Section 13

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McKim, K.S. 2005: When size does not matter: pairing sites during meiosis. Cell 123(6): 989-992
Hackert, M.L.; Riggs, A.F. 2006: When size matters. Structure 14(7): 1094-1096
Highwood, E.J.; Kinnersley, R.P. 2006: When smoke gets in our eyes: the multiple impacts of atmospheric black carbon on climate, air quality and health. Environment International 32(4): 560-566
Francis, N.; Rollnick, S.; McCambridge, J.; Butler, C.; Lane, C.; Hood, K. 2005: When smokers are resistant to change: experimental analysis of the effect of patient resistance on practitioner behaviour. Addiction 100(8): 1175-1182
Ullsperger, P.; Erdmann, U.; Freude, G.; Dehoff, W. 2006: When sound and picture do not fit: Mismatch negativity and sensory interaction. International Journal of Psychophysiology: Official Journal of the International Organization of Psychophysiology 59(1): 3-7
Rinaldi, M.C.; Pizzamiglio, L. 2006: When space merges into language. Neuropsychologia 44(4): 556-565
Melzer, W. 2006: When sparks get old. Journal of Cell Biology 174(5): 613-614
Dow, Julian, A.T. 2004: When spitting is a matter of life and death. Journal of Experimental Biology 207(25): VII
Goldman, J.S.; Miller, B.L.; Safar, J.; de Tourreil, S.; Martindale, J.L.; Prusiner, S.B.; Geschwind, M.D. 2004: When sporadic disease is not sporadic: the potential for genetic etiology. Archives of Neurology 61(2): 213-216
Sloss, C.M.; Harper, G.W. 2004: When street sex workers are mothers. Archives of Sexual Behavior 33(4): 329-341
Arthur, A.R. 2005: When stress is mental illness: A study of anxiety and depression in employees who use occupational stress counselling schemes. Stress and Health 21(4): 273-280
Thomas, M.L.; Payne-Makrisâ, C.M.; Suarez, A.V.; Tsutsui, N.D.; Holway, D.A. 2006: When supercolonies collide: territorial aggression in an invasive and unicolonial social insect. Molecular Ecology 15(14): 4303-4315
Peru, A.; Sebastien Morgant, J. 2006: When supine is better than upright: evidence from postural effects in extinction patients. Brain Research 1110(1): 175-181
Hansel, C. 2005: When the B-team runs plasticity: GluR2 receptor trafficking in cerebellar long-term potentiation. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 102(51): 18245-18246
Jankowitz, B.T.; Kondziolka, D.S. 2006: When the bone flap hits the floor. Neurosurgery 59(3): 585-590; Discussion: 585-590
Goldberg, I.I.; Harel, M.; Malach, R. 2006: When the brain loses its self: prefrontal inactivation during sensorimotor processing. Neuron 50(2): 329-339
Navaie-Waliser, M.; Feldman, P.H.; Gould, D.A.; Levine, C.; Kuerbis, A.N.; Donelan, K. 2002: When the caregiver needs care: the plight of vulnerable caregivers. American Journal of Public Health 92(3): 409-413
Nardone, G.; Portelli, C. 2005: When the diagnosis invents the illness. Kybernetes 34(3-4): 365-372
Johnson-Hanks, Jennifer 2005: When the future decides - Uncertainty and intentional action in contemporary Cameroon. Current Anthropology 46(3): 363-385
Phillips, K. 2004: When the going gets hot. Journal of Experimental Biology 207(13): III
Marshall, D., J.; Keough, M., J. 2004: When the going gets rough: effect of maternal size manipulation on larval quality. Marine Ecology Progress Series 272: 301-305
Gayle Beck, J.; Davila, J.; Farrow, S.; Grant, D. 2006: When the heat is on: romantic partner responses influence distress in socially anxious women. Behaviour Research and Therapy 44(5): 737-748
Hottelart, C.; Diaconita, M.; Champtiaux, Béatrice.; Soulis, F.; Aldigier, J-Claude. 2004: When the kidney catches a cold: an unusual cause of acute renal failure. Nephrology Dialysis Transplantation: Official Publication of the European Dialysis and Transplant Association - European Renal Association 19(9): 2421-2422
Waters, A.M.; Ornitz, E.M. 2005: When the orbicularis oculi response to a startling stimulus is zero, the vertical EOG may reveal that a blink has occurred. Clinical Neurophysiology: Official Journal of the International Federation of Clinical Neurophysiology 116(9): 2110-2120
Luo, Y.; Baillargeon, R.ée. 2005: When the ordinary seems unexpected: evidence for incremental physical knowledge in young infants. Cognition 95(3): 297-328
Adams, J.; White, M. 2004: When the population approach to prevention puts the health of individuals at risk. International Journal of Epidemiology 34(1): 40-43
Brass, M.; Ruge, H.; Meiran, N.; Rubin, O.; Koch, I.; Zysset, S.; Prinz, W.; von Cramon, D.Y. 2003: When the same response has different meanings: recoding the response meaning in the lateral prefrontal cortex. Neuroimage 20(2): 1026-1031
Poon, C.; Zimmern, P. 2004: When the sling is too proximal: a specific mechanism of persistent stress incontinence after pubovaginal sling placement. Urology 64(2): 287-291
