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NA (1077 times)
HI (343 times)
NP (212 times)
1962 Characteristics of para-influenza 1 (HA-2) virus. III. Antigenic relationships, growth, interaction with erythrocytes, and physical properties.
hyaluronic acid
(5971 times)
Biomedical Engineering
(637 times)
OA (347 times)
CS (309 times)
ECM (226 times)
0 [Endocrine orbitopathy - the topic still alive].
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Biomedical Engineering
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SEM (296 times)
SBF (211 times)
XRD (211 times)
1968 Preparation and Solubility of Hydroxyapatite.
(476 times)
(122 times)
t-MH (30 times)
HDC (29 times)
i.c.v (28 times)
1976 Dual localization of histamine in an ascending neuronal pathway and in non-neuronal cells evidenced by lesions in the lateral hypothalamic area.
harm avoidance
(306 times)
(154 times)
NS (134 times)
RD (101 times)
TCI (99 times)
1993 The Tridimensional Personality Questionnaire in eating disorder patients.
hydroxamic acid
(14 times)
(4 times)
3-NT (1 time)
AChE (1 time)
BBB (1 time)
1966 Urease activity and antibiotic sensitivity of bacteria.
(7 times)
Sports Medicine
(3 times)
EMG (3 times)
GA (2 times)
RF (2 times)
1992 Effects of isokinetic soreness-inducing exercise on blood levels of C-reactive protein and creatine kinase.
(5 times)
(1 time)
i.p (3 times)
2-MeHA (1 time)
2-MeNH (1 time)
1993 Potential bioactivated neurotoxicants, N-methylated beta-carbolinium ions, are present in human brain.
hypoxia alone
(2 times)
(1 time)
EEG (1 time)
HApH (1 time)
HCR (1 time)
2009 Differential effects of hypoxia and acidosis on p53 expression, repair of UVC-damaged DNA and viability after UVC in normal and tumor-derived human cells.