sci Immunol. 2024. PMID: 38427717 Free PMC article.
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