The Journal of clinical investigation (J Clin Invest)

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1 CLINICAL STUDIES OF THE BLOOD VOLUME. I. CLINICAL APPLICATION OF A METHOD EMPLOYING THE AZO DYE "EVANS BLUE" AND THE SPECTROPHOTOMETER. 1937 84.46
2 STUDIES OF UREA EXCRETION. II: Relationship Between Urine Volume and the Rate of Urea Excretion by Normal Adults. 1928 74.64
3 THE RADIATION OF HEAT FROM THE HUMAN BODY: II. A Comparison of Some Methods of Measurement. 1934 66.32
4 THE MEASUREMENT OF THE TUBULAR EXCRETORY MASS, EFFECTIVE BLOOD FLOW AND FILTRATION RATE IN THE NORMAL HUMAN KIDNEY. 1938 56.55
5 CHEMICAL, CLINICAL, AND IMMUNOLOGICAL STUDIES ON THE PRODUCTS OF HUMAN PLASMA FRACTIONATION. I. THE CHARACTERIZATION OF THE PROTEIN FRACTIONS OF HUMAN PLASMA. 1944 54.40
6 THE RADIATION OF HEAT FROM THE HUMAN BODY: I. An Instrument for Measuring the Radiation and Surface Temperature of the Skin. 1934 53.88
7 A STUDY OF THE DIURETIC ACTION OF ACID PRODUCING SALTS. 1925 50.52
8 STUDIES OF UREA EXCRETION. IV: Relationship Between Urine Volume and Rate of Urea Excretion by Patients with Bright's Disease. 1928 49.42
9 CLINICAL STUDIES OF THE BLOOD VOLUME. II. THE RELATION OF PLASMA AND TOTAL BLOOD VOLUME TO VENOUS PRESSURE, BLOOD VELOCITY RATE, PHYSICAL MEASUREMENTS, AGE AND SEX IN NINETY NORMAL HUMANS. 1937 47.11
10 THE EXCRETION OF INULIN, XYLOSE AND UREA BY NORMAL AND PHLORIZINIZED MAN. 1935 45.65
11 STUDIES OF UREA EXCRETION. III: The Influence of Body Size on Urea Output. 1928 45.56
12 THE RELATION BETWEEN THE BLOOD UREA CONCENTRATION AND THE AMOUNT OF FUNCTIONING RENAL TISSUE. 1927 44.50
13 THE LUNG VOLUME AND ITS SUBDIVISIONS: I. METHODS OF MEASUREMENT. 1932 44.30
14 Obesity is associated with macrophage accumulation in adipose tissue. 2003 41.22
15 CLINICAL STUDIES OF THE BLOOD VOLUME. IV. ADAPTATION OF THE METHOD TO THE PHOTOELECTRIC MICROCOLORIMETER. 1938 40.04
16 THE RADIATION OF HEAT FROM THE HUMAN BODY: III. The Human Skin as a Black-Body Radiator. 1934 38.55
17 THE SPREAD OF RHEUMATIC FEVER THROUGH FAMILIES. 1931 34.39
18 GASTRIC ACIDITY: RELATION TO VARIOUS FACTORS SUCH AS AGE AND PHYSICAL FITNESS. 1928 33.87
19 The basics of epithelial-mesenchymal transition. 2009 32.82
20 GASTRIC MOTILITY AND THE VOLUME OF GASTRIC SECRETION IN MAN. 1928 32.44
21 THE RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN PLASMA SPECIFIC GRAVITY, PLASMA PROTEIN CONTENT AND EDEMA IN NEPHRITIS. 1930 32.28
22 THE MEASUREMENT OF SYMPATHETIC VASOCONSTRICTOR ACTIVITY IN THE LOWER EXTREMITIES. 1930 32.02
23 Chronic inflammation in fat plays a crucial role in the development of obesity-related insulin resistance. 2003 32.01
24 Culture of human endothelial cells derived from umbilical veins. Identification by morphologic and immunologic criteria. 1973 31.28
25 The distribution and chemical composition of ultracentrifugally separated lipoproteins in human serum. 1955 31.08
26 AGE SUSCEPTIBILITY TO FAMILIAL INFECTION IN RHEUMATIC FEVER. 1931 30.55
