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  1. Where do the visually impaired in Oregon go to retrieve health information? : comparison of the experiences/opinions of visually impaired Internet and non-Internet users within rural and suburban/urban Oregon

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  2. Differential expression of modules by Mycobacterium tuberculosis infecting human dendritic cells and macrophages

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  3. Factors associated with physicians' clinical research productivity [:] can informatics resources improve the capacity for research?

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  4. Upgrading to Epic '10 at Oregon Health and Science University : monitoring and assessing the electronic health record update process

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  5. Evaluation of a continuing medical education system intergrated into an electronic health record in an academic hospital in Argentina

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  6. Making choices about breast cancer screening : a decision aid for women between the ages of 38 and 48

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  7. Improving mammogram result data quality in an electronic health record with a breast imaging-results and data system-electronic health record interface

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  8. Identification of candidate genes involved in atherosclerotic cardovascular disease : a systems biology appproach

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  9. The inteactions of differently expressed genes directly targeted by Wnt\[beta]-catenin signaling : implications for colorectal carcinogenesis

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  10. Discovering synergistic groups of researchers for translational research.

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