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Visualizing categorical data in ViSta
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Visualizing Causal Semantics Using Animations
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Visualizing cereal world
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Visualizing CH* chemiluminescence in sooting flames
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Visualizing Changes of Hierarchical Data using Treemaps
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Visualizing coherent light with an electromagnetic wave simulator
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Visualizing color plasma instabilities
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Visualizing Compaction of Polysomes in Bacteria
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Visualizing concave and convex partitioning of 2D contours
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Visualizing cooperation networks of elite institutions in India
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Visualizing coronary atherosclerosis in vivo: thinking big, imaging small
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Visualizing coronary calcium is associated with improvements in adherence to statin therapy
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Visualizing Crowds in Real-Time
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Visualizing diffusion tensor MR images using streamtubes and streamsurfaces
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Visualizing document classification: A search aid for the digital library
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Visualizing dynamic geosciences phenomena using an octree-based view-dependent LOD strategy within virtual globes
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Visualizing elements of order two in the Weil–Châtelet group
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Visualizing energy consumption activities as a tool for making everyday life more sustainable
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Visualizing energy flows through energy streamlines and pathlines
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Visualizing evolution in real time to determine the molecular mechanisms of n-butanol tolerance in Escherichia coli
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Visualizing forest landscapes using public data sources
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Visualizing fuzzy points in parallel coordinates
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Visualizing G Protein-coupled Receptors in Action through Confocal Microscopy Techniques
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Visualizing Gene Expression: an Unfolding Story
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Visualizing Genetic Influences on Human Brain Functions
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Visualizing GroEL/ES in the Act of Encapsulating a Folding Protein
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Visualizing group decisions in the analytic hierarchy process
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Visualizing Group II Intron Catalysis through the Stages of Splicing
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Visualizing high-rise building construction strategies using linear scheduling and 4D CAD
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Visualizing HIV-1 Assembly Review Article
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Visualizing immune responses in vivo
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Visualizing Individual Sodium Channels on the Move
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Visualizing Internet Routing Changes
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Visualizing Internet Search Results with Adaptive Self- Organizing Maps
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Visualizing Internet Search Results with Adaptive Self- Organizing Maps
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Visualizing intramolecular vibrational redistribution: expectation values of resonance operators
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Visualizing iron in multiple sclerosis
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Visualizing isostatic pressing of ceramic powders using finite element analysis
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Visualizing Large-Scale Uncertainty in Astrophysical Data
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Visualizing latent fingerprints by electrodeposition of metal nanoparticles
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Visualizing linguistic and cultural differences using Web co-link data
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Visualizing lone pairs in compounds containing heavier congeners of the carbon and nitrogen group elements
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Visualizing main effects and interaction in multiple non-symmetric correspondence analysis
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Visualizing market segmentation using self-organizing maps and Fuzzy Delphi method – ADSL market of a telecommunication company
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Visualizing Memory Phenotype Development afterin VitroStimulation of CD4+T Cells
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Visualizing metal-ion-binding sites in group I introns by iron(II)-mediated Fenton reactions Original Research Article
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Visualizing microscopic structure of simulated model basalt melt
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Visualizing mineral binding and uptake of bisphosphonate by osteoclasts and non-resorbing cells
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Visualizing moisture release and migration in gypsum plaster board during and beyond dehydration by neutron radiography
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Visualizing network data
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Visualizing Neuromodulation In Vivo: TANGO-Mapping of Dopamine Signaling Reveals Appetite Control of Sugar Sensing
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Visualizing nonlinear vector field topology
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Visualizing Objects with Mirrors
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Visualizing patent statistics by means of social network analysis tools Original Research Article
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Visualizing Phase Relations of the Vocal Folds by Means of High-Speed Videoendoscopy
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Visualizing photovoltaic nanostructures with high-resolution analytical electron microscopy reveals material phases in bulk heterojunctions
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Visualizing polysemy using LSA and the predication algorithm
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Visualizing preferences on spheres for group decisions based on multiplicative preference relations
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Visualizing processes on the web
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Visualizing PU.1 activity during hematopoiesis
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Visualizing Raman and Raman optical activity generation in polyatomic molecules Original Research Article
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Visualizing recognition memory
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Visualizing regulatory interdependencies and parameter sensitivities in biochemical network models Original Research Article
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Visualizing RNA Extrusion and DNA Wrapping in Transcription Elongation Complexes of Bacterial and Eukaryotic RNA Polymerases
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Visualizing safety assessment by integrating the use of game technology
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Visualizing scientific paradigms: An introduction
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Visualizing search results and document collections using topic maps
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Visualizing Side Chains of Invisible Protein Conformers by Solution NMR
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Visualizing Simulated Construction Operations in 3D
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Visualizing soil compaction based on flow pattern analysis
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VISUALIZING SOUND RADIATION FROM A VEHICLE FRONT END USING THE HELS METHOD
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Visualizing spatial and temporal heterogeneity of single molecule rotational diffusion in a glassy polymer by defocused wide-field imaging
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Visualizing spatial data uncertainty using animation
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Visualizing Spatiotemporal Dynamics of Multicellular Cell-Cycle Progression
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Visualizing specific nuclear proteins in eukaryotic cells using soft X-ray microscopy
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Visualizing specific nuclear proteins in eukaryotic cells using soft X-ray microscopy
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Visualizing sphere-contacting areas on automobile parts for ECE inspection
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Visualizing Stars and Emission Nebulas
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Visualizing strain and the Rf–Φ method with an interactive computer program
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Visualizing structural geology: From Excel to Google Earth
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Visualizing subject access for 21st century information resources : edited by Pauline Atherton Cochrane and Eric H. Johnson. Champaign, IL: Graduate School of Library and Information Science, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 1998. 176p. $30.00
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Visualizing Subject Access for 21st Century Information Resources: Papers Presented at the 1997 Clinic on Library Applications of Data Processing, March 2–4, 1997, Graduate School of Library and Information Science, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champa
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Visualizing surface active hydrocolloids by atomic force microscopy
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Visualizing Television Archives
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Visualizing the Assembly of Human Rad51 Filaments on Double-stranded DNA
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Visualizing the ATLAS Inner Detector with Atlantis
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Visualizing the ATLAS Inner Detector with Atlantis
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Visualizing the complex dynamics of families of polynomials with symmetric critical points
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Visualizing the Coronaries in Patients Presenting With Heart Failure of Unknown Etiology
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Visualizing the dipolar field in solution NMR and MR imaging: three-dimensional structure simulations
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Visualizing the Disassembly of S. cerevisiae Rad51 Nucleoprotein Filaments
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Visualizing the dynamics of two-dimensional foams with FoamVis
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Visualizing the emergent structure of children’s mathematical argument
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Visualizing the expanding flow of gas from helium-jet and ion-guide nozzles
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Visualizing the expanding flow of gas from helium-jet and ion-guide nozzles
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Visualizing the ground motions of the 1906 San Francisco earthquake
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Visualizing the growth of Alzheimerʹs Aβ amyloid-like fibrils
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Visualizing the Histone Code on LSD1
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Visualizing the history of evidence-based medicine: A bibliometric analysis
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Visualizing the History of Living Spaces
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Visualizing the House from the Brick
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Visualizing the immune response to pathogens
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Visualizing the intellectual structure in urban studies: A journal co-citation analysis (1992-2002)
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Visualizing the interaction between sodium caseinate and calcium alginate microgel particles
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Visualizing the log-periodic pattern before crashes
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Visualizing the marrow of science
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Visualizing the Molecular Interactions of a Nucleotide Analog, GS-9148, with HIV-1 Reverse Transcriptase–DNA Complex
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Visualizing the Research Hotspots and Emerging Trends in Neural Tube Defects: A Review
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Visualizing the research on pervasive and ubiquitous computing
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Visualizing the RNA Molecule in the Bacterially Expressed Vesicular Stomatitis Virus Nucleoprotein-RNA Complex
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Visualizing the runtime behavior of embedded network systems: A toolkit for TinyOS
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Visualizing the Scientific World and Its Evolution
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Visualizing the Self: Exploring the Potential Benefits and Drawbacks for New Product Evaluation
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Visualizing the Structural Changes of Bacteriophage Epsilon15 and Its Salmonella Host during Infection
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Visualizing the structure of Web communities based on data acquired from a search engine
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Visualizing three-dimensional root networks using computed tomography
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Visualizing time-varying correlations across stock markets
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Visualizing time-varying power system harmonics using a Morlet wavelet transform approach
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Visualizing time-varying volume data
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Visualizing uncertainty in multi-spectral remotely sensed imagery
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Visualizing unstructured flow data using dual stream functions
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Visualizing Vandermondeʹs determinant through nonintersecting lattice paths
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Visualizing Vulnerability: Toward a New Cardiac Score
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Visualizing Whole-Brain DTI Tractography with GPU-based Tuboids and LoD Management
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VisualLISA: A Visual Environment to Develop Attribute Grammars
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Visually assessing the level of development and soil surface stability of cyanobacterially dominated biological soil crusts
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Visually based path-planning by Japanese monkeys
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Visually building Smale flows in S3
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Visually defining and querying consistent multi-granular clinical temporal abstractions
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Visually discernible myocardial echocardiographic contrast after intravenous injection of sonicated dextrose albumin microbubbles containing high molecular weight, less soluble gases
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Visually enhanced CCTV digital surveillance utilizing Intranet and Internet
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Visually estimated left ventricular ejection fraction by echocardiography is closely correlated with formal quantitative methods
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Visually evoked blood flow responses and interaction with dynamic cerebral autoregulation: Correction for blood pressure variation
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Visually guided collision avoidance and collision achievement
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Visually guided landing of an unmanned aerial vehicle
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Visually guided object grasping
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Visually guided ranging from observations of points, lines and curves via an identifier based nonlinear observer
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Visually guided reaching
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Visually Impaired Childrenʹs Acceptances on Assistive Courseware
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Visually imperceptible image hiding scheme based on vector quantization
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Visually improved image compression by combining a conventional wavelet-codec with texture modeling
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Visually induced epilepsy explained
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Visually induced postural sway in anxiety disorders
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Visually interactive semi-automated 3D segmentation of cine cardiac magnetic resonance images
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Visually observed mold and moldy odor versus quantitatively measured microbial exposure in homes Original Research Article
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Visually timed action: time-out for ‘tau’?
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Visually weighted reconstruction of compressive sensing MRI
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Visual-motor assessment in school-aged children: Should we be using a more multi-dimensional approach?
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Visual-object ability: A new dimension of non-verbal intelligence
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Visual–olfactory hallucinatory synesthesia: The Charles Bonnet Syndrome with olfactory hallucinations
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Visual-perceptual abilities in healthy controls, depressed patients, and schizophrenia patients
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Visual–perceptual impairment in children with periventricular leukomalacia
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Visual-Proprioceptive intermodal perception in infancy
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Visual-quality impacts of forest pest activity at the landscape level: A synthesis of published knowledge and research needs
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Visual–spatial ability and fMRI cortical activation in surgery residents
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Visual-spatial learning and memory in schizotypal personality disorder: Continued evidence for the importance of working memory in the schizophrenia spectrum
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Visuoconstructional Drawing Ability in the Differential Diagnosis of Neurologic Compromise Versus Depression
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Visuoconstructional impairment in dementia
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Visuoconstructive deficit following infarction in the right Basal Ganglia: A case report and some experimental data
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Visuomotor Adaptation to Optical Prisms: A New Cure for Spatial Neglect?