Goh, S.H.; Tiah, L.; Lai, S.M. 2005: When the stork arrives unannounced - seven years of emergency deliveries in a non-obstetric general hospital. Annals of the Academy of Medicine Singapore 34(7): 432-436
Westfall, P.J.; Ballon, D.R.; Thorner, J. 2004: When the stress of your environment makes you go HOG wild. Science 306(5701): 1511-1512
Hofer, T.P.; Zemencuk, J.K.; Hayward, R.A. 2004: When there is too much to do: how practicing physicians prioritize among recommended interventions. Journal of General Internal Medicine 19(6): 646-653
Biggers, J.D.; Summers, M.C. 2004: When to avoid creating surplus human embryos. Human Reproduction 19(11): 2457-2459
Kaplan, J.E.; Hanson, D.L.; Cohn, D.L.; Karon, J.; Buskin, S.; Thompson, M.; Fleming, P.; Dworkin, M.S.; Adult And Adolescent Spectrum, O.H.v Disease Project Investigators 2003: When to begin highly active antiretroviral therapy? Evidence supporting initiation of therapy at CD4+ lymphocyte counts <350 cells/muL. Clinical Infectious Diseases 37(7): 951-958, 1 October
Nelson, J.A.; Uhlenbeck, O.C. 2006: When to believe what you see. Molecular Cell 23(4): 447-450
Martin, J.; Marcos, I.; Lopez, P. 2005: When to come out from your own shell: risk-sensitive hiding decisions in terrapins. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 57(5): 405-411
Guler, G.; Karaoglu, S.; Akin, A.; Dogru, K.; Demir, L.; Madenoglu, H.; Boyaci, A. 2004: When to inject analgesic agents intra-articularly in anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction: before or after tourniquet releasing. Arthroscopy: the Journal of Arthroscopic and Related Surgery: Official Publication of the Arthroscopy Association of North America and the International Arthroscopy Association 20(9): 918-921
Skubic, E.; Taborsky, M.; McNamara, J.M.; Houston, A.I. 2004: When to parasitize? a dynamic optimization model of reproductive strategies in a cooperative breeder. Journal of Theoretical Biology 227(4): 487-501
Kilian, R.; Porzsolt, F. 2005: When to recommend and to pay for first-line adjuvant breast cancer treatment? A structured review of the literature. Breast 14(6): 636-642
Dexter, F.; Macario, A. 2004: When to release allocated operating room time to increase operating room efficiency. Anesthesia and Analgesia 98(3): 758
Douma, C.E.; Smit, W. 2006: When to start dialysis?. Nephrology Dialysis Transplantation: Official Publication of the European Dialysis and Transplant Association - European Renal Association 21(Suppl): Ii20-Ii24
Orlando, L.A.; Matchar, D.B. 2004: When to stress over triptans: a Markov analysis of cardiovascular risk in migraine treatment. Headache 44(7): 652-660
Lainé, J.-P.; Egly, J.-M. 2006: When transcription and repair meet: a complex system. Trends in Genetics: Tig 22(8): 430-436
Obert, J.L.; Brown, A.H.; Zweben, J.; Christian, D.; Delmhorst, J.; Minsky, S.; Morrisey, P.; Vandersloot, D.; Weiner, A. 2005: When treatment meets research: clinical perspectives from the CSAT Methamphetamine Treatment Project. Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment 28(3): 231-237
Ciaramelli, E.; Ghetti, S.; Frattarelli, M.; Làdavas, E. 2006: When true memory availability promotes false memory: evidence from confabulating patients. Neuropsychologia 44(10): 1866-1877
Fritz, U.; Guicking, D.; Lenk, P.; Joger, U.; Wink, M. 2004: When turtle distribution tells European history: mtDNA haplotypes of Emys orbicularis reflect in Germany former division by the Iron Curtain. Biologia 59(Suppl 14): 19-25
Loftus, A.; Servos, P.; Goodale, M.A.; Mendarozqueta, N.; Mon-Williams, M. 2004: When two eyes are better than one in prehension: monocular viewing and end-point variance. Experimental Brain Research 158(3): 317-327
Piston, D.W. 2005: When two is better than one: elements of intravital microscopy. Plos Biology 3(6): E207
Keller, P.; Repp, B. 2004: When two limbs are weaker than one: sensorimotor syncopation with alternating hands. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology. A Human Experimental Psychology 57(6): 1085-1101
Phillips, B.L.; Baird, S.J.E.; Moritz, C. 2004: When vicars meet: a narrow contact zone between morphologically cryptic phylogeographic lineages of the rainforest skink, Carlia rubrigularis. Evolution; International Journal of Organic Evolution 58(7): 1536-1548
Weiss, P.H.; Zilles, K.; Fink, G.R. 2005: When visual perception causes feeling: enhanced cross-modal processing in grapheme-color synesthesia. Neuroimage 28(4): 859-868
Gallace, A.; Auvray, M.; Tan, H.Z.; Spence, C. 2006: When visual transients impair tactile change detection: a novel case of crossmodal change blindness?. Neuroscience Letters 398(3): 280-285
Leikauf, G.D.; Deshmukh, H.S. 2005: When wheeze leads to squeeze: growth under pressure. American Journal of Respiratory Cell and Molecular Biology 32(5): 366
Mauriac, L.; Debled, M.; MacGrogan, G.ët. 2005: When will more useful predictive factors be ready for use?. Breast 14(6): 617-623
