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encephalopathy definition: A disorder of the brain that can be caused by disease, injury, drugs, or chemicals.
Encephalopathy definition: A functional and/or structural disorder of the brain caused by diseases (e.g. liver disease, kidney disease), medications, chemicals, and injuries.
 
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anderswo definition: [1] an einem anderen Ort; nicht hier; nicht anwesend, nicht vorhanden
 
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Thus, the function of the DUE in a yeast replication origin is unaffected by easily unwound sequences present elsewhere on the same plasmid.

R M Umek et al.

Nucleic Acids Research 18 (22), 25 Nov 1990

Using reduced-impact timber-harvesting practices in legally logged tropical forests would reduce global carbon emissions by 0.16 Gt/year at a modest cost and with little risk of "leakage" (increased carbon emissions elsewhere).

Francis E Putz et al.

PLoS Biology 6 (7), 01 Jul 2008

And, given that timber harvests under improved management continue at the same intensity and with similar or even higher financial yields as those with more destructive conventional logging, there is little threat of loggers employing their destructive practices elsewhere and hence causing “leakage” of the carbon benefits (i.e., there is no incentive from the intervention for participants to increase carbon emissions elsewhere).

Francis E Putz et al.

PLoS Biology 6 (7), 01 Jul 2008

The nature and extent of such criticisms have sharpened with recent findings in the exposed Taiwanese of increased incidence of internal cancers (bladder, kidney, liver, and lung), in addition to already-observed skin cancer, coupled with a good likelihood that these findings will produce more stringent arsenic regulation in the United States and elsewhere.

P Mushak et al.

Environmental Health Perspectives 103 (7-8), 1995

These criticisms collectively posit a revisionist view that: 1) cancer incidence among the Taiwanese was amplified by a number of host and environmental factors not applicable elsewhere, 2) the cancer dose-response curve may not be linear at the lower exposures elsewhere, and 3) there is a toxicokinetic and metabolic threshold to cancer risk that was exceeded by the Taiwanese.

P Mushak et al.

Environmental Health Perspectives 103 (7-8), 1995

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The DNA unwinding element in a yeast replication origin functions independently of easily unwound sequences present elsewhere on a plasmid.

R M Umek et al.

Nucleic Acids Research , 25 Nov 1990

Biomedical communication and the reaction to the Queensland childhood lead poisoning cases elsewhere in the world.

J C Burnham

Medical History , 01 Apr 1999

Effect on Temporal Lobe Syndrome of Lesions Elsewhere in the Cerebral Cortex of Monkeys †

Margaret A. Kennard

The Yale Journal of Biology and Medicine , 01 Dec 1955

Tobacco Control: 2005 Opportunities and Obstacles A view from Hong Kong & elsewhere

Anthony Hedley

Tobacco Induced Diseases , 15 Dec 2005

Improved Tropical Forest Management for Carbon Retention: ... carbon emissions elsewhere).

Francis E Putz et al.

PLoS Biology , 01 Jul 2008

Risk and revisionism in arsenic cancer risk assessment.: ... the United States and elsewhere. These criticisms ...

P Mushak et al.

Environmental Health Perspectives , 1995

Breast metastasis of ilial carcinoid tumor: Case report and literature review: ... of carcinoid tumor elsewhere in the body. Case ...

Chakshu Gupta et al.

World Journal of Surgical Oncology , 27 Mar 2006

Apocrine adenocarcinoma of the nipple: a case report: ... carcinoma in situ elsewhere in the breast. A ...

George Alex

Cases Journal , 12 Aug 2008

Medicinal herbs: NTP extracts the facts.: ... in the food supply, or elsewhere.

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Environmental Health Perspectives , 01 Dec 1999

A rhelogical separator for very large DNA molecules.: ... having been reported elsewhere. The main conclusions ...

K A Dill et al.

Nucleic Acids Research , 10 Oct 1979

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