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Visuomotor binding in older adults
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Visuomotor channels: Their integration in goal-directed prehension
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Visuomotor contribution to force variability in the plantarflexor and dorsiflexor muscles
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Visuomotor control when reaching toward and grasping moving targets
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Visuomotor performance in a patient with visual agnosia due to an early lesion
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Visuomotor Processing in Unilateral Neglect
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Visuoperceptual and visuomotor deficits in developmental stutterers: An exploratory study
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Visuo-spatial ability and fMRI cortical activation in surgery residents
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Visuospatial ability in frontotemporal degeneration
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Visuospatial and Numerical Cognitive Deficits in Children with Chromosome 22Q11.2 Deletion Syndrome
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Visuospatial asymmetry and non-spatial attention in subacute stroke patients with and without neglect
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Visuospatial attention in myopia
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Visuospatial deficits and hemispheric perfusion asymmetries in posterior cortical atrophy
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Visuospatial Deficits Due to Impaired Visual Attention: Investigation of Two Cases of Slowly Progressive Visuospatial Impairment
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Visuospatial imagery is a fruitful strategy for the digit span backward task: a study with near-infrared optical tomography
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Visuospatial learning: Ruff light trail learning test
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Visuospatial perspective taking in a dynamic environment: Perceiving moving objects from a first-person-perspective induces a disposition to act
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Visuospatial priming of the mental number line
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Visuo-spatial processing and dimensions of schizotypy: figure-ground segregation as a function of psychotic-like features
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Visuospatial processing and the right-hemisphere interpreter
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Visuo-spatial processing in congenitally blind people: is there a gender-related preference?
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Visuospatial processing in early Alzheimer’s disease: A multimodal neuroimaging study
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Visuospatial working memory in patients with schizophrenia
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Visuo-verbal interactions in working memory: Evidence from event-related potentials
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Visyllable Based Speech Animation
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Vital connections
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Vital considerations for the use of vital statistics in obstetrical research
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Vital dust: Life as a cosmic imperative: by Christian de Duve. Basic Books, 1995, 362 pages. $25.00 hardcover (ISBN 0-465-09044-3)
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Vital Exhaustion as a Risk Factor for Adverse Cardiac Events (from the Atherosclerosis Risk In Communities [ARIC] Study)
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Vital exhaustion in chronic heart failure: Symptom profiles and clinical outcome
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Vital exhaustion increases the risk of ischemic stroke in women but not in men: Results from the Copenhagen City Heart Study
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Vital Importance of Delineation of Coronary Artery Anatomy in Atypical Congenital Giant Right Atrial Aneurysm
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Vital pathways for hospital librarians: present and future roles
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Vital Pulp Therapy
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Vital Pulp Therapy of a Mature Molar with Concurrent Hyperplastic Pulpitis, Internal Root Resorption and Periradicular Periodontitis: A Case Report
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Vital Pulp Therapy of a Symptomatic Immature Permanent Molar with Long-Term Success
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Vital Pulp Therapy of an Immature Traumatized Permanent Tooth with External Inflammatory Root Resorption, a Case Report
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Vital Pulp Therapy with Calcium-Silicate Cements: Report of Two Cases
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Vital Pulp Therapy with Three Different Pulpotomy Agents in Immature Molars: A Case Report
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Vital pulp therapy with two different calcium-silicate cements: two cases report
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Vital rate sensitivity analysis as a tool for assessing management actions for the desert tortoise
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Vital roles of hydroxyl groups and gold oxidation states in Au/ZrO2 catalysts for 1,3-butadiene hydrogenation
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Vital Signs Changes in Post-Operative Corrective Surgery for Cyanotic and Noncyanotic Congenital Heart Diseases
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Vital signs fail to correlate with hemoperitoneum from ruptured ectopic pregnancy
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Vital signs in hospital patients: a systematic review
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Vital soil, function, values and properties
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Vital statistics: Experimental Design for the Life Sciences by G.D. Ruxton and N. Colegrave. Oxford University Press, 2003. £14.99 pbk (132 pages) ISBN 0 19 925232 7. Modern Statistics for the Life Sciences by A. Grafen and R. Hails. Oxford University Pre
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VITAL STATUS AFTER FIVE-YEAR FOLLOW-UP OF NONAGENARIANS WITH FUNCTIONAL AND/OR COGNITIVE IMPAIRMENT AT BASELINE: THE NONASANTFELIU STUDY
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Vital status ascertainment through the files of the Department of Veterans Affairs and the Social Security Administration
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Vital Tooth Whitening
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Vital warmth and well-being: steambathing as household therapy among the Tzeltal and Tzotzil Maya of highland Chiapas, Mexico
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Vitali’s and Harnack’s type results for vector-valued functions
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Vitalistic causality in young childrenʹs naive biology
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Vitality enhancement of the rehydrated active dry wine yeast
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VITALITY OF LANGUAGE AND CULTURE IN MALAYSIAN WEDDING CARDS: A MULTIETHNIC PERSPECTIVE
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Vitality of plaice embryos (Pleuronectes platessa) at moderate UV-B exposure
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Vitali-type theorems for filter convergence related to vector lattice-valued modulars and applications to stochastic processes
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Vitallium radial head prosthesis for acute and chronic elbow fractures and fracture-dislocations involving the radial head
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Vital-sign abnormalities as predictors of pneumonia in adults with acute cough illness
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Vitamin (B1, B2, B3 and B6) content and oxidative stability of Gastrocnemius muscle from dry-cured hams elaborated with different nitrifying salt contents and by two ageing times
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Vitamin A
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Vitamin a & birth defects
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Vitamin A and birth defects
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Vitamin A and birth defects
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Vitamin A and cancer
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Vitamin A and Carotenoids. Chemistry, Analysis, Function and Effects, V.R. Preedy (Editor), RSC Publishing, Cambridge, United Kingdom (2012). pp. 583.
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Vitamin A and contaminant concentrations in surf scoters (Melanitta perspicillata) wintering on the Pacific coast of British Columbia, Canada
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Vitamin A and its impact on human medicine
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Vitamin A and measles vaccination
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Vitamin A and measles vaccination
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Vitamin A and β-carotene influence the level of benzo[a]pyrene-induced DNA adducts and DNA-repair activities in hamster tracheal epithelium in organ culture
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Vitamin A and β-carotene inhibitory effect during 1,2-dimethylhydrazine induced hepatocarcinogenesis potentiated by 5-azacytidine
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Vitamin A content (retinol and retinyl esters) in livers of different animals
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Vitamin A deficiency alters rat lung alveolar basement membrane Reversibility by retinoic acid
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Vitamin A deficiency alters splenic dendritic cell subsets and increases CD8+Gr-1+ memory T lymphocytes in C57BL/6J mice
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Vitamin A deficiency and genital viral burden in women infected with HIV-1
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Vitamin A deficiency causes oxidative damage to liver mitochondria in rats
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Vitamin A deficiency disturbs collagen IV and laminin composition and decreases matrix metalloproteinase concentrations in rat lung. Partial reversibility by retinoic acid
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Vitamin A deficiency does not influence longitudinal growth in mice
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Vitamin A deficiency in the South Pacific
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Vitamin A deficiency reduces uptake of β-carotene by brush border membrane vesicles but does not alter intestinal retinyl ester hydrolase activity in the rat
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Vitamin A deficiency, child health, and survival
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Vitamin A deficiency, iron deficiency, and anemia among preschool children in the Republic of the Marshall Islands,
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Vitamin A homeostasis and diabetes mellitus
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VITAMIN ʹAʹ IN CANCER
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Vitamin A Inhibits Cytokines Produced by Type 1 Lymphocytesin Vitro
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Vitamin A Inhibits Doxorubicin-Induced Membrane Lipid Peroxidation in Rat Tissues in Vivo
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Vitamin A intake and xerophthalmia among Indian children
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Vitamin A Palmitate–β-cyclodextrin inclusion complexes: Characterization, protection and emulsification properties
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Vitamin A plus measles vaccination: the downside of convenience?
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Vitamin A regulation of gene expression: molecular mechanism of a prototype gene
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Vitamin A regulation of stearoyl-CoA desaturase mRNA levels and fatty acid composition in sheep tissues
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Vitamin A status and dark green leafy vegetables
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Vitamin A status in relation to electroretinographic and electrooculographic findings in HIV infection
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Vitamin A supplementation
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Vitamin A supplementation and HIV-1 mother-to-child transmission in Africa
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Vitamin A supplementation and HIV-1 mother-to-child transmission in Africa
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Vitamin A supplementation and HIV-1 mother-to-child transmission in Africa
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VITAMIN A SUPPLEMENTATION AND OTHER PREDICTORS OF ANEMIA AMONG CHILDREN FROM DAR ES SALAAM, TANZANIA
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Vitamin A supplementation during pregnancy in developed countries
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Vitamin A supplementation during war-emergency in Guinea-Bissau 1998–1999
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Vitamin A supplementation of young infants
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Vitamin A toxicity in burns patients on long-term enteral feed
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Vitamin A toxicity secondary to excessive intake of yellow-green vegetables, liver and laver
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Vitamin A-guided siRNAs targeting a collagen chaperone can reverse experimental cirrhosis
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Vitamin and heart disease
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Vitamin and homocysteine status of mothers and infants and the risk of nonsyndromic orofacial clefts
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Vitamin and Micronutrient Intake and the Risk of Community-Acquired Pneumonia in US Women
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Vitamin and mineral content of value cuts from beef steers fed distillerʹs grains
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Vitamin and mineral content of value cuts from beef steers fed distillerʹs grains
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Vitamin and mineral status: effects on physical performance,
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Vitamin and mineral supplement use by healthy teenagers in Korea: motivating factors and dietary consequences
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Vitamin and mineral supplement users. Do they have healthy or unhealthy dietary behaviours?
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Vitamin and Mineral Supplements: Do We Really Need Them?
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Vitamin and mineral supplements—effect on cancer risk
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Vitamin and thyroid status in arctic grayling (Thymallus arcticus) exposed to doses of 3,3′,4,4′-tetrachlorobiphenyl that induce the phase I enzyme system
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Vitamin B12 < 300 pg/mL in Children and Especially Adolescents May Predispose Forgetfulness, Anxiety, and Unhappiness
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Vitamin B1 and B6 substitution in pregnancy for leg cramps
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Vitamin B1 ion-selective microelectrode based on a liquid-liquid interface at the tip of a micropipette
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Vitamin B1 profile of the Egyptian core foods and adequacy of intake
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Vitamin B1 profile of the Egyptian core foods and adequacy of intake
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Vitamin B12 and folate levels and lithium administration in patients with affective disorders
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Vitamin B12 and folate serum levels in newly admitted psychiatric patients
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Vitamin B12 and Folate Status in Patients with Epilepsy Under Levetiracetam Monotherapy
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Vitamin B12 and folic acid levels as therapeutic target in preserving bone mineral density (BMD) of older men
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Vitamin B12 and hepatic enzyme serum levels correlate with interleukin-6 in alcohol-dependent individuals without liver disease
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Vitamin B12 and α-ribonucleosides
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Vitamin B12 Catalyzed Radical Cyclizations of Arylalkenes
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Vitamin B12 content in raw and cooked beef
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Vitamin B12 deficiency
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Vitamin B12 deficiency
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Vitamin B12 Deficiency and Multiple Sclerosis; Is there Any Association?
