Most cited in Web of Science

  

Top ten cited in Web of Science (from Volume 35, 2014, dated 13 July, 2018)

  

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Yun ZHANG. Why do we study animal toxins?. ZOOLOGICAL RESEARCH, 2015, 36(4): 183-222.

   

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Xiao-Liang ZHANG, Wei PANG, Xin-Tian HU, Jia-Li LI, Yong-Gang YAO, Yong-Tang ZHENG. Experimental primates and non-human primate (NHP) models of human diseases in China: current status and progress. ZOOLOGICAL RESEARCH, 2014, 35(6): 447-464.

 

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Can-Chao YANG, Dong-Lai LI, Long-Wu WANG, Guo-Xian LIANG, Zheng-Wang ZHANG, Wei LIANG. Geographic variation in parasitism rates of two sympatric cuckoo hosts in China. ZOOLOGICAL RESEARCH, 2014, 35(1): 67-71.

  

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Jian-Ping LI, Yun LIAO, Ying ZHANG, Jing-Jing WANG, Li-Chun WANG, Kai FENG, Qi-Han LI, Long-Ding LIU. Experimental infection of tree shrews(Tupaia belangeri) with Coxsackie virus A16. ZOOLOGICAL RESEARCH, 2014, 35(6): 485-491.

   

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Xiao-Liang ZHANG, Wei PANG, De-Yao DENG, Long-Bao LV, Yue FENG, Yong-Tang ZHENG. Analysis of immunoglobulin, complements and CRP levels in serum of captive northern pig-tailed macaques (Macaca leonina). ZOOLOGICAL RESEARCH, 2014, 35(3): 196-203.

  

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Yong-Gang Yao. Creating animal models, why not use the Chinese tree shrew (Tupaia belangeri chinensis)?. ZOOLOGICAL RESEARCH, 2017, 38(3): 118-126.

   

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Ji Xiao,Rong Liu,Ce-Shi Chen. Tree shrew (Tupaia belangeri) as a novel laboratory disease animal model. ZOOLOGICAL RESEARCH, 2017, 38(3): 127-137.

   

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Qiang CHEN, Xin-Jiang LU, Ming-Yun LI, Jiong CHEN. Molecular cloning, pathologically-correlated expression and functional characterization of the colonystimulating factor 1 receptor (CSF-1R) gene from a teleost, Plecoglossus altivelis. ZOOLOGICAL RESEARCH, 2016, 37(2): 96-102.

   

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Ai-Hua LEI, Gao-Hong ZHANG, Ren-Rong TIAN, Jia-Wu ZHU, Hong-Yi ZHENG, Wei PANG, Yong-Tang ZHENG. Replication potentials of HIV-1/HSIV in PBMCs from northern pig-tailed macaque (Macaca leonina). ZOOLOGICAL RESEARCH, 2014, 35(3): 186-195.

   

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Lei CHEN,Gui WANG,Ya-Nan ZHU, et al. Advances and perspectives in the application of CRISPR/Cas9 in insects. ZOOLOGICAL RESEARCH, 2016, 37(4): 220-228.