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Long Form No. Long Form Research Area Co-occurring Abbreviation PubMed/MEDLINE Info. (Year, Title)
Rubisco-containing bodies
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CCVs (1 time)
CE (1 time)
CPs (1 time)
2003 Exclusion of ribulose-1,5-bisphosphate carboxylase/oxygenase from chloroplasts by specific bodies in naturally senescing leaves of wheat.
red blood cells
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DAT (1 time)
2012 EDTA glycine acid treatment of red blood cells.
radiation contaminated buildings
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Nuclear Medicine
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TLDs (1 time)
2003 The measurement of 60Co contaminated rebar buildings with thermoluminescence dosemeters.
repulsive Coulomb barriers
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--- 2015 Photoelectron spectroscopy of hexachloroplatinate-nucleobase complexes: Nucleobase excited state decay observed via delayed electron emission.
resin-composite blocks
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EDX (1 time)
SEM (1 time)
TG (1 time)
2017 Can CAD/CAM resin blocks be considered as substitute for conventional resins?
resistance to care behaviors
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Delivery of Health Care
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--- 2019 Description of Process and Content of Online Dementia Coaching for Family Caregivers of Persons with Dementia.
Risk Communication Behaviours
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BS (1 time)
BSs (1 time)
GP (1 time)
2015 General Practitioners and Breast Surgeons in France, Germany, Netherlands and the UK show variable breast cancer risk communication profiles.
risk compensatory behaviours
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Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome
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MC (1 time)
2018 Male circumcision for HIV prevention: female risk compensatory behaviour in South Africa.
Ritualistic Chewing Behaviors
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OCD (1 time)
2013 Ritualistic chewing behavior induced by mCPP in the rat is an animal model of obsessive compulsive disorder.