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|L-655, 708 Exerts Rapidly-Acting Antidepressant Efficacy in Rat Models of Depression |
|Lactobacillus GG Secrets Small Peptides That Inhibit The Growth of Antibiotic-Resistant Bacteria |
|Lactobacillus Isolates That Stop the Growth of Shigella in Culture and Increase the Resistance of Cultured Epithelial Cells to Disruption by Shigella |
|Larazotide Acetate |
|Larazotide Acetate (AT-1001) Inhibits the Intestinal Permeability-Inflammatory Loop Caused by Gliadin and Cytokines |
|A large genetic locus of enteropathogenic Escherichia coli sufficient to confer the attaching and effacing virulence phenotype in vitro |
|LCME Self Study |
|LCME Self Study Educational Program for the MD Degree Subcommittee Report: Report of the Educational Objectives Sub-Committee 2008 |
|LCME Self Study Educational Resources Subcommittee Report |
|LCME Self Study Faculty Affairs Subcommittee Report |
|LCME Self Study Institutional Setting Subcommittee Report |
|THE LDL RECEPTOR-RELATED PROTEIN 1 (LRP1) REGULATES THE PDGF SIGNALING PATHWAY BY BINDING THE PROTEIN PHOSPHATASE SHP-2 AND MODULATING SHP-2- MEDIATED PDGF SIGNALING EVENTS |
|A Leader in Childhood Cancer Research and Care: The Director of the Johns Hopkins Pediatric Oncology Service Discusses Treatment and Laboratory Successes |
|Leading Innovation and Discovery: Changing Lives Worldwide |
|Letter from Curt I. and Nancy B. Civin to the President of Amherst College |
|Letterhead stationery for the University of Maryland School of Medicine's Bicentennial 1807-2007 |
|Liaison Committee on Medical Education Accreditation Self-Study Report: Medical Student Sub-Committee Report 2007 |
|Liaison Committee on Medical Education Self Study |
|Limited Utility of Polymerase Chain Reaction in Induced Sputum Specimens for Determining the Causes of Childhood Pneumonia in Resource-Poor Settings: Findings From the Pneumonia Etiology Research for Child Health (PERCH) Study |
|Linking childhood sexual abuse and early adolescent risk behavior: The intervening role of internalizing and externalizing problems |
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