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Vitamin B12 deficiency and nitrous oxide
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VITAMIN B12 DEFICIENCY IN AFRICAN AMERICAN AND WHITE OCTOGENARIANS AND CENTENARIANS IN GEORGIA
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VITAMIN B12 DEFICIENCY IN AUSTRALIAN RESIDENTIAL AGED CARE FACILITIES
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Vitamin B12 deficiency in infancy as a cause of developmental regression
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Vitamin B12 deficiency is associated with geographical latitude and solar radiation in the older population
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Vitamin B12 deficiency—need for a new guideline
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Vitamin B12 in Vegetarian Diets
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Vitamin B12 malabsorption in patients with limited ileal resection
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Vitamin B12 production from crude glycerol by Propionibacterium freudenreichii ssp. shermanii: Optimization of medium composition through statistical experimental designs
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Vitamin B12 Stalls the 80 S Ribosomal Complex on the Hepatitis C Internal Ribosome Entry Site
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Vitamin B12 supplementation did not improve cognition but reduced delirium in demented patients with vitamin B12 deficiency
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VITAMIN B-12 SUPPLEMENTATION IMPROVES ARTERIAL FUNCTION IN VEGETARIANS WITH SUBNORMAL VITAMIN B-12 STATUS
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Vitamin B12 supplementation in end stage renal diseases: a systematic review
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Vitamin B12, folate, homocysteine and dementia: are they really related?
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Vitamin B12, folic acid, and the nervous system
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Vitamin B12: Insights into Biosynthesisʹs Mount Improbable
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Vitamin B12b enhances the cytotoxicity of dithiothreitol
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Vitamin B12-mediated electrochemical cyclopropanation of styrene
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Vitamin B2: A promising adjuvant in cisplatin based chemoradiotherapy by cellular redox management
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VITAMIN B6 & TREATMENT OF INFANTILE SPASMS: A COMPARISON WITH STANDARD STEROID THERAPY
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Vitamin B6 cofactor derived chemosensor for the selective colorimetric detection of acetate anions
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Vitamin B-6 Content of Spices
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Vitamin B-6 Content of Spices
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Vitamin B6 deficiency alters tissue iron concentrations in the Wistar rat
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Vitamin B-6 deficiency in growing rats constitutes in vivo model of cellular calcium store depletion
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Vitamin B6 intake by Koreans should be based on sufficient amount and a variety of food sources
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Vitamin B6Deficiency Accelerates Metabolic Turnover of Cystathionase in Rat Liver
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Vitamin B6-mediated suppression of colon tumorigenesis, cell proliferation, and angiogenesis (review)
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Vitamin c and aloe vera supplementation protects from chemical hepatocarcinogenesis in the rat
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Vitamin C and carotenoids in organic and conventional fruits grown in Brazil
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Vitamin C and Chitosan Alleviate Toxic Effects of Paraquat on Some Biochemical Parameters in Hepatocytes of Common Carp
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Vitamin C and E supplementation in women at high risk for preeclampsia: A double-blind, placebo-controlled trial
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Vitamin C and E supplementation in women at risk of preeclampsia is associated with changes in indices of oxidative stress and placental function
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Vitamin C and E supplements improve the impaired antioxidant status and decrease plasma lipid peroxides in hemodialysis patients☆
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Vitamin C and flavonoid levels of fruits and vegetables consumed in Hawaii
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Vitamin C and flavonoid levels of fruits and vegetables consumed in Hawaii
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Vitamin C and lifespan in model organisms
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Vitamin C and Other Compounds in Vitamin C Rich Food in Relation to Risk of Tuberculosis in Male Smokers
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Vitamin C and Other Compounds in Vitamin C Rich Food in Relation to Risk of Tuberculosis in Male Smokers
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Vitamin C and risk of coronary heart disease in women
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Vitamin C and vitamin E in pregnant women at risk for pre-eclampsia (VIP trial): randomised placebo-controlled trial
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Vitamin C and vitamin E in pregnant women at risk of pre-eclampsia
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Vitamin C and vitamin E in pregnant women at risk of pre-eclampsia
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Vitamin C and vitamin E in pregnant women at risk of pre-eclampsia
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Vitamin C and vitamin E in pregnant women at risk of pre-eclampsia
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Vitamin C and Vitamin E Protected B95-8 and Balb/c-3T3 Cells from Apoptosis Induced by Intermittent 50Hz ELF-EMF Radiation
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Vitamin C and vitamin E restore the resistance of GSH-depleted lens cells to H2O2
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Vitamin C and Vitamin E Supplement Use and Bladder Cancer Mortality in a Large Cohort of US Men and Women
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Vitamin C and β-carotene in diets for pigs at weaning
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Vitamin C as a green and efficient catalyst in synthesis of quinoxaline derivatives at room temperature
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Vitamin C attenuates abnormal vasomotor reactivity in spasm coronary arteries in patients with coronary spastic angin
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Vitamin C attenuates the cytotoxic effects of Porphyromonas gingivalis on human gingival fibroblasts
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Vitamin C blocks vascular dysfunction and release of interleukin-6 induced by endothelin-1 in humans in vivo
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Vitamin C Can Alter Lead-Induced Passive Avoidance Learning Impairment in Rats
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Vitamin C content and sensorial properties of dehydrated carrots blanched conventionally or by ultrasound
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Vitamin C Content in Fruits and Berries Consumed in Finland
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Vitamin C deficiency and heart disease
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Vitamin C deficiency in Asian women
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Vitamin C deficiency in elderly hospitalized patients
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Vitamin C depletion linked to inflammation in peripheral artery disease
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Vitamin C derivatives as new coreactants for tris(2,2′-bipyridine)ruthenium(II) electrochemiluminescence Original Research Article
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Vitamin C enhances bacterial cellulose production in Gluconacetobacter xylinus
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Vitamin C fails to protect amino acids and lipids from oxidation during acute inflammation
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Vitamin C for the Prevention of Postoperative Atrial Fibrillation after Cardiac Surgery: A Meta-Analysis
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Vitamin C homeostasis in skeletal muscle cells
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Vitamin C Improves Endothelium-Dependent Vasodilation in Patients With Insulin-Dependent Diabetes Mellitus
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Vitamin C in frozen, fresh squeezed, unpasteurized, polyethylene-bottled orange juice: a storage study
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Vitamin C in Inuit Traditional Food and Womenʹs Diets
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Vitamin C in Inuit Traditional Food and Womenʹs Diets
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Vitamin C induces apoptosis in AGS cells by down-regulation of 14–3-3σ via a mitochondrial dependent pathway
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Vitamin C inhibits diethylmaleate-induced L-cystine transport in human vascular smooth muscle cells
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Vitamin c inhibits hypoxia-induced damage and apoptotic signaling pathways in cardiomyocytes and ischemic hearts
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Vitamin C inhibits platelet expression of CD40 ligand
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Vitamin C Intake and Apolipoproteins in a Healthy Elderly Japanese Population
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Vitamin C Intake and Cardiovascular Disease Risk Factors in Persons with Non-Insulin-Dependent Diabetes Mellitus,
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Vitamin C intake and susceptibility to the common cold
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Vitamin C intake and the risk of preterm delivery
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Vitamin C intake attenuates the degree of experimental atherosclerosis induced by periodontitis in the rat by decreasing oxidative stress
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Vitamin C intake inhibits serum lipid peroxidation and osteoclast differentiation on alveolar bone in rats fed on a high-cholesterol diet
372
Vitamin C is linked to death from stroke in the elderly
373
Vitamin C modulation of H2O2-induced damage and iron homeostasis in human cells
374
Vitamin C pharmacokinetics of plain and slow release formulations in smokers
375
Vitamin C potentiate sedative effect of magnesium oxide nanoparticles on anxiety and nociception in the postpartum depression model
376
Vitamin C preserves the cardio-protective paraoxonase activity of high-density lipoprotein during oxidant stress
377
Vitamin C prevents cigarette smoke induced oxidative damage of proteins and increased proteolysis
378
Vitamin C prevents cigarette smoke–induced oxidative damage in vivo
379
Vitamin C prevents endothelial dysfunction induced by acute exercise in patients with intermittent claudication
380
Vitamin C prevents hyperbaric oxygen-induced growth retardation and lipid peroxidation and attenuates the oxidation-induced up-regulation of glutathione in guinea pigs
381
Vitamin C prevents the acute atherogenic effects of passive smoking
382
Vitamin C prophylaxis promotes oxidative lipid damage during surgical ischemia–reperfusion
383
Vitamin C protects against ionizing radiation damage to goblet cells of the ileum in rats
384
Vitamin C protects low-density lipoprotein from homocysteine-mediated oxidation
385
Vitamin C recycling and function in human monocytic U-937 cells
386
Vitamin C redox reactions in blood of normal and malaria-infected mice studied with isoascorbate as a nonisotopic marker
387
Vitamin C restores early coronary impairments in smokers
388
Vitamin C restores the contractile response to dobutamine and improves myocardial efficiency in patients with heart failure after anterior myocardial infarction
389
VITAMIN C STATUS IN ALLERGIC CHILDREN
390
Vitamin C stimulates or attenuates reactive oxygen and nitrogen species (ROS, RNS) production depending on cell state: Quantitative amperometric measurements of oxidative bursts at PLB-985 and RAW 264.7 cells at the single cell level
391
Vitamin C supplementation and common cold symptoms: Problems with inaccurate reviews
392
Vitamin C supplementation prevents testosterone-induced hyperplasia of rat prostate by down-regulating HIF-1α
393
Vitamin C supplements and cataracts
394
Vitamin C, diclophenac, and -arginine protect endothelium-dependent vasodilation against elevated circulating fatty acid levels in humans
395
Vitamin C, respiratory infections and the immune system
396
Vitamin C, vitamin A, phenolic compounds and total antioxidant capacity of new fruit juice and skim milk mixture beverages marketed in Spain
397
Vitamin C, vitamin E and immune response
398
Vitamin C, vitamin E and immune response: Reply
399
Vitamin C: An immunomodulator that attenuates anaphylactic reactions to soybean glycinin hypersensitivity in a swine model
400
Vitamin C: What do we know and how much do we need?
401
Vitamin caution
402
Vitamin C-deficiency stimulates osteoclastogenesis with an increase in RANK expression
403
Vitamin C-treated murine bone marrow-derived dendritic cells preferentially drive naïve T cells into Th1 cells by increased IL-12 secretions
404
Vitamin D
405
Vitamin D
406
Vitamin D 25-hydroxylase – Four decades of searching, are we there yet?
