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Human genetic variation

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Human genetic variation is the genetic differences both within and among populations. There ..... Hammer et al. tested the hypothesis that contemporary African genomes have .... Another study shows ...

Inhibition of carbonic anhydrase-II by sulfamate and sulfamide ...

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Klinger AL(1), McComsey DF, Smith-Swintosky V, Shank RP, Maryanoff BE. ... and sulfamide derivatives for inhibition of human carbonic anhydrase-II (CA-II) by using a direct binding assay based on the ThermoFluor method (Matulis et al.

Differentiation of adipocytes and osteocytes from human ... - NCBI

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However, in a study by Kern et al (2006), which compared isolation of MSC from .... Caviggioli F, Vinci V, Salval A, Klinger M. Human adipose-derived stem cells: ...

Culturally Responsive Differentiated Instructional ... - NYU Steinhardt

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inappropriate (Klinger, Artiles, et. al. 2005). Klingner, Artiles, et.al. (2005) recommend the creation of a culturally responsive education system grounded in the ...

Multiplex Identification of Antigen-Specific T Cell Receptors Using a ...

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Oct 28, 2015 ... Citation: Klinger M, Pepin F, Wilkins J, Asbury T, Wittkop T, Zheng J, et al. ...... The computed p-values of observed versus expected events are shown .... Overlap and effective size of the human CD8+ T cell receptor repertoire.

Running head: Subliminal Words Activate Categories SUBLIMINAL ...

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Mark Klinger, Department of Psychology, University of Alabama. This research was ... robust and easily replicable (e.g., Dehaene et al., 1998; Draine & Greenwald, 1998; ... semantic classification task (e.g., animate vs. inanimate object; Damian, 2001).1 ..... Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 27 , 154-165.

Cell Death and Disease - In vitro differentiation of germ cells from ...

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Oct 15, 2015 ... From the first work by Hübner et al. in 2003, showing that oocyte-like cells .... Similarly, EG cells were derived from human PGCs. ..... PubMed |; De Felici M, Scaldaferri ML, Lobascio M, Iona S, Nazzicone V, Klinger FG et al.

The role of spontaneous thought in human cognition - CiteSeerX

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be classified as mind wandering (Kane et al., 2007; Klinger & Cox, 1987). ... This chapter focuses on the role that spontaneous thought plays in human cognition.

Relevance and safety of telomerase for human tissue engineering

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Feb 21, 2006 ... senescence. Population doubling times for hTERT SMC were significantly slower than corresponding control SMC populations. Klinger et al.

Differentiation of adipocytes and osteocytes from human adipose ...

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Raynaud CM, Maleki M, Lis R, Ahmed B, Al-Azwani I, Malek J, et al. .... Caviggioli F, Vinci V, Salval A, Klinger M. Human adipose-derived stem cells: isolation, ...

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Barriers to home-based exercise program adherence with chronic ...

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Apr 1, 2016 ... Palazzo C(1), Klinger E(2), Dorner V(3), Kadri A(4), Thierry O(3), ... (1)Service de rééducation et réadaptation de l'appareil locomoteur et ... are not a substitute for the human relationship between patients and care providers.

Naturalistic Decision Making

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Human Systems IAC GATEWAY Volume XI: Number 3 http://iac.dtic.mil/hsiac ... David Klinger. Figure 1. Four-alarm .... Hammond et al. (1987). At one extreme ...

Combining Next-Generation Sequencing and Immune Assays: A ...

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Sep 19, 2013 ... (2011) Exhaustive T-cell repertoire sequencing of human peripheral blood samples ... Gawad C, Pepin F, Carlton V, Klinger M, Logan AC, et al.