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this essay, Professor
Sir Philip Cohen of the University of
Dundee talks about his highly cited investigations
of one of the major pathways of insulin signal
transduction. Professor Cohen is
currently the second most-cited scientist in the field of
Biology & Biochemistry in the ISI
Web product, with 192 papers cited a total of 14,186 times
Dr. Werner Sieghart of the University of
Vienna discusses his highly cited paper,
"Structure and pharmacology of gamma-aminobutyric
acidA receptor subtypes" (Pharmacol. Rev.
47: 181-234, June 1995). According to the ISI
Essential Science Indicators Web product, this paper has been cited 568
times to date, placing it among the 20 most-cited
papers in the...
| Dr. Michael
Hibbard, co-editor of the Journal of Planning and Education Research, talks about the
influences that shaped the development of JPER and helped it
gain its present citation record...
India among the
149 top-performing countries in all
| Dr. Elspeth Bartlet,
Rothamsted Research's Scientific Liaison Officer talks
about the achievements and history of the institute and its
role in shaping British agriculture...
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