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Hold on: Females modulate sperm depletion from storage sites in the fly Drosophila melanogaster
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Hold the front page
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Hold the future, let the past go: Attention prefers the features of future targets
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Hold the shortcake: USA battles hepatitis A outbreak
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Hold Tight (but Not Too Tight) to Get It Right: Accurate Bypass of an 8-Oxoguanine Lesion by DNA Polymerase β
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Hold time effects on low cycle fatigue behavior of HAYNES 230® superalloy at high temperatures
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Hold up and intergenerational transmission of preferences
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Hold up of dye in the arm during fluorecein angiography: a quantitative demontration
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Hold your horses: How exposure to different items influences infant categorization
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Hold-and-flush, a novel fraction collection method in semi-preparative subcritical and supercritical fluid chromatography
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Hölder and LP Estimates for a Local Solution of ∂b at Top Degree
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Hölder continuity and upper estimates of solutions to vector quasiequilibrium problems
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Hölder Continuity for Solutions of Linear Degenerate Elliptic Equations Under Minimal Assumptions
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Hölder Continuity for the Inverse of Mañé′s Projection
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Holder continuity for two-phase flows in porous media
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Hölder continuity in time for SG hyperbolic systems
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Hölder continuity of a parametric variational inequality
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Hölder continuity of discrete Morse flows to the Alt–Caffarelli variational problem generating free boundaries Original Research Article
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Hölder continuity of image-superharmonic functions Original Research Article
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Hölder continuity of solution maps to a parametric weak vector equilibrium problem
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Hölder continuity of solutions for a class of nonlinear elliptic variational inequalities of high order Original Research Article
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Hölder continuity of solutions to an anisotropic elliptic equation Original Research Article
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Hölder continuity of the policy function approximation in the value function approximation
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Hölder continuity of three types of generalized synchronization manifolds of non-autonomous systems Original Research Article
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Hölder continuity of weak solutions of a class of linear equations with boundary degeneracy
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Hölder continuous homomorphisms between infinite-dimensional Lie groups are smooth
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Hölder continuous solutions for integro-differential equations and maximal regularity
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Hölder continuous weak solutions of degenerate quasi-linear elliptic systems Original Research Article
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Hölder convergence of Ginzburg–Landau approximations to the harmonic map heat flow Original Research Article
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Hölder convergence of smoothed empirical process : [Statist. Probab. Lett. 36 (1998) 393–400]
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Holder Estimates for Local Solutions of Some Doubly Nonlinear Degenerate Parabolic Equations
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Hölder estimates for singular non-local parabolic equations
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Holder Estimates for Solutions of Parabolic SPDEs
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Hölder estimates for subelliptic operators
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Hölder estimates of p-harmonic extension operators
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Hölder estimates of solutions of biological population equations Original Research Article
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Hölder exponent spectra for human gait
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Hölder inequalities and bounds on the masses of light quarks
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Holder inequalities and isospin splitting of the quark scalar mesons
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Hölder inequalities and isospin splitting of the quark scalar mesons Original Research Article
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Hölder norm test statistics for epidemic change
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Hölder ratio of solutions of elliptic equations with a point on the boundary
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Hölder ratio of solutions of elliptic equations with a point on the boundary
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Hölder regularity and Harnack inequality for degenerate parabolic equations related to Caffarelli–Kohn–Nirenberg inequalities Original Research Article
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Hölder Regularity for Certain Strongly Coupled Parabolic Systems
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Hölder regularity of solutions of degenerate elliptic and parabolic equations
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Hölder regularity of the solutions of some classes of elliptic systems in convex nonsmooth domains Original Research Article
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Holder spectrum of dry grain volume-size distributions in soil
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Hölder’s inequality for perturbations of positive semigroups by potentials
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Hölderʹs inequality Original Research Article
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Holding a candle to innovation in concentrating solar power technologies: A study drawing on patent data
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Holding a silver lining theory: When negative attributes heighten performance
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Holding Back the Tide of Antibiotic Resistance
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Holding company affiliation versus branching by independent banks: A cost analysis for interstate banking
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Holding company risk in China: a final step of state-owned enterprises reform and an emerging problem of corporate governance
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Holding cos. create cadence to pursue national accounts
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Holding equine oocytes at room temperature for 18 hours prior to in vitro maturation maintains their developmental competence
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Holding it all together? Candidate proteins for the plant Golgi matrix
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Holding on through DNA Replication: Histone Modification or Modifier?
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Holding on to what might have been may loosen (or tighten) the ties that bind us: A counterfactual potency analysis of previous dating alternatives
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Holding Schools Accountable: Performance-based Reform in Education: Helen F. Ladd (Ed.); The Brookings Institution, Washington, D.C., 1996, pp. vii+382, Price: $42.95 (cloth)
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Holding T cells in check – a new role for complement regulators?
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Holding time estimation for reactions in stochastic event-based simulation of complex biological systems
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Holding up a mirror to the society: Children recognize exotic species much more than local ones
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Holding up the mirror: The impact of strategic procurement practices on account management
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Holding your place: Reactions to the prospect of status gains and losses
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Holdings of peace research journals in academic library collections
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Holdouts and wage bargaining in The Netherlands
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Holdouts, backdating and wage negotiations
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Hold-time effect on the elevated-temperature crack growth behavior of solid-solution-strengthened superalloys Original Research Article
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Hold-time effect on the thermo-mechanical fatigue crack growth behaviour of Inconel 718
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Hold-time effects on the fatigue life of CuCrZr alloys for fusion applications
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Holdup and licensing of cumulative innovations with private information
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Holdup and pressure drop studies in structured packings with catalysts
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Holdup and Residence Time Distributions in Inclined Dishes
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Holdup Characteristics of Gas-Non-Newtonian Liquid Flow through Helical Coils in Vertical Orientation
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Holdup models from experimental conductance data in a bubble column
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Hold-up of anti-competitive mergers
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Hold-up studies in a pilot scale continuous ball mill: dynamic variations due to changes in operating variables
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Hold-Up Time Extension Circuit With Integrated Magnetics
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Hold-up time in gas chromatography: V. Dependence of the retention of n-alkanes on the chromatographic variables in isothermal gas chromatography
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Holdups, simple contracts and information acquisition
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Hole and electron attractor model: An explanation of clustered states in manganites
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Hole and lead plug effect on fiber reinforced elastomeric isolator for seismic isolation
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Hole and notch sensitivity of aluminium replicated foam Original Research Article
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Hole blocking layer free phosphorescent organic light-emitting diodes by using a charge confining structure
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Hole burning and single-molecule spectroscopy of terrylene in incommensurate biphenyl
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Hole burning experiments with proteins: Relaxations, fluctuations and glass-like features
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Hole burning properties of aluminum phthalocyanine tetrasulfonate in various inorganic hosts with and without water addition
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Hole burning properties of aluminum phthalocyanine tetrasulphonate in water-containing poly(2-hydroxyethyl methacrylate) films
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Hole burning spectroscopy of InAs self-assembled quantum dots for memory application
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Hole burning Stark spectroscopy of J aggregates Original Research Article
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Hole burning study of cyanobacterial Photosystem II complexes differing in the content of small putative chlorophyll-binding proteins
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Hole burning study of Tm3+:YAG hyperfine structure for quantum storage applications
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Hole burning—EIT studies of the NV centre in diamond
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Hole capture dynamics of phenyl-capped thiophene: Direct ab-initio molecular dynamics study
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Hole concentration dependence of Mn eg orbital state in bilayer manganites studied by magnetic Compton profile measurement Original Research Article
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Hole conduction characteristics of strained Si1−xGex/Si resonant tunneling diode
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Hole conductivity estimation in lead iodide film through kinetic study of tarnishing reaction
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Hole confinement and dynamics in δ-doped Ge quantum dots
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Hole coupling experiments on the Mark III FEL
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Hole density and strain dependencies of hole effective mass in compressively strained Ge channel structures
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Hole diameter effect on flow characteristics of wake behind porous fences having the same porosity
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Hole diffusion-controlled geminate charge recombination dynamics in doped poly(N-vinylcarbazole) films by transient absorption spectroscopy
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Hole distribution in La2−xSrxCu1−yZn(Ni)yO4 (x ⩽ 1/8)
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Hole doping and superconductivity characteristics of the s=1, 2 and 3 members of the (Cu,Mo)-12s2 homologous series of layered copper oxides
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Hole doping by adsorption of oxygen on a Stone–Thrower–Wales defect in graphene
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Hole doping effect on ferromagnetism in Mn-doped ZnO nanowires
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Hole doping into Co-12s2 copper oxides with s fluorite-structured layers between CuO2 planes
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Hole doping into the metastable LuMnO3 perovskite
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Hole doping of MgB2C2, a MgB2 related [B/C] layered compound
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Hole drilling in ceramics/Kevlar fiber reinforced plastics double-plate composite armor using diamond core drill
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Hole filling in 3D volumetric objects
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Hole filling on surfaces by discrete variational splines
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Hole formation and transfer in poly[9,9-di(ethylhexyl)fluorene] and an amine end-capped derivative in solution
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Hole injection and transport in ITO/PEDOT/PVK/Al diodes
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Hole injection enhancement of a single-walled carbon nanotube anode using an organic charge-generation layer
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Hole injection improvement by doping of organic material in copper phthalocyanine
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Hole mobilities and the physics of amorphous silicon solar cells
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Hole mobilities of periodic models of DNA double helices in the nucleosomes at different temperatures
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Hole mobility enhancement of p-MOSFETs using global and local Ge-channel technologies
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Hole mobility measurement of 4,4′-Bis[N-(1-naphthyl)-N-phenylamino]-biphenyl by dark injection method
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Hole quality and burr reduction in drilling aluminium sheets
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Hole spin-relaxation in quantum wells from saturation of inter-subband absorption
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Hole stability of Red Wildmoor sandstone under anisotropic stresses and sand production criterion
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Hole Taper Characterisation and Control in Laser Percussion Drilling
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Hole transfer in DNA: DNA as a scaffold for hole transfer between two organic molecules
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Hole transfer through DNA monitored by transient absorption of phenothiazine radical cation
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Hole transport anomaly in high-TC ferromagnet (Zn,Mn)GeP2
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Hole transport in arylamine doped polymers Original Research Article
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Hole transport in conducting ultrathin films of PEDOT/PSS prepared by layer-by-layer deposition technique
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Hole transport in SiGe channels on step-bunched vicinal Si surfaces
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Hole transport in substituted polydiphenylacetylene light-emitting devices: mobility improvement through carbazole moiety
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Hole transport in tri-p-tolylamine doped polymers: the role of the polymer dipole moment Original Research Article
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Hole transport in vapor deposited enamines and enamine doped polymers Original Research Article
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Hole transport properties of self-organized oligosilane films in a polycrystalline and a mesophase
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Hole transport simulations in SiGe cascade quantum wells
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Hole transport through chromophores in a photorefractive polymer composite based on poly(N-vinylcarbazole)
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Hole transport triphenylamine–spirosilabifluorene alternating copolymer: synthesis and optical, electrochemical and electroluminescent properties
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Hole transporting 3,4-ethylenedioxythiophene-based hydrazones
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Hole transports in molecularly doped triphenylamine derivative
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Hole trapping in molecularly doped polymers Original Research Article
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Hole trapping in self-assembled SiGe quantum nanostructures
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Hole trapping in tri-p-tolylamine-doped poly(styrene) Original Research Article
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Hole traps in Lu2O3:Eu ceramic scintillators. I. Persistent afterglow
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Hole traps in Lu2O3:Eu ceramic scintillators. II. Radioluminescence and thermoluminescence
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Hole-assisted fiber design for small bending and splice losses
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Hole-burning corrections in the stationary analysis of DFB laser diodes
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Holeburning in rare earth doped nanoparticles of MgS
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Hole-burning NMR in strongly inhomogeneous fields
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Hole-burning spectra of tropolone–(CO2)n (n=1,2) van der Waals complexes and density functional study Original Research Article
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Hole-burning spectroscopy and ab initio calculations for the aniline dimer
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Hole-burning spectroscopy of jet-cooled hydroquinone
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Hole-concentration dependence of band structure in (Bi,Pb)2(Sr,La)2CuO6+δ determined by the angle-resolved photoemission spectroscopy
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Hole-concentration dependence of electrical resistivity in the (Bi, Pb)2(Sr, La)2CuO6+δ quantitative evaluation with angle-resolved photoemission spectroscopy
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Hole-Doped La1.85Sr0.15CuO4–δXσ(X=F, Cl) and Electron-Doped Nd1.85Ce0.15CuO4–δXσ Halo-Oxide Catalysts for the Selective Oxidation of Ethane to Ethene
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Hole-doped, high-temperature superconductors LixBC, NaxBC and Cx: a coherent-potential-based prediction
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Hole-doping effect on the Verwey-type transition and magnetoresistivity of Ba(Sm,Ca)Fe2O5+δ
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Hole-doping effects on orthogonal-dimer spin chain Original Research Article
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Hole-doping of the CuO2 planes in high Tc superconductors
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Hole-doping of the CuO2 planes in high Tc superconductors
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Hole–electron quantum tunnelling interferences through a molecular junction
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Hole-expansion formability of dual-phase steels using representative volume element approach with boundary-smoothing technique
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Hole–hole correlation effects on magnetic properties of MnxIII1−xV diluted magnetic semiconductors
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Hole-injection from a polar mono-molecular layer derivatised ultra-thin gold electrode into a triphenylamine derivative
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Hole-injection properties of annealed polythiophene films to replace PEDOT–PSS in multilayered OLED systems
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Hole-interface optical phonon relaxation rates with valence band-mixing effects
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Hole-lifetime width: a comparison between theory and experiment
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Hole-limiting conductive vinyl copolymers for AlQ3-based OLED applications
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Hole-majority condition and magnetic field dependence of the electron/hole density and magnetization in a bismuth thin film Original Research Article
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Hole–particle correspondence in CI calculations
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Holes in the article on whole bowel irrigation
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Holes in the ocean: Filling voids in bathymetric lidar data
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Holes within galaxies: The egg or the hen?
