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cerebral ischemia-reperfusion injury
(223 times)
(39 times)
MCAO (54 times)
OGD/R (46 times)
MCAO/R (28 times)
2008 [Involvement of melatonin in the adjusting effect of electroacupuncture in resisting oxygen stress in cerebral ischemia-reperfusion injury rats].
Cutaneous injection-related infections
(5 times)
Public Health
(3 times)
CI (4 times)
IDU (4 times)
SIF (4 times)
2008 Risk factors for developing a cutaneous injection-related infection among injection drug users: a cohort study.
CircRNA Identifier
(3 times)
(1 time)
circRNAs (3 times)
miRNAs (2 times)
CK (1 time)
2018 Re-analysis of long non-coding RNAs and prediction of circRNAs reveal their novel roles in susceptible tomato following TYLCV infection.
cerebral ischemic injury
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Complementary Therapies
(1 time)
Cdc 42 (1 time)
EA (1 time)
mNSS (1 time)
2015 [Effect of Electroacupuncture on Expression of Cortical srGAP 1 and Cdc 42 in Rats with Focal Cerebral Infarction].
circular RNA identification
(1 time)
(1 time)
circRNAs (1 time)
GTP (1 time)
NGS (1 time)
2018 Genome-Wide Identification of circRNAs in Pathogenic Basidiomycetous Yeast Cryptococcus neoformans Suggests Conserved circRNA Host Genes over Kingdoms.
Cocaine-Induced Renal Infarction
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(1 time)
--- 2005 Cocaine-induced renal infarction: report of a case and review of the literature.
Continuous Individualized Risk Index
(1 time)
Cell Biology
(1 time)
--- 2019 Dynamic Risk Profiling Using Serial Tumor Biomarkers for Personalized Outcome Prediction.
Critical Infrastructure Resilience Index
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HIS (1 time)
2020 A Holistic View of Health Infrastructure Resilience before and after COVID-19.