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Assessment of the inherent allergenic potential of proteins in mice.

Ian Kimber et al.

Environmental Health Perspectives , 01 Feb 2003

Overcoming inherent problems of preference-based techniques for measuring health benefits: An empirical study in the context of kidney transplantation

Nick Kontodimopoulos et al.

BMC Health Services Research , 14 Jan 2006

Revealing biases inherent in recombination protocols

Javier F Chaparro-Riggers et al.

BMC Biotechnology , 14 Nov 2007

Dangers Inherent in the Clinical Diagnosis of Cancer *

Dudley Merrill

The Yale Journal of Biology and Medicine , 01 Jan 1936

Inherent change in MammoSite applicator three-dimensional geometry over time

Subhakar Mutyala et al.

Radiation Oncology (London, England) , 24 Sep 2007

Human ESCs predisposition to karyotypic instability: Is a matter of culture adaptation or differential vulnerability among hESC lines due to inherent properties?

Puri Catalina et al.

Molecular Cancer , 03 Oct 2008

A combination of RNase H and S1 nuclease circumvents an artefact inherent to conventional S1 analysis of RNA splicing.

S S Sisodia et al.

Nucleic Acids Research , 11 Mar 1987

Bidirectional transcription is an inherent feature of Giardia lamblia promoters and contributes to an abundance of sterile antisense transcripts throughout the genome

Smilja Teodorovic et al.

Nucleic Acids Research , 01 Apr 2007

Dermal-Type Macrophages Expressing CD209/DC-SIGN Show Inherent Resistance to Dengue Virus Growth

Wing-Hong Kwan et al.

PLoS Neglected Tropical Diseases , 01 Oct 2008

Identification of restriction endonuclease with potential ability to cleave the HSV-2 genome: Inherent potential for biosynthetic versus live recombinant microbicides

Misaki Wayengera et al.

Theoretical Biology & Medical Modelling , 07 Aug 2008

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