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Hole-Size Effects in Pultruded Composites
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Hole-state and defect structure of proton conductor SrTiO3 observed by high-resolution X-ray absorption spectroscopy
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Hole-transporting [3,3′]bicarbazolyl-based polymers and well-defined model compounds
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Hole-transporting glass-forming indolo[3,2-b]carbazole-based diepoxy monomer and polymers
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Hole-transporting molecular glasses based on carbazole and diphenylamine moieties
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Hole-transporting phenothiazine-based hydrazones with reactive vinylbenzyl groups
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Hole-transporting phenothiazine-based hydrazones with reactive vinylbenzyl groups
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Hole-transporting polymers containing carbazol-3,9-diyl and 1,4-phenylene fragments in the main chain
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Hole-transporting properties of organosilanylene–diethynylpyrene and diethynylanthracene alternating polymers. Applications to patterning of light-emitting images
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Hole-transporting property of a chemically hybridized poly(vinylcarbazole)-fullerene
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Hole-transporting thiophene-based hydrazones with reactive vinyl groups
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Hole-transporting thiophene-based hydrazones with reactive vinyl groups
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Holeums as potential candidates for some short-lived gamma ray bursts Original Research Article
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Holey carbon micro-arrays for transmission electron microscopy: A microcontact printing approach
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Holey carbon micro-arrays for transmission electron microscopy: A microcontact printing approach
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Holey optical fibres: Fundamental properties and device applications
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Holey Segre Varieties
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Holey Steiner pentagon systems and related designs
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Holger H. Hoos and Thomas Stützle, Stochastic Local Search: Foundations and Applications, Morgan Kaufmann Publishers (2005).
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Holiday and school-term sleep patterns of Australian adolescents
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Holiday destinations: Understanding the travel choices of Irish tourists
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Holiday musings
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Holiday taking decisions – The role of spouses
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Holiday Work: On Writing for Children and for the Academy
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Holidays and homosexual identity
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Holidays and the UK Afro-Caribbean community
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Holidays of older gay men: Age or sexual orientation as decisive factors?
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HOLIDAYTAKING AND THE SENSE OF WELL-BEING
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HOLIGILM: Hollow light guide interior illumination method – An analytic calculation approach for cylindrical light-tubes
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Holism and structuralism in U(1) gauge theory
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Holism in philosophy of mind and philosophy of physics: Michael Esfeld, Dordrecht, 2001, pp. xiv+366, US $113, ISBN 0-7923-7003-1
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Holism in teacher development: A Goethean perspective
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Holism in the philosophy of physics: an introduction
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Holism, physical theories and quantum mechanics
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Holism: some reasons for buyers remorse
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Holism: some reasons for buyers remorse
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HolisMy thought, and the fate of metaphysics: counter-reply to Heal
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HolisMy thought, and the fate of metaphysics: counter-reply to Heal
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Holistic and reductionist nutrition
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Holistic and reductionist nutrition
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Holistic approach based on high resolution and multiple stage mass spectrometry to investigate ergot alkaloids in cereals
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Holistic approach for problem improvement in health education: A human centred basis. A case study on AIDS prevention and control at a Chinese medical school
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Holistic Approach for Teaching Tuberculosis in Medical Education
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Holistic approach of pre-existing flaws on the decay of two limestones Original Research Article
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Holistic Approach to Mitigate the Pollution Impacts in the Coastal Ecosystem of Thailand Using the Remote Sensing Techniques
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Holistic Approach to Process Retrofitting: Application to Downstream Process for Biochemical Production of Organics
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Holistic aspects in landscape development: a scenario approach
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Holistic aspects of suburban landscapes: visual image interpretation and landscape metrics
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Holistic carbon planning for industrial parks: a waste-to-resources process integration approach
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Holistic Care for Patients During Weaning from Mechanical Ventilation: A Qualitative Study
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Holistic cursive word recognition based on perceptual features
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Holistic design of RC beams and slabs strengthened with externally bonded FRP laminates
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Holistic discretization ensures fidelity to Burgersʹ equation Original Research Article
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Holistic Environmental Assessment and Offshore Oil Field Exploration and Production
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Holistic experimentation versus decomposition: an ultimatum experiment
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Holistic face processing is mature at 4 years of age: Evidence from the composite face effect
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Holistic Farsi handwritten word recognition using gradient features
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Holistic genetic optimization of a Generalized Multiple Discrete Interaction Approximation for wind waves
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Holistic handwritten word recognition using temporal features derived from off-line images
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Holistic landscape ecology in action
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Holistic minimization of the life cycle environmental impact of hydrogen infrastructures using multi-objective optimization and principal component analysis
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Holistic model for atmospheric corrosion Part 4 – Geographic information system for predicting airborne salinity
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Holistic model for atmospheric corrosion Part 5 - Factors controlling deposition of salt aerosol on candles, plates and buildings
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Holistic model for atmospheric corrosion Part 6 – From wet aerosol to salt deposit
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Holistic modelling as a tool for the diagnosis of critical complex systems
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Holistic modelling of process machine interactions in parallel milling
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Holistic or compositional representation of two-digit numbers? Evidence from the distance, magnitude, and SNARC effects in a number-matching task
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Holistic Poetic Imagery: a partnership of the senses in alliance with primal language – some considerations from classical Arabic desert poetry
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Holistic projection of initial conditions onto a finite difference approximation Original Research Article
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Holistic recognition of handwritten character pairs
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Holistic school pedagogy and values: Finnish teachers’ and students’ perspectives
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Holistic scientists should get political
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Holistic system approach to design and implementation of concrete repair
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Holistic tourism-crime modelling
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Holistic vs. Category-Based Self-Assessment of Expository L2 Writing: Validity & Reliability Considerations
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Holistic, adaptive management of the terrestrial carbon cycle at local and regional scales
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HolisticKids.org—Evolution of information resources in pediatric complementary and alternative medicine projects: from monographs to Web learning
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Holl on Hybrids
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Holland Coloursʹ colorant for PVC
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Holland Coloursʹ colorants for PET
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Holland Coloursʹ granular colorants for polyolefins
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Holland Coloursʹ new masterbatch for polyolefins
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Holland Coloursʹ pigment pastes
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Holland Coloursʹ pigment pastes for acrylic & silicone sealants
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Holland Colours sees 12% fall in profits
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Holland Colours sees net profit increase by nearly 50%
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Holland Colours sells less pigment, but at much better profit margins
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Hollandite II phase in KAlSi3O8 as a potential host mineral of potassium in the Earthʹs lower mantle
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Hollandite-strontiomelane solid solutions coexisting with kanonaite and braunite in late quartz veins of the Stavelot Massif, Ardennes, Belgium
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Holliday appoints Pavilion as Middle East sales agent
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Holliday celebrates 120 years in ultramarine
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Holliday joins Elemica trading network
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Holliday Junction Binding and Resolution by the Rap Structure-specific Endonuclease of Phage λ
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Holliday junction resolving enzymes of archaeal viruses SIRV1 and SIRV2
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Holliday opens new office in China & wins a prize for sustainable development
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Holliday opens office in China
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Hollidayʹs acid-resistant ultramarine
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Hollidayʹs ultramarine for bottled water caps
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Hollidayʹs ultramarine for special effect coatings
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Hollidayʹs ultramarine pigments for aqueous flexographic inks
