John O'Neill

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York University, Toronto, Ontario, Canada 
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Philosophy
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Kay H, Grünewald E, Feord HK, et al. (2021) Deep-coverage spatiotemporal proteome of the picoeukaryote Ostreococcus tauri reveals differential effects of environmental and endogenous 24-hour rhythms. Communications Biology. 4: 1147
Wu WK, Tumen A, Stokes JW, et al. (2021) Cross-Circulation for Extracorporeal Liver Support in a Swine Model. Asaio Journal (American Society For Artificial Internal Organs : 1992)
Chen J, Mir SM, Pinezich MR, et al. (2021) Non-destructive vacuum-assisted measurement of lung elastic modulus. Acta Biomaterialia
Ralph MR, Shi SQ, Johnson CH, et al. (2021) Targeted modification of the Per2 clock gene alters circadian function in mPer2luciferase (mPer2Luc) mice. Plos Computational Biology. 17: e1008987
Pannullo SC, Guadix SW, Souweidane MM, et al. (2021) COVID-19: A Time Like No Other in (the Department of) Neurological Surgery. World Neurosurgery. 148: 256-262
Wenke R, Coman L, Walton C, et al. (2021) Effectiveness of Intensive Voice Therapy Versus Weekly Therapy for Muscle Tension Dysphonia: A Noninferiority Randomised Controlled Trial With Nested Focus Group. Journal of Voice : Official Journal of the Voice Foundation
O'Neill JS. (2021) Redox-coupled rhythm and brews. Nature Chemical Biology. 17: 373-374
Zibelman M, Asghar AM, Parker DC, et al. (2021) Cystoscopy and Systematic Bladder Tissue Sampling in Predicting pT0 Bladder Cancer: A Prospective Trial. The Journal of Urology. 101097JU000000000000
Putker M, Wong DCS, Seinkmane E, et al. (2021) CRYPTOCHROMES confer robustness, not rhythmicity, to circadian timekeeping. The Embo Journal. e106745
Antakia R, Xanthis A, Georgiades F, et al. (2021) Acute appendicitis management during the COVID-19 pandemic: A prospective cohort study from a LARGE UK centre. International Journal of Surgery (London, England)
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