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Annals of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology, ISSN 1081-1206, 2016, Volume 117, Issue 4, pp. 433 - 435
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by Lundqvist, Andreas and van Hoef, Vincent and Zhang, Xiaonan and Wennerberg, Erik and Lorent, Julie and Witt, Kristina and Sanz, Laia Masvidal and Liang, Shuo and Murray, Shannon and Larsson, Ola and Kiessling, Rolf and Mao, Yumeng and Sidhom, John-William and Bessell, Catherine A and Havel, Jonathan and Schneck, Jonathan and Chan, Timothy A and Sachsenmeier, Eliot and Woods, David and Berglund, Anders and Ramakrishnan, Rupal and Sodre, Andressa and Weber, Jeffrey and Zappasodi, Roberta and Li, Yanyun and Qi, Jingjing and Wong, Philip and Sirard, Cynthia and Postow, Michael and Newman, Walter and Koon, Henry and Velcheti, Vamsidhar and Callahan, Margaret K and Wolchok, Jedd D and Merghoub, Taha and Lum, Lawrence G and Choi, Minsig and Thakur, Archana and Deol, Abhinav and Dyson, Gregory and Shields, Anthony and Haymaker, Cara and Uemura, Marc and Murthy, Ravi and James, Marihella and Wang, Daqing and Brevard, Julie and Monaghan, Catherine and Swann, Suzanne and Geib, James and Cornfeld, Mark and Chunduru, Srinivas and Agrawal, Sudhir and Yee, Cassian and Wargo, Jennifer and Patel, Sapna P and Amaria, Rodabe and Tawbi, Hussein and Glitza, Isabella and Woodman, Scott and Hwu, Wen-Jen and Davies, Michael A and Hwu, Patrick and Overwijk, Willem W and Bernatchez, Chantale and Diab, Adi and Massarelli, Erminia and Segal, Neil H and Ribrag, Vincent and Melero, Ignacio and Gangadhar, Tara C and Urba, Walter and Schadendorf, Dirk and Ferris, Robert L and Houot, Roch and Morschhauser, Franck and Logan, Theodore and Luke, Jason J and Sharfman, William and Barlesi, Fabrice and Ott, Patrick A and Mansi, Laura and Kummar, Shivaani and Salles, Gilles and Carpio, Cecilia and Meier, Roland and Krishnan, Suba and McDonald, Dan and Maurer, Matthew and Gu, Xuemin and Neely, Jaclyn and Suryawanshi, Satyendra and Levy, Ronald and Khushalani, Nikhil and Wu, Jennifer and Zhang, Jinyu and Basher, Fahmin and Rubinstein, Mark and Bucsek, Mark and Qiao, Guanxi and ...
Journal for ImmunoTherapy of Cancer, ISSN 2051-1426, 11/2016, Volume 4, Issue S1
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Critical Care Medicine, ISSN 0090-3493, 12/2013, Volume 41, p. A275
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Journal of Health Communication, ISSN 1081-0730, 08/2008, Volume 13, Issue 6, pp. 555 - 572
College students who have high stress levels tend to experience an increased risk of academic difficulties, substance abuse, and emotional problems. To enhance... 
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Journal of Adolescent Health, ISSN 1054-139X, 2007, Volume 40, Issue 2, pp. S7 - S8
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