A citation-based method for searching scientific literature

Seung-Hye Lee, William J Meilandt, Luke Xie, Vineela D Gandham, Hai Ngu, Kai H Barck, Mitchell G Rezzonico, Jose Imperio, Guita Lalehzadeh, Melanie A Huntley, Kimberly L Stark, Oded Foreman, Richard A D Carano, Brad A Friedman, Morgan Sheng, Amy Easton, Christopher J Bohlen, David V Hansen. Neuron 2021
Times Cited: 57



Soyon Hong, Victoria F Beja-Glasser, Bianca M Nfonoyim, Arnaud Frouin, Shaomin Li, Saranya Ramakrishnan, Katherine M Merry, Qiaoqiao Shi, Arnon Rosenthal, Ben A Barres, Cynthia A Lemere, Dennis J Selkoe, Beth Stevens. Science 2016
Times Cited: 1435




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A potential biomarker of preclinical Alzheimer's disease: The olfactory dysfunction and its pathogenesis-based neural circuitry impairments.
Yan Yan, Ailikemu Aierken, Chunjian Wang, Da Song, Junjun Ni, Zhe Wang, Zhenzhen Quan, Hong Qing. Neurosci Biobehav Rev 2022
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Synapses, Microglia, and Lipids in Alzheimer's Disease.
Patrick J Paasila, Jason A Aramideh, Greg T Sutherland, Manuel B Graeber. Front Neurosci 2022
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Loss of TREM2 rescues hyperactivation of microglia, but not lysosomal deficits and neurotoxicity in models of progranulin deficiency.
Anika Reifschneider, Sophie Robinson, Bettina van Lengerich, Johannes Gnörich, Todd Logan, Steffanie Heindl, Miriam A Vogt, Endy Weidinger, Lina Riedl, Karin Wind,[...]. EMBO J 2022
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Present and future of microglial pharmacology.
Eva Šimončičová, Elisa Gonçalves de Andrade, Haley A Vecchiarelli, Ifeoluwa O Awogbindin, Charlotte I Delage, Marie-Ève Tremblay. Trends Pharmacol Sci 2022
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Neuroinflammation as a Potential Therapeutic Target in Alzheimer's Disease.
Ping Liu, Yunyun Wang, Yan Sun, Guoping Peng. Clin Interv Aging 2022
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A type I interferon response defines a conserved microglial state required for effective neuronal phagocytosis.
Leah C Dorman, Phi T Nguyen, Caroline C Escoubas, Ilia D Vainchtein, Yinghong Xiao, Peter V Lidsky, Haruna Nakajo, Nicholas J Silva, Christian Lagares-Linares, Ellen Y Wang,[...]. bioRxiv 2022
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C5aR1 antagonism alters microglial polarization and mitigates disease progression in a mouse model of Alzheimer's disease.
Angela Gomez-Arboledas, Klebea Carvalho, Gabriela Balderrama-Gutierrez, Shu-Hui Chu, Heidi Yahan Liang, Nicole D Schartz, Purnika Selvan, Tiffany J Petrisko, Miranda A Pan, Ali Mortazavi,[...]. Acta Neuropathol Commun 2022
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