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Expertise in Coronary Artery Disease: HELP
Peter I. Bonta
Based on 2 articles published since 2008
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Expertscape's algorithms degrade at low publication numbers. Thus, with only 2 published articles on Coronary Artery Disease from 2008 through 2019, it is not possible for Expertscape to reliably rate Peter I. Bonta's expertise on this topic.

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Most likely:    University of Amsterdam      
2010
  • Departments of Medical Biochemistry, Academic Medical Center, University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands. · Pubmed 20421523
2009
  • Department of Medical Biochemistry, University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands. · Pubmed 19667240
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Here are the titles of all articles written by Peter I. Bonta in 2008-2019 about Coronary Artery Disease:

  • Nuclear receptor Nurr1 is expressed in and is associated with human restenosis and inhibits vascular lesion formation in mice involving inhibition of smooth muscle cell proliferation and inflammation. 2010
  • p27kip1-838C>A single nucleotide polymorphism is associated with restenosis risk after coronary stenting and modulates p27kip1 promoter activity. 2009
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University of Amsterdam
2010
  • Departments of Medical Biochemistry, Academic Medical Center, University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands. · Pubmed 20421523
2009
  • Department of Medical Biochemistry, University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands. · Pubmed 19667240
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