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|Macrophage activation in the dorsal root ganglion in rats developing autotomy after peripheral nerve injury |
|Macrophage LRP1 Promotes Diet-Induced Hepatic Inflammation and Metabolic Dysfunction by Modulating Wnt Signaling |
|Magnetic nanoparticle mediated steroid delivery mitigates cisplatin induced hearing loss |
|Magnetic resonance imaging pilot study of intravenous glyburide in traumatic brain injury |
|Magnetophoretic and spectral characterization of oxyhemoglobin and deoxyhemoglobin: Chemical versus enzymatic processes |
|Magnitude of the Difference Between Clinic and Ambulatory Blood Pressures and Risk of Adverse Outcomes in Patients With Chronic Kidney Disease |
|Maintaining ACA's gains in insurance coverage and improving access to behavioral health care |
|Maintaining consistent bladder filling during external beam radiotherapy for prostate cancer. |
|Maintenance of Deep Lung Architecture and Automated Airway Segmentation for 3D Mass Spectrometry Imaging |
|Major Announcement: Schizophrenia Bulletin Open |
|Major quantitative trait loci influencing milk production and conformation traits in Guernsey dairy cattle detected on Bos taurus autosome 19 |
|Making dollars and sense of SAVE |
|THE MAKING OF A FOOTPRINT IN PROTEIN FOOTPRINTING: A REVIEW IN HONOR OF MICHAEL L. GROSS |
|Making shopping easy for people with visual impairment using mobile assistive technologies |
|Making voluntary medical male circumcision services sustainable: Findings from Kenya's pilot models, baseline and year 1 |
|Mako: A Graph-based Pattern Growth Approach to Detect Complex Structural Variants |
|MALDI-MSI spatially maps N-glycan alterations to histologically distinct pulmonary pathologies following irradiation |
|Male With Anterior Left Knee Pain |
|Malian adults maintain serologic responses to virulent PfEMP1s amid seasonal patterns of fluctuation |
|Malignant Ascites in Ovarian Cancer: Cellular, Acellular, and Biophysical Determinants of Molecular Characteristics and Therapy Response |
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