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2022Additional Pathogenic Pathways in RBCK1 DeficiencyDemicheva, E. I.; Shinwari, K.; Ushenin, K. S.; Bolkov, M. A.
2022Analysis of the TREC and KREC Levels in the Dried Blood Spots of Healthy Newborns with Different Gestational Ages and WeightsCheremokhin, D. A.; Shinwari, K.; Deryabina, S. S.; Bolkov, M. A.; Tuzankina, I. A.; Kudlay, D. A.
2020Bioinformatics and biotechnology – two sides of the same analysisShinwari, K.
2021Defining muscle-invasive bladder cancer immunotypes by introducing tumor mutation burden, CD8+ T cells, and molecular subtypesChen, Z.; Liu, G.; Liu, G.; Bolkov, M. A.; Shinwari, K.; Tuzankina, I. A.; Chereshnev, V. A.; Wang, Z.
2021Identifying Main Genes and Pathways by Using Gene Expression Profiling in Primary Immunodeficiency HOIL-1/RBCK1 Disorder PatientsShinwari, K.; Liu, G.; Bolkov, M.; Ullah, M.; Tuzankina, I.
2022In Silico Analysis Revealed Five Novel High-Risk Single-Nucleotide Polymorphisms (rs200384291, rs201163886, rs193141883, rs201139487, and rs201723157) in ELANE Gene Causing Autosomal Dominant Severe Congenital Neutropenia 1 and Cyclic HematopoiesisShinwari, K.; Bolkov, M. A.; Yasir Akbar, M.; Guojun, L.; Deryabina, S. S.; Tuzankina, I. A.; Chereshnev, V. A.
2020Is up-regulation gene expression of the certain genes during the viral respiratory tract infection would have any influence in pathogenesis of the SAR-CoV-2 infection?Shinwari, K.; Liu, G.; Bolkov, M. A.; Ahmad, I.; Daud, M.; Tuzankina, I. A.; Chereshnev, V. A.
2022Novel Disease-Associated Missense Single-Nucleotide Polymorphisms Variants Predication by Algorithms Tools and Molecular Dynamics Simulation of Human TCIRG1 Gene Causing Congenital Neutropenia and OsteopetrosisShinwari, K.; Rehman, H. M.; Liu, G.; Bolkov, M. A.; Tuzankina, I. A.; Chereshnev, V. A.
2021Predicting the Most Deleterious Missense Nonsynonymous Single-Nucleotide Polymorphisms of Hennekam Syndrome-Causing CCBE1 Gene, in Silico AnalysisShinwari, K.; Guojun, L.; Deryabina, S. S.; Bolkov, M. A.; Tuzankina, I. A.; Chereshnev, V. A.