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HOLLIS BRYAN BREWER, JR., MD: A Conversation With the Editor
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Hollow alumina microspheres prepared by RF thermal plasma
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Hollow alumina nanospheres as novel catalyst for the conversion of methanol to dimethyl ether
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Hollow and concrete filled steel hollow sections under transverse impact loads
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Hollow and degradable polyelectrolyte nanocapsules for protein drug delivery
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Hollow and Threadlike Nanostructures of Boron Carbide
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Hollow biomorphic Al2O3 fibers produced from sisal
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Hollow capsules formed by the self-assembly of caseins on sessile air bubbles
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Hollow capsules formed in a single stage via interfacial hydrogen-bonded complexation of methylcellulose with poly(acrylic acid) and tannic acid
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Hollow carbon beads fabricated by phase inversion method for efficient oil sorption
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Hollow carbon fibers with tailored porosity and rim-thickness Original Research Article
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Hollow carbon fibres for high performance polymer composites
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Hollow carbon fibres for high performance polymer composites
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Hollow carbon hemisphere with controlled morphology as support material for platinum nanoparticle catalyst towards the methanol electro-oxidation
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Hollow carbon microparticles prepared from spray-dried particles of lignin aqueous solution
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Hollow carbon microspheres prepared from polystyrene microbeads
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Hollow carbon nano-onions with hierarchical porosity derived from commercial metal organic framework
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Hollow carbon nanospheres prepared by carbonizing polymethylmethacrylate/polyacrylonitrile core/shell polymer particles
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Hollow carbon nanospheres prepared by carbonizing polymethylmethacrylate/polyacrylonitrile core/shell polymer particles
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Hollow carbonated hydroxyapatite microspheres with mesoporous structure: Hydrothermal fabrication and drug delivery property
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Hollow cathode atmospheric pressure plasma sources for surface treatment
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Hollow cathode cold atmospheric plasma source with monoatomic and molecular gases
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Hollow cathode plasma sources for large area surface treatment
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Hollow cathode PVD of nitride and oxide films at low substrate temperatures
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Hollow CdS nanoparticles formed through electrodeposition of Cd(OH)2 on graphite and treatment with H2S
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Hollow celebration of 50 years of human-rights campaigning
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Hollow chitosan microspheres prepared by an oil1-in-water-in-oil2 double emulsion method
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Hollow copper micro-amygdalae with porous shells
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Hollow core mesoporous shell carbon supported Pt electrocatalysts with high Pt loading for PEMFCs
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Hollow core supported Pt monolayer catalysts for oxygen reduction
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Hollow DNA/PLL microcapsules with tunable degradation property as efficient dual drug delivery vehicles by α-chymotrypsin degradation
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Hollow electrode enhanced RF glow plasma for the fast deposition of microcrystalline silicon
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Hollow elliptical Gaussian beams generated by a triangular prism
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Hollow fiber and spiral cheese whey ultrafiltration: minimizing controlling resistances Original Research Article
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Hollow fiber based affinity selection combined with high performance liquid chromatography–mass spectroscopy for rapid screening lipase inhibitors from lotus leaf Original Research Article
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Hollow Fiber Based Liquid Phase Microextraction Method for the Determination of Three Triazine Herbicides from Locally Brewed Ethiopian Beverages
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Hollow fiber based liquid-phase microextraction for the determination of mercury traces in water samples by electrothermal atomic absorption spectrometry Original Research Article
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Hollow fiber based supported liquid membrane: a novel analytical system for trace metal analysis
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Hollow fiber bioartificial liver: Physical and biological characterization with C3A cells
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Hollow fiber carbon membranes: Investigations for CO2
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Hollow fiber cartridges for removal of particulate matter from natural waters prior to matrix isolation and trace metal enrichment using an 8-quinolinol chelating ion exchanger in a flow system
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Hollow fiber cell fishing with high performance liquid chromatography for screening bioactive compounds from traditional Chinese medicines
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Hollow fiber contained hydrogel-CA membrane contactor for carbon dioxide removal from the enclosed spaces
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Hollow fiber dead-end ultrafiltration: Axial transport variations during humic acid filtration
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Hollow fiber dead-end ultrafiltration: Influence of ionic environment on filtration of alginates
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Hollow fiber enzymic reactors for a two substrate process: analytical modeling and numerical simulations
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Hollow fiber liquid phase microextraction as a preconcentration and clean-up step after pressurized hot water extraction for the determination of non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs in sewage sludge
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Hollow fiber liquid phase microextraction combined with electrothermal atomic absorption spectrometry for the speciation of arsenic (III) and arsenic (V) in fresh waters and human hair extracts Original Research Article
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Hollow fiber liquid phase microextraction combined with graphite furnace atomic absorption spectrometry for the determination of methylmercury in human hair and sludge samples
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Hollow fiber liquid phase microextraction combined with graphite furnace atomic absorption spectrometry for the determination of methylmercury in human hair and sludge samples
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Hollow fiber liquid phase microextraction followed by high performance liquid chromatography for determination of ultra-trace levels of Se(IV) after derivatization in urine, plasma and natural water samples
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Hollow fiber liquid phase microextraction with in situ derivatization for the determination of trace amounts of metformin hydrochloride (anti-diabetic drug) in biological fluids
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Hollow fiber liquid-liquid-liquid microextraction combined with high performance liquid chromatography-ultraviolet detection for the determination of various environmental estrogens in environmental and biological samples
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Hollow fiber liquid-phase microextraction as clean-up step for the determination of organophosphorus pesticides residues in fish tissue by gas chromatography coupled with mass spectrometry
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Hollow fiber liquid-phase microextraction combined with high performance liquid chromatography for the determination of trace mitiglinide in biological fluids
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Hollow fiber liquid-phase microextraction combined with ultra-high performance liquid chromatography–tandem mass spectrometry for the simultaneous determination of naloxone, buprenorphine and norbuprenorphine in human plasma
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Hollow fiber liquid-phase microextraction coupled with gas chromatography-flame ionization detection for the profiling of fatty acids in vegetable oils
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Hollow fiber liquid-phase microextraction for the determination of trace amounts of rosiglitazone (anti-diabetic drug) in biological fluids using capillary electrophoresis and high performance liquid chromatographic methods
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Hollow fiber membrane chromatography: A novel analytical system for trace metal separation Original Research Article
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Hollow fiber membrane concentrator for on-line preconcentration
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Hollow Fiber Membrane Contactor Based CO2 Absorption-Stripping Using Novel Solvents and Membranes
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Hollow fiber membrane contactor for air humidity control: Modules and membranes
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Hollow fiber membrane contactors—A means to study the reaction kinetics of humic substance ozonation
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Hollow fiber membrane degassing in ultrapure water and microbiocontamination
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Hollow fiber membrane diffusive permeability regulates encapsulated cell line biomass, proliferation, and small molecule release
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Hollow fiber membrane life in membrane bioreactors (MBR) Original Research Article
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Hollow fiber membrane of yttrium-stabilized zirconia and strontium-doped lanthanum manganite dual-phase composite for oxygen separation
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Hollow fiber membrane process for the pretreatment of methane hydrate from landfill gas
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Hollow fiber membrane reactors for the oxidative activation of ethane
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Hollow fiber membrane-protected solid-phase microextraction of triazine herbicides in bovine milk and sewage sludge samples
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Hollow fiber membranes obtained by simultaneous spinning of two polymer solutions: a morphological study
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Hollow fiber membranes with polyimide matrix for sulfur-free hydrogen source
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Hollow fiber spinning experimental design and analysis of defects for fabrication of optimized membranes for membrane distillation Original Research Article
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Hollow fiber spinning of block copolymers: Influence of spinning conditions on morphological properties
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Hollow fiber supported ionic liquid membrane microextraction for determination of sulfonamides in environmental water samples by high-performance liquid chromatography
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Hollow fiber supported liquid membrane: a novel technique for separation and recovery of plutonium from aqueous acidic wastes
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Hollow fiber ultrafiltration membranes prepared from blends of poly (vinyl chloride) and polystyrene Original Research Article