27 THE PLASMA PROTEINS IN RELATION TO BLOOD HYDRATION: II. In Diabetes Mellitus. 1925 29.72
28 STUDIES ON PAIN. A NEW METHOD FOR MEASURING PAIN THRESHOLD: OBSERVATIONS ON SPATIAL SUMMATION OF PAIN. 1940 29.63
29 A CLINICAL STUDY OF THE ACTION OF 10 COMMONLY USED DRUGS ON CARDIAC OUTPUT, WORK AND SIZE; ON RESPIRATION, ON METABOLIC RATE AND ON THE ELECTROCARDIOGRAM. 1937 29.26
30 STUDIES OF CALCIUM AND PHOSPHORUS METABOLISM: IV. The Effect of the Parathyroid Hormone. 1929 27.79
31 THE RENAL CLEARANCES OF SUBSTITUTED HIPPURIC ACID DERIVATIVES AND OTHER AROMATIC ACIDS IN DOG AND MAN. 1945 27.11
32 STUDIES IN BLOOD VOLUME: I. The Blood Volume in Myxedema, with A Comparison of Plasma Volume Changes in Myxedema and Cardiac Edema. 1926 26.14
33 Immunoassay of endogenous plasma insulin in man. 1960 25.67
34 A METHOD FOR CORRECTING THE ERYTHROCYTE SEDIMENTATION RATE FOR VARIATIONS IN THE CELL VOLUME PERCENTAGE OF BLOOD. 1930 25.64
35 VASODILATATION IN THE LOWER EXTREMITIES IN RESPONSE TO IMMERSING THE FOREARMS IN WARM WATER. 1932 25.52
36 THE DETERMINATION OF THE TOTAL HEAT ELIMINATED BY THE HUMAN BEING. 1930 25.40
37 SEROLOGICAL DIFFERENTIATION OF OBSTRUCTIVE FROM HEPATOGENOUS JAUNDICE BY FLOCCULATION OF CEPHALIN-CHOLESTEROL EMULSIONS. 1939 25.31
38 IMMUNOLOGIC STUDIES IN INSULIN RESISTANCE II. THE PRESENCE OF A NEUTRALIZING FACTOR IN THE BLOOD EXHIBITING SOME CHARACTERISTICS OF AN ANTIBODY. 1944 24.83
39 IMMUNOLOGIC STUDIES IN INSULIN RESISTANCE I. REPORT OF A CASE EXHIBITING VARIATIONS IN RESISTANCE AND ALLERGY TO INSULIN. 1944 24.67
40 THE FACTORS IN THE DEHYDRATION FOLLOWING PYLORIC OBSTRUCTION. 1925 24.57
41 Role of AMP-activated protein kinase in mechanism of metformin action. 2001 23.21
42 COMPARISON OF RESULTS OF THE NORMAL BALLISTOCARDIOGRAM AND A DIRECT FICK METHOD IN MEASURING THE CARDIAC OUTPUT IN MAN. 1942 23.16
43 THE EFFECTS OF ALTERED ARTERIAL TENSIONS OF CARBON DIOXIDE AND OXYGEN ON CEREBRAL BLOOD FLOW AND CEREBRAL OXYGEN CONSUMPTION OF NORMAL YOUNG MEN. 1948 22.75
44 THE NITROUS OXIDE METHOD FOR THE QUANTITATIVE DETERMINATION OF CEREBRAL BLOOD FLOW IN MAN: THEORY, PROCEDURE AND NORMAL VALUES. 1948 22.17
45 THE EFFECTS OF ACTIVE AND PASSIVE HYPERVENTILATION ON CEREBRAL BLOOD FLOW, CEREBRAL OXYGEN CONSUMPTION, CARDIAC OUTPUT, AND BLOOD PRESSURE OF NORMAL YOUNG MEN. 1946 21.94
46 TREATMENT OF ADDISON'S DISEASE WITH DESOXY-CORTICOSTERONE ACETATE, A SYNTHETIC ADRENAL CORTICAL HORMONE (PRELIMINARY REPORT). 1939 21.82
47 STUDY OF THE BLOOD IN CHRONIC RESPIRATORY DISEASES, WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO THE VOLUME OF THE BLOOD. 1934 21.73
48 THE ABSORPTION, EXCRETION, AND DISTRIBUTION OF PENICILLIN. 1943 21.63
49 THE CARDIAC OUTPUT IN MALE SUBJECTS AS MEASURED BY THE TECHNIQUE OF RIGHT ATRIAL CATHETERIZATION. NORMAL VALUES WITH OBSERVATIONS ON THE EFFECT OF ANXIETY AND TILTING. 1945 21.28
50 SREBPs: activators of the complete program of cholesterol and fatty acid synthesis in the liver. 2002 21.08
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