Lawes, M.J.; Marthews, T.R. 2003: When will rejection of parasite nestlings by hosts of nonevicting avian brood parasites be favored? A misimprinting-equilibrium model. Behavioral Ecology: 757-770
Vanchieri, C. 2005: When will the U.S. flinch at cancer drug prices?. Journal of the National Cancer Institute 97(9): 624-626
Mills, S.D. 2006: When will the genomics investment pay off for antibacterial discovery?. Biochemical Pharmacology 71(7): 1096-1102
Rossi, S.; Gugler, M.F.; Hahne, A.; Friederici, A.D. 2005: When word category information encounters morphosyntax: an ERP study. Neuroscience Letters 384(3): 228-233
Masson, M.E.J. 2004: When words collide: facilitation and interference in the report of repeated words from rapidly presented lists. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Learning Memory and Cognition 30(6): 1279-1289
Wiley, D.; Beattie, M.; Nguyen, H.; Puckett, K.; Banerjee, K.; Poon, W. 2004: When you assume...the reality of implementing a legally mandated substance abuse treatment program. Journal of Psychoactive Drugs Suppl 2: 175-180
Ozçakar, L.; Korkmaz, N. 2003: When you hear hooves, don't forget zebras along with the horses. Rheumatology International 23(6): 326
Wicha, N.Y.Y.; Orozco-Figueroa, A.; Reyes, I.; Hernandez, A.; de Barreto, L.Gavaldón.; Bates, E.A. 2005: When zebras become painted donkeys: Grammatical gender and semantic priming interact during picture integration in a spoken Spanish sentence. Language and Cognitive Processes 20(4): 553-587
Shimizu, N.; Shingaki, K.; Kaneko-Sasaguri, Y.; Hashizume, T.; Kanda, T. 2005: When, where and how the bridge breaks: anaphase bridge breakage plays a crucial role in gene amplification and HSR generation. Experimental Cell Research 302(2): 233-243
Lindsley, J.E.; Rutter, J. 2006: Whence cometh the allosterome?. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 103(28): 10533-10535
Singleton, J.A.; Poel, A.J.; Lu, P-Jun.; Nichol, K.L.; Iwane, M.K. 2005: Where adults reported receiving influenza vaccination in the United States. American Journal of Infection Control 33(10): 563-570
Fuster, V. 2005: Where am I going? The future of academic cardiovascular medicine. Journal of the American College of Cardiology 46(7 Suppl): A1-A4
Sleight, P. 2004: Where are clinical trials going? Society and clinical trials. Journal of Internal Medicine 255(2): 151-158
Soyka, M.; Queri, S.; Küfner, H.; Rösner, S. 2005: Where are the 1.9 million patients dependent on legal drugs hiding?. Der Nervenarzt 76(1): 72-77
Lerchl, A. 2005: Where are the Sunday babies? Observations on a marked decline in weekend births in Germany. Die Naturwissenschaften 92(12): 592-594
Nardi, A.E. 2005: Where are the guidelines for the treatment of asthma with panic spectrum symptoms?. American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine 172(8): 1055-6; Author Reply 1056
Fjeldsa, J.; Burgess, N., D.; Blyth, S.; De-Klerk, H., M. 2004: Where are the major gaps in the reserve network for Africa's mammals?. Oryx 38(1): 17-25
Badenhorst, S. 2005: Where are the pearls? Freshwater and marine pearls and their possible role in South African societies in the past. Annals of the Transvaal Museum 42: 1-4
Foucher, J.R.; Otzenberger, H.; Gounot, D. 2004: Where arousal meets attention: a simultaneous fMRi and EEG recording study. Neuroimage 22(2): 688-697
Barák, I.; Wilkinson, A.J. 2005: Where asymmetry in gene expression originates. Molecular Microbiology 57(3): 611-620
Mechelli, A.; Price, C.J.; Friston, K.J.; Ishai, A. 2004: Where bottom-up meets top-down: neuronal interactions during perception and imagery. Cerebral Cortex 14(11): 1256-1265
Demeule, B.él.; Gurny, R.; Arvinte, T. 2006: Where disease pathogenesis meets protein formulation: renal deposition of immunoglobulin aggregates. European Journal of Pharmaceutics and Biopharmaceutics: Official Journal of Arbeitsgemeinschaft für Pharmazeutische Verfahrenstechnik E.V 62(2): 121-130
Ayre, D.J.; Miller, K.J. 2004: Where do clonal coral larvae go? Adult genotypic diversity conflicts with reproductive effort in the brooding coral Pocillopora damicornis. ine Ecology Progress Series 277: 95-105
Brown, C. 2005: Where do molecular biology graduate students find information?. Science and Technology Libraries 25(3): 89-104
Claus, T.; Schmitt, R.; Stabroth, C.; Luft, F.C.; Kettritz, R.; Gross, C.Michael. 2005: Where do we stand with renovascular hypertension?. Nephrology Dialysis Transplantation: Official Publication of the European Dialysis and Transplant Association - European Renal Association 20(7): 1495-1498
Mackiewicz, P.; Zakrzewska-Czerwinska, J.; Zawilak, A.; Dudek, M.R.; Cebrat, S. 2004: Where does bacterial replication start? Rules for predicting the oriC region. Nucleic Acids Research 32(13): 3781-3791
Mirković, J.; MacDonald, M.C.; Seidenberg, M.S. 2005: Where does gender come from? Evidence from a complex inflectional system. Language and Cognitive Processes 20(1-2): 139-167
