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Mahomed F: The aetiology of Bright’s disease and the prealbuminuric stage. Med. Chir. Trans. 57, 197–228 (1874) Mahomed F. The aetiology of Bright’s disease and the prealbuminuric stage

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based on three rules: All fireflies are attracted by each other; Attractiveness is proportioned by brightness, the less brilliant move towards the brighter one; If there is no more luminous firefly than the selected one, that will move randomly in the

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A “null-biopszia” klinikai értéker

Klinikai és kísérletes lehetőségek az átültethető vesék számának növelésére és minőségük javítására

Magyar Sebészet
Author: Péter Szakály

L De Bleser S De Geest RN Fine 2007 Quality of life after kidney transplantation: the bright

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A descriptive linguist’s view

Acta Linguistica Academica
Author: Olesya Khanina

tvorčestva . Bright , William . 2007 . Contextualizing a grammar . In T. Payne and D. Weber (eds.) Perspectives on grammar writing . Amsterdam & Philadelphia : John Benjamins . 11 – 17 . Broeder , D. , H. Sloetjes , P. Trilsbeek

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. 2004 32 651 690 Bright, C.: Deconstructing reparative therapy: an examination of the processes involved

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oxide a new player in plant signaling and defence responses . Curr Opin Plant Biol 7 : 449 – 455 10.1016/j.pbi.2004.04.002 . 7. Neil , S , Barros , R , Bright , J , Desikan , R

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J. Hepatol. 1996 24 277 285 Madhoun, M. F., Fazili, J., Bright, B. C. és

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Bright, P. W. and P. A. Morris. 1990. Habitat requirements of Dormice (Muscardinus avellanarius) in relation to woodland management in Southwest England. Biol. Conserv. 54: 307

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of ZnO nanoparticles. AFM analysis In large scales AFM topography images of PVDF and PVDF–ZnO nanocomposites, one can see the bright and dark strips or spots ( Fig. 2a–d ). It has been observed from Fig. 2a that

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European Journal of Microbiology and Immunology
Authors: D. Fleissner, K. Loser, W. Hansen, J. Dissemond, A. Körber, S. Beissert, J. Buer, and A. M. Westendorf

2009 Circulating CD4+CD25 bright FOXP3+T cells are up-regulated by biological therapies and correlate with the clinical response in psoriasis patients Dermatology 219 250 – 258

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