407
Vitamin D analogs modulate the action of gonadal steroids in human vascular cells in vitro
408
Vitamin D analogue EB1089-induced prostate regression is associated with increased gene expression of insulin-like growth factor binding proteins
409
Vitamin D analysis in plasma by high performance liquid chromatography (HPLC) with C30 reversed phase column and UV detection – Easy and acetonitrile-free
410
Vitamin D and 25-hydroxyvitamin D determination in meats by LC–IT-MS
411
Vitamin D and aging: old concepts and new insights
412
Vitamin D and Athletic Performance: The Potential Role of Muscle
413
Vitamin D and Autoimmune Rheumatologic Disorders
414
Vitamin D and Bone Minerals Status in the Long‑term Survivors of Childhood Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia
415
Vitamin D and breast cancer: Emerging concepts
416
Vitamin D and calcium intake in relation to risk of endometrial cancer: A systematic review of the literature
417
Vitamin D and cancer
418
Vitamin D and Cardiovascular Disease: Time for Large Randomized Trials
419
Vitamin D and Cardiovascular Disease: Will It Live Up to its Hype?
420
Vitamin D and click chemistry. Part 1: A stereoselective route to vitamin D analogues with triazole rings in their side chains
421
Vitamin D and diabetes mellitus
422
Vitamin D and fractures: quo vadis?
423
Vitamin D and Hypertension
424
Vitamin D and ibandronate prevent cancellous bone loss associated with binge alcohol treatment in male rats
425
Vitamin D and Its Role in Ulcerative Colitis
426
Vitamin D and mitochondrial malate dehydrogenase: Molecular mechanisms of modulation in the intestine
427
Vitamin D and multiple sclerosis.
428
Vitamin D and musculoskeletal health, cardiovascular disease, autoimmunity and cancer: Recommendations for clinical practice
429
Vitamin D and Obesity: Which One Is Affected by the Other?
430
Vitamin D and osteoporosis-related fracture
431
Vitamin D and respiratory disorder
432
Vitamin D and sepsis
433
Vitamin D and the immune system: Beyond rickets
434
Vitamin D and the kidney
435
Vitamin D Binding Protein as screening biomarker candidate for late-onset preeclampsia without intrauterine growth restriction during 16 week of gestation.
436
Vitamin D binding protein, bone status and body composition in community-dwelling elderly men
437
Vitamin D compounds and diabetic nephropathy
438
Vitamin D compounds as potential therapeutics for estrogen-independent breast cancer
439
Vitamin D Deficiency among Female Nurses of Children’s Medical Center Hospital and Its Related Factors
440
Vitamin D deficiency among postmenopausal women with low trauma acute hip fracture compared to those with fractures due to high energy trauma
441
Vitamin D Deficiency and Allergic Rhinitis in Children: A Narrative Review
442
Vitamin D deficiency and coronary artery disease
443
Vitamin D Deficiency and Depression: A Short Review Article
444
Vitamin D Deficiency and Injury Risk During Basic Military Training in the Maltese Armed Forces
445
Vitamin D Deficiency and its Relation with Cancer in Children
446
Vitamin D Deficiency and Myocardial Dysfunction
447
Vitamin D Deficiency and Oral Mucositis in Hematopoietic Stem Cell Transplantation: A Cross-Sectional Observation
448
Vitamin D deficiency and secondary hyperparathyroidism and the association with bone mineral density in persons with Pakistani and Norwegian background living in Oslo, Norway: The Oslo Health Study
449
VITAMIN D DEFICIENCY an‎d SECONDARY HYPERPARATHYROIDISM IN PEDIATRICS OBESITY
450
Vitamin D Deficiency and Stroke: Time to Act!
451
Vitamin D Deficiency and Supplementation and Relation to Cardiovascular Health
452
Vitamin D Deficiency and Toxoplasma Infection
453
Vitamin D deficiency and tuberculosis
454
Vitamin D deficiency and tuberculosis
455
Vitamin D deficiency and tuberculosis
456
Vitamin D deficiency and tuberculosis
457
Vitamin D deficiency as a risk factor for osteoporotic fractures
458
Vitamin D deficiency diminishes the severity and delays onset of experimental autoimmune encephalomyelitis
459
Vitamin D Deficiency in 7 - 11 Year Old Children in Eastern Iran
460
Vitamin D Deficiency in Chronic Idiopathic Urticaria
461
Vitamin D Deficiency in Healthy Male Population: Results of the Iranian Multi- Center Osteoporosis Study
462
Vitamin D Deficiency in High and Low Risk Populations for Esophageal Cancer in Northern Iran
463
Vitamin D deficiency in patients with intestinal malabsorption
464
Vitamin D deficiency in systemic lupus erythematosus Pages 114-117
465
Vitamin D deficiency is associated with the metabolic syndrome in morbid obesity
466
Vitamin D Deficiency is Associated with the Metabolic Syndrome in Subjects with Type 2 Diabetes
467
Vitamin D deficiency is common in muslim women living in a Sydney urban community.
468
Vitamin D deficiency is common in young children in Boston: Vitamin D3 in orange juice was an effective treatment
469
Vitamin D deficiency is endemic in Middle Eastern sportsmen
470
vitamin D deficiency is endemic in Middle Eastern sportsmen paediatric population
471
Vitamin D Deficiency May Be a Modifiable Risk Factor in Women With Endometriosis
472
Vitamin D Deficiency Predicts the ST Elevation Type of Myocardial Infarction in Patients with Acute Coronary Syndrome
473
Vitamin D Deficiency Suppresses Cell-Mediated Immunity in Vivo
474
Vitamin D deficiency, poor bone health and the risk of CVD in Caucasian and South Asian women: analysis from the D-FINES study
475
Vitamin D Deficiency, Prevention and Treatment
476
Vitamin D Deficiency: An Important, Common, and Easily Treatable Cardiovascular Risk Factor? Review Article
477
Vitamin D depletion impairs hypertension resolution after Roux-en-Y gastric bypass
478
Vitamin D derivatives induce apoptosis in breast cancer cells
479
Vitamin D heterocyclic analogues. Part 1: A stereoselective route to CD systems with pyrazole rings in their side chains
480
Vitamin D Improves Learning and Memory Impairment in Streptozotocin-Induced Diabetic Mice
481
Vitamin D in Cardiovascular Disease
482
Vitamin D in preventive medicine: are we ignoring the evidence?
483
Vitamin D in rheumatoid arthritis
484
Vitamin D in Standard HCV Regimen (PEG-Interferon Plus Ribavirin), Its Effect on the Early Virologic Response Rate: A Clinical Trial
485
Vitamin D induces 25-hydroxyvitamin D3-24-hydroxylase (CYP24) in kidney and osteoblast cells through two VDRES in the promoter.
486
Vitamin D inhibits Fas ligand-induced apoptosis in human osteoblasts by regulating components of both the mitochondrial and Fas-related pathways
487
Vitamin D inhibits the expression of interleukin-8 in human periodontal ligament cells stimulated with Porphyromonas gingivalis
488
Vitamin D inhibits the expression of interleukin-8 in human periodontal ligament cells stimulated with Porphyromonas gingivalis
489
Vitamin D insufficiency among free-living healthy young adults
490
Vitamin D insufficiency increases bone turnover markers and enhances bone loss at the hip in patients with established vertebral osteoporosis
491
Vitamin D insufficiency reduces the protective effect of bisphosphonate on ovariectomy-induced bone loss in rats
492
Vitamin D insufficiency underlies unexpected hypocalcemia following high dose glucocorticoid therapy
493
Vitamin D Intake and its Protective Role in Multiple Sclerosis: The Checkmate to Survivin?
494
Vitamin D intake, serum Vitamin D levels, and risk of gastric cancer: A systematic review and meta-analysis
495
Vitamin D Intoxication with Hypercalcemia Due to Overuse of Supplement
496
Vitamin d is related to blood pressure and other cardiovascular risk factors in middle-aged men
497
Vitamin D Level and Vitamin D Receptor Gene Polymorphisms in Iranian Azeri Turkish Patients With Autoimmune Thyroid Diseases
498
Vitamin D Level, Thyroid Function, and Maternal Depression in Late Pregnancy
499
Vitamin D levels (25OHD): Do they have any effect on muscle mass (MM) and bone mineral content (BMC) in patients with chronic renal failure (CRF) undergoing haemodialysis (HD)
500
Vitamin D Levels After Kidney Transplantation and the Risk of Cytomegalovirus Infection
501
Vitamin D Levels in Children with Adenotonsillar Hypertrophy and Otitis Media with Effusion
502
Vitamin D Levels in Children With Otitis Media With Effusion: A Case-Control Study
503
Vitamin D levels in fish and shellfish determined by liquid chromatography with ultraviolet detection and mass spectrometry
504
Vitamin D levels in fish and shellfish determined by liquid chromatography with ultraviolet detection and mass spectrometry
505
Vitamin D levels in healthy men in eastern Saudi Arabia
506
Vitamin D levels on patients with Fibromyalgia
507
Vitamin D metabolism in CACO-2 cells: expression of 25-hydroxyvitamin D3-1α-hydroxylase hyd induction of side chain metabolism
508
Vitamin D metabolism in CACO-2 cells: expression of 25-hydroxyvitamin D3-1α-hydroxylase hyd induction of side chain metabolism
509
Vitamin D metabolites in bovine milk and butter
510
Vitamin D metabolites in bovine milk and butter
511
Vitamin D Modulates the Expression of IL-27 and IL-33 in the Central Nervous System in Experimental Autoimmune Encephalomyelitis
512
Vitamin D poisoning by table sugar
513
Vitamin D polymorphism (PM) and parathyroid function in chronic kidney insufficiency (CKI) under hemodyalisis (HD)
514
Vitamin D receptor (BsmI) genotypes influence inflammatory and oxidative stress responses to altered vitamin D intake in subjects with Type 2 diabetes: A randomized controlled trial
515
Vitamin D Receptor (VDR) Polymorphisms and Late-Onset Alz-heimer’s Disease: An Association Study
516
Vitamin D receptor activity and prevention of colonic hyperproliferation and oxidative stress
517
Vitamin D receptor agonist/histone deacetylase inhibitor molecular hybrids Original Research Article
518
Vitamin D Receptor Alleles Do Not Predict Bone Mineral Density or Bone Loss in Danish Perimenopausal Women
519
Vitamin D receptor alleles, bone mineral density and osteoporotic fracture: studies in a UK population
520
Vitamin D receptor deficiency affects dentin maturation in mice
521
Vitamin D receptor expression by the lung micro-environment is required for maximal induction of lung inflammation
522
Vitamin D receptor gene allelic variants, bone density, and bone turnover in community-dwelling men
523
Vitamin D receptor gene BsmI and TaqI polymorphisms and fracture risk: A meta-analysis
524
Vitamin D receptor gene polymorphism affects bone mineral density: An analysis by fuzzy mathematics
525
Vitamin D Receptor Gene Polymorphism and Bone Mineral Density in Iranian Menopausal and Postmenopausal Women
526
Vitamin D Receptor Gene Polymorphism and Vitamin D Plasma Concentration: Correlation with Susceptibility to Tuberculosis
527
Vitamin D receptor gene polymorphism(s) and breast cancer risk in north Indians
528
Vitamin D receptor gene polymorphisms and cardio-metabolic profile in women with hypovitaminosis D
529
Vitamin D Receptor Gene Polymorphisms and Environment Influencing the Impact on Survival in Hemodialysis Patients
530
Vitamin D Receptor Gene Polymorphisms and Peak Bone Mass In Southern Chinese Women
531
Vitamin D receptor gene polymorphisms and susceptibility to type 1 diabetes in Crete, Greece
532
Vitamin D Receptor Gene Polymorphisms and Type 2 Diabetes: A Meta-analysis
533
Vitamin D receptor genotypes and bone mineral density
534
Vitamin D receptor haplotypes affect lead levels during pregnancy Original Research Article
535
Vitamin D Receptor Interacts with DnaK/Heat Shock Protein 70: Identification of DnaK Interaction Site on Vitamin D Receptor
536
Vitamin D receptor is required for dietary calcium-induced repression of calbindin-D9k expression in mice
537
Vitamin D receptor polymorphism and colorectal cancer-specific and all-cause mortality
538
Vitamin D receptor polymorphism, bone mineral density, and osteoporotic vertebral fracture: Studies in a UK population
539
Vitamin D receptor polymorphisms and risk of epithelial ovarian cancer
540
Vitamin D receptor TaqI and ApaI polymorphisms: A comparative study in patients with Behçet’s disease and Rheumatoid arthritis in Tunisian population
541
Vitamin D Receptor TaqI Gene Variant in Exon 9 and Polycystic Ovary Syndrome Risk