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Hollow fiber ultrafiltration membranes with enhanced flux for humic acid removal
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Hollow fiber ultrafiltration membranes with microstructured inner skin
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Hollow fiber ultrafiltration: The concept of partial backwashing
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Hollow fiber-based liquid phase microextraction (HF-LPME) for a highly sensitive HPLC determination of sulfonamides and their main metabolites
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Hollow Fiber-Based Liquid Phase Microextraction Combined With High-Performance Liquid Chromatography for Extraction and Determination of Loratadine in Human Plasma
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Hollow fiber-based liquid phase microextraction combined with high-performance liquid chromatography for extraction and determination of some antidepressant drugs in biological fluids Original Research Article
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Hollow fiber-based liquid phase microextraction combined with high-performance liquid chromatography for the analysis of gabapentin in biological samples Original Research Article
359
Hollow fiber-based liquid phase microextraction with factorial design optimization and gas chromatography–tandem mass spectrometry for determination of cannabinoids in human hair
360
Hollow fiber-based liquid–liquid–liquid microextraction combined with electrospray ionization-ion mobility spectrometry for the determination of pentazocine in biological samples
361
Hollow fiber-based liquid–liquid–liquid microextraction combined with high-performance liquid chromatography for the speciation of organomercury
362
Hollow fiber-based liquid–liquid–liquid micro-extraction with osmosis: I. Theoretical simulation and verification
363
Hollow fiber-based liquid–liquid–liquid micro-extraction with osmosis: II. Application to quantification of endogenous gibberellins in rice plant
364
Hollow fiber-based liquid-phase microextraction (HF-LPME) of ibuprofen followed by FIA-chemiluminescence determination using the acidic permanganate–sulfite system
365
Hollow fiber-based liquid-phase microextraction combined with on-line sweeping for trace analysis of Strychnos alkaloids in urine by micellar electrokinetic chromatography
366
Hollow fiber-liquid phase microextraction combined with gas chromatography for the determination of phenothiazine drugs in urine
367
Hollow fiber-liquid-phase microextraction of fungicides from orange juices
368
Hollow fiber-mediated liquid-phase microextraction of chemical warfare agents from water
369
Hollow fibers as structured distillation packing
370
Hollow fibers as structured packing for olefin/paraffin separations
371
Hollow fibers for seawater desalination from blends of PVDF with different molecular weights: Morphology, properties and VMD performance
372
Hollow fibers integrated with single walled carbon nanotubes: Bandgap modification and chemical sensing capability
373
Hollow fibers of poly(lactide-co-glycolide) and poly(ε-caprolactone) blends for vascular tissue engineering applications
374
Hollow fiber-supported designer ionic liquid sponges for post-combustion CO2 scrubbing
375
Hollow fiber-supported hydrogels with mesh-size asymmetry
376
Hollow fibre based reactors for an enhanced H2 production by methanol steam reforming
377
Hollow fibre cell fishing with high performance liquid chromatography for screening bioactive anthraquinones from traditional Chinese medicines
378
Hollow fibre liquid-phase microextraction of functionalised carboxylic acids from atmospheric particles combined with capillary electrophoresis/mass spectrometric analysis
379
Hollow fibre membrane reactors for high H2 yields in the WGS reaction
380
Hollow fibre microporous silica membranes for gas separation and pervaporation: Synthesis, performance and stability
381
Hollow fibre modules for orange juice aroma recovery using pervaporation Original Research Article
382
Hollow fibre perovskite membranes for oxygen separation
383
Hollow fibre-based liquid phase microextraction combined with high-performance liquid chromatography for the analysis of flavonoids in Echinophora platyloba DC. and Mentha piperita
384
Hollow fibre-based liquid-phase microextraction technique combined with gas chromatography–mass spectrometry for the determination of pyrethroid insecticides in water samples
385
Hollow glass microsphere HDPE composites for low energy sustainability
386
Hollow glass microspheres for temperature and irradiance control in photobioreactors
387
Hollow glass microspheres for use in radiation shielding
388
Hollow gold and platinum nanoparticles by a transmetallation reaction in an organic solution
389
Hollow gold nanoparticles encapsulating horseradish peroxidase
390
Hollow graphene spheres self-assembled from graphene oxide sheets by a one-step hydrothermal process
391
Hollow hierarchical SnO2-ZnO composite nanofibers with heterostructure based on electrospinning method for detecting methanol
392
Hollow hydroxyapatite microspheres: A novel bioactive and osteoconductive carrier for controlled release of bone morphogenetic protein-2 in bone regeneration
393
Hollow Land: Israelʹs Architecture of Occupation, Eyal Weizman. Verso, London (2007), ISBN: 978-1844671250
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Hollow latex particles functionalized with chitosan for the removal of formaldehyde from indoor air
395
Hollow latex particles: synthesis and applications
396
Hollow lead zirconate titanate microspheres prepared by sol-gel/emulsion technique
397
Hollow lead zirconate titanate microspheres prepared by sol-gel/emulsion technique
398
Hollow luminescent carbon dots for drug delivery Original Research Article
399
Hollow magnetite spheres: Synthesis, characterization, and magnetic properties
400
Hollow mesoporous aluminosilicate spheres with acidic shell
401
Hollow Mesoporous Silica Nanoparticles (HMSNs) Synthesis and in vitro Evaluation of Cisplatin Delivery
402
Hollow mesoporous silica sphere supported cobalt catalysts for F–T synthesis
403
Hollow mesoporous silica spheres supported Ag and Ag–Au catalyzed reduction of 4-nitrobenzo-15-crown
404
Hollow mesoporous silicas as a drug solution delivery system for insoluble drugs
405
Hollow mesoporous titania microsphere with low shell thickness/diameter ratio and high photocatalysis
406
Hollow mesoporous zirconia nanocontainers for storing and controlled releasing of corrosion inhibitors
407
Hollow microcapsules built by layer by layer assembly for the encapsulation and sustained release of curcumin
408
Hollow micro-mesoporous carbon polyhedra produced by selective removal of skeletal scaffolds Original Research Article
409
Hollow microsphere assembly of ZnO nanosheets
410
Hollow microspheres for gastroretentive floating- pulsatile drug delivery: preparation and in vitro evaluation
411
Hollow microspheres with binary colloidal and polymeric membrane: Effect of polymer and particle concentrations
412
Hollow nanometer-sized polypyrrole capsules with controllable shell thickness synthesized in the presence of chitosan
413
Hollow nanoparticles of β-iron oxide synthesized by chemical vapor condensation
414
Hollow nanoporous Au/Pt core–shell catalysts with nanochannels and enhanced activities towards electro-oxidation of methanol and ethanol
415
Hollow nanosphere fabricated from β-cyclodextrin-grafted α,β-poly(aspartic acid) as the carrier of camptothecin
416
Hollow needle tissue insertion force model
417
Hollow nickel microspheres covered with oriented carbon nanotubes and its magnetic property Original Research Article
418
Hollow organosilica spheres as hosts: Photoinduced electron transfer between image and methylviologen
419
Hollow particles prepared by polymerizing the spontaneous vesicles of anionic maleic surfmer and cationic monomer
420
Hollow Piezoelectric Cylinder under Transient Loads
421
Hollow platinum decorated Fe3O4 nanoparticles as peroxidase mimetic couple with glucose oxidase for pseudobienzyme electrochemical immunosensor
422
Hollow polymeric microcapsules: Preparation, characterization and application in holding boron trifluoride diethyl etherate
423
Hollow porous carbon microspheres obtained by the pyrolysis of TiO2/poly(furfuryl alcohol) composite precursors Original Research Article
424
Hollow quaternized chitosan microspheres increase the therapeutic effect of orally administered insulin
425
Hollow selection by vertebrate fauna in forests of southeastern Australia and implications for forest management Original Research Article
426
Hollow self-inducing impellers for gas–liquid–solid dispersion: Experimental and computational study
427
Hollow silica nanotubes for immobilization of penicillin G acylase enzyme
428
Hollow silicate microspheres from fly ashes of the Chelyabinsk brown coals (South Urals, Russia)
429
Hollow Silicon Carbide Nanostructures
430
Hollow SnO2 microspheres and their carbon-coated composites for supercapacitors
431
Hollow sphere models, conic programming and third stress invariant
432
Hollow spheres of silver synthesized using polyelectrolyte capsules as microreactors
433
Hollow spheres with α-cyclodextrin nanotube assembled shells
434
Hollow spherical carbon with mesoporous shell as a superb anode catalyst support in proton exchange membrane fuel cell
435
Hollow spherical nanocapsules of poly(pyrrole) as a promising support for Pt/Ru nanoparticles based catalyst
436
Hollow steel dowels — a new application in semi-rigid timber connections
437
Hollow structure snap-fit design embedded with shape memory polymer sheet
438
Hollow structures with bilayer graphene walls Original Research Article
439
Hollow TiO2 containing multilayer nanofibers with enhanced photocatalytic activity
440
Hollow victory for ZnS nanostructures: Fabrication
441
Hollow waveguide delivery systems for laser technological application
442
Hollow waveguide quantum cascade laser spectrometer as an online microliter sensor for gas chromatography
443
Hollow waveguide-based full-field absorbance biosensor
444
Hollow Zn2SnO4 boxes coated with N-doped carbon for advanced lithium-ion batteries
445
Hollow, porous, and yttrium functionalized ZnO nanospheres with enhanced gas-sensing performances
446
Hollowed-out octahedral Co/N-codoped carbon as a highly efficient non-precious metal catalyst for oxygen reduction reaction
447
Hollow-Fiber Enzyme Reactor Operating under Nonisothermal Conditions
448
Hollow-fiber flow field-flow fractionation of whole blood serum
449
Hollow-fiber liquid phase microextraction for lignin pyrolysis acids in aerosol samples and gas chromatography–mass spectrometry analysis
450
Hollow-fiber liquid–liquid–solid micro-extraction of lead in soft drinks and determination by graphite furnace atomic absorption spectrometry
451
Hollow-fiber liquid-phase microextraction combined with capillary electrophoresis for trace analysis of sulfonamide compounds
452
Hollow-fiber liquid-phase microextraction for the determination of natural and synthetic estrogens in milk samples
453
Hollow-fiber liquid-phase microextraction of amphetamine-type stimulants in human hair samples
454
Hollow-fiber membrane absorbents embedded molecularly imprinted polymeric spheres for bisphenol A target
455
Hollow-fiber membrane adsorber: Mathematical model
456
Hollow-fiber-supported liquid phase microextraction with in situ derivatization and gas chromatography–mass spectrometry for determination of chlorophenols in human urine samples
457
Hollow-fiber-type pore-filling membranes made by plasma-graft polymerization for the removal of chlorinated organics from water
458
Hollow-fibre liquid phase microextraction for separation and preconcentration of vanadium species in natural waters and their determination by electrothermal vaporization-ICP-OES
459
Hollow-fibre liquid-phase microextraction of phthalate esters from water
460
Hollow-fibre liquid-phase microextraction: A simple and fast cleanup step used for PAHs determination in pine needles Original Research Article
461
Hollow-fibre membrane module design: comparison of different curved geometries with Dean vortices
462
Hollows on Mercury: Materials and mechanisms involved in their formation
463
Hollow-waveguide gas sensing with room-temperature quantum cascade lasers
464
Hollywood Economics: How extreme uncertainty shapes the film industry, Arthur De Vany; Routledge, London and New York, 2004, pages xvi + 308, ISBN 0-415-31260-4 (hbk), $135.00, 0-415-31261-2 (pbk), $39.95
465
Hollywood tackles the abortion debate
466
Hollywoodʹs Noir Detours: Unease in the Mental Megalopolis
467
Holmehus clay — A Tertiary smectitic clay of potential use for isolation of hazardous waste
468
Holmes heart in the adult: transesophageal echocardiographic findings and long-term natural survival
