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Autosomal recessive cutis laxa
(10 times)
Genetics, Medical
(4 times)
ARCL2 (1 time)
CL (1 time)
DCN (1 time)
2009 Mutations in PYCR1 cause cutis laxa with progeroid features.
autoregressive cross-lagged
(9 times)
Neurology
(2 times)
PTSD (2 times)
AD (1 time)
ADAS-Cog (1 time)
2013 The relationship of PTSD to negative cognitions: a 17-year longitudinal study.
actual root canal length
(2 times)
Dentistry
(1 time)
CBCT (1 time)
EALs (1 time)
ICC (1 time)
2015 Accuracy of electronic apex locators in primary teeth: a meta-analysis.
actual root canal length method
(1 time)
Dentistry
(1 time)
EAL (1 time)
PRR (1 time)
RCLs (1 time)
2013 Root canal length determination by different methods in primary teeth: an in vivo study.
angle resolved cathodoluminescence
(1 time)
Diagnostic Imaging
(1 time)
CL (1 time)
2011 Assessment of waveguiding properties of gallium oxide nanostructures by angle resolved cathodoluminescence in a scanning electron microscope.
Armenian Relief Cross in Lebanon
(1 time)
Patient Care Team
(1 time)
ATOD (1 time)
2010 Training trainees, young activists, to conduct awareness campaigns about prevention of substance abuse among Lebanese/Armenian young people.
autoregressive cross-lagged modeling strategy
(1 time)
Cognitive Science
(1 time)
PTG (1 time)
2018 Growing Apart: A Longitudinal Assessment of the Relation Between Post-traumatic Growth and Loneliness Among Combat Veterans.
autosomal recessive congenital cutis laxa
(1 time)
Genetics, Medical
(1 time)
ARCL2A (1 time)
2014 Autosomal recessive cutis laxa type 2A (ARCL2A) mimicking Ehlers-Danlos syndrome by its dermatological manifestations: report of three affected patients.