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Category:People resource
CurationStatus uncurated  +
Definition A resource that provides access to individual people based, for example, on expertise or affiliation.
Id nlx_res_20090108  +
Label People resource  +
Modification dateThis property is a special property in this wiki. 7 June 2012 21:53:22  +
ModifiedDate 7 June 2012  +
SuperCategory Resource Descriptor  +
Categories Resource Descriptor
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Resource:AIDS and HIV Research Lab Registry +, Resource:American Neurological Association +, Resource:BioBank Central. +, Resource:Bioinformatics Experts +, Resource:CUSP +, Resource:Center for Computational Medicine and Biology +, Resource:Center for the Neural Basis of Cognition +, Resource:Cognitive Neuroscience Society +, Resource:ConceptWiki +, Resource:DC-Research.eu - Dendritic Cell Research Knowledge Portal +, Resource:DUPCheck +, Resource:EURAXESS Links +, Resource:GRBio +, Resource:Harvard Medical School Division of Medical Sciences +, Resource:Helen Wills Neuroscience Institute +, Resource:Institute for Magnetic Resonance Safety, Education and Research +, Resource:NIDA Networking Project: Facilitating information exchange and research collaboration +, Resource:NRF Contacts +, Resource:Neurofed +, Resource:Neuroscience Berlin +, Has role
Resource:American Association of Neurological Surgeons +, Resource:CaDBase: Genetic diversity in cattle +, Resource:Genetic Testing Registry +, Resource:Investigator Databank +, Resource:NIF Data Federation +, Resource:ORCID - Open Researcher and Contributor ID +, Resource:Philips +, Resource:Public Health Image Library +, Resource:Resource Discovery System +, Resource:VIVO +, Resource:WHO Collaborating Centre for Drug Statistics Methodology +, Resource:World Health Organization: The Global Health Library +, Resource:sciple.org +, U.S. Census Bureau + Keywords
 

 

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