469
Holmes, a program for performing Procrustes Transformations
470
Holmes-Adie syndrome
471
Holmes-Adie syndrome and Lyme disease
472
Holmium Laser Endourethrotomy for the Treatment of Long-Segment Urethral Strictures: A Retrospective Study of 190 Patients
473
Holmium Laser Prostate Enucleation (HOLEP) Versus Trans-Urethral Resection of Prostate (TURP) in Treatment of Symptomatic Prostatic Enlargement;A Health Technology Assessment
474
Holmium lasers come to the fore
475
Holmium lasers passively Q-switched with PbS quantum-dot-doped glasses
476
Holmium nitrate complexation with tri-n-butyl phosphate in supercritical carbon dioxide
477
Holmium oxide from holmium acetate, formation and characterization: thermoanalytical studies
478
Holmium: YAG Laser Incision of Bladder Neck Contracture Following Radical Retropubic Prostatectomy
479
Holmium: YAG laser transmyocardial revascularization relieves angina and improves functional status
480
Holmium: YAG laser vaporization of recurrent papillary tumours of the bladder under local anaesthesia: Jonler M, Lund L, Bisballe S, Division of Urology, Department of Surgery, Viborg Hospital, Viborg, Denmark
481
Holmium:YAG laser-assisted capsular shift in a canine model: Intraarticular pressure and histologic observations
482
Holmium-related luminescence in crystalline silicon
483
Holmium-YAG Laser Ureteroscopic Lithotripsy in a Patient with Ectopic Malrotated Kidney
484
Holo- and apo-cystalysin from Treponema denticola: Two different conformations
485
Holocarboxylase synthetase interacts physically with euchromatic histone-lysine N-methyltransferase, linking histone biotinylation with methylation events
486
Holocarboxylase synthetase is a chromatin protein and interacts directly with histone H3 to mediate biotinylation of K9 and K18
487
Holocarboxylase synthetase regulates expression of biotin transporters by chromatin remodeling events at the SMVT locus
488
Holocarboxylase synthetase: Correlation of protein localisation with biological function
489
Holocaust survivors coping with open heart surgery decades later: posttraumatic symptoms and quality of life
490
Holocaust survivorsʹ perspectives on the euthanasia debate
491
Holocene aeolian activity in the Dinggye area (Southern Tibet, China)
492
Holocene alluvial environments at Barking, Lower Thames Valley (London, UK)
493
Holocene alluvial morphopedosedimentary record and environmental changes in the Bardenas Reales Natural Park (NE Spain)
494
Holocene alluvial sediment storage in a small river catchment in the loess area of central Belgium
495
Holocene and historical earthquakes on the Boconó fault system, southern Venezuelan Andes: Trench confirmation
496
Holocene and Late Pleistocene climate in the sub-Mediterranean continental environment: A speleothem record from Poleva Cave (Southern Carpathians, Romania)
497
Holocene and Quaternary uplift in the central part of the southern coast of the Corinth Gulf (Greece)
498
Holocene archeointensities from mid European ceramics, slags, burned sediments and cherts
499
Holocene artiodactyl population histories and large game hunting in the Wyoming Basin, USA
500
Holocene benthic foraminiferal assemblages indicate long-term marginality of reef habitats from Moreton Bay, Australia
501
Holocene biomass burning and global dynamics of the carbon cycle
502
Holocene biostratigraphy and paleoenvironmental changes in the Black Sea based on calcareous nannoplankton
503
Holocene block-and-ash flows from summit dome activity of Citlaltépetl volcano, Eastern Mexico
504
Holocene centennial to millennial-scale climatic variability: Evidence from high-resolution magnetic analyses of the last 10 cal kyr off North Iceland (core MD99-2275)
505
Holocene centennial-scale changes of the Indonesian and South China Sea throughflows: Evidences from the Makassar Strait
506
Holocene changes in eastern equatorial Atlantic salinity as estimated by water isotopologues
507
Holocene climate and seasonality of shell collection at the Dundas Islands Group, northern British Columbia, Canada—A bivalve sclerochronological approach
508
Holocene climate changes over the desert/loess transition of north-central China
509
Holocene climate development on the central Tibetan Plateau: A sedimentary record from Cuoe Lake
510
Holocene climate history of Geographical Society Ø, East Greenland — evidence from lake sediments
511
Holocene climate variability as derived from alkenone sea surface temperature and coupled ocean-atmosphere model experiments
512
Holocene climate variability at multidecadal time scales detected by sedimentological indicators in a shelf core NW off Iceland
513
Holocene climatic change and past Irish societal response
514
Holocene climatic changes in the Western Mediterranean, from south-east France to south-east Spain
515
Holocene climatic fluctuations in the Gujarat Alluvial Plains based on a multiproxy study of the Pariyaj Lake archive, western India
516
Holocene climatic optimum in Southwest Africa—evidence from the marine clay mineral record
517
Holocene coastal carbonates and evaporites of the southern Arabian Gulf and their ancient analogues
518
Holocene coastal change in East Norfolk, UK: palaeoenvironmental data from Somerton and Winterton Holmes, near Horsey
519
Holocene coastal dune fields used as indicators of net littoral transport: West Coast, USA
520
Holocene coastal paleoenvironments in Atlantic Patagonia, Argentina
521
Holocene coastal uplift in the taormina area, northeastern sicily: Implications for the southern prolongation of the calabrian seismogenic belt
522
Holocene cold events on the Tibetan Plateau
523
Holocene colluviation and its implications for tracing human-induced soil erosion and redeposition on the piedmont loess lands of the Qinling Mountains, northern China
524
Holocene coral reef growth and sea level in a macrotidal, high turbidity setting: Cockatoo Island, Kimberley Bioregion, northwest Australia
525
Holocene debris-flow deposits and their implications on the climate in the upper Jinsha River valley, China
526
Holocene denudation rates from the superhumid southernmost Chilean Patagonian Andes (53°S) deduced from lake sediment budgets
527
Holocene development of soils in response to environmental changes: the Novosvobodnaya archaeological site, North Caucasus
528
Holocene development of the Yellow Riverʹs subaqueous delta, North Yellow Sea
529
Holocene drainage systems of the English Fenland: roddons and their environmental significance
530
Holocene dune-sourced alluvial fans in the Nebraska Sand Hills
531
Holocene dynamics of the Rhone Glacier, Switzerland, deduced from ice flow models and cosmogenic nuclides
532
Holocene East Asian monsoonal precipitation pattern revealed by grain-size distribution of core sediments of Daihai Lake in Inner Mongolia of north-central China
533
Holocene emergence in Euboea island (Greece)
534
Holocene environmental and parasequence development of the St. Jones Estuary, Delaware (USA): Foraminiferal proxies of natural climatic and anthropogenic change
535
Holocene environmental change and its impact on sediment dynamics in the Eastern Mediterranean
536
Holocene environmental change and its impacts on human settlement in the Shanghai Area, East China
537
Holocene environmental change in the Otjiwarongo thornbush savanna (Northern Namibia): evidence from soils and sediments
538
Holocene environmental changes as recorded by mineral magnetism of sediments from Anguli-nuur Lake, southeastern Inner Mongolia Plateau, China
539
Holocene environmental changes in Bangong Co basin (Western Tibet). Part 2: The pollen record
540
Holocene environmental changes in Bangong Co basin (Western Tibet). Part 3: Biogenic remains
541
Holocene environmental changes in Bangong Co basin (Western Tibet). Part 4: Discussion and conclusions
542
Holocene environmental changes in Lake Bangong basin (Western Tibet). Part 1: Chronology and stable isotopes of carbonates of a Holocene lacustrine core
543
Holocene environmental changes in Mongolia: A review
544
Holocene environmental changes in northeast Thailand as reconstructed from a tropical wetland
545
Holocene environmental changes in the Central Amazon Basin inferred from Lago Calado (Brazil)
546
Holocene environmental changes in the central Inner Mongolia, based on single-aliquot-quartz optical dating and multi-proxy study of dune sands
547
Holocene environmental changes in the coastal Tavoliere Plain (Apulia, southern Italy): A multiproxy approach
548
Holocene environmental changes in the Gebel Umm Hammad, Eastern Desert, Egypt
549
Holocene environmental changes in the Sمo Francisco de Paula region, southern Brazil
550
Holocene environmental changes in the Ugii Nuur basin, Mongolia
551
Holocene environmental changes of the Godavari Delta, east coast of India, inferred from sediment core analyses and AMS 14C dating
552
Holocene environmental changes on Nightingale Island, South Atlantic, based on diatom floristic changes in an infilled pond
553
Holocene environmental development of the Bilbao estuary, northern Spain: sequence stratigraphy and foraminiferal interpretation
554
Holocene environmental history of the Gotland Basin (Baltic Sea)—a micropalaeontological model
555
Holocene environmental history recorded in Lake Lyadhej-To sediments, Polar Urals, Russia
556
Holocene environments from stable isotope stratigraphy of ostracods and authigenic carbonate in Chilean Altiplano Lakes
557
Holocene erosion, sedimentation, and stratigraphy at Raven Fork, Southern Blue Ridge Mountains, USA
558
Holocene eruptive history of Ksudach volcanic massif, South Kamchatka: evolution of a large magmatic chamber
559
Holocene evolution of Itapeva Lake, Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil: Palynomorphs Corg, N, and S records
560
Holocene evolution of seasonal stratification in the Celtic Sea: refined age model, mixing depths and foraminiferal stratigraphy
561
Holocene evolution of the deltaic plain: a perspective — from Fisk to present
562
Holocene evolution of the Pomeranian Bay environment, southern Baltic Sea*
563
Holocene explosive eruptions in the Rungwe Volcanic Province, Tanzania
564
Holocene faulting and earthquake recurrence along the Serghaya branch of the Dead Sea fault system in Syria and Lebanon
565
Holocene fire frequency variability in Vesijako, Strict Nature Reserve, Finland, and its application to conservation and management
566
Holocene fires in East Amazonia (Carajás), new evidences, chronology and relation with paleoclimate
567
Holocene flooding and river development in a Mediterranean steepland catchment: The Anapodaris Gorge, south central Crete, Greece
568
Holocene floodplain formation in the southern Cape region, South Africa
569
Holocene floodplains and their distribution in urban areas—functionality indicators for their retention potentials
570
Holocene fluvial geomorphology of the River Exe (UK) from archaeological and historical data and implications for urban form
571
Holocene fluvial-coastal interactions on a mixed sand and sand and gravel beach system, North Canterbury, New Zealand
572
Holocene foraminiferal assemblages from Firth of Tay, Antarctic Peninsula: Paleoclimate implications
573
Holocene geomagnetic paleointensities: A blind test of absolute paleointensity techniques and materials
574
Holocene geomorphic activity related to climatic change and human impact in Basilicata, Southern Italy
575
Holocene geomorphic processes and landscape evolution in the lower reaches of the Orkhon River (northern Mongolia)
576
Holocene geomorphological processes and soil development as indicator for environmental change around Karakorum, Upper Orkhon Valley (Central Mongolia)
577
Holocene glacial discharge fluctuations and recent instability in East Antarctica
578
Holocene glaciations in the Ema Glacier valley, Monte Sarmiento Massif, Tierra del Fuego
579
Holocene glacier history from alpine speleothems, Milchbach cave, Switzerland
580
Holocene highstand deposits in the Gulf of Cadiz, SW Iberian Peninsula: A high-resolution record of hierarchical environmental changes
581
Holocene hillslope development in glacially formed valley systems in Nordfjord, western Norway
582
Holocene hydrologic balance of tropical South America from oxygen isotopes of lake sediment opal, Venezuelan Andes
583
Holocene hydrological and climatic change on the northern Mongolian Plateau based on multi-proxy records from Lake Gun Nuur
584
Holocene hydrological and vegetation changes in southern France inferred by the study of an alluvial travertine system (Saint-Guilhem-le-Désert, Hérault)
585
Holocene ice retreat from the Lazarev Sea shelf, East Antarctica
586
Holocene intramontane lake development: A new model in the Jلchal River Valley, Andean Precordillera, San Juan, Argentina
587
Holocene invasions: finally the resolution ecologists were waiting for!
