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antibody-mediated osseous regeneration
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Biomedical Research
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ACS (6 times)
mAbs (4 times)
mAb (3 times)
2011 Antibody-mediated osseous regeneration: a novel strategy for bioengineering bone by immobilized anti-bone morphogenetic protein-2 antibodies.
Arctic Mid-Ocean Ridge
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(4 times)
AVR (1 time)
CBM (1 time)
GDGTs (1 time)
2010 Discovery of a black smoker vent field and vent fauna at the Arctic Mid-Ocean Ridge.
adjusted median odds ratio
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ACs (1 time)
CVCs (1 time)
ICUs (1 time)
2014 Variation of arterial and central venous catheter use in United States intensive care units.
Acute macular outer retinopathy
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--- 2011 Acute macular outer retinopathy (AMOR): a reappraisal of acute macular neuroretinopathy using multimodality diagnostic testing.
Alliances for the Mutual Organisation of Risk oriented inspection strategies
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Nutritional Sciences
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--- 2013 Netchain coordinator services in pork supply chains including inspections according to the AMOR principle.
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Genetic Phenomena
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5hmC (1 time)
5mC (1 time)
AMPEL (1 time)
2019 Phytochemicals Rosmarinic Acid, Ampelopsin, and Amorfrutin-A Can Modulate Age-Related Phenotype of Serially Passaged Human Skin Fibroblasts in vitro.
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Drug Therapy
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5-FC (1 time)
AMPH-B (1 time)
FLZ (1 time)
1987 In vitro and in vivo drug studies with three agents of central nervous system phaeohyphomycosis.
Aussiedler Mortality
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--- 2019 Aussiedler Mortality (AMOR): cohort studies on ethnic German migrants from the Former Soviet Union.