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Now showing items 1674-1693 of 1968
|S100A1 modulation of skeletal muscle excitation-contraction coupling |
|S100B regulates IL-6 signaling via the p90 ribosomal S6 kinase (RSK) in malignant melanoma |
|S100B regulation of p53 phosphorylation by PKC(alpha) and structural characterization of zinc(2+)-binding to calcium(2+)-S100B |
|Sarcolemmal repair and recovery from contraction-induced skeletal muscle injury |
|Sarcopenia and PRAISEDD-2 Intervention's Impact on Diet, Physical Activity, and Body Composition |
|School-age Children Are a Reservoir of Malaria Infection in Malawi |
|The Search for Abstract Value: Encoding of Specific Outcome Features in Lateral OFC and Adjusted Value in Medial OFC Revealed by Pavlovian Unblocking |
|Secondary Insults of Traumatic Brain Injury in CCATT Patients Returning from Iraq/Afghanistan: 2001-2006 |
|Seeking help for postpartum depression: The Behavioral Model of Health Service Use as a framework for predicting treatment utilization for postpartum depression |
|Selected factors affecting utilization of social services by women clients of two domestic violence shelters |
|Self-efficacy in geriatric rehabilitation |
|Self-efficacy in performing health education and knowledge of health teaching-learning principles in Jordanian baccalaureate nursing students. |
|Self-reported factors influencing medication adherence in college students |
|Sensation seeking in urban African-American male substance abusers: Modification of the Sensation Seeking Scale |
|The sense of coherence factor as a predictor of pharmacy school grade point average |
|A sensitive non-radioactive assay for Mammalian RNA polymerase II activity. |
|Serological Correlates of Protection against Shigellosis in Humans |
|Serotonergic Modulation of Glutamate Transmission: Bridging Two Theories of Depression |
|Serotonin Receptor Signaling Following Selective Serotonin Reuptake Inhibitor Treatment or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Agonist |
|Serum Vitamin E Concentrations and Physical Function after Hip Fracture |
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