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adjusted mean difference
(126 times)
Medicine
(18 times)
CI (34 times)
aOR (19 times)
IRCT (4 times)
2006 Home-visiting intervention to improve child care among American Indian adolescent mothers: a randomized trial.
accelerated molecular dynamics
(86 times)
Chemistry
(36 times)
CMD (12 times)
MD (12 times)
GPCRs (5 times)
1994 Synthesis, characterization, and conformational analysis of the D/L-Tic7 stereoisomers of the bradykinin receptor antagonist D-Arg0[Hyp3,Thi5,D-Tic7,Oic8]bradykinin.
accelerated MD
(10 times)
Chemistry
(6 times)
MD (8 times)
sMD (2 times)
cMD (1 time)
2008 E9-Im9 colicin DNase-immunity protein biomolecular association in water: a multiple-copy and accelerated molecular dynamics simulation study.
accelerated MD simulation
(1 time)
Biophysics
(1 time)
CCR5 (1 time)
HIV-1 (1 time)
MD (1 time)
2014 Computational study on the interaction between CCR5 and HIV-1 entry inhibitor maraviroc: insight from accelerated molecular dynamics simulation and free energy calculation.
accelerated molecular dynamics simulation
(1 time)
Chemistry
(1 time)
muOR (1 time)
PSN (1 time)
2021 Probing Allosteric Regulation Mechanism of W7.35 on Agonist-Induced Activity for muOR by Mutation Simulation.
Alternate Mediterranean Diet
(1 time)
Food
(1 time)
DPs (1 time)
2021 Poor Dietary Quality and Patterns Are Associated with Higher Perceived Stress among Women of Reproductive Age in the UK.
baseline-adjusted mean difference
(1 time)
Medicine
(1 time)
BBSCQ (1 time)
OR (1 time)
SEHER (1 time)
2018 Promoting school climate and health outcomes with the SEHER multi-component secondary school intervention in Bihar, India: a cluster-randomised controlled trial.