542
Vitamin D receptor variants and the malignant melanoma risk: A population-based study
543
Vitamin D receptor-mediated suppression of RelB in antigen presenting cells: A paradigm for ligand-augmented negative transcriptional regulation
544
Vitamin D requirements during pregnancy: a new day
545
Vitamin D resistance
546
Vitamin D resistance
547
Vitamin D restores tibial and vertebral cancellous bone loss associated with binge alcohol exposure
548
Vitamin D safety and requirements
549
Vitamin D sensitizes breast cancer cells to the action of H2O2: Mitochondria as a convergence point in the death pathway
550
Vitamin D serum level and chronic obstructive lung disease
551
Vitamin D serum level in vitiligo patients: a case-control study from Iran
552
Vitamin D side chain triazole analogs via cycloaddition `clickʹ chemistry
553
Vitamin D status among pulmonary tuberculosis patients and controls in Tanzania
554
Vitamin D status and attitudes towards sun exposure in South Asian women living in Auckland, New Zealand
555
Vitamin D status and bone mass in UK South Asian women
556
Vitamin D status and bone mineral density (BMD) in a sub-set of participants from the Trinity Ulster Department of Agriculture Study (TUDA)
557
Vitamin D status and distribution in patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease versus healthy controls
558
Vitamin D status and its associated factors of free living Malay adults in a tropical country, Malaysia
559
Vitamin D Status and Its Relation to Inflammatory Markers in Patients with Mild to Moderate Ulcerative Colitis
560
Vitamin D Status in Children with Nephrotic Syndrome
561
Vitamin D status in postmenopausal women living at higher latitudes in the UK in relation to bone health, overweight, sunlight exposure and dietary vitamin D
562
Vitamin D Status in Preeclamptic and Non-preeclamptic Pregnant Women: A Case-Control Study in the North West of Iran
563
Vitamin D Status in Pregnant Women and Their Newborns in Karaj: A Cross-Sectional Study in Iran
564
Vitamin D status in psoriasis patients during different treatments with phototherapy
565
Vitamin D StatuS in Relation to PoStuRal Stability in the elDeRly
566
Vitamin D Status Is Associated With Arterial Stiffness and Vascular Dysfunction in Healthy Humans
567
Vitamin D Status of Tehran Taxi Drivers: How Efficient Is the Occupational Exposure to Sun? A Case-control Study
568
Vitamin D status, body composition and physical activity in healthy young men
569
Vitamin D status, bone mass, and bone metabolism in home-dwelling postmenopausal Japanese women: Yokogoshi Study
570
Vitamin D stores of urban women in Taipei: Effect on bone density and bone turnover, and seasonal variation
571
Vitamin D suficiency in paget disease patients
572
Vitamin D Supplementation and High-Density Lipoprotein Cholesterol: A Study in Healthy School Children
573
Vitamin D Supplementation and Risk of Hypercalciuria in Stone Formers
574
Vitamin D supplementation in pregnancy
575
Vitamin D Supplementation in Tunisian Pregnant Women: Needs More Evidence?
576
Vitamin D supplementation in young children: associations with Theory of Planned Behaviour variables, descriptive norms, moral norms and habits
577
Vitamin D supplementation Versus combineD calcium anD Vitamin D in olDer female patients - an obserVational stuDy
578
Vitamin D supplementation, 25-hydroxyvitamin D concentrations, and safety
579
Vitamin D suppresses cellular pathways of diabetes complication in liver
580
Vitamin D Utilization May Improve Military Performance: A Mini-Review
581
Vitamin D, Depression and Coping Self-Efficacy in Young Women: Longitudinal Study
582
Vitamin D, ecologic studies and endometrial cancer
583
Vitamin D, glucose, insulin, and insulin sensitivity
584
Vitamin D, light and mental health
585
Vitamin D, multiple sclerosis and inflammatory bowel disease
586
Vitamin D, Outdoor Happiness, and the Meaning of Deficiency
587
Vitamin D, parathyroid hormone, and calcium: a complex regulatory network
588
Vitamin D, Parathyroid Hormone, and Cardiovascular Events Among Older Adults
589
Vitamin D, the gut microbiome and inflammatory bowel disease
590
Vitamin D, the placenta and pregnancy
591
Vitamin D, thyroid hormones and muscle mass influence natural killer (NK) innate immunity in healthy nonagenarians and centenarians
592
Vitamin D: a concise synthesis of the C19 hydroxylated enyne A-ring, an interesting precursor for the preparation of C19 substituted vitamin D analogues
593
Vitamin D: A D-lightful hormone for bone health and prevention of deadly diseases
594
Vitamin D: drug of the future. A new therapeutic approach
595
Vitamin D: Shining A Light on Clinical and Sex Specifi c Effects in Multiple Sclerosis?
596
Vitamin D: The alternative hypothesis
597
VITAMIN D: WHAT IS THE OPTIMAL LEVEL IN CHILDREN?
598
Vitamin D2 modulates melittin–membrane interactions
599
Vitamin D2v. vitamin D3supplementation in raising 25OHD status:preliminary findings of a meta-analysis
600
Vitamin D3 Administration to Patients with Confirmed COVID-19
601
Vitamin D3 analogues
602
Vitamin D3 and 25-hydroxyvitamin D3 in raw and cooked pork cuts
603
Vitamin D3 and 25-hydroxyvitamin D3 in raw and cooked pork cuts
604
Vitamin D3 and androgen receptors in testis and epididymal region of roosters (Gallus domesticus) as affected by epididymal lithiasis
605
Vitamin D3 and chemotherapy-induced alopecia
606
Vitamin D3 and Its Synthetic Analogs Inhibit the Spontaneous in Vitro Immunoglobulin Production by SLE-Derived PBMC
607
Vitamin D3 and Its Synthetic Analogs Inhibit the Spontaneous in Vitro Immunoglobulin Production by SLE-Derived PBMC
608
Vitamin D3 attenuates oxidative stress and cognitive deficits in a model of toxic demyelination
609
Vitamin D3 Concentration Correlates with the Severity of Multiple Sclerosis
610
Vitamin D3 deficiency enhances contact hypersensitivity in male but not in female mice
611
Vitamin D3 Induced Decrease in IL-17 and Malondialdehyde, and Increase in IL-10 and Total Antioxidant Capacity Levels in Patients with Irritable Bowel Syndrome
612
Vitamin D3 influence the Th1/Th2 ratio in C57BL/6 induced model of experimental autoimmune encephalomyelitis
613
Vitamin D3 receptor (VDR) expression in HC-11 mammary cells: regulation by growth-modulatory agents, differentiation, and Ha-ras transformation
614
Vitamin D3 receptor (VDR) expression in HC-11 mammary cells: regulation by growth-modulatory agents, differentiation, and Ha-ras transformation
615
Vitamin D3 reduces the apoptotic effect of IFN-γ but does not facilitate HLA class II inducibility in RB-defective cells
616
Vitamin D3 restores altered cholinergic and insulin receptor expression in the cerebral cortex and muscarinic M3 receptor expression in pancreatic islets of streptozotocin induced diabetic rats
617
Vitamin D3 treatment of tumor bearers can stimulate immune competence and reduce tumor growth when treatment coincides with a heightened presence of natural suppressor cells
618
Vitamin D3: synthesis of seco C-9,11,21-trisnor-17-methyl-1α, 25-dihydroxyvitamin D3 analogues
619
Vitamin D3: synthesis of seco-C-9,11-bisnor-17-methyl-1α,25-dihydroxyvitamin D3 analogues
620
Vitamin D3-Binding Protein as a Precursor for Macrophage Activating Factor in the Inflammation-Primed Macrophage Activation Cascade in Rats
621
Vitamin D3-Loaded Nanostructured Lipid Carriers as a Potential Approach for Fortifying Food Beverages; in Vitro and in Vivo Evaluation
622
Vitamin D-binding protein gene polymorphism association with IA-2 autoantibodies in type 1 diabetes
623
Vitamin D-Dependent Rickets Type II: Report of a Novel Mutation in the Vitamin D Receptor Gene
624
Vitamin D-dependent seasonal variation of PTH in growing male adolescents
625
Vitamin De_ciency in Golestan Province, Northern Iran: A High-risk Area for Esophageal Cancer
626
Vitamin deficiencies in chronic kidney disease
627
Vitamin Deficiency and HIV Infection, A Retrospective Study Looking at Possible Causal Factors in the Hispanic Population with HI
628
VITAMIN D-RELATED CHANGES IN PHYSICAL PERFORMANCE: A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW
629
Vitamin E
630
Vitamin E
631
Vitamin E (alpha-Tocopherol) Does Not Inhibit Platelet Stimulation by Oxidized Low Density Lipoprotein In Vitro
632
Vitamin E (Trolox) addition to Tris-egg yolk extender preserves ram spermatozoon structure and kinematics after cryopreservation
633
Vitamin E administration improves impairment of endothelium-dependent vasodilation in patients with coronary spastic angin
634
Vitamin E Ameliorates the Renal Injury of Dahl Salt-Sensitive Rats
635
Vitamin E analog modulates UVB-induced signaling pathway activation and enhances cell survival
636
Vitamin E and Beta Carotene Composition in Four Different Vegetable Oils
637
Vitamin E and C supplementation prevents decrease of eicosapentaenoic acid in mononuclear cells in chronic hepatitis C patients during combination therapy of interferon α-2b and ribavirin
638
Vitamin E and comparative wildlife nutrition
639
Vitamin E and coronary heart disease
640
Vitamin E and depressive symptoms are not related. The Rotterdam Study
641
Vitamin E and heart disease
642
Vitamin E and heart disease: a case study
643
Vitamin E and heart disease:: Basic science to clinical intervention trials
644
Vitamin E and human health: Rationale for determining recommended intake levels
645
Vitamin E and immune function
646
Vitamin E and Omega-3, 6 and 9 Combinations Versus Vitamin E in the Treatment of Mastodynia
647
Vitamin E and Oxidative Stress in the Heart of the Cardiomyopathic Syrian Hamster
648
Vitamin E and ω-3 fatty acids: effectors of platelet responsiveness
649
Vitamin E as Adjuvant Treatment for Urinary Tract Infection in Girls with Acute Pyelonephritis
650
Vitamin E attenuates homocysteine and cholesterol induced damage in rat aorta
651
Vitamin E bioaccessibility: Influence of carrier oil type on digestion and release of emulsified α-tocopherol acetate
652
Vitamin E bioavailability in humans
653
Vitamin E biopotency: Comparison of various ‘natural-derived’ and chemically synthesized α-tocopherols
654
Vitamin E blocks the cytotoxic effect of γ-linolenic acid when administered as late as the time of onset of cell death—insight into the mechanism of fatty acid induced cytotoxicity
655
Vitamin E Consumption Induced by Oxidative Stress in Red Blood Cells Is Enhanced by Melatonin and Reduced by N-Acetylserotonin
656
Vitamin E content of foods: Comparison of results obtained from food composition tables and HPLC analysis
657
Vitamin E co-treatment reduces Aroclor 1254-induced impairment of reproductive neuroendocrine function in Atlantic croaker
658
Vitamin E decreases endogenous cholesterol synthesis and apo-AI-mediated cholesterol secretion in Caco-2 cells
659
Vitamin E deficiency accelerates nitrate tolerance via a decrease in cardiac P450 expression and increased oxidative stress
660
Vitamin E deficiency impairs the somatostatinergic receptor–effector system and leads to phosphotyrosine phosphatase overactivation and cell death in the rat hippocampus
661
Vitamin E deficiency induced neurological disease in common variable immunodeficiency: two cases and a review of the literature of vitamin E deficiency
662
Vitamin E deficiency reduces surfactant lipid biosynthesis in alveolar type II cells
663
Vitamin E delivery to human skin: studies using deuterated α-tocopherol measured by APCI LC-MS
664
Vitamin E Derivative Alpha-Tocotrienol Failed to Show Neuroprotective Effects after Embolic Stroke in Rats
665
Vitamin E differentially regulates the expression of peroxiredoxin-1 and -6 in alveolar type II cells
666
Vitamin E does not prevent bone loss and induced anxiety in rats with ligature-induced periodontitis
667
Vitamin E does not prevent bone loss and induced anxiety in rats with ligature-induced periodontitis
668
Vitamin E down-modulates iNOS and NADPH oxidase in c-Myc/TGF-α transgenic mouse model of liver cancer
669
Vitamin E Effects on Intestinal Damages in Burned Rats
670
Vitamin E enhances Ca2+-mediated vulnerability of immature cerebellar granule cells to ischemia
671
Vitamin E for Coronary Heart Disease: What is at Stake?
