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|o-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids and cardiac mitochondria |
|Occupational and Environmental Exposures, Genetic Polymorphisms and Bladder Cancer Risk among Male Farmers in Egypt |
|Omentin Activates AMP-activated Protein Kinase and Plays a Role in Energy Metabolism and Immune Response |
|On the Progress of Medical Science |
|An oncogenic role for RUNX2 in breast cancer progression and glucose metabolism through regulation of SIRT6 |
|Oncology Center Honors Concerned Citizen |
|Oncolytic Mechanisms of the HSV-2 Mutant deltaPK and Enhancement by Valproic Acid |
|Oncolytic Mechanisms of the HSV-2 Mutant ΔPK and Enhancement by Valproic Acid |
|Ontogeny and Phylogeny of the Splenic White Pulp |
|Open-channel blockade of the N-methyl-D-aspartate receptor in the mammalian central nervous system by 9-aminoacridines: A kinetic analysis |
|Optimal plasma transfusion in cardiac surgery patients with massive intraoperative transfusion (OPTICS) |
|Optimization of Human Adipose-derived Stem Cell (ADSC) Culture for Growth, Multi-lineage Differentiation and Regenerative Potential |
|Optimizing Cortical Priming to Enhance Bimanual Arm Coordination in Individuals with Chronic Stroke |
|Optogenetic Dissection of Interneuron Microcircuits Driving Cholinergically-Activated Rhythms in CA1 Hippocampus |
|Oral Anticoagulation Medication Usage in Older Adults with Atrial Fibrillation Residing in Long-term Care Facilities |
|The Orbitofrontal Cortex and Inferred Value: Neural Correlates and the Effects of Cocaine |
|The organization of beta-spectrin and dystrophin at the sarcolemma of skeletal muscle |
|Organization of the Innate Immune System: the First Line of Defense |
|Organization of the intact human erythrocyte cytoskeleton and its attachment to the membrane: Ultrastructural studies |
|The origin and meiotic behavior of Robertsonian translocations |
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