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Long Form No. Long Form Research Area Co-occurring Abbreviation PubMed/MEDLINE Info. (Year, Title)
dual orexin receptor antagonist
(19 times)
Pharmacology
(5 times)
OX1R (4 times)
OX2R (4 times)
1-SORAs (2 times)
2010 Orexin receptor antagonism prevents transcriptional and behavioral plasticity resulting from stimulant exposure.
Declaration on Research Assessment
(4 times)
Molecular Biology
(2 times)
JIF (2 times)
2013 Impact fact-or fiction?
Double-outlet right atrium
(4 times)
Cardiology
(3 times)
AV (1 time)
AVSD (1 time)
CHF (1 time)
2007 Double-outlet right atrium: anatomic and clinical considerations.
doramectin
(2 times)
Chemistry Techniques, Analytical
(2 times)
ABA (2 times)
IVER (2 times)
MOXI (2 times)
2016 Determination of macrocyclic lactones in bovine liver using QuEChERS and HPLC with fluorescence detection.
Dynamic Objective Risk Assessment
(2 times)
Critical Care
(1 time)
PICU (1 time)
PRISM (1 time)
1998 A report of the use of the Dynamic Objective Risk Assessment (DORA) score in the changing pediatric intensive care environment.
Directory of Organizations that Recognize/Accredit Medical Schools
(1 time)
Education
(1 time)
WHO (1 time)
2008 Overview of accreditation of undergraduate medical education programmes worldwide.
Discovery Of Relations by Analogy
(1 time)
Psychology
(1 time)
--- 2008 A theory of the discovery and predication of relational concepts.
Dog Obesity Risk and Appetite
(1 time)
--- 2015 Development, factor structure and application of the Dog Obesity Risk and Appetite (DORA) questionnaire.
dual-activity orexin receptor antagonist
(1 time)
Neurosciences
(1 time)
OX1 (1 time)
2014 Orexin 1 receptor antagonists in compulsive behavior and anxiety: possible therapeutic use.