672
Vitamin E forms inhibit IL-13/STAT6-induced eotaxin-3 secretion by up-regulation of PAR4, an endogenous inhibitor of atypical PKC in human lung epithelial cells
673
Vitamin E improved bone strength and bone minerals in male rats given alcohol
674
Vitamin E improves arterial compliance in middle-aged men and women
675
Vitamin E improves bone quality in the aged but not in young adult male mice
676
Vitamin E Improves Morphology and Absorptive Surface of Small Intestine in Broiler Chickens Reared at High Altitude
677
Vitamin E in children with asthma: A review
678
Vitamin E in the Treatment of Uveiti-Aociated Macular Edema
679
Vitamin E increases natural cytotoxic activity in seabream (Sparus aurata L.)
680
Vitamin E ingestion does not improve arterial endothelial dysfunction in older adults Original Research Article
681
Vitamin E inhibits CD36 scavenger receptor expression in hypercholesterolemic rabbits
682
Vitamin E inhibits the intimal response to balloon catheter injury in the carotid artery of the cholesterol-fed rat Original Research Article
683
Vitamin E Is Essential for Mouse Placentation but Not for Embryonic Development Itself
684
Vitamin E Is Essential for Seed Longevity and for Preventing Lipid Peroxidation during Germination
685
Vitamin e kinetics and the function of tocopherol regulatory proteins
686
Vitamin E kinetics in smokers and nonsmokers
687
Vitamin E levels in human atherosclerotic plaque: the influence of risk factors
688
Vitamin E levels, cognitive impairment and dementia in older persons: the InCHIANTI study
689
Vitamin E levels, thiobarbituric acid test and sensory evaluation of breast muscles from broilers fed (alpha)-tocopheryl acetate- and (beta)-carotenesupplemented diets
690
Vitamin E may reduce prostate-cancer incidence
691
Vitamin E may reduce thrombosis
692
Vitamin E modulates reproductive toxicity of pyrethroid lambda-cyhalothrin in male rabbits
693
Vitamin E modulates the expression of Th2 cytokines on porcine PBMC
694
Vitamin E modulates the expression of Th2 cytokines on porcine PBMC
695
Vitamin E modulates the expression of Th2 cytokines on porcine PBMC
696
Vitamin E modulates the expression of Th2 cytokines on porcine PBMC
697
Vitamin E modulates the expression of Th2 cytokines on porcine PBMC
698
Vitamin E modulates the expression of Th2 cytokines on porcine PBMC
699
Vitamin E modulation of C-reactive protein in smokers with acute coronary syndromes
700
Vitamin E Protects against Photoinhibition and Photooxidative Stress in Arabidopsis thaliana
701
Vitamin E protects developing rat hippocampus and cerebellum against ethanol-induced oxidative stress and apoptosis
702
Vitamin E protects human skeletal muscle from damage during surgical ischemia-reperfusion
703
Vitamin E protects rat testis, eye and erythrocyte from oxidative stress during exposure to radiofrequency wave generated by a BTS antenna model
704
Vitamin E protects Wistar rats from chlorpyrifos-induced increase in erythrocyte osmotic fragility
705
Vitamin E Reduces Superficial Bladder Cancer Recurrence: A Randomized Controlled Trial
706
Vitamin E regulates mitochondrial hydrogen peroxide generation
707
Vitamin E requirements of juvenile grass shrimp, Penaeus monodon, and effects on non-specific immune responses
708
Vitamin E restores impaired acetyicholine-mediated vasodilatation secondary to environmental tobacco smoke
709
Vitamin E restriction in the diet enhances phagocytic activation by dichloroacetate and trichloroacetate in mice
710
Vitamin E reverses multidrug resistance in vitro and in vivo
711
Vitamin E serum levels and gastric cancer: results from a cohort of patients in Tuscany, Italy
712
Vitamin E Slows the Rate of Free Radical-Mediated Lipid Peroxidation in Cells
713
Vitamin E status and metabolism in adult and aged aryl hydrocarbon receptor null mice
714
Vitamin E succinate in combination with mda-7 results in enhanced human ovarian tumor cell killing through modulation of extrinsic and intrinsic apoptotic pathways
715
VITAMIN E SUPPLEMENT BLOCKS THE RESPONSE OF HDL TO LOVASTATIN THERAPY IN HYPERCHOLESTEROLEMIC PATIENTS
716
Vitamin E supplementation
717
Vitamin E supplementation
718
Vitamin E supplementation
719
Vitamin E supplementation
720
Vitamin E supplementation
721
Vitamin E supplementation for the ruminant
722
Vitamin E Supplementation for Treatment of Statin Induced Hepatocellular Damage: A Randomized, Double-Blind, Placebo-Controlled Trial
723
Vitamin E supplementation improves endothelial function in type I diabetes mellitus: a randomized, placebo-controlled study
724
Vitamin E supplementation in elderly lowers the oxidation rate of linoleic acid in LDL
725
Vitamin E supplementation in the mitigation of carbon tetrachloride induced oxidative stress in rats
726
Vitamin E supplementation increases polyunsaturated fatty acids of RBC membrane in HCV-infected patients
727
Vitamin E supplementation increases the expression of the CCR5 coreceptor in HIV-1 infected subjects
728
Vitamin E supplementation increases the resistance of both LDL and HDL to oxidation and increases cholesteryl ester transfer activity
729
Vitamin E Supplementation Reduces Oxidative Stress in the Male Wistar Rats’ Brain Against Polyvinyl Chloride Products
730
Vitamin E supplementation suppresses macrophage accumulation and endothelial cell expression of adhesion molecules in the aorta of hypercholesterolemic rabbits
731
Vitamin E Supplementation, Lung Functions and Clinical Manifestations in Children with Moderate Asthma: A Randomized Double Blind Placebo- Controlled Trial
732
Vitamin E suppresses telomerase activity in ovarian cancer cells
733
Vitamin E therapy prevents the accumulation of congophilic amyloid plaques and neurofibrillary tangles in the hippocampus in a rat model of Alzheimer’s disease
734
Vitamin E, antioxidant and nothing more
735
Vitamin E, Lipids, and Lipid Peroxidation Products in Tardive Dyskinesia
736
Vitamin E, nuclear receptors and xenobiotic metabolism
737
Vitamin E, pulmonary functions, and phagocyte-mediated oxidative stress in smokers and nonsmokers
738
Vitamin E-coated dialyzer reduces oxidative stress in hemodialysis patients
739
Vitamin E-Coated Polysulfone Membrane- Based Hemodiafiltration Attenuates Inflammation in a Rat Model of Lipopolysaccharide-Induced Systemic Inflammation
740
Vitamin E-sparing and vitamin E-independent antioxidative effects of the flavonol quercetin in growing pigs
741
Vitamin E-supplementation protect chromium (VI)-induced spermatogenic and steroidogenic disorders in testicular tissues of rats
742
Vitamin intake: A possible determinant of plasma homocyst(e)ine among middle-aged adults
743
Vitamin K
744
Vitamin K analogue as a new fluorescence probe for quantitative antioxidant assay
745
Vitamin K and bone health
746
Vitamin K and oral anticoagulation: thought for food
747
Vitamin K content of fast foods and snack foods in the US diet
748
Vitamin K content of fast foods and snack foods in the US diet
749
Vitamin K for warfarin-associated coagulopathy
750
Vitamin K in anticoagulation therapy
751
Vitamin K in anticoagulation therapy
752
Vitamin K in anticoagulation therapy
753
Vitamin K in anticoagulation therapy
754
Vitamin K intake and hip fractures in women: a prospective study
755
Vitamin K intake and osteocalcin levels in women with and without aortic atherosclerosis: a population-based study Original Research Article
756
Vitamin K prophylaxis in high-dose chemotherapy
757
Vitamin K status of older individuals in northern China is superior to that of older individuals in the UK
758
Vitamin K supplementation does not affect ovariectomy-induced bone loss in rats
759
Vitamin K supplementation in patients on continuous ambulatory peritoneal dialysis
760
Vitamin K supplementation in patients on continuous ambulatory peritoneal dialysis
761
Vitamin K suppresses the lipopolysaccharide-induced expression of inflammatory cytokines in cultured macrophage-like cells via the inhibition of the activation of nuclear factor κB through the repression of IKKα/β phosphorylation
762
Vitamin K1 improves survival in bile-duct-ligated rats with cirrhosis
763
Vitamin K2 (menatetrenone) inhibits bone loss induced by prednisolone partly through enhancement of bone formation in rats
764
Vitamin K2 and serum cholesterol in patients on continuous ambulatory peritoneal dialysis
765
Vitamin K2 in different bovine muscles and breeds
766
Vitamin K2 inhibits adipogenesis, osteoclastogenesis, and ODF/RANK ligand expression in murine bone marrow cell cultures
767
Vitamin K2 suppresses malignancy of HuH7 hepatoma cells via inhibition of connexin 43
768
Vitamin K3 and K5 are inhibitors of tumor pyruvate kinase M2
769
Vitamin K3 family members – Part II: Single crystal X-ray structures, temperature-induced packing polymorphism, magneto-structural correlations and probable anti-oncogenic candidature
770
Vitamin K3 Preferentially Inhibits Stimulation of Phospholipase D-Mediated Hydrolysis of Phosphatidylethanolamine by Protein Kinase C Activators in NIH 3T3 Fibroblasts
771
Vitamin levels and clinical status in cystic fibrosis
772
Vitamin levels and clinical status in cystic fibrosis
773
Vitamin levels and clinical status in cystic fibrosis
774
Vitamin link to Alzheimerʹs
775
Vitamin losses: Retention during heat treatment and continual changes expressed by mathematical models
776
Vitamin losses: Retention during heat treatment and continual changes expressed by mathematical models
777
Vitamin production in transgenic plants
778
Vitamin retention in extruded food products
779
Vitamin retention in extruded food products
780
VITAMIN STATUS IN ELDERLY PEOPLE IN RELATION TO THE USE OF NUTRITIONAL SUPPLEMENTS
781
Vitamin Supplement Use and Fatal Non-Hodgkins Lymphoma among US Men and Women
782
Vitamin Supplement Use and the Risk of Non-Hodgkins Lymphoma among Women and Men
783
Vitamin supplementation can markedly reduce the homocysteine elevation induced by fenofibrate
784
Vitamin supplementation does not protect against symptoms in ozone-responsive subjects
785
Vitamin supplements and death rates in the elderly
786
Vitamin trials and cancer
787
Vitamin/mineral supplements and cerebrovascular disease
788
Vitamin-D-receptor-gene polymorphism and bone loss
789
Vitamin-D-receptor-gene polymorphisms and change in lumbar-spine bone mineral density
790
Vitamine E, beta carotene and lung cancers in smokers.
