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Aug 31, 2010 ... the entire meso-cenozoic times. Moreover, Northern. Tunisia has been the subject of several gravity data analysis (JALLOULI et al., 2002; JALLOULI et al., 2005;. INOUBLI and MANSOURI, 2006; BENASSI et al., 2006;. ROBINSON et al., 2007; HAMDI NASR et al., 2008; HAMDI. NASR et al., 2009).


Apr 3, 2014 ... Saeed Al Turki, Ashok K. Manickaraj, Catherine L. Mercer, Sebastian S. Gerety, Marc-Phillip Hitz, Sarah Lindsay, Lisa C.A. D'Alessandro, G. Jawahar Swaminathan, Jamie Bentham, Anne-Karin Arndt, Jacoba Louw, Jeroen Breckpot , Marc Gewillig, Bernard Thienpont, Hashim Abdul-Khaliq, Christine ...


Apr 26, 2016 ... Congenital heart diseases (CHDs) are a leading cause of infant mortality around the world, affecting 0.5-0.7% of all liveborn infants [Mitchell et al., 1971; Hoffman and ..... Al Turki S, Manickaraj AK, Mercer CL, Gerety SS, Hitz MP, et al: Rare variants in NR2F2 cause congenital heart defects in humans.


VS that lead to small insignificant ventricular shunting and delineation of distinct left and right AV valve orifices. Both transitional ..... (protein mobility). Robinson et al. [475]. 1/49. 2.0. N/A. Zatyka et al. [482]. GATA4. 2/43. 4.6. No mutationFspecific assay (G4D mouse model). Rajagopal et al. [484]. 1/190. 0.5. N /A. Smith et al.


UPD events are only present in approximately one in 3500 healthy individuals ( Robinson 2000), but are enriched in children with DD (King et al. 2014) and may result in highly penetrant im- printing disorders, recessive diseases, or may be associated with chromosomal mosaicism (Eggermann et al. 2015). Low-clonality.


May 26, 2015 ... Salvatore Di Maio,1 Stephen Yip,2 Gmaan A Al Zhrani,3,4 Fahad E Alotaibi,3,4 Abdulrahman Al Turki,3,4 Esther Kong,2 Robert C Rostomily5 1Division of ..... Similar results were obtained by Debus et al who treated 37 patients with chordomas of the skull base or upper cervical spine. Local control was ...


Dec 9, 2016 ... protein level is sufficient (Fine et al., 1956). Young bull calves fed 1 kg/d of dates in addition to alfalfa (fresh or hay) ad libitum had a lower growth rate and feed conversion efficiency than the animals fed only alfalfa (Robinson et al., 1973). Male calves fed 3 kg of alfalfa hay, 2.8 kg of dates and 0.2 kg of fish ...


In addition, all varieties were good sources of minerals, especially potassium and calcium. The total phenolic compounds value was in the range of 2.96 to 9.43% where Koloteh variety had the lowest value and Kharak variety had the highest value. The Kharak variety had the highest flavonoids content and antioxidant ...