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Report for Attention highlights for articles, data sets, clinical trial records, and news stories sorted by Altmetric Attention Score published between 2023-04-01 and 2023-06-30 published by Portland Press

Report overview

Total mentions
1,739
Total number of mentions for research outputs in this report
Research outputs
171
Total number of research outputs in this report, including those without mentions
Outputs with mentions
168
Total number of research outputs in this report that have Altmetric mentions
Sources of attention
7
Number of attention sources that mention research outputs in this report

Attention source breakdown

The number of mentions from each source that Altmetric has tracked for the research outputs in this report.

News mentions
13
Blog mentions
1
Peer review mentions
3
Reddit mentions
2
Faculty Opinions mentions
1

Attention over time

This chart shows all mentions for research outputs in your report.

Top 10 research outputs

Below is a list of the top 10 research outputs in this report. Each research output has an Altmetric Attention Score , which provides an indicator of the amount of attention that has been received.

Rank Attention Score Research output
#1

Restoration of the gut barrier integrity and restructuring of the gut microbiome in aging by angiotensin-(1–7)

#2

Mitochondrial DNA as inflammatory DAMP: a warning of an aging immune system?

#3

Revisiting blood pressure and body fluid status

#4

Paradigms of receptor kinase signaling in plants

#5

Antiviral activities of hemp cannabinoids

#6

Unlocking the secrets of the microbiome: exploring the dynamic microbial interplay with humans through metabolomics and their manipulation for synthetic biology applications

#7

Maternal immune activation and role of placenta in the prenatal programming of neurodevelopmental disorders

#8

Sculpting with stiffness: rigidity as a regulator of morphogenesis

#9

The regulation of meiotic crossover distribution: a coarse solution to a century-old mystery?

#10

ERK1/2 inhibitors act as monovalent degraders inducing ubiquitylation and proteasome-dependent turnover of ERK2, but not ERK1

The information in this report was last updated at 00:01AM UTC on 2024-06-14.
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