Strüssmann, C.Augusto.; Ito, L.Satoru. 2005: Where does gonadal sex differentiation begin? Gradient of histological sex differentiation in the gonads of pejerrey, Odontesthes bonariensis (Pisces, Atherinidae). Journal of Morphology 265(2): 190-196
Terada, S. 2003: Where does slow axonal transport go?. Neuroscience Research 47(4): 367-372
Rowland, N.E. 2005: Where does the brain detect hypoglycemia?. American Journal of Physiology. Regulatory Integrative and Comparative Physiology 289(4): R936-R937
Hamilton, A.F.de.C.; Wolpert, D.M.; Frith, U.; Grafton, S.T. 2006: Where does your own action influence your perception of another person's action in the brain?. Neuroimage 29(2): 524-535
Cohen, R.G.; Rosenbaum, D.A. 2004: Where grasps are made reveals how grasps are planned: generation and recall of motor plans. Experimental Brain Research 157(4): 486-495
Lim, E.C.-H.; Oh, V.M.S.; Ong, B.K.C.; Chow, A.W.L.; Seet, R.C.S. 2006: Where has all the botox gone? (how) will we ever learn... using monoclonal antibodies to track botulinum toxin. Medical Hypotheses 67(3): 440-446
Sherrard, J.; Rings, M.; Hall, C. 2005: Where has all the chlamydia come from? the clinical impact of the introduction of an improved chlamydia test. International Journal of Std and Aids 16(2): 163-165
Kraus, C.; Rodel, H.G. 2004: Where have all the cavies gone? Causes and consequences of predation by the minor grison on a wild cavy population. Oikos e; 105(3): 489-500
Pollack, B.J.; Grendell, J.H. 2006: Where have all the dreiling tubes gone?. American Journal of Gastroenterology 101(2): 356-359
Owens, I.P.F. 2006: Where is behavioural ecology going?. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 21(7): 356-361
Ge, S.; Song, L.; Pachter, J.S. 2005: Where is the blood-brain barrier ... really?. Journal of Neuroscience Research 79(4): 421-427
Bacharova, L.; Selvester, R.H.; Engblom, H.; Wagner, G.S. 2005: Where is the central terminal located? in search of understanding the use of the Wilson central terminal for production of 9 of the standard 12 electrocardiogram leads. Journal of Electrocardiology 38(2): 119-127
Hossain, W.A.; Antic, S.D.; Yang, Y.; Rasband, M.N.; Morest, D.K. 2005: Where is the spike generator of the cochlear nerve? Voltage-gated sodium channels in the mouse cochlea. Journal of Neuroscience: the Official Journal of the Society for Neuroscience 25(29): 6857-6868
Bolton, J.J.; Leliaert, F.; De-Clerck, O.; Anderson, R.J.; Stegenga, H.; Engledow, H.E.; Coppejans, E. 2004: Where is the western limit of the tropical Indian Ocean seaweed flora? An analysis of intertidal seaweed biogeography on the east coast of South Africa. Marine Biology (Berlin) 144(1): 51-59
Withers, H.Rodney.; Haustermans, K. 2004: Where next with preoperative radiation therapy for rectal cancer?. International Journal of Radiation Oncology Biology Physics 58(2): 597-602
Ahmad, S.; O'Mahony, M.S. 2005: Where older people die: a retrospective population-based study. Qjm: Monthly Journal of the Association of Physicians 98(12): 865-870
Shields, C.A.; Brawley, L.R.; Lindover, T.I. 2005: Where perception and reality differ: dropping out is not the same as failure. Journal of Behavioral Medicine 28(5): 481-491
Whelan, J. 2003: Where should teenagers with cancer be treated?. European Journal of Cancer 39(18): 2573-2578
Markolf, K.L.; Feeley, B.T.; Jackson, S.R.; McAllister, D.R. 2006: Where should the femoral tunnel of a posterior cruciate ligament reconstruction be placed to best restore anteroposterior laxity and ligament forces?. American Journal of Sports Medicine 34(4): 604-611
Pichler, H.; Riezman, H. 2004: Where sterols are required for endocytosis. Biochimica et Biophysica Acta 1666(1-2): 51-61
Benjamin, M.; Toumi, H.; Ralphs, J.R.; Bydder, G.; Best, T.M.; Milz, S. 2006: Where tendons and ligaments meet bone: attachment sites ('entheses') in relation to exercise and/or mechanical load. Journal of Anatomy 208(4): 471-490
Laufs, H.; Holt, J.L.; Elfont, R.; Krams, M.; Paul, J.S.; Krakow, K.; Kleinschmidt, A. 2006: Where the BOLD signal goes when alpha EEG leaves. Neuroimage 31(4): 1408-1418
Mccracken, J.D. 2005: Where the bobolinks roam: The plight of North America's grassland birds. Biodiversity 6(3): 20-29
Jackson, S.R.; Newport, R.; Mort, D.; Husain, M. 2005: Where the eye looks, the hand follows; limb-dependent magnetic misreaching in optic ataxia. Current Biology: Cb 15(1): 42-46
Twombly, R. 2004: Where there's no smoke: popular smoke-free laws curbing active, passive smoking. Journal of the National Cancer Institute 96(14): 1058-1060
Apte, M.V.; Pirola, R.C.; Wilson, J.S. 2005: Where there's smoke there's not necessarily fire. Gut 54(4): 446-447
Wittkampf, F.H.M.; van Oosterhout, M.F.; Loh, P.; Derksen, R.; Vonken, E.-j.; Slootweg, P.J.; Ho, S.Y. 2005: Where to draw the mitral isthmus line in catheter ablation of atrial fibrillation: histological analysis. European Heart Journal 26(7): 689-695
