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rearranged during transfection
(338 times)
Neoplasms
(106 times)
MTC (106 times)
PTC (32 times)
GDNF (27 times)
1998 Expression of neurturin, GDNF, and their receptors in the adult mouse CNS.
reticulocytes
(67 times)
Hematology
(12 times)
Hb (23 times)
RBC (20 times)
MN (6 times)
1985 The activity of erythrocyte enzymes in rats subjected to running exercises.
receptor tyrosine kinase
(27 times)
Neurology
(4 times)
GDNF (11 times)
HSCR (6 times)
EDNRB (3 times)
1996 Multiple endocrine neoplasia type 2B (mucosal neuroma syndrome, Wagenmann-Froboese syndrome).
retroperitoneal
(16 times)
Biochemistry
(6 times)
EPI (10 times)
MES (4 times)
ING (3 times)
1994 Glucocorticoid hormone binding to rat adipocytes.
retinol
(15 times)
Pharmacology
(2 times)
Toc (3 times)
alpha-Toc (2 times)
TBARS (2 times)
1996 Comparative studies of the fate of free and liposome-entrapped hydroxypropyl-beta-cyclodextrin/drug complexes after intravenous injection into rats: implications in drug delivery.
receptor
(12 times)
Therapeutics
(3 times)
GDNF (5 times)
RCC (3 times)
BC (2 times)
1999 Glial cell line-derived neurotropic factor stimulates sertoli cell proliferation in the early postnatal period of rat testis development.
retrorsine
(3 times)
Toxicology
(2 times)
PAs (2 times)
EVs (1 time)
GA (1 time)
1993 In vivo metabolism of retrorsine and retrorsine-N-oxide.
retrieval
(2 times)
Neurology
(1 time)
CP-AMPARs (1 time)
EEG (1 time)
ENC (1 time)
2004 Human cortical EEG rhythms during long-term episodic memory task. A high-resolution EEG study of the HERA model.