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- Far-red light-activated human islet-like designer cells enable sustained fine-tuned secretion of insulin for glucose control; Yu et. al. 2021.
- Conserved immunomodulatory transcriptional networks underlie antipsychotic-induced weight gain; Zapata et. al. 2021.
- A human liver chimeric mouse model for non-alcoholic fatty liver disease; Bissig-Choisat et. al. 2021.
- Consensus transcriptional regulatory networks of coronavirus-infected human cells; Ochsner et. al. 2020.
- No Dataset Left Behind: Mechanistic Insights into Thyroid Receptor Signaling Through Transcriptomic Consensome Meta-Analysis; Oschner et. al. 2020.
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