Zhang, P.; Brisman, R.; Choi, J.; Li, X. 2005: Where to locate the isocenter? the treatment strategy for repeat trigeminal neuralgia radiosurgery. International Journal of Radiation Oncology Biology Physics 62(1): 38-43
Bruce, H.L. 2004: Where will your industry be 'the day after tornorrow'?. Australian Journal of Dairy Technology 59(2): 132-134
Borrayo, E.A. 2004: Where's Maria? a video to increase awareness about breast cancer and mammography screening among low-literacy Latinas. Preventive Medicine 39(1): 99-110
Barker, J.M.; Wojtowicz, J.M.; Boonstra, R. 2005: Where's my dinner? Adult neurogenesis in free-living food-storing rodents. Genes Brain and Behavior 4(2): 89-98
Abe, K. 2004: Where's the cadmium in biogenic particulate matter?. Bulletin of Fisheries Research Agency 13: 11-14
Wight, P.A.; Dobretsova, A. 2004: Where, when and how much: regulation of myelin proteolipid protein gene expression. Cellular and Molecular Life Sciences: Cmls 61(7-8): 810-821
Cooper, R.D.G. 2004: Wherefore art thou Romeo?. Current Opinion in Investigational Drugs 5(8): 797-798
Tsushima, Y.; Aoki, J.; Endo, K. 2003: Whether and under what conditions FDG-PET might be cost-effective in evaluating solitary pulmonary nodules depicted on lung cancer screening in Japan. Nihon Igaku Hoshasen Gakkai Zasshi. Nippon Acta Radiologica 63(8): 390-398
Kusano, T.; Takao, T.; Tachibana, K.; Tanaka, Y.; Kamachi, M.; Ikematsu, Y.; Nishiwaki, Y.; Kida, H.; Waki, S.; Uchimura, M.; Furukawa, M. 2005: Whether or not prophylactic excision of the extrahepatic bile duct is appropriate for patients with pancreaticobiliary maljunction without bile duct dilatation. Hepato-Gastroenterology 52(66): 1649-1653
Al-Ba'adani, T.; Ghilan, A.; El-Nono, I.; Alwan, M.; Bingadhi, A. 2006: Whether post-ureteroscopy stenting is necessary or not?. Saudi Medical Journal 27(6): 845-848
Nukumi, N.; Iwamori, T.; Naito, K.; Tojo, H. 2005: Whey acidic protein (WAP) depresses the proliferation of mouse (MMT) and human (MCF-7) mammary tumor cells. Journal of Reproduction and Development 51(5): 649-656
Lin, S.; Krochta, J. 2006: Whey protein coating efficiency on mechanically roughened hydrophobic peanut surfaces. Journal of food science 71(6): E270-E275
Turhan, K.; Etzel, M. 2004: Whey protein isolate and alpha-lactalbumin recovery from lactic acid whey using cation-exchange chromatography. Journal of food science 69(2): FEP66-FEP70
Harwood, P.J.; Giannoudis, P.V.; Probst, C.; Van Griensven, M.; Krettek, C.; Pape, H.-C. 2006: Which AIS based scoring system is the best predictor of outcome in orthopaedic blunt trauma patients?. Journal of Trauma 60(2): 334-340
Di Perri, G.; Bonora, S. 2004: Which agents should we use for the treatment of multidrug-resistant Mycobacterium tuberculosis?. Journal of Antimicrobial ChemoTherapy 54(3): 593-602
Becker, G.J. 2004: Which albumin should we measure?. Kidney International. Suppl 92: S16-S17
Mallick, S.; Braud, F.; Fofana, M.; Humbert, M.; Clervil, M.; Blanchet, P. 2005: Which anaesthesia should be recommended for prostate biopsy?. West Indian Medical Journal 54(2): 135-138
Asao, Y.; Kasai, S-Ya.; Higuchi, T.; Tsubaki, N.; Kobayashi, O. 2005: Which anesthetic technique is more suitable for hip fracture surgery in patients above the age of 85, spinal or epidural?. Masui. Japanese Journal of Anesthesiology 54(6): 638-642
Vance, A.; Harris, K.; Boots, M.; Talbot, J.; Karamitsios, M. 2003: Which anxiety disorders may differentiate attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, combined type with dysthymic disorder from attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, combined type alone?. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry 37(5): 563-569
Chamuleau, R.A.F.M.; Deurholt, T.; Hoekstra, R. 2005: Which are the right cells to be used in a bioartificial liver?. Metabolic Brain Disease 20(4): 327-335
Sapino, A.; Coccorullo, Z.; Cassoni, P.; Ghisolfi, G.; Gugliotta, P.; Bongiovanni, M.; Arisio, R.; Crafa, P.; Bussolati, G. 2003: Which breast carcinomas need HER-2/neu gene study after immunohistochemical analysis? Results of combined use of antibodies against different c-erbB2 protein domains. Histopathology 43(4): 354-362
Van-Der-Loos, Chris 2004: Which buffer for immunohistochemistry?. Biotechnic and Histochemistry 79(2): 107
Hattori, K.; Takakura, Y.; Ohgushi, H.; Habata, T.; Uematsu, K.; Takenaka, M.; Ikeuchi, K. 2004: Which cartilage is regenerated, hyaline cartilage or fibrocartilage? Non-invasive ultrasonic evaluation of tissue-engineered cartilage. Rheumatology 43(9): 1106-1108
Ison, C.A.; Mouton, J.W.; Jones, K.; Fenton, K.A.; Livermore, D.M. 2004: Which cephalosporin for gonorrhoea?. Sexually Transmitted Infections 80(5): 386-388