791
VITAMIN-J/COVA/EFF-3 cross-section covariance matrix library and its use to analyse benchmark experiments in sinbad database
792
Vitamins A and E content in infant milk-based powdered formulae after opening the packet
793
Vitamins A and E Deficiencies among Pregnant Women Attending Antenatal Care at General Hospital Dawakin Kudu, North‑West Nigeria
794
Vitamins A, B, C, D, E, F, trace elements and heavy metals: unapproved uses or indications
795
Vitamins A, D, and E in Canadian Arctic traditional food and adult diets
796
Vitamins A, D, and E in Canadian Arctic traditional food and adult diets
797
Vitamins A, E and fatty acid composition ofthe eggs of caged hens and pastured hens
798
Vitamins alter oxidation product excretion
799
Vitamins and additives in the food of man and animals
800
Vitamins and Aging: Pathways to NAD+ Synthesis
801
Vitamins and cancer
802
Vitamins and further additives in man and animal
803
Vitamins and immunomodulation in AIDS
804
Vitamins and progression of atherosclerosis in hyper-homocyst(e)inaemia
805
Vitamins and related compounds: Will increased intake provide greater protection against oxidative damage?
806
Vitamins and trace elements: Practical aspects of supplementation
807
Vitamins associated with lower colon-cancer risk
808
Vitamins B in grain and cereal–grain food, soy-products and seeds
809
Vitamins B1 and B2 contents in cultivated mushrooms
810
Vitamins C and E attenuate apoptosis, β-adrenergic receptor desensitization, and sarcoplasmic reticular Ca2+ ATPase downregulation after myocardial infarction
811
Vitamins C and E downregulate vascular VEGF and VEGFR-2 expression in apolipoprotein-E-deficient mice
812
Vitamins C and E interact in juvenile Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar, L.)
813
Vitamins C and E protect isolated cardiomyocytes against oxidative damage
814
Vitamins C and E reduce vascular PAI-1 expression after angioplasty in a model of porcine hypercholesterolemia
815
Vitamins C and E: Missing links in preventing preterm premature rupture of membranes?
816
Vitamins C, E and A and Heme Oxygenase in Rats Fed Methyl/Folate-Deficient Diets
817
Vitamins C, E and lipid peroxidation levels in sperm and seminal plasma of asthenoteratozoospermic and normozoospermic men
818
Vitamins E, C and lipid peroxidation in plasma and arterial tissue of smokers and non-smokers Original Research Article
819
Vitamins in plants: occurrence, biosynthesis and antioxidant function
820
Vitamins in plants: occurrence, biosynthesis and antioxidant function
821
Vitamins reduce risk of vision loss from macular degeneration
822
Vitamins to prevent cancer: supplementary problems
823
Vitamins, Are They Safe?
824
Vitamins, phytochemicals, diets, and their implementation in cancer chemoprevention
825
Vitamins, phytochemicals, diets, and their implementation in cancer chemoprevention
826
Vitellin cleavage products are proteolytically degraded by ubiquitination in stick insect embryos
827
Vitellin of Pteromalus puparum (Hymenoptera: Pteromalidae), a pupal endoparasitoid of Pieris rapae (Lepidoptera: Pieridae): Biochemical characterization, temporal patterns of production and degradation
828
Vitellogenesis in diapausing and mutant Drosophila melanogaster: further evidence for the relative roles of ecdysteroids and juvenile hormones
829
Vitellogenesis in flatfish liver with toxipathic lesions
830
Vitellogenesis in Oncopeltus fasciatus: PLC/IP3, DAG/PK-C pathway triggered by CaM
831
Vitellogenesis in the hematophagous Dipetalogaster maxima (Hemiptera: Reduviidae), a vector of Chagas’ disease
832
Vitellogenesis in the Sand Shrimp, Metapenaeus ensis: The Contribution from the Hepatopancreas-Specific Vitellogenin Gene (MeVg2)
833
Vitellogenesis inhibition in Oncopeltus fasciatus females (Heteroptera: Lygaeidae) exposed to cadmium
834
Vitellogenic ovarian follicles of Drosophila exhibit a charge-dependent distribution of endogenous soluble proteins
835
Vitellogenin and Lipovitellin from the prawn Macrobrachium borellii as hydrocarbon pollution biomarker
836
Vitellogenin and zona radiata proteins as biomarkers of endocrine disruption in peregrine falcon (Falco peregrinus) Original Research Article
837
Vitellogenin as biomarker for estrogenicity in flounder Platichthys flesus in the field and exposed to 17α-ethinylestradiol via food and water in the laboratory
838
Vitellogenin Gene Expression and Sex Steroid Levels as Biomarkers in Yellowfin Seabream (Acanthopagrus latus) Exposed to Bisphenol-A
839
Vitellogenin gene expression as a biomarker of endocrine disruption in the invertebrate, Mytilus edulis
840
Vitellogenin gene expression in males of the Antarctic fish Trematomus bernacchii from Terra Nova Bay (Ross Sea): A role for environmental cadmium? Original Research Article
841
Vitellogenin in carp (Cyprinus carpio) and perch (Perca fluviatilis): purification, characterization and development of an ELISA for the detection of estrogenic effects
842
Vitellogenin in the blood plasma of male cod (Gadus morhua): A sign of oestrogenic endocrine disruption in the open sea?
843
Vitellogenin in tilapia male fishes exposed to organochlorine pesticides in Ouémé River in Republic of Benin
844
Vitellogenin induction as a biomarker of exposure to estrogenic compounds in aquatic environments
845
Vitellogenin is a novel player in defense reactions
846
Vitellogenin is Glycosylated in the Fat Body of the Stick Insect Carausius morosus and Not Further Modified Upon Transfer to the Ovarian Follicle
847
Vitellogenin polypeptide levels in one susceptible and one cadmium-resistant strain of Oncopeltus fasciatus (Heteroptera: Lygaeidae), and its role in cadmium resistance
848
Vitellogenin-like gene expression in liver of male zebrafish (Danio rerio) by 1 μM 3-methylcholanthrene treatment: the possibility of a rapid and sensitive in vivo bioassay
849
Viterbi sequences and polytopes
850
Vitespen: a vaccine for renal cancer?
851
Vitex Agnus Castus Extract Improves Learning and Memory and Increases the Transcription of Estrogen Receptor α in Hippocampus of Ovariectomized Rats
852
Vitex negundo leaf extract mediated synthesis of ZnO nanoplates and its antibacterial and photocatalytic activities
853
Vitex rotundifolia fractions induce apoptosis in human breast cancer cell line, MCF7, via extrinsic and intrinsic pathways
854
Vitexin protects against myocardial ischemia/reperfusion injury in Langendorff-perfused rat hearts by attenuating inflammatory response and apoptosis
855
Vitexin, paprazine and terpenoids from Trema micrantha
856
Vitexin-2-O-xyloside, raphasatin and (−)-epigallocatechin-3-gallate synergistically affect cell growth and apoptosis of colon cancer cells
857
Vitexlactam A, a novel labdane diterpene lactam from the fruits of Vitex agnus-castus
858
Vitiated ethane oxidation in a high-pressure flow reactor
859
Viticultural practice and winemaking effects on metabolic profile of Negroamaro
860
Vitiligo
861
Vitiligo and Autoantibodies of Celiac Disease
862
Vitiligo and leukoderma in children
863
Vitiligo Associated with Esophageal Adenocarcinoma
864
Vitiligo in a Quarter Horse Filly: Clinicopathologic, Ultrastructural, and Nutritional Study
865
Vitiligo Treatment in Ancient Iranian Medicine
866
Vitiligo Treatment in Ancient Iranian Medicine
867
Vitiligo: A psychologically influenced and influencing disease
868
Vitiquinolone – A quinolone alkaloid from Hibiscus vitifolius Linn
869
Vitis Elegan as a Promising Antidiabetic Herb: Phytochemical and Pharmacological Assessment
870
Vitis Elegan as a Promising Antidiabetic Herb: Phytochemical and Pharmacological Assessment
871
Vitis vinifera secondary metabolism as affected by sulfate depletion: Diagnosis through phenylpropanoid pathway genes and metabolites
872
Vitreal Penetration of Oral and Topical Moxifloxacin in Human
873
Vitrectomy a a treatment for elevated intraocular preure following intravitreal injection of triamcinolone acetonide
874
Vitrectomy and internal limiting membrane peeling for myopic foveochii
875
Vitrectomy for a periting macular fold in a cae of reolved hypotony maculopathy
876
Vitrectomy for chronic peudophakic cytoid macular edema
877
Vitrectomy for chronic peudophakic cytoid macular edema Original Reearch Article
878
Vitrectomy for Diabetic Macular Edema
879
Vitrectomy for diabetic macular edema: the role of poterior vitreou detachment and epimacular membrane
880
Vitrectomy for diabetic macular edema; where are we?
