Chen has been mentioned or cited more than a thousand times throughout all the RSS channels we monitor. Especially, the channel 'Business Insider' contains more than a dozen references to this person (or maybe different people with similar names) alone. As it’s displayed on the chart below, Chen was highly popular in August, 2016.

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Role of Muscle and CNS in Diet-Induced Decline of Exercise-Induced Energy Expenditure | Caffeine & Nicotine May Help...

[...] they do work without short-term side-effects has yet been demonstrated in obese individuals by Chen et al. (2015) who observed a 111 kcal/24 h increase in REE. For the average gymrat, these drugs [...]

The role of Parkin and autophagy in retinal pigment epithelial cell (RPE) degradation

[...] is responsible for the cytoprotection of RPE-MC cells. Next, a Parkin antibody was used by Chen et al to study the role of autophagy in the protection of RPE cells from light-induced [...]

UNICEF Children's Ball: Asia's Best Female Chefs in Manila! (Photo Essay)

[...] the Town & Country Cocktails Menu) Pork Terrine, Truffle Mayonnaise and Fine Herbs by Lanshu Chen The cocktail showcased the canape creations of the four featured Asia's Best Female Chefs, [...]

Hormonal Status of the Pollen-Pistil System: Role after Pollination

[...] by two-fold increase in GA content and marked decrease in IAA and cytokinin levels. Chen and Zhao (2008) in the experiments carried out on Nicotiana tobacco found that the IAA [...]

Your Precious Moment be Clearer With The OPPO R9s Plus

[...] be officially launched on 1 st March 2017. On top of that, R9s Plus endorsers, Ayda Jebat and Min Chen will be present to celebrate the official launch of the OPPO R9s Plus. Featuring all-new features [...]

Biotic Pollination: How Plants Achieve Conflicting Demands of Attraction and Restriction of Potential Pollinators

[...] also red-blind. Hummingbirds and a few other birds also see in the near UV region of the spectrum (Chen et al. 1984). Bats are generally red-blind although they can distinguish white vs black even in [...]

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