Gordon, K.E.; Dooley, J.M.; Wood, E.; Brna, P.; Bethune, P. 2004: Which characteristics of children with a febrile seizure are associated with subsequent physician visits?. Pediatrics 114(4): 962-964
Cantù, G.; Solero, C.L.; Miceli, R.; Mariani, L.; Mattavelli, F.; Squadrelli-Saraceno, M.; Bimbi, G.; Riccio, S.; Colombo, S.; Locati, L.; Olmi, P.; Licitra, L. 2005: Which classification for ethmoid malignant tumors involving the anterior skull base?. Head and Neck 27(3): 224-231
Boeckler, P.; Meyer, A.; Uring-Lambert, B.; Goetz, J.; Cribier, B.; Hauptmann, G.; Lipsker, D. 2006: Which complement assays and typings are necessary for the diagnosis of complement deficiency in patients with lupus erythematosus? A study of 25 patients. Clinical Immunology 121(2): 198-202
Froehner, M.; Koch, R.; Litz, R.; Oehlschlaeger, S.; Wirth, M.P. 2004: Which conditions contributing to the Charlson score predict survival after radical prostatectomy?. Journal of Urology 171(2 Part 1): 697-699
Kloos, H.; Haddad, J.M.; Keen, R. 2006: Which cues are available to 24-month-olds? Evidence from point-of-gaze measures during search. Infant Behavior and Development 29(2): 243-250
Bouré, T.; Vanholder, R. 2004: Which dialyser membrane to choose?. Nephrology Dialysis Transplantation: Official Publication of the European Dialysis and Transplant Association - European Renal Association 19(2): 293-296
Khan, S.; Bess, R.L.; Rosman, H.S.; Nordstrom, C.K.; Cohen, G.I.; Gardin, J.M. 2004: Which echocardiographic Doppler left ventricular diastolic function measurements are most feasible in the clinical echocardiographic laboratory?. American Journal of Cardiology 94(8): 1099-1101
Fulton, E.A.; Smith, A.D.; Punt, A.E. 2005: Which ecological indicators can robustly detect effects of fishing?. ICES Journal of: 540-551
Leach, J.P.; Stephen, L.J.; Salveta, C.; Brodie, M.J. 2006: Which electroencephalography (EEG) for epilepsy? the relative usefulness of different EEG protocols in patients with possible epilepsy. Journal of Neurology Neurosurgery and Psychiatry 77(9): 1040-1042
Taddei, S.; Virdis, A.; Ghiadoni, L.; Versari, D.; Salvetti, A. 2006: Which endothelium-derived factors are really important in humans?. Biological Chemistry 387(2): 151-157
Reeder, C.; Newton, E.; Frangou, S.; Wykes, T. 2004: Which executive skills should we target to affect social functioning and symptom change? A study of a cognitive remediation therapy program. Schizophrenia Bulletin 30(1): 87-100
Nieuwlaat, R.; Lenzen, M.; Crijns, H.J.G.M.; Prins, M.H.; Scholte op Reimer, W.J.; Battler, A.; Hasdai, D.; Danchin, N.; Gitt, A.K.; Simoons, M.L.; Boersma, E. 2006: Which factors are associated with the application of reperfusion therapy in ST-elevation acute coronary syndromes?. Lessons from the Euro Heart Survey on Acute Coronary Syndromes I. Cardiology 106(3): 137-146
Mohyeddin Bonab, M.A.; Alimoghaddam, K.A.; Goliaei, Z.A.; Ghavamzadeh, A.R. 2004: Which factors can affect cord blood variables?. Transfusion 44(5): 690-693
Zimmerman, M.; Posternak, M.; Friedman, M.; Attiullah, N.; Baymiller, S.; Boland, R.; Berlowitz, S.; Rahman, S.; Uy, K.; Singer, S. 2004: Which factors influence psychiatrists' selection of antidepressants?. American Journal of Psychiatry 161(7): 1285-1289
Ozkan, B.; Demirkesen, O.; Durak, H.; Uygun, N.; Ismailoglu, V.; Cetinel, B.ül. 2005: Which factors predict upper urinary tract deterioration in overactive neurogenic bladder dysfunction?. Urology 66(1): 99-104
Blader, J.C. 2006: Which family factors predict children's externalizing behaviors following discharge from psychiatric inpatient treatment?. Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry and Allied Disciplines 47(11): 1133-1142
Anderson, J.L.; Horne, B.D.; Jones, H.U.; Reyna, S.P.; Carlquist, J.F.; Bair, T.L.; Pearson, R.R.; Lappé, D.L.; Muhlestein, J.B. 2004: Which features of the metabolic syndrome predict the prevalence and clinical outcomes of angiographic coronary artery disease?. Cardiology 101(4): 185-193
Mons, B. 2005: Which gene did you mean?. Bmc Bioinformatics 6: 142
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Smith, A.; Patterson, C.; Yarnell, J.; Rumley, A.; Ben-Shlomo, Y.; Lowe, G. 2005: Which hemostatic markers add to the predictive value of conventional risk factors for coronary heart disease and ischemic stroke? The Caerphilly Study. Circulation 112(20): 3080-3087
Martin, I.J.; Lewis, R.J.; Bernstein, M.A.; Beattie, I.G.; Martin, C.A.; Riley, R.J.; Springthorpe, B. 2006: Which hydroxy? Evidence for species differences in the regioselectivity of glucuronidation in rat, dog, and human in vitro systems and dog in vivo. Drug Metabolism and Disposition: the Biological Fate of Chemicals 34(9): 1502-1507
Van de Waterbeemd, H. 2005: Which in vitro screens guide the prediction of oral absorption and volume of distribution?. Basic and Clinical Pharmacology and Toxicology 96(3): 162-166
