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effect size
(1700 times)
Sports Medicine
(324 times)
CI (161 times)
SRM (143 times)
RCTs (50 times)
1980 Measuring effect magnitude in repeated measures ANOVA designs: implications for gerontological research.
excretory-secretory
(605 times)
Parasitology
(309 times)
ELISA (55 times)
ML (17 times)
dpi (14 times)
1979 Studies on chronic versus transient intestinal nematode infections in mice. I. A. comparison of responses to excretory/secretory (ES) products of Nippostrongylus brasiliensis and Nematospiroides dubius worms.
enzyme-substrate
(56 times)
Biochemistry
(22 times)
EP (6 times)
QM/MM (6 times)
2,3-QD (2 times)
1979 Determination of enzyme mechanisms by radiationless energy transfer kinetics.
excretory-secretory products
(51 times)
Parasitology
(34 times)
PC (5 times)
AW (2 times)
BMDC (2 times)
1977 Chemical attraction between adults of Nippostrongylus brasiliensis: description of the phenomenon and effects of host immunity.
excretory and secretory
(17 times)
Parasitology
(9 times)
p.i (2 times)
RT-PCR (2 times)
AEP (1 time)
1980 Intradermal reactivity of excretory and secretory products of onchocercal microfilariae.
end-to-side
(13 times)
General Surgery
(7 times)
EE (9 times)
SS (2 times)
AIOD (1 time)
1983 Intestinal bypass. A randomized, prospective clinical study of end-to-side and end-to-end jejunoileal bypass.
Edmondson-Steiner
(7 times)
Pathology
(2 times)
HCC (7 times)
ROC (2 times)
ADC (1 time)
2012 Role of Foxp3-positive tumor-infiltrating lymphocytes in the histologic features and clinical outcomes of hepatocellular carcinoma.