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carbon, hydrogen, oxygen, and nitrogen
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Environmental Health
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AD (1 time)
ADM1 (1 time)
FSA (1 time)
2006 Integrated chemical, physical and biological processes modelling of anaerobic digestion of sewage sludge.
chondroitin sulfate
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Diagnostic Imaging
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CHIT (1 time)
FILTD (1 time)
NPs (1 time)
1994 Effect of urinary macromolecules and chondroitin sulphate on calcium oxalate crystallization in urine.
C, H, O, and N
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Environmental Health
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APPI (1 time)
CHN (1 time)
CHO (1 time)
2020 Assessment of PM2.5-bound nitrogen-containing organic compounds (NOCs) during winter at urban sites in China and Korea.
CHO intake
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Sports Medicine
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CHO (1 time)
CHOL (1 time)
1985 Effects of muscle CHO-loading manipulations on hormonal responses during prolonged exercise.
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BAP (1 time)
BS (1 time)
CA (1 time)
2003 [Changes in the articular compartment in advanced osteoarthritis].
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ADSCs (1 time)
GO (1 time)
MACD (1 time)
2018 Histone Variants as Stem Cell Biomarkers for Long-Term Injection Medialization Laryngoplasty.
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PROT (1 time)
sCT (1 time)
2015 Chondroitin-based nanoplexes as peptide delivery systems--Investigations into the self-assembly process, solid-state and extended release characteristics.
classifier using HON feature
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CLON (1 time)
FC (1 time)
FED (1 time)
2019 Treatment-naive first episode depression classification based on high-order brain functional network.
compounds with oxygen and nitrogen
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Environmental Health
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DOM (1 time)
SPE (1 time)
2015 Dissolved organic matter in Lake Superior: insights into the effects of extraction methods on chemical composition.