Burns, T.; Eichenberger, A.; Eich, D.; Ajdacic-Gross, V.; Angst, J.; Rössler, W. 2003: Which individuals with affective symptoms seek help? Results from the Zurich epidemiological study. Acta Psychiatrica Scandinavica 108(6): 419-426
McMurray, J.J.V.; Pfeffer, M.A.; Swedberg, K.; Dzau, V.J. 2004: Which inhibitor of the renin-angiotensin system should be used in chronic heart failure and acute myocardial infarction?. Circulation 110(20): 3281-3288
Attoor, S.; Dougherty, E.R.; Chen, Y.; Bittner, M.L.; Trent, J.M. 2004: Which is better for cDNA-microarray-based classification: ratios or direct intensities. Bioinformatics 20(16): 2513-2520
Altundag, K.; Altundag, O.; Baptista, M.Z.; Atik, M.A. 2005: Which is better in neoadjuvant treatment of breast cancer? Taxane followed by anthracyline or vice versa. Breast Cancer Research and Treatment 97(2): 221
Kayhan, Z.; Aldemir, D.; Mutlu, H.; Oğüş, E. 2005: Which is responsible for the haemodynamic response due to laryngoscopy and endotracheal intubation? Catecholamines, vasopressin or angiotensin?. European Journal of Anaesthesiology 22(10): 780-785
Manikandan, R.; Srinivasan, V.; Rané, A. 2004: Which is the real gold standard for small-volume renal tumors? Radical nephrectomy versus nephron-sparing surgery. Journal of Endourology 18(1): 39-44
McClean, H.; Haworth, P.; Clarke, J. 2006: Which measure of contact tracing performance? -- using audit as the evidence base. International Journal of Std and Aids 17(2): 128-129
Kingma, I.; van de Langenberg, R.; Beek, P.J. 2004: Which mechanical invariants are associated with the perception of length and heaviness of a nonvisible handheld rod? Testing the inertia tensor hypothesis. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Human Perception and Performance 30(2): 346-354
Grosse, Séphanie.; Thévenot, G.; Monsigny, M.; Fajac, I. 2006: Which mechanism for nuclear import of plasmid DNA complexed with polyethylenimine derivatives?. Journal of Gene Medicine 8(7): 845-851
Naëgelé, B.; Launois, S.H.; Mazza, Séphanie.; Feuerstein, C.; Pépin, J-Louis.; Lévy, P. 2006: Which memory processes are affected in patients with obstructive sleep apnea? An evaluation of 3 types of memory. Sleep 29(4): 533-544
Brinkman, J.W.; Bakker, S.J.L.; Gansevoort, R.T.; Hillege, H.L.; Kema, I.P.; Gans, R.O.B.; de Jong, P.E.; de Zeeuw, D. 2004: Which method for quantifying urinary albumin excretion gives what outcome? a comparison of immunonephelometry with HPLC. Kidney International. Suppl 92: S69-S75
Lorenzano, S.; Anzini, A.; de Michele, M.; Falcou, A.; Fausti, S.; Gori, C.; Mancini, A.; Cavalletti, C.; Colosimo, C.; Fiorelli, M.; Sacchetti, M.Luisa.; Argentino, C.; Toni, D. 2006: Which model of stroke unit is better for stroke patient management?. Clinical and Experimental Hypertension 28(3-4): 377-382
Campbell, B.S.; Siddique, A.-B.M.; McDougall, B.M.; Seviour, R.J. 2004: Which morphological forms of the fungus Aureobasidium pullulans are responsible for pullulan production?. Fems Microbiology Letters 232(2): 225-228
Ikeno, H.; Matsumura, H.; Murakami, G.; Sato, T.J.; Ohta, M. 2006: Which morphology of dry bone articular surfaces suggests so-called fibrous ankylosis in the elderly human sacroiliac joint?. Anatomical Science International 81(1): 39-46
Shakir, A.; Micklesen, P.J.; Robinson, L.R. 2004: Which motor nerve conduction study is best in ulnar neuropathy at the elbow?. Muscle and Nerve 29(4): 585-590
Winston, A.; Pozniak, A.; Mandalia, S.; Gazzard, B.; Pillay, D.; Nelson, M. 2004: Which nucleoside and nucleotide backbone combinations select for the K65R mutation in HIV-1 reverse transcriptase. Aids 18(6): 949-951
Vesely, D.L. 2006: Which of the cardiac natriuretic peptides is most effective for the treatment of congestive heart failure, renal failure and cancer?. Clinical and Experimental Pharmacology and Physiology 33(3): 169-176
Oguz, A.; Karadeniz, C.; Ckitak, E.Caglar.; Cil, V. 2006: Which one is a risk factor for chemotherapy-induced febrile neutropenia in childhood solid tumors: early lymphopenia or monocytopenia?. Pediatric Hematology and Oncology 23(2): 143-151
Seyrek, N.; Balal, M.; Karayaylali, I.; Paydaş, S.; Aikimbaev, K.; Cetiner, S.; Seydaoglu, G. 2003: Which parameter is more influential on the development of arteriosclerosis in hemodialysis patients?. Renal Failure 25(6): 1011-1018
Kaandorp, T.A.M.; Bax, J.J.; Lamb, H.J.; Viergever, E.P.; Boersma, E.; Poldermans, D.; van der Wall, E.E.; de Roos, A. 2005: Which parameters on magnetic resonance imaging determine Q waves on the electrocardiogram?. American Journal of Cardiology 95(8): 925-929
Maramattom, B.V.; Bahn, M.M.; Wijdicks, E.F.M. 2004: Which patient fares worse after early deterioration due to swelling from hemispheric stroke?. Neurology 63(11): 2142-2145
Witzke, O.; Baumann, M.; Patschan, D.; Patschan, S.; Mitchell, A.; Treichel, U.; Gerken, G.; Philipp, T.; Kribben, A. 2004: Which patients benefit from hemodialysis therapy in hepatorenal syndrome?. Journal of Gastroenterology and Hepatology 19(12): 1369-1373
