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    • Non-Invasive Molecular Imaging of Fibrosis Using a Collagen-Targeted Peptidomimetic of the Platelet Collagen Receptor Glycoprotein VI 

      Muzard, Julien; Sarda-Mantel, Laure; Loyau, Stéphane; Meulemans, Alain; Louedec, Liliane; Bantsimba-Malanda, Claudie; Hervatin, Florence; Marchal-Somme, Joëlle; Le Guludec, Dominique; Billiald, Philippe; Jandrot-Perrus, Martine; Michel, Jean-Baptiste; Leri, Annarosa (Public Library of Science, 2009)
      Background: Fibrosis, which is characterized by the pathological accumulation of collagen, is recognized as an important feature of many chronic diseases, and as such, constitutes an enormous health burden. We need ...
    • Quantifying the Evolutionary Dynamics of Language 

      Lieberman, Erez; Michel, Jean-Baptiste; Jackson, Joe; Tang, Tina; Nowak, Martin A. (Nature Publishing Group, 2007)
      Human language is based on grammatical rules. Cultural evolution allows these rules to change over time. Rules compete with each other: as new rules rise to prominence, old ones die away. To quantify the dynamics of language ...
    • Quantitative Analysis of Culture Using Millions of Digitized Books 

      Michel, Jean-Baptiste; Shen, Yuan Kui; Aiden, Aviva Presser; Veres, Adrian; Gray, Matthew K.; Google Books Team; Pickett, Joseph; Hoiberg, Dale; Clancy, Dan; Norvig, Peter; Orwant, Jon; Pinker, Steven; Nowak, Martin A.; Aiden, Erez Lieberman (American Association for the Advancement of Science, 2011)
      We constructed a corpus of digitized texts containing about 4% of all books ever printed. Analysis of this corpus enables us to investigate cultural trends quantitatively. We survey the vast terrain of ‘culturomics,’ ...