The relationship of students' admission interview ratings to their performances in a medical-interviewing course.

An analysis of admission committee voting patterns.

Binding of autotaxin to integrins localizes lysophosphatidic acid production to platelets and mammalian cells.

Structural basis for selective vascular endothelial growth factor-A (VEGF-A) binding to neuropilin-1.

Computer requirements for medical school students--implications for admissions.

Function of members of the neuropilin family as essential pleiotropic cell surface receptors.

Faculty expectations of students in small-group formats.

Computer literacy requirements and the admission process.

Mechanism of selective VEGF-A binding by neuropilin-1 reveals a basis for specific ligand inhibition.

Fluorinated N,N-dialkylaminostilbenes repress colon cancer by targeting methionine S-adenosyltransferase 2A.