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|The backstretch: Some call it home |
|Bacterial Adhesion to Various Implant Surfaces |
|THE BACTERIAL COMMUNITIES ASSOCIATED WITH TWO MARINE SPONGES OF THE GENUS XESTOSPONGIA |
|Bacteriophage T4 as an expression-packaging-processing vector |
|Balance Between Inhibition and Excitation in Rat Prefrontal Cortex: Modulation by Dopamine, As a Study of Age and Cortical Layer |
|Baroreceptors buffer decreased mean arterial blood pressure during positive pressure ventilation by adjusting heart rate and total peripheral vascular resistance |
|Barriers to Infection: Tick Immune Effectors and Vectored Bacteria |
|Barriers to Providing And Receiving Adequate Services for Latinos in a New Immigrant Settlement Destination |
|Basolateral Amygdala Stimulation Evokes Feed-Forward Inhibition in the Medial Prefrontal Cortex |
|Becoming a social worker: Factors that predict socialization to the profession and differences between groups |
|Becoming a stranger: The experience of African students' transformation in a baccalaureate school of nursing |
|Behavioral Health among Foreign-Born and U.S.-Born Emerging Adults: Barriers to Seeking Services, College Enrollment Status, and Service Utilization |
|The Benefits and Costs of Caring: A Mixed Methods Study of Early Head Start Home Visitors |
|Beta-Catenin, TCF, and ICAT in T Cell Development, Function, and Aging |
|Between this world and the next: The lived experience of having a life-threatening illness |
|Beyond Efficacy, Toxicity, and Cost: Patients Define Cancer Care Value in the United States |
|Beyond the Dinoflagellate Transcriptome: Validation of Protein Production via Biochemical Analysis and Mass Spectrometry |
|Bi-directional regulation between RNF6 and AKT: Potential mediators of prostate cancer progression |
|Biases and caveats to implementing genomic medicine in diverse populations |
|Bioaccumulation of chlordane by channel catfish (Ictalurus punctatus) and toxicity to a human liver epithelial cell line |
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