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single and double configuration interaction
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CHL (2 times)
CAS (1 time)
CT (1 time)
2006 Study of the C(3P) + OH(X2Pi) --> CO(X1Sigma(g)+) + H(2S) reaction: a fully global ab initio potential energy surface of the X2A' state.
Scale Drought Conditions Index
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Environmental Health
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AMSR-E (1 time)
MIDI (1 time)
MODIS (1 time)
2021 Comparative evaluation of drought indices for monitoring drought based on remote sensing data.
single and double excitation configuration interaction
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DFR (1 time)
RFCA (1 time)
2007 Electronic structures and bonding of CeF: a frozen-core four-component relativistic configuration interaction study.
small deep cerebellar ischemic lesions
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SCCI (1 time)
2009 Association between Small Deep Cerebellar Ischemic Lesion and Small-Vessel Disease.
standard deviation of coupling interval
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PVCs (1 time)
2013 Patterns of ectopy leading to increased risk of fatal or near-fatal cardiac arrhythmia in patients with depressed left ventricular function after an acute myocardial infarction.
storage-dependent calcium influx
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Cell Biology
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--- 1993 Competence induction by PDGF requires sustained calcium influx by a mechanism distinct from storage-dependent calcium influx.
subdiastolic cuff inflation
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AT (1 time)
BA (1 time)
FMD (1 time)
2019 Aerobic training and vascular protection: Insight from altered blood flow patterns.
suspected deep Candida infection
(1 time)
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Ab (1 time)
Ag (1 time)
BMT (1 time)
1996 Deep Candida infection in children receiving allogeneic bone marrow transplants: incidence, risk factors and diagnosis.