Tsukui, H.; Koh, E.; Yokoyama, S.'y.; Ogawa, M. 2004: Which patients can be weaned from inotropic support within 24 hours after cardiac surgery?. Heart and Vessels 19(5): 225-229
McGough, L.J.; Reynolds, S.J.; Quinn, T.C.; Zenilman, J.M. 2005: Which patients first? Setting priorities for antiretroviral therapy where resources are limited. American Journal of Public Health 95(7): 1173-1180
Podnar, S. 2006: Which patients need referral for anal sphincter electromyography?. Muscle and Nerve 33(2): 278-282
Anonymous 2004: Which patients should be evaluated and when should work-up begin?. Nephrology Dialysis Transplantation 19(Suppl 2): 2-47
Landewé, R.; Rump, B.; van der Heijde, D.; van der Linden, S. 2004: Which patients with ankylosing spondylitis should be treated with tumour necrosis factor inhibiting therapy? a survey among Dutch rheumatologists. Annals of the Rheumatic Diseases 63(5): 530-534
Solomon, D.H.; Avorn, J.; Warsi, A.; Brown, C.H.; Martin, S.; Martin, T.L.; Wright, J.; Burgener, M.; Katz, J.N. 2004: Which patients with knee problems are likely to benefit from nonarthroplasty surgery? Development of a clinical prediction rule. Archives of Internal Medicine 164(5): 509-513
Bressler, B.; Pinto, R.; El-Ashry, D.; Heathcote, E.J. 2005: Which patients with primary biliary cirrhosis or primary sclerosing cholangitis should undergo endoscopic screening for oesophageal varices detection?. Gut 54(3): 407-410
McArthur, G.M.; Bishop, D.V.M. 2004: Which People with Specific Language Impairment have Auditory Processing Deficits?. Cognitive Neuropsychology 21(1): 79-94
Romagnoli, C.; Zecca, E.; Papacci, P.; Vento, G.; Girlando, P.; Latella, C. 2006: Which phototherapy system is most effective in lowering serum bilirubin in very preterm infants?. Fetal Diagnosis and Therapy 21(2): 204-209
Freed, G.L.; Nahra, T.A.; Wheeler, J.R.C. 2004: Which physicians are providing health care to America's children? Trends and changes during the past 20 years. Archives of Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine 158(1): 22-26
Hérodin, F.; Mayol, J-François.; Mourcin, Fédéric.; Drouet, M. 2005: Which place for stem cell therapy in the treatment of acute radiation syndrome?. Folia Histochemica et Cytobiologica 43(4): 223-227
Al-Azzawi, F.; Thompson, J.; Stevenson, J. 2006: Which progestogen is more likely to increase the risk of fatal myocardial infarction: a combination of epidemiological and trial evidence. Maturitas 54(2): 154-163
Pea, F.; Poz, D.; Viale, P.; Pavan, F.; Furlanut, M. 2006: Which reliable pharmacodynamic breakpoint should be advised for ciprofloxacin monotherapy in the hospital setting? A TDM-based retrospective perspective. Journal of Antimicrobial ChemoTherapy 58(2): 380-386
Urbaneja, A.; Munoz, A.; Garrido, A.; Jacas, J.A. 2004: Which role do lacewings and ants play as predators of the citrus leafminer in Spain?. Spanish Journal of Agricultural Research 2(3): 377-384
Henke, Jürgen.; Henke, L. 2005: Which short tandem repeat polymorphisms are required for identification? Lessons from complicated kinship cases. Croatian Medical Journal 46(4): 593-597
Cohen-Mansfield, J.; Lipson, S.; Horton, D. 2003: Which signs and symptoms warrant involvement of medical staff? The definition and identification of status-change events in the nursing home. Behavioral Medicine 29(3): 115-120
Ham, H.R.; De Sadeleer, C.; Hall, M.; Piepsz, A. 2004: Which single blood sample method should be used to estimate 51Cr-EDTA clearance in adolescents?. Nuclear Medicine Communications 25(2): 155-157
Ness, T.J.; Randich, A. 2006: Which spinal cutaneous nociceptive neurons are inhibited by intravenous lidocaine in the rat?. Regional Anesthesia and Pain Medicine 31(3): 248-253
Hackley, S.A.; Valle-Inclán, F. 2003: Which stages of processing are speeded by a warning signal?. Biological Psychology 64(1-2): 27-45
Michejda, M. 2004: Which stem cells should be used for transplantation?. Fetal Diagnosis and Therapy 19(1): 2-8
Lepelletier, D.; Perron, S.ép.; Huguenin, H.él.èn.; Picard, M.; Bemer, P.; Caillon, J.; Juvin, M.-E.; Drugeon, H.B. 2004: Which strategies follow from the surveillance of multidrug-resistant bacteria to strengthen the control of their spread? a French experience. Infection Control and Hospital Epidemiology 25(2): 162-164
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Mojtabai, R. 2004: Which substance abuse treatment facilities offer dual diagnosis programs?. American Journal of Drug and Alcohol Abuse 30(3): 525-536
Pierangeli, G.; Cevoli, S.; Sancisi, E.; Grimaldi, D.; Zanigni, S.; Montagna, P.; Cortelli, P. 2006: Which therapy for which patient?. Neurological Sciences: Official Journal of the Italian Neurological Society and of the Italian Society of Clinical Neurophysiology 27(Suppl 2): S153-S158
Crawford, D.C.; Hicks, B.; Thompson