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. Ecol. 7 , 60 – 68 . Bon , R. , Gonzalez , G. , Estevez , I. and Recarte , J. M. ( 1992 ): Comparison of social patterns during the rut within three European populations of

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References 1 Avery C, Holliday K, Chakladar S, et al. Disparities in early transitions to obesity in contemporary multi-ethnic US populations. PLoS ONE

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Hoban S, Gaggiotti O, Bertorelle G: Sample Planning Optimization Tool for conservation and population Genetics (SPOTG): A software for choosing the appropriate number of markers and samples. Methods Ecol Evol 4, 299–303 (2013

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comprehensive health literacy in general populations – the HLS-EU instruments. The Second International Conference of Health Literacy and Health Promotion, October 6–8, 2014, Taipei/Taiwan.

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Authors: Petra Baji, Valentin Brodszky, Fanni Rencz, Imre Boncz, László Gulácsi, and Márta Péntek

Hungarian population. [A magyar lakosság egészségi állapothoz kapcsolódó életminősége.] Orv. Hetil., 2003, 144 (34), 1667–1674. [Hungarian] 27 Szende, A., Janssen, B

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–265. 17 Lien, Y. J., Kao, Y. C., Liu, Y. P., et al.: Relationships of perceived public stigma of mental illness and psychosis-like experiences in a non-clinical population sample. Soc

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Acta Veterinaria Hungarica
Authors: Zrinka Štritof, Catriona Mitchell, Nenad Turk, Josipa Habuš, Suzana Hađina, Matko Perharić, and Andrew S. Waller

distribution of infection. The study included horses selected from the eight counties where 70 per cent of Croatian horses reside. Twelve counties excluded from the study cover the remaining 30 per cent of the horse population and most of them have less than

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A kis dózisú komputertomográfiával történő tüdőrákszűrés költségvetési hatása

The budget impact of lung cancer screening with low-dose computed tomography

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Authors: Balázs Nagy, László Szilbehorn, Anna Kerpel-Fronius, Mariann Moizs, Gábor Bajzik, and Zoltán Vokó

://gco.iarc.fr/today/online-analysis-table?v=2018&mode=population&mode_population=countries&population=900&populations=900&key=asr&sex=0&cancer=15&type=0&statistic=5&prevalence=0&population_group=0&ages_group%5B%5D=0&ages_group%5B%5D=17&group_cancer=1&include_nmsc=1&include_nmsc_other=1

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. A. : Association of a polymorphism in the P2X7 gene with tuberculosis in a Gambian population. J Infect Dis 186 , 1458 – 1462 ( 2002 ). 12. Etokebe , G. , Bulat

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The present day genetic architecture of a species bears much significance to its closely related species which is due to species-specific differences, shaped by different evolutionary forces across time scale. With the availability of whole genome sequence of several closely related species, it is now possible to infer evolutionary patterns of genes and genomes in specific lineages. To this respect, CD4 gene, primarily responsible for defensive mechanism in human, is conserved across a few taxa, and thus, comparative genomic studies could be useful for better understanding of host—pathogen biology. Comparative and evolutionary analyses were performed in eleven taxa (10 mammalian and avian) with different statistical algorithms. Phylogenetic inferences revealed recent divergence of human and chimpanzee, and pig was found to be diverged from rest of the taxa significantly. Additionally, gene length, microsatellites, and secondary structures were observed across taxa. The genetic architecture of CD4 gene and its evolutionary history in different mammalian taxa provide crucial evidence in support of the fact that this gene might have been evolving at a similar rate to other human immune system genes. Future population-based study and structural modeling would unravel the differential ability to interact with HIV virus and influence immune system in humans.

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