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|Primaquine for Plasmodium vivax radical cure: What we do not know and why it matters. |
|Primary care clinical provider knowledge and experiences in the diagnosis and treatment of tick-borne illness: a qualitative assessment from a Lyme disease endemic community |
|Primary care physician perspectives on barriers and facilitators to self-management of type 2 diabetes |
|Primary psychosis: more to know, much more to do |
|Primordial origin and diversification of plasmids in Lyme disease agent bacteria |
|Primum non nocere: a call for balance when reporting on CTE |
|The principles of Nurturing Care promote human capital and mitigate adversities from preconception through adolescence |
|The prion 2018 round tables (I): the structure of PrP Sc |
|Prion replication environment defines the fate of prion strain adaptation |
|Prion strain-specific structure and pathology: A view from the perspective of glycobiology |
|Prior pandemics. looking to the past for insight into the COVID-19 pandemic |
|Prior Therapeutic Experiences, Not Expectation Ratings, Predict Placebo Effects: An Experimental Study in Chronic Pain and Healthy Participants |
|Pro-Con Debate: Fibrinogen Concentrate or Cryoprecipitate for Treatment of Acquired Hypofibrinogenemia in Cardiac Surgical Patients |
|Proactive Drug Monitoring Is Associated With Higher Persistence to Infliximab and Adalimumab Treatment and Lower Healthcare Utilization Compared With Reactive and Clinical Monitoring |
|Probable haloperidol decanoate-induced fever in an African American with benign ethnic neutropenia: A case report |
|Probing molecular insights into Zika virus–host interactions |
|Probing the mechanism of inactivation of the FOX-4 cephamycinase by avibactam |
|Probiotic Bacteria and Their Cell Walls Induce Th1-Type Immunity Against Typhimurium Challenge |
|Procedural Telementoring in Rural, Underdeveloped, and Austere Settings: Origins, Present Challenges, and Future Perspectives |
|Process evaluation of an implementation study in dementia care (EIT-4-BPSD): stakeholder perspectives |
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