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|Carrying on despite the pain: Living with painful venous ulcers. A Heideggerian hermeneutic analysis |
|Cavernous nerve injury by radiotherapy potentiates erectile dysfunction in rats |
|Ca²⁺/CaM-Sensitive Adenylyl Cyclase and Its Role in Neuronal Plasticity During Learning in Aplysia |
|CBCT ASSESSMENT OF DENTAL AND SKELETAL ARCH CHANGES USING THE DAMON VS. CONVENTIONAL (MBT) SYSTEM |
|Celastrol Limits Autoimmune Arthritis by Reducing Th17 and Promoting Treg Cells in Inflamed Joints |
|Cellular adaptations in response to inhibition of sarcoplasmic/endoplasmic reticulum calcium ion transport ATPases in human cancer cells |
|Cellular and Molecular Dynamics of Stressed Myocardium |
|Cellular and molecular studies of marginal zone B cells |
|Cellular Changes in Response to Embedded Fragments: An Animal Surveillance Model |
|Change over time in implementation fidelity of a child welfare practice model |
|Changes in (calcium(2+))(i) and pH(i) in cultured rat proximal tubular epithelium following anoxia: An in vitro model for renal ischemia. |
|Changes in muscle response as a result of perceived pain |
|Characteristics and regulation of aspartate transport systems in rat ventral prostate epithelial cells |
|Characterization and transcriptional analysis of rainbow trout MHC class I pathway genes in response to viral infection |
|Characterization of an olfactory subsystem |
|Characterization of angiotensin II and protein kinase C signalling pathways that regulate intracellular pH in neonatal rat ventricular myocytes |
|Characterization of autotransporters of the Surface cell antigen (Sca) family in Rickettsia typhi |
|Characterization of beta-cyclodextrin for direct compression tableting. |
|Characterization of biochemical and genetic mechanisms of vancomycin resistance in Staphylococcus haemolyticus |
|Characterization of chromosome structure and centromeric activity of Robertsonian translocations |
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