588
Holocene lacustrine deposition in the Atacama Altiplano: facies models, climate and tectonic forcing
589
Holocene lake development and glacial-isostatic uplift at Lake Skallen and Lake Oyako, Lützow-Holm Bay, East Antarctica: Based on biogeochemical facies and molecular signatures
590
Holocene lake development of two Dalmatian lagoons (Malo and Veliko Jezero, Isle of Mljet) in respect to changes in Adriatic sea level and climate
591
Holocene landscape development and climatic change in the low arctic, Northwest Territories, Canada
592
Holocene landscape evolution along the Andean piedmont, Bolivian Chaco
593
Holocene landscape evolution of a nivation hollow on Gassan volcano, northern Japan
594
Holocene landscape history and palaeohydrology evidenced by stable carbon isotope (δ13C) analysis of alluvial sediments in the Mbari valley (5°N/23°E), Central African Republic
595
Holocene lateral channel migration and incision of the Red River, Manitoba, Canada
596
Holocene liquefaction and soft-sediment deformation in Quito (Ecuador): A paleoseismic history recorded in lacustrine sediments
597
Holocene mangrove dynamics in Makoba Bay, Zanzibar
598
Holocene marine diatoms from the Faeroe Islands and their paleoceanographic implications
599
Holocene moisture change revealed by the Rb/Sr ratio of aeolian deposits in the southeastern Mu Us Desert, China
600
Holocene moisture evolution across the Mongolian Plateau and its surrounding areas: A synthesis of climatic records
601
Holocene non-orbital climatic events in present-day arid areas of northern Africa and China
602
Holocene oceanographic and glacial changes recorded in Maxwell Bay, West Antarctica
603
Holocene ochreous lacustrine sediments within the Famatina Belt, NW Argentina: A natural case for fossil damming of an acid drainage system
604
Holocene ostracode paleobiogeography in Osaka Bay, southwestern Japan
605
Holocene palaeoclimates in northwestern Sudan: stable isotope studies on molluscs
606
Holocene palaeoecology of the northern Flinders Ranges, South Australia, based on stick-nest rat (Leporillus spp.) middens: a preliminary overview
607
Holocene palaeoenvironments inferred from a sedimentary sequence in the Tsoaing River Basin, western Lesotho
608
Holocene palaeogeographies of the Astakos coastal plain (Akarnania, NW Greece)
609
Holocene palaeohydrology of Lake Titicaca estimated from an ostracod-based transfer function
610
Holocene palaeovegetation of the Tigray Plateau in northern Ethiopia from charcoal and stable organic carbon isotopic analyses of gully sediments
611
Holocene paleoclimatic variation in the Schirmacher Oasis, East Antarctica: A mineral magnetic approach
612
Holocene paleoenvironmental reconstruction in the Eastern Amazonian Basin: Comprido Lake
613
Holocene paleoenvironmental records from Nikolay Lake, Lena River Delta, Arctic Russia
614
Holocene paleoenvironments in southeastern Minnesota – chasing the prairie-forest ecotone
615
Holocene paleofloods related to climatic events in the upper reaches of the Hanjiang River valley, middle Yangtze River basin, China
616
Holocene paleohydrology and glacial history of the central Andes using multiproxy lake sediment studies
617
Holocene paleohydrology of Little Salt Spring, Florida, based on ostracod assemblages and stable isotopes
618
Holocene paleohydrology of Quistococha Lake (Peru) in the upper Amazon Basin: Influence on carbon accumulation
619
Holocene paleolimnological reconstruction of a high altitude Colombian tropical lake
620
Holocene paleomagnetic records from the St. Lawrence Estuary, eastern Canada: centennial- to millennial-scale geomagnetic modulation of cosmogenic isotopes
621
Holocene paleomagnetic secular variation from East China Sea and a PSV stack of East Asia
622
Holocene paleomagnetic secular variation records from the western Equatorial Pacific Ocean
623
Holocene paleosecular variation from dated lava flows on Maui (Hawaii)
624
Holocene paleosols and colluvial sediments in Northeast Tibet (Qinghai Province, China): Properties, dating and paleoenvironmental implications
625
Holocene palynology and palaeoenvironments in the Savanna Biome at Tswaing Crater, central South Africa
626
Holocene palynology and sea-level change in two estuaries in Southern Irian Jaya
627
Holocene palynology of Whitehaven Swamp, Whitsunday Island, Queensland, and implications for the regional archaeological record
628
Holocene plinian eruption of La Virgen volcano, Baja California, Mexico
629
Holocene precipitation and atmospheric changes inferred from river paleowetlands in the Bolivian Andes
630
Holocene precipitation seasonality captured by a dual hydrogen and oxygen isotope approach at Steel Lake, Minnesota
631
Holocene rainfall variability in southern Chile: a marine record of latitudinal shifts of the Southern Westerlies
632
Holocene rainfall variability in southern Chile: a marine record of latitudinal shifts of the Southern Westerlies
633
Holocene recurrent explosive activity at Chimborazo volcano (Ecuador)
634
Holocene relative sea level changes in a glacio-isostatic area: New data from south-west Scotland, United Kingdom
635
Holocene relative sea-level change and deglaciation on Alexander Island, Antarctic Peninsula, from elevated lake deltas
636
Holocene relative sea-level changes and ice fluctuations in the South Shetland Islands
637
Holocene relative sea-level history of the Southern Victoria Land Coast, Antarctica
638
Holocene relative sea-level movements along the North Norfolk Coast, UK
639
Holocene river dynamics in Northland, New Zealand: The influence of valley floor confinement on floodplain development
640
Holocene rock varnish microstratigraphy and its chronometric application in the drylands of western USA
641
Holocene rock varnish on the Messak plateau (Libyan Sahara): Chronology of weathering processes
642
Holocene sand beaches of southern California: ENSO forcing and coastal processes on millennial scales
643
Holocene sea level fluctuations and coastal evolution in the central Algarve (southern Portugal)
644
Holocene sea levels, Last Glacial Maximum glaciomarine environments and geophysical models in the northern Irish Sea Basin, UK
645
Holocene sea surface temperature and sea ice extent in the Okhotsk and Bering Seas
646
Holocene sea-level change and hydro-isostasy along the west coast of Kyushu, Japan
647
Holocene sea-level change and ice-sheet history in the Vestfold Hills, East Antarctica
648
Holocene sea-level change in Sicily and its implications for tectonic models: new data from the Taormina area, northeast Sicily
649
Holocene sea-level changes along the Mediterranean coast of Israel, based on archaeological observations and numerical model
650
Holocene sea-level history and coastal evolution of the north-western Fenland, eastern England
651
Holocene sea-level history on the Rio Grande do Norte State coast, Brazil
652
Holocene sea-level history: Evidence from coastal sediments of the northern Rio Grande do Norte coast, NE Brazil
653
Holocene sea-level oscillations and environmental changes on the Eastern Black Sea shelf
654
Holocene sea-level record from corals: Reliability of paleodepth indicators at Ishigaki Island, Ryukyu Islands, Japan
655
Holocene seasonal variability inferred from multiple proxy records from Crevice Lake, Yellowstone National Park, USA
656
Holocene sediment budgets for upland catchments: The problem of soilscape model and data availability
657
Holocene sediment budgets in two river catchments in the Southern Upper Rhine Valley, Germany
658
Holocene sediment deposition on a NE Atlantic transect including Feni Drift quantified by radiocarbon and 230Thexcess methods
659
Holocene sediment deposition on the Poverty-slope margin by the muddy Waipaoa River, East Coast New Zealand
660
Holocene sediment distribution on the inner continental shelf of northeastern South Carolina: Implications for the regional sediment budget and long-term shoreline response
661
Holocene sediment fluxes in a fragile loess landscape (Saxony, Germany)
662
Holocene sedimentary activity in a non-terrestrially coupled submarine canyon: Cook Strait Canyon system, New Zealand
663
Holocene sedimentary dynamics on the Iberian continental shelf of the Gulf of Cلdiz (SW Spain)
664
Holocene sedimentary evolution and palaeocoastlines of the Lower Khuzestan plain (southwest Iran)
665
Holocene sedimentary processes in the Andّya Canyon system, north Norway
666
Holocene sedimentary record from Lake Tutira: A template for upland watershed erosion proximal to the Waipaoa Sedimentary System, northeastern New Zealand
667
Holocene sedimentary systems on continental shelves
668
Holocene sediments of Lake Barrine, north-east Australia, and their implications for the history of lake and catchment environments
669
Holocene sediments of Wistari Reef: towards a global quantification of coral reef related neritic sedimentation in the Holocene
670
Holocene sequences and archaeology from the Crabble Paper Mill site, Dover, UK and their regional significance
671
Holocene shelf sea evolution offshore northeast England
672
Holocene shortening across the Main Frontal Thrust zone in the eastern Himalaya
673
Holocene size variations in two diatom species off East Antarctica: Productivity vs environmental conditions
674
Holocene slip rate of the North Anatolian Fault beneath the Sea of Marmara
675
Holocene slip-rate on the Sabzevar thrust fault, NE Iran, determined using optically stimulated luminescence (OSL)
676
Holocene soil formation and soil erosion at a slope beneath the Neolithic earthwork Salzmünde (Saxony-Anhalt, Germany)
677
Holocene soil-geomorphic surfaces influence the role of salmon-derived nutrients in the coastal temperate rainforest of Southeast Alaska
678
Holocene space–time succession of the Middle Atrato wetlands, Chocó biogeographic region, Colombia
679
Holocene tectonic uplift of the St Peter and St Paul Rocks (Equatorial Atlantic) consistent with emplacement by extrusion
680
Holocene tectono-geomorphic evolution of parts of the Upper and Middle Gangetic plains, India
681
Holocene temperature evolution of the subpolar North Atlantic recorded in the Mg/Ca ratios of surface and thermocline dwelling planktonic foraminifers
682
Holocene thermal maximum off North Iceland: Evidence from benthic and planktonic foraminifera in the 8600–5200 cal year BP time slice
683
Holocene thermal optimal and climate variability of East Asian monsoon inferred from forest reconstruction of a subalpine pollen sequence, Taiwan
684
Holocene tidal palaeochannels, Severn Estuary Levels, UK: a search for granulometric and foraminiferal criteria
685
Holocene to modern fine-grained sedimentation on a macrotidal shoreface-to-inner-shelf setting (eastern Bay of the Seine, France)
686
Holocene tree immigration and the chironomid fauna of a small Swiss subalpine lake (Hinterburgsee, 1515 m asl)
687
Holocene treeline shifts and monsoon variability in the Hengduan Mountains (southeastern Tibetan Plateau), implications from palynological investigations
688
Holocene tropical South American hydroclimate revealed from a decadally resolved lake sediment δ18O record
689
Holocene variability of bottom water hydrography on the Kara Sea shelf (Siberia) depicted in multiple single-valve analyses of stable isotopes in ostracods
690
Holocene variability of the Kuroshio Current in the Okinawa Trough, northwestern Pacific Ocean
691
Holocene variability of the Kuroshio Current in the Okinawa Trough, northwestern Pacific Ocean
692
Holocene variability of the North Atlantic Irminger current on the south- and northwest shelf of Iceland
693
Holocene vegetation and climate change from a lake sediment record in the Tengger Sandy Desert, northwest China
694
Holocene vegetation and climate of the Alashan Plateau, NW China, reconstructed from pollen data
695
Holocene vegetation and fire dynamics in central-eastern Brazil: Molecular records from the Pau de Fruta peatland
696
Holocene vegetation and hydrologic changes inferred from molecular vegetation markers in peat, Penido Vello (Galicia, Spain)
697
