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Sein definition: [1] Philosophie, Ontologie: das Tatsächlich-vorhanden-Sein, Dasein, teilweise auch: Existenz
Existenz definition: [1] das Vorhandensein eines Gegenstandes oder eines Zustandes in der Realität. [2] die Notwendigkeiten für eine Lebensgrundlage
Dasein definition: [1] das Leben eines Menschen
existence definition: Fait d’être, état de ce qui existe ; par exemple le fait d’être d’une manière absolue, ou pour la perception, ou encore pour la conscience.
existence definition: Vie.
existant definition: Ce qui existe d’ores et déjà.
existant definition: Du verbe '''exister'''.
non-existence definition: Manque d’existence; néant.
existence definition: Existence.

Evidence for existence of thirty hypothetical proteins in rat brain

Joo-Ho Shin et al.

Proteome Science , 30 Jan 2004

Immunohistochemical testing for Helicobacter Pylori existence in neoplasms of the colon

Aliye Soylu et al.

BMC Gastroenterology , 14 Aug 2008

NMR evidence for the existence of two native conformations of 5S RNA.

M J Kime et al.

Nucleic Acids Research , 25 Aug 1982

Thermal denaturation of calf thymus DNA: existence of a GC-richer fraction

Hsueh Jei Li et al.

Nucleic Acids Research , 01 Feb 1974

Cough and reflux esophagitis in children: their co-existence and airway cellularity

Anne B Chang et al.

BMC Pediatrics , 27 Feb 2006

The Struggle for Existence

Geo. H. Smith

The Yale Journal of Biology and Medicine , 01 Jul 1935

Anatomical variation of co-existence of 4 th and 5 th short metacarpal bones, sesamoid ossicles and exostoses of ulna and radius in the same hand: a case report

Alexandros Tzaveas et al.

Cases Journal , 29 Oct 2008

Virulence in Murine Model Shows the Existence of Two Distinct Populations of Brazilian Vaccinia virus Strains

Jaqueline Maria Siqueira Ferreira et al.

PLoS ONE , 26 Aug 2008

cDNA cloning of human hnRNP protein A1 reveals the existence of multiple mRNA isoforms.

M Buvoli et al.

Nucleic Acids Research , 11 May 1988

Co-existence of physiologically similar sulfate-reducing bacteria in a full-scale sulfidogenic bioreactor fed with a single organic electron donor

Shabir A. Dar et al.

Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology , 01 Jul 2007

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