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contour-clamped homogeneous electric field
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PFGE (15 times)
FIGE (8 times)
Mb (5 times)
1987 Resolution of DNA molecules greater than 5 megabases by contour-clamped homogeneous electric fields.
chelation-enhanced fluorescence
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PET (14 times)
ICT (11 times)
DFT (7 times)
2005 A highly selective fluorescent chemosensor for Pb2+.
Chinese hamster embryo fibroblast
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AT (1 time)
HPRT (1 time)
PLD (1 time)
1980 Genetic analysis of tumorigenesis: V. Chromosomal analysis of tumorigenic and nontumorigenic diploid chinese hamster cell lines.
contour-clamped homogeneous field
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Molecular Biology
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PFGE (2 times)
FIGE (1 time)
YAC (1 time)
1988 Development of large DNA methods for plants: molecular cloning of large segments of Arabidopsis and carrot DNA into yeast.
chelation-induced enhanced fluorescence
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Molecular Biology
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--- 2019 A highly turn-on fluorescent CHEF-type chemosensor for selective detection of Cu2+ in aqueous media.
Chronic heart failure
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Primary Health Care
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CDSR (1 time)
CRIB (1 time)
NRR (1 time)
2002 Exercise training and heart failure: a systematic review of current evidence.
clamped homogeneous field
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AGE (1 time)
kbp (1 time)
1990 Human ureaplasmas show diverse genome sizes by pulsed-field electrophoresis.
Communication about Health, Eating, and Food
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Behavioral Sciences
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--- 2016 Culturally-Based Communication about Health, Eating, and Food: Development and validation of the CHEF scale.
Countour Homogeneous Electric Field
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--- 1996 Differentiation of Saccharomyces cerevisiae strains isolated from fermenting musts according to their karyotype patterns.