Holocene vegetation and natural disturbance in the Engelmann Spruce – Subalpine Fir biogeoclimatic zone at Mount Kobau, British Columbia
698
Holocene vegetation changes along the southeastern coast of the Argentinean Pampa grasslands in relation to sea-level fluctuations and climatic variability: Palynological analysis of alluvial sequences from Arroyo Claromecَ
699
Holocene vegetation history in the upper forest belt of the Eastern Romanian Carpathians
700
Holocene vegetation variations and the associated environmental changes in the western part of the Chinese Loess Plateau
701
Holocene vegetation–fire–climate linkages in northern Yellowstone National Park, USA
702
Holocene volcanic activity at Koniuji Island, Aleutians
703
Holocene wave conditions and wave-induced sand transport in the southern North Sea
704
Holocene-emerged notches and tectonic uplift along the Jalisco coast, Southwest Mexico
705
Holocene-historical volcanism and active faults as natural risk factors for Armenia and adjacent countries
706
Holocenic proxies of sedimentary organic matter and the evolution of Lake Arari-Amazon Region
707
Holodiagrams in Birefringent Media
708
Holodirected coordination sphere around lead(II) in three-dimensional polymeric structure; New precursor for preparation of lead oxide sulfate nano-structures
709
Hologram QSAR model for the prediction of human oral bioavailability Original Research Article
710
Hologram quantitative structure activity relationship studies on 5-HT6 antagonists Original Research Article
711
Hologram quantitative structure–activity relationships for a series of farnesoid X receptor activators
712
Hologram simulation for off-axis electron holography
713
Hologram simulation for off-axis electron holography
714
Holographic and Electronic Speckle-Pattern Interferometry using a Photopolymer Recording Material
715
Holographic applications in evaluation of defect and cleaning procedures
716
Holographic assessment of edge delamination on foam-adhesive bonded joints
717
Holographic bound from second law of thermodynamics
718
Holographic Characteristics of a 1-mm-Thick Photopolymer to be Used in Holographic Memories
719
Holographic characterization of near infra red photopolymerizable materials
720
Holographic chiral structure on the basis of Weigerts effect
721
Holographic Common-Path Interferometer for Angular Displacement Measurements with Spatial Phase Stepping and Extended Measurement Range
722
Holographic community: Reconceptualizing the meaning of community in an era of health care reform
723
Holographic correspondence and quantum gravity in E-infinity spacetime
724
Holographic cubic vertex in the pp-wave Original Research Article
725
Holographic data storage systems
726
Holographic data storage: H.I. Coufal, D. Psaltis, G.T. Sincerbox (Eds.); Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg, New York, 2000, 486p
727
Holographic description of Kerr–Bolt–AdS–dS spacetimes Original Research Article
728
Holographic description of large N gauge theory Original Research Article
729
Holographic description of quantum field theory Original Research Article
730
Holographic diffuse LEED image reconstruction for simultaneous occupation of different oxygen adsorption sites on Ni(1 1 1)
731
Holographic Diffuser by use of a Silver Halide Sensitized Gelatin Process
732
Holographic dimensional reduction: Center manifold theorem and E-infinity
733
Holographic dual of de Sitter universe with AdS bubbles Original Research Article
734
Holographic Edge-Illuminated Polymer Bragg Gratings for Dense Wavelength Division Optical Filters at 1550 nm
735
Holographic fermions in charged dilaton black branes Original Research Article
736
Holographic forced fluid dynamics in non-relativistic limit Original Research Article
737
Holographic formula for Q-curvature
738
Holographic grating recording in large area photoconducting liquid crystal panels
739
Holographic hierarchy in the Gaussian matrix model via the fuzzy sphere
740
HOLOGRAPHIC IMAGE CORRELATION METHOD FOR MEASURING THREE-DIMENSIONAL SOLID DEFORMATIONS
741
Holographic Image Representation With Reduced Aliasing and Noise Effects
742
Holographic imaging of side-scattering particles
743
Holographic imaging of surface atoms using surface X-ray diffraction
744
Holographic Interference Filters for Infrared Communications
745
Holographic interferometric study of heat transfer to a sliding vapor bubble
746
Holographic interferometry applied to coupled free convection and radiative transfer in a cavity containing a vertical plate between 290 and 650 K
747
Holographic interferometry assessment of stress distribution in sandwich beams in bending
748
Holographic interferometry of physical processes—the scientific legacy of Professor Yu. I. Ostrovsky
749
Holographic lenses for building integrated concentrating photovoltaics
750
Holographic lithography of a two-dimensional hexagonal structure: Effect of beam polarization
751
Holographic manipulation of an atomic beam
752
Holographic manipulation of an atomic beam
753
Holographic matter: Deconfined string at criticality Original Research Article
754
Holographic methods as local probes of the atomic order in solids
755
Holographic methods for X-ray and electron crystallography
756
Holographic model for dilepton production in p–p collisions Original Research Article
757
Holographic optical element for laser time-of-flight flow sensor
758
Holographic optical elements as scanning lidar telescopes
759
Holographic optical elements: various principles for solar control of conservatories and sunrooms
760
Holographic optical trapping
761
Holographic optics-based interferometer for real-time testing of phase objects
762
Holographic Organization is A Prerequisite for the Third-Generation University
763
Holographic particle image velocimetry: analysis using a conjugate reconstruction geometry
764
Holographic patterning of luminescent photopolymer nanocomposites
765
Holographic polarization-selective module based on a small Dove prism coupler for magneto-optical pickup heads
766
Holographic polymer dispersed liquid crystal reflection gratings formed by visible light initiated thiol-ene photopolymerization
767
Holographic polymer dispersed liquid crystals (HPDLCs) containing triallyl isocyanurate monomer
768
Holographic principle and the dominant energy condition for Kasner type metrics
769
Holographic principle bounds on primordial black-hole abundances
770
Holographic principle during inflation and a lower bound on density fluctuations
771
Holographic principle in the closed universe: a resolution with negative pressure matter
772
Holographic properties of Triton X-100-treated bacteriorhodopsin embedded in gelatin films
773
Holographic QCD: Past, present, and future
774
Holographic QCD: Past, present, and future
775
Holographic Q-picture of Kerr–Newman–AdS–dS black hole Original Research Article
776
Holographic QSAR of selected esters
777
Holographic quark–antiquark potential in hot, anisotropic Yang–Mills plasma Original Research Article
778
Holographic reconstruction of Si(111) atom positions from energy- and angle-resolved photoelectron diffraction
779
Holographic recording in [Sb(PO3)3]n–Sb2O3 glassy films by photoinduced volume and refraction index changes
780
Holographic recording in amorphous As2S3 films at 633 nm
781
Holographic recording in amorphous chalcogenide thin films
782
Holographic recording in amorphous chalcogenide thin films
783
Holographic Recording of Bragg Gratings for Wavelength Division Multiplexing in Doped and Partially Polymerized Poly(methyl methacrylate)
784
Holographic recording study of a hybrid liquid crystal system doped with dye and fullerene
785
Holographic reformulation of string theory on AdS5×S5 background in the PP-wave limit Original Research Article
786
Holographic renormalization and Ward identities with the HamiltonJacobi method
787
Holographic renormalization and Ward identities with the Hamilton–Jacobi method Original Research Article
788
Holographic renormalization group and conformal anomaly for AdS9/CFT8 correspondence
789
Holographic renormalization group flow, Wilson loops and field-theory β -functions Original Research Article
790
Holographic renormalization group with fermions and form fields Original Research Article
791
Holographic renormalization Original Research Article
792
Holographic representations of images
793
Holographic research strategy for catalyst library design: Description of a new powerful optimisation method
794
Holographic responses of fermion matter Original Research Article
795
Holographic RG flows from Quasi-Topological Gravity Original Research Article
796
Holographic sensors for the determination of ionic strength Original Research Article
797
Holographic superconductors in the AdS black-hole spacetime with a global monopole Original Research Article
798
Holographic three-point functions: one step beyond the tradition Original Research Article
799
Holographic trace anomaly and cocycle of Weyl group
800
Holographic view of causality and locality via branes in AdS/CFT correspondence Original Research Article
801
Holographic visualization of laser-induced plume in pulsed laser welding
802
Holographic voltage profiling on 75 nm gate architecture CMOS devices
803
Holographic voltage profiling on 75 nm gate architecture CMOS devices
804
Holographic voltage profiling on 75 nm gate architecture CMOS devices
805
Holographic walking from tachyon DBI Original Research Article
806
Holographic walking technicolor and stability of techni-branes Original Research Article
807
Holographic walking technicolor from D-branes Original Research Article
808
Holographic X-ray optical elements: transition between refraction and diffraction
809
Holographic X-ray optical elements: transition between refraction and diffraction
810
Holographically recorded ion-etched varied line spacing grating for a monochromator at the Photon Factory BL19B
811
Holographically recorded ion-etched varied line spacing grating for a monochromator at the Photon Factory BL19B
812
Holography and CFT on generic manifolds
813
Holography and compactification Original Research Article
814
Holography and cosmology
815
Holography and entropy bounds in Gauss–Bonnet gravity
816
Holography and rotating AdS black holes
817
Holography and the generalized second law of thermodynamics in (2+1)-dimensional cosmology
818
Holography and the origin of anomalies
819
Holography beyond the Penrose limit Original Research Article
820
Holography for underwater inspection and measurement: an overview of current work
821
Holography in (2+1)-dimensional cosmological models
822
Holography in an early universe with asymmetric inflation
823
Holography in commercially available photoetchable glasses
824
Holography in the Penrose limit of AdS space
825
Holography of asymmetrically warped space–times
826
Holography of the quark matter triple point Original Research Article
827
Holography with Schrödinger potentials
828
Holography, degenerate horizons and entropy Original Research Article
829
Holomorphic analogs of topological gauge theories
830
Holomorphic and conformal mappings of open Riemann surfaces of genus one Original Research Article
831
Holomorphic anomalies and the nonrenormalization theorem
832
Holomorphic anomaly in the quantum Hall system Original Research Article
833
Holomorphic approximation of -functions on the unit sphere in
834
HOLOMORPHIC AUTOMORPHISMS OF THE UNIT BALLS OF HILBERT C^*-MODULES
835
Holomorphic Bogoliubov functionals for interacting particle systems in continuum
836
Holomorphic Chern-Simons-Witten theory: From 2D to 4D conformal field theories Original Research Article
837
Holomorphic curves from matrices Original Research Article
838
Holomorphic cylinders with lagrangian boundaries and periodic orbits of hamiltonian systems
839
Holomorphic D7-branes and flavored image gauge theories Original Research Article
840
Holomorphic Discrete Models of Semisimple Lie Groups and their Symplectic Constructions
841
Holomorphic Discrete Series for Hyperboloids of Hermitian Type
842
Holomorphic disks and knot invariants
843
Holomorphic effective potential in general chiral superfield model
844