881
Vitrectomy for diffue diabetic macular edema aociated with a taut premacular poterior hyaloid
882
Vitrectomy for large vitreou opacity in retiniti pigmentoa
883
Vitrectomy for Macular Hole Aociated With Myopic Foveochii
884
Vitrectomy for par planiti complicated by vitreou hemorrhage: Viual outcome and long-term follow-up
885
Vitrectomy for Peritent Diffue Diabetic Macular Edema
886
Vitrectomy for phacolytic glaucoma in a patient with homocytinuria
887
Vitrectomy in Patient With Decreaed Viual Acuity econdary to Ateroid Hyaloi
888
Vitrectomy in the Treatment of Uveiti
889
Vitrectomy reult in diabetic macula oedema without evident vitreomacular traction.
890
Vitrectomy urgery increae oxygen expoure to the len: A poible mechanim for nuclear cataract formation
891
Vitrectomy with internal limiting membrane peeling for macular retinochii and retinal detachment without macular hole in highly myopic eye
892
Vitrectomy with or without arteriovenou adventitial heathotomy for macular edema aociated with branch retinal vein occluion
893
Vitrectomy With or Without Arteriovenou Adventitial heathotomy for Macular Edema Aociated With Branch Retinal Vein Occluion
894
Vitreiti and Waldentröm’ macroglobulinemia
895
Vitreopapillary traction a a caue of elevated optic nerve head
896
Vitreoretinal morphology of plamin-treated human eye
897
Vitreoretinal traction maculopathy caued by retinal dieae
898
Vitreoretinal urgery for a ubretinal hydatid cyt
899
Vitreoretinal urgery with lit-lamp illumination combined with a wide-angle–viewing contact len
900
Vitreoscilla hemoglobin enhances ethanol production by Escherichia coli in a variety of growth media
901
Vitreoscilla hemoglobin enhances the first step in 2,4-dinitrotoluene degradation in vitro and at low aeration in vivo
902
Vitreoscilla hemoglobin expressing Enterobacter aerogenes and Pseudomonas aeruginosa respond differently to carbon catabolite and oxygen repression for production of l-asparaginase, an enzyme used in cancer therapy
903
Vitreou concentration of triamcinolone acetonide in human eye after intravitreal or ubtenon injection
904
Vitreou hemorrhage a the initial preentation of potoperative endophthalmiti
905
Vitreou hemorrhage after intravitreal tiue plaminogen activator (t-PA) and pneumatic diplacement of ubmacular hemorrhage
906
Vitreou hemorrhage from a ciliary granuloma aociated with Wegener granulomatoi
907
Vitreou hemorrhage in patient with high-rik retinopathy of prematurity
908
Vitreou Injection of Pegaptanib odium Triggering Allergic Reaction
909
Vitreou level of angiopoietin 2 and vacular endothelial growth factor in patient with proliferative diabetic retinopathy
910
Vitreou Level of Interleukin-8 in Patient With Proliferative Diabetic Retinopathy
911
Vitreou level of pigment epithelium-derived factor and vacular endothelial growth factor: implication for ocular angiogenei
912
Vitreou opacitie affect canning laer polarimetry meaurement
913
Vitreou opacitie and outcome of vitreou urgery in patient with familial amyloidotic polyneuropathy
914
Vitreou Penetration of Orally Adminitered Valacyclovir Original Reearch Article
915
Vitreou urgery in pigmented rabbit uing the new, noncontact wide-field viewing ytem
916
Vitreou wick yndrome—a potential caue of endophthalmiti after intravitreal injection of triamcinolone through the par plana
917
Vitreou wick yndrome—a potential caue of endophthalmiti after intravitreal injection of triamcinolone through the par plana: Author Reply
918
Vitreous carbon micro-lattice structures Original Research Article
919
Vitreous SiO2–CaO coatings on Ti6Al4V alloys: Reactivity in simulated body fluid versus osteoblast cell culture
920
Vitreous solid state electrolytes in the system of RNO3–Zn(NO3)2–KHSO4–P2O5
921
Vitreous tin oxide-based thin film electrodes for Li-ion micro-batteries
922
Vitrification affects the expression of matrix metalloproteinases and their tissue inhibitors of mouse ovarian tissue
923
Vitrification alters acH4K12 and acH4K16 levels in sheep oocytes at various developmental stages
924
Vitrification and crystallization in the system of K2O–B2O3–TiO2
925
Vitrification and devitrification phenomena in the ternary MgO–Al2O3–B2O3 system
926
Vitrification and dielectric relaxation during the isothermal curing of an epoxy–amine resin
927
Vitrification and Subsequent In Vitro Maturation of Mouse Preantral Follicles in Presence of Growth Factors
928
Vitrification and testing of a Hanford high-level waste sample. Part 1: Glass fabrication, and chemical and radiochemical analysis
929
Vitrification and testing of a Hanford high-level waste sample. Part 2: Phase identification and waste form leachability
930
Vitrification and transport properties in AgBr-doped chalcogenide systems
931
Vitrification as a prospect for cryopreservation of tissue-engineered constructs
932
Vitrification by Cryotop and the Maturation, Fertilization, and Developmental Rates of Mouse Oocytes
933
Vitrification has detrimental effects on maturation, viability, and subcellular quality of oocytes post IVM in cancerous women: An experimental study
934
Vitrification in the BaO–B2O3–Al2O3–TiO2 system containing small admixtures of PbO
935
Vitrification Increased Vacuolization of Human Spermatozoa: Application of MSOME Technology
936
Vitrification induced apoptosis in spermatozoa from fertile and subfertile men
937
Vitrification of a waste water flocculate from a petroleum catalyst manufacturer
938
Vitrification of borate waste from nuclear power plant using coal fly ash. (I) Glass formulation development
939
Vitrification of borate waste from nuclear power plant using coal fly ash. (II) Leaching behavior of the FA30 glass
940
VITRIFICATION OF BORATE WASTE GENERATED BY NUCLEAR POWER PLANTS
941
Vitrification of bottom ash from a municipal solid waste incinerator
942
Vitrification of electric arc furnace dusts
943
Vitrification of emulsified dilute aqueous sucrose solutions at high pressures
944
Vitrification of fly ash by swirling-flow furnace
945
Vitrification of gamma irradiated 60Co2+ zeolites
946
Vitrification of high chrome oxide nuclear waste in iron phosphate glasses
947
Vitrification of high-level liquid waste: glass chemistry, process chemistry and process technology
948
Vitrification of high-level liquid waste: glass chemistry, process chemistry and process technology Original Research Article
949
Vitrification of Human Germinal Vesicle Oocytes: before or after In Vitro Maturation?
950
Vitrification of human oocyte using cryoloop
951
Vitrification of illitic clay from Malaysia
952
Vitrification of immature equine oocytes using synthetic ice blockers: ultrastructural injuries and maturation rates
953
Vitrification of in vitro cultured rabbit morulae
954
Vitrification of in vitro cultured rabbit morulae
955
Vitrification of in vitro mature alpaca oocyte: Effect of ethylene glycol concentration and time of exposure in the equilibration and vitrification solutions
956
Vitrification of in vitro matured goat oocytes and the effect on in vitro fertilization
957
Vitrification of in vitro produced bovine blastocysts: methodological studies and developmental capacity
958
Vitrification of in vitro produced bovine embryos: in vitro and in vivo evaluations
959
Vitrification of industrial and natural wastes with production of glass fibres
960
Vitrification of K3M2P3O12 (M = B, Al, Bi) NASICON-type materials and electrical relaxation studies
961
Vitrification of lead-rich solid ashes from incineration of hazardous industrial wastes
962
Vitrification of liquid waste from nuclear power plants
963
Vitrification of mouse and human blastocysts using a novel cryoloop container-less technique
964
Vitrification of Mouse MII Oocyte Decreases the Mitochondrial DNA Copy Number, TFAM Gene Expression and Mitochondrial Enzyme Activity
965
Vitrification of Neat Semen Alters Sperm Parameters and DNA Integrity
966
VITRIFICATION OF POLYVINYL CHLORIDE WASTE FROM KOREAN NUCLEAR POWER PLANTS
967
Vitrification of pre-pubertal ovine cumulus–oocyte complexes: Effect of cytochalasin B pre-treatment
968
Vitrification of sulphate bearing high level wastes in borosilicate matrix
969
Vitrification of the oocytes and embryos of domestic animals
970
Vitrification of wastes and preparation of chemically stable sintered glass-ceramic products
971
Vitrification solution containing DMSO and EG can induce parthenogenetic activation of in vitro matured ovine oocytes and decrease sperm penetration
972
Vitrification, relaxation and free volume in glycerol–water binary liquid mixture: Spin probe ESR studies
973
Vitrification, warming, ICSI and transfer of equine oocytes matured in vivo
974
Vitrification, warming, ICSI and transfer of equine oocytes matured in vivo
975
Vitrified galvanic waste chemical stability
976
Vitrinite reflectance and molecular geochemistry of Jurassic sediments: the influence of heating by Tertiary dykes (northwest Scotland)
977
Vitriti a the primary manifetation of ocular yphili in patient with HIV infection Original Reearch Article
978
Vitronectin activity on polymer substrates with controlled –OH density
979
Vitronectin alters fibronectin organization at the cell–material interface
980
Vitronectin: A Poible Determinant of Adenoviru Type 19 Tropim for Human Corneal Epithelium
981
Vittae fluorescence as a tool to differentiate between poisonous and non-poisonous populations of giant fennel (Ferula communis) of the island Sardinia (Italy)
982
Viual acuity and corneal urface regularity after blinking
983
Viual acuity and quality of life outcome in patient with cataract in hunyi County, China Original Reearch Article
984
Viual acuity development after the implantation of unilateral intraocular lene in infant and young children
985
Viual Acuity Tetability in African-American and Hipanic Children: The Multi-Ethnic Pediatric Eye Dieae tudy Original Reearch Article
986
Viual Agnoia, 2nd edition
987
Viual and anatomic outcome aociated with poterior egment complication after ganciclovir implant procedure in patient with AID and cytomegaloviru retiniti Original Reearch Article
988
Viual Dyfunction After Panretinal Photocoagulation in Patient With evere Diabetic Retinopathy and Good Viion
989
Viual Dyfunction After Panretinal Photocoagulation in Patient With evere Diabetic Retinopathy and Good Viion
990
Viual Dyfunction After Panretinal Photocoagulation in Patient With evere Diabetic Retinopathy and Good Viion
991
Viual earch improvement in hemianopic patient after audio-viual timulation
992
Viual enation During Vitrectomy Under Retrobulbar Anetheia
993
Viual Experience During Different tage of LAIK: Zyoptix XP Microkeratome v Intralae Femtoecond Laer Original Reearch Article
994
Viual experience during phacoemulification under topical veru retrobulbar anetheia: Reult of a propective, randomized, controlled trial
995
Viual Experience During Vitreou urgery Under Regional Anetheia: A Multicenter tudy
996
Viual field attention i reduced by concomitant hand-free converation on a cellular telephone
997
Viual field change after cataract extraction: The AGI experience
998
Viual Field Defect After Macular Hole urgery With Indocyanine Green–aited Internal Limiting Membrane Peeling
999
Viual field defect after uneventful vitrectomy for epiretinal membrane with indocyanine green–aited internal limiting membrane peeling
1000
Viual field defect after vitrectomy with fluid–air exchange
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