Author: Satoru Hayasaka
- Most recently observed institution: Wake Forest School of Medicine
- All-time downloads: 1,370 (rank: 87,705 (tie) out of 424,791)
- neuroscience: 1,370 (rank: 12,925 (tie) out of 71,758)
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- In neuroscience: 1,146 out of 17,896
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- Since beginning of last month:
- Site-wide: None out of 100,570
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