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1007 1024 Byron, K.: A meta-analytic review of work – family conflict and its antecedents. J. Voc. Behav., 2005, 67 , 169

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–849. 24 Dobhal M, Juneja M, Jain R, et al. Health-related quality of life in children with cerebral palsy and their families. Indian Pediatr. 2014; 51: 385

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sleep-related breathing disorders. Eur. Respir. J., 2003, 21 (4), 682–687. 8 Torzsa, P., Novák, M., Mucsi, I., et al.: The role of family physicians in the

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Authors: Melinda Pénzes, Edit Czeglédi, Péter Balázs, and Róbert Urbán

. E., Baker, P. R., Thomas, B. C., et al.: Family-based programmes for preventing smoking by children and adolescents. Cochrane Database Syst. Rev., 2015, (2), CD004493.

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Introduction Fatty acid binding proteins (FABPs) are members of the intracellular lipid-binding protein family, and exhibit tissue-specific expression [ 1, 2 ]. FABPs are small (14–15 kDa) cytosolic proteins that bind to unsaturated and saturated

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; 120: 217–221. 12 Kaplan R, Adams JA, Starling SP, et al. Medical response to child sexual abuse. A resource for professionals working with children and families. STM Learning

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Authors: Imre Rurik, Tímea Ungvári, Judit Szidor, Péter Torzsa, Csaba Móczár, Zoltán Jancsó, and János Sándor

Rurik, I., Torzsa, P., Ilyés, I., et al.: Primary care obesity management in Hungary: evaluation of the knowledge, practice and attitudes of family physicians. BMC Fam. Pract., 2013, 14, 156

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Authors: Anita Netyő, Gabriella Lengyel, and János Fehér

. és mtsai: Hepatitis C virus tramsission and its risk factors within families of patients infected with hepatitis C virus in southern Iran: Khuzestan. World J. Gastrolenterol., 2006, 12 , 7025

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Authors: Norbert Pásztor, Borbála Eszter Hegyi, Attila Badó, and Gábor Németh

–314. 2 Tsui AO, McDonald-Mosley R, Burke AE. Family planning and the burden of unintended pregnancies. Epidemiol Rev. 2010; 32: 152–174. 3 Johnson S, Pion C, Jennings V

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in both replicates on at least two peptides were accepted and are summarized in Table  II . These proteins are HlyD family secretion protein FTS_0036 and D -alanyl- D -alanine carboxypeptidase (penicillin-binding protein) family protein FTS_1034

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