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|Molecular Sawdust Holds the Key: The Power of microRNA |
|Molecular Testing for Malaria Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) DNA Extraction by Chelex-100 |
|Monomeric IL-12p40 binds partner proteins to modulate immune cell function |
|A mouse without kynurenine aminotransferase II: Investigating the kynurenine pathway |
|Moving Higher and Higher: Creating Building Blocks for the Future |
|MTM SOP-03 Chelex DNA Extraction |
|mTOR, a therapeutic target in head and neck squamous cell carcinoma |
|mu-Crystallin: A Novel Protein Regulator of Mammalian Metabolism |
|MUC1 Mucin Inhibits Airway Epithelial Barrier Formation Through a beta Catenin Dependent Mechanism |
|MUC1 Mucin Inhibits Airway Epithelial Barrier Formation Through a β-Catenin Dependent Mechanism |
|Mucosal Duodenal Tissue from Gluten-Sensitive Patients Do Not Have Increased Expression of IgA B Cell Switch Markers |
|Multi-Joint Somatosensory Assessment in Patients Post Stroke |
|Multi-mechanistic inhibitors of androgen action for the treatment of prostate cancer |
|Multi-omic analysis of hearing difficulty risk loci and gene regulatory networks in the mammalian cochlea |
|Multiple Drug Resistance-associated Protein 4 Exports the Cyclooxygenase Product Prostaglandin E2 as a Possible Mechanism to Enhance Metastasis of Basal-like Breast Cancer |
|Multiple Drug Resistance-associated Protein 4 Exports the Cyclooxygenase-2 Product Prostaglandin E2 as a Possible Mechanism to Enhance Metastasis of Basal-like Breast Cancer |
|Multiple spatial and kinetic subpopulations of CaMKII in spines and dendrites as resolved by single-molecule tracking PALM |
|Murine polyomavirus T antigens interfere with distinct check-points in G(1) phase of the cell cycle |
|Murine polyomavirus T antigens interfere with distinct check-points in G1 phase of the cell cycle |
|The Muscle Xenograft Model of Facioscapulohumeral Muscular Dystrophy: Development, Optimization, and Novel Applications |
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