Holomorphic extension from the sphere to the ball
845
Holomorphic extension of solutions of semilinear elliptic equations Original Research Article
846
Holomorphic extensions in complex fiber bundles ✩
847
Holomorphic extensions of Laplacians and their determinants
848
Holomorphic foliations desingularized by punctual blow-ups
849
HOLOMORPHIC FOLIATIONS, HARMONIC MORPHISMS AND THE WALCZAK FORMULA
850
Holomorphic functions and quasiconformal mappings with smooth moduli
851
Holomorphic Functions Having Large Images under the Action of Differential OperatorsU
852
Holomorphic geometric models for representations of C ∗-algebras
853
Holomorphic helix of proper order 3 on a complex hyperbolic plane
854
Holomorphic horospherical duality “sphere-cone”
855
Holomorphic Idempotents and Retracts in the Unit Ball of a Commutative CU-Algebra with Identity 1
856
Holomorphic Jacksonʹs theorems in polydiscs Original Research Article
857
Holomorphic Lp-type for sub-Laplacians on connected Lie groups
858
Holomorphic mappings and basic extremal lengths of once-holed tori Original Research Article
859
Holomorphic mappings of domains in operator spaces Original Research Article
860
Holomorphic mappings preserving Minkowski functionals
861
Holomorphic matrix integrals Original Research Article
862
HOLOMORPHIC MORSE INEQUALITIES AND SYMPLECTIC REDUCTION
863
Holomorphic Processes in Banach Spaces and Banach Algebras
864
Holomorphic reproducing kernels for piecewise-smooth planar domains
865
Holomorphic retracts in B ∞ H
866
Holomorphic Sobolev spaces and the generalized Segal–Bargmann transform
867
Holomorphic Sobolev spaces associated to compact symmetric spaces
868
Holomorphic Sobolev spaces, Hermite and special Hermite semigroups and a Paley–Wiener theorem for the windowed Fourier transform
869
Holomorphic solutions to functional differential equations
870
Holomorphic solutions to pantograph type equations with neutral fixed points
871
Holomorphic spectral geometry of magnetic Schrödinger operators on Riemann surfaces
872
Holomorphic tachyons and fractional D-branes Original Research Article
873
Holomorphic T-Monsters and Strongly Omnipresent Operators Original Research Article
874
Holomorphic transforms with application to affine processes
875
Holomorphic triangles and invariants for smooth four-manifolds
876
Holomorphic Triebel–Lizorkin Spaces
877
Holomorphically Induced Representations of Some Solvable Lie Groups
878
Holomorphy and dynamical scales in supersymmetric gauge theories
879
Holomorphy minimal homotopy and the 4D, N = 1 supersymmetric Bardeen–Gross–Jackiw anomaly term
880
Holomorphy of spectral multipliers of the Ornstein–Uhlenbeck operator
881
Holonic assembly system with Plug and Produce
882
Holonic job shop scheduling using a multiagent system
883
Holonic Manufacturing Execution Systems
884
Holonic multi-agent system for traffic signals control
885
Holonic multi-agent system for traffic signals control
886
Holonic multilevel simulation of complex systems: Application to real-time pedestrians simulation in virtual urban environment
887
Holonic quality control strategy for the process chain of bearing rings
888
Holonomic extension of connections and symmetrization of jets
889
Holonomic quantum computation based on the scalar Aharonov–Bohm effect for neutral particles and linear topological defects Original Research Article
890
Holonomies of gauge fields in twistor space 1: Bialgebra, supersymmetry, and gluon amplitudes Original Research Article
891
Holonomies of gauge fields in twistor space 2: Hecke algebra, diffeomorphism, and graviton amplitudes Original Research Article
892
Holonomies of gauge fields in twistor space 3: Gravity as a square of image theory Original Research Article
893
Holonomies of gauge fields in twistor space 4: Functional MHV rules and one-loop amplitudes Original Research Article
894
Holonomies of gauge fields in twistor space 5: Amplitudes of gluons and massive scalars Original Research Article
895
Holonomies, anomalies and the Fefferman–Graham ambiguity in AdS3 gravity Original Research Article
896
Holonomy and Parallel Transport for Abelian Gerbes
897
Holonomy from wrapped branes
898
Holonomy-nilpotent fibrations and rational Lusternik-Schnirelmann category
899
Holons, creaons, genons, environs, in hierarchy theory: Where we have gone
900
Holons, creaons, genons, environs, in hierarchy theory: Where we have gone
901
Holoparasitic Cuscuta campestris suppresses invasive Mikania micrantha and contributes to native community recovery Original Research Article
902
Holophyllin A, a rearranged abietane-type diterpenoid from the trunk of Abies holophylla
903
Holoprosencephaly and Klinefelter Syndrome
904
Holoprosencephaly: A Case Report and Review of Prenatal Sonographic Findings
905
Holoprosencephaly: A Case Report and Review of Prenatal Sonographic Findings
906
Holothuria leucospilota Extract Induces Apoptosis in Leishmania major Promastigotes
907
HoloTrap: Interactive hologram design for multiple dynamic optical trapping Original Research Article
908
Holotypes in the taxonomy of planktonic foraminiferal morphospecies
909
Holstein model and Datta model of dephasing in one-dimensional chains Original Research Article
910
Holt, Modigliani, Muth, and Simonʹs work and its role in the renaissance and evolution of operations management
911
Holter changes resulting from right-sided and bilateral infrastellate upper thoracic sympathectomy
912
Holter Electrocardiogram Parameters in Risk Stratification of Arrhythmic Events in Idiopathic Dilated Cardiomyopathy: More Studies Are Needed
913
Holter electrocardiogram should be systematic in Duchenne muscular dystrophy
914
Holter Heart Rate Variability: Are We Measuring Physical Activity?
915
Holter monitoring: are two days better than one?
916
Holter-guided identification of premature ventricular contractions susceptible to suppression by β-blockers
917
Holt–Oram syndrome presenting as agenesis of the left pericardium
918
Holt-Oram Syndrome: A Rare Variant
919
Holt–Winters Forecasting: An Alternative Formulation Applied to UK Air Passenger Data
920
Holy Basil leaf extract decreases tumorigenicity and metastasis of aggressive human pancreatic cancer cells in vitro and in vivo: Potential role in therapy
921
Holy bypass! Technology is destructive
922
Holy healers and saintly digressions
923
Holy Hoofprints: is that a horse in my science class?! Rutgers Equine Science Center launches Equine Science 4 Kids
924
Holy leisure: recreation and religion in God’s square mile: By Troy Messenger. University of Minnesota Press (111 Third Avenue South, Minneapolis, MN 55401-2520, USA) 1999, 177 pp (notes, bibliography and index) $29.95 Hbk. ISBN 0-8166-3254-5.
925
HOLZ lines splitting on SiGe/Si relaxed samples: Analytical solutions for the kinematical equation
926
HOLZ lines splitting on SiGe/Si relaxed samples: Analytical solutions for the kinematical equation
927
Hom complexes and homotopy in the category of graphs
928
Hom complexes and homotopy theory in the category of graphs
929
Hom complexes and hypergraph colorings
930
Hom Functor and the Associativity of Tensor Products of Modules for Vertex Operator Algebras Original Research Article
931
Hom Functor and the Associativity of Tensor Products of Modules for Vertex Operator Algebras Original Research Article
932
Hom functors in the fuzzy category Fm
933
HOM identification by bead pulling in the Brookhaven ERL cavity
934
HOM identification by bead pulling in the Brookhaven ERL cavity
935
Hom(A, G) Original Research Article
936
Hom(A, G) Original Research Article
937
Hom(A, G), II. Original Research Article
938
Hom(A, G), II. Original Research Article
939
Hom(A, G), IV
940
Homage from a Student
941
Homage to Barcelona
942
Homage to Philippe Matte
943
Homage to Prof. M.G. Replacement: A Celebration of Structural Biology at Purdue University
944
Homage to Tom
945
Homage to Tom
946
Homage/dedication of the issue to Prof. E. Bruce Nauman (1937–2009)
947
Hom-computable coalgebras, a composition factors matrix and the Euler bilinear form of an Euler coalgebra
948
HOM-damped re-entrant quasi-half-cell cavity for the SPring-8 storage ring
949
HOM-damped re-entrant quasi-half-cell cavity for the SPring-8 storage ring
950
Home
951
Home land Security
952
Home land security and information
953
Home land security and information sharing: Federal policy considerations
954
Home land Security: A Docume ntary History. Bruce Maxwell. Washington, DC: CQ Press, 2004. xvi, 522 pp. $105.00 (USD), ISBN: 1568028849 (cloth)..
955
Home land security: implications for information policy and practice—first appraisal
956
Home Agent placement and assignment in WLAN with Cellular Networks
957
Home and away: Tourists in a Connected World
958
Home and garden insecticide use and non-Hodgkin lymphoma (NHL) risk
959
Home and host culture influences on sojourner adjustment
960
Home and leisure injuries among the French electricity and gas company active employees: Circumstances and short-term consequences
961
Home Apnea Monitoring and Sudden Infant Death Syndrome
962
Home appliance control system over Bluetooth with a cellular phone
963
Home appliances energy management based on the IoT system
964
Home at last: How two young women with profound intellectual and multiple disabilities achieved their own home : Pat Fitton, Carol OʹBrien and Jean Wilson. Foreword by James Hogg Jessica Kingsley, London (1995) 195 pp
965
Home away from home: factors associated with current functioning in children living in a residential treatment setting
966
Home base and knowledge management in international ventures
967
Home based workers at risk: Outworkers and occupational health and safety
968
Home bias among European investors from a Bayesian perspective
969
Home bias and high turnover
970
Home bias and high turnover reconsidered
971
Home bias and international capital asset pricing model with human capital
972
Home bias and international risk sharing: Twin puzzles separated at birth
973
Home bias effect in the management literature
974
Home bias in global bond and equity markets: The role of real exchange rate volatility
975
Home birth or short-stay hospital birth in a low risk population in the Netherlands
976
Home Blood Pressure as a Predictor of Future Blood Pressure Stability in Borderline Hypertension: The Tecumseh Study
977
Home Blood Pressure During Normal Pregnancy
978
Home Blood Pressure Is as Reliable as Ambulatory Blood Pressure in Predicting Target-Organ Damage in Hypertension
979
Home blood pressure measured telemetrically in hypertensive pregnant women
980
Home Blood Pressure Measurement: A Systematic Review Review Article
981
Home blood pressure monitoring: A suitable evaluation tool for probe designed trials. Cosima study
982
Home blood pressure normalcy: The Didima study
983
Home blood pressure: accuracy is independent of monitoring schedules
984
Home blood pressure: are we measuring the true blood pressure?
985
Home blood-glucose monitoring
986
Home blood-glucose monitoring
987
Home blood-pressure control in Japanese hypertensive population
988
Home Body
989
HOME CARE FOR DEMENTED SUBJECTS: NEW MODELS OF CARE AND HOME-CARE ALLOWANCE
990
Home care for terminally ill Turks and Moroccans and their families in the Netherlands: carers’ experiences and factors influencing ease of access and use of services
991
Home care from the perspective of older clients and their professional carers
992
Home care infection surveillance: Definitions and data
993
Home care nursesʹ inferences and decisions
994
Home care nurses’ knowledge of evidence-based education topics for management of heart failure
995
Home care nursing for the laminitic horse
996
Home Care optimization: impact of pattern generation policies on scheduling and routing decisions
997
HOME CARE PREVENTS COGNITIVE AND FUNCTIONAL DECLINE IN FRAIL ELDERLY
998
Home care simulation for student nurses: Medication management in the home
999
Home care versus institutionalization: family caregiving and senile brain disease
1000
Home care workers discuss their work: The skills required to “use your common sense”
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