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1. A Systems Biology approach to determine cell-specific gene regulatory effects of genetic associations in multiple sclerosis

2019. Madireddy, Lohith, Kim, Kicheol, and Baranzini, Sergio. We have conducted a cell-specific pathway analysis of the latest GWAS in multiple sclerosis (MS); which analyzed a total of 47,351 cases ... UC San Francisco.

2. Aberrant oligodendroglial-vascular interactions disrupt the Blood Brain Barrier triggering CNS inflammation

2019. Niu, Jianqin, Kim, Kicheol, Fancy, Stephen, and Baranzini, Sergio. Disruption of the blood brain barrier (BBB) is critical to initiation and perpetuation of disease in Multiple Sclerosis (MS). We report h... UC San Francisco.

3. Aberrant oligodendroglial-vascular interactions disrupt the Blood Brain Barrier triggering CNS inflammation (P9-APCfloxed)(3 of 3)

2019. Niu, Jianqin, Kim, Kicheol, Fancy, Stephen, and Baranzini, Sergio. Disruption of the blood brain barrier (BBB) is critical to initiation and perpetuation of disease in Multiple Sclerosis (MS). We report h... UC San Francisco.

4. Aberrant oligodendroglial-vascular interactions disrupt the Blood Brain Barrier triggering CNS inflammation (P9-olig2cre:APCfloxed)(2 of 3)

2019. Niu, Jianqin, Kim, Kicheol, Fancy, Stephen, and Baranzini, Sergio. Disruption of the blood brain barrier (BBB) is critical to initiation and perpetuation of disease in Multiple Sclerosis (MS). We report h... UC San Francisco.

5. AlleleAnalyzer supporting data

2019. Keough, Kathleen, Lyalina, Svetlana, Olvera, Michael, Whalen, Sean, Conklin, Bruce, and Pollard, Katherine. The CRISPR/Cas system is a highly specific genome editing tool capable of distinguishing alleles differing by even a single base ... UC San Francisco.

6. Map PAINS substructures according to PAINS class and find the highest PAINS violation

2019. Davies, Julia. Many scientists are unaware that PAINS substructures are classified by hit frequency; this has led to a tendency to irresponsibly use ... UC San Francisco.

7. Noise Modulation in Mammalian Cells

2019. Bonny, Alain and Fonseca, Joao. The noise rheostat is dope. UC San Francisco.

8. OpenEye PAINS Mapping Python Script

2019. Davies, Julia. OpenEye advertises an additional 170 PAINS rules (versus the original 480) to accomodate data loss when converting the substructure patte... UC San Francisco.

9. Postpartum Family Planning Preliminary DataSet

2019. Williams, Pamela. Strengthened efforts in postpartum family planning (PPFP) is a key priority to accelerate progress in reproductive, maternal, newborn, ... UC San Francisco.

10. Ribosome profiling reveals a functional role for autophagy in protein translational control

2019. Goldsmith, Juliet. Autophagy promotes protein degradation, and therefore has been proposed to maintain amino acid pools to sustain protein synthesis ... UC San Francisco.

11. Score compounds using 275 frequent hitter rules published in the Lilly-Medchem-Rules

2019. Davies, Julia. Robert Bruns and Ian Watson published 275 rules to identify frequent hitters based on 18-years of experiments at Eli-Lilly. This protocol... UC San Francisco.

12. Self-managed abortion in the literature: a systematic scoping review

2019. Moseson, Heidi, Herold, Steph, Filippa, Sofia, Barr-Walker, Jill, Baum, Sarah E., and Gerdts, Caitlin. Self-managed abortion, when a person performs their own abortion without clinical supervision, is a model of abortion care used across ... UC San Francisco.

13. Sexual harassment in the library: understanding experiences and taking action

2019. Barr-Walker, Jill, Caramagno, Denise, Nevels, Iesha, Romero, Dylan, and Tahir, Peggy. Sexual harassment in libraries exists, but it has not been comprehensively studied. In the wake of the #MeToo movement and shared ... UC San Francisco.