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raphe pallidus
(46 times)
(15 times)
BAT (11 times)
SNA (7 times)
TRH (7 times)
1982 Activity of nucleus raphe pallidus neurons across the sleep-waking cycle in freely moving cats.
raphe pallidus nucleus
(4 times)
(2 times)
BAT (2 times)
2-DG (1 time)
DR (1 time)
2003 Neurons of the rat preoptic area and the raphe pallidus nucleus innervating the brown adipose tissue express the prostaglandin E receptor subtype EP3.
raphe pallidus area
(2 times)
(1 time)
BAT (2 times)
bpm (1 time)
commNTS (1 time)
2003 Excitatory amino acid receptor activation in the raphe pallidus area mediates prostaglandin-evoked thermogenesis.
Rabbit muscle phosphorylase a
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Chemistry Techniques, Analytical
(1 time)
HPLC (1 time)
PSP (1 time)
2004 Titania as a chemo-affinity support for the column-switching HPLC analysis of phosphopeptides: application to the characterization of phosphorylation sites in proteins by combination with protease digestion and electrospray ionization mass spectrometry.
rationale for prevalence
(1 time)
Public Health
(1 time)
--- 2012 [Consumption of chispitas multimicronutrient supplements and anemia in 6 - 35-month-old children: cross-cut study in the context of a populational health intervention in Apurimac, Peru].
repair + patch augmentation
(1 time)
Sports Medicine
(1 time)
PRP (1 time)
RPaPr (1 time)
RPr (1 time)
2013 Effect of platelet-rich plasma and porcine dermal collagen graft augmentation for rotator cuff healing in a rabbit model.
rye bread and pasta
(1 time)
Nutritional Sciences
(1 time)
OWPo (1 time)
2006 Interaction between cholesterol and glucose metabolism during dietary carbohydrate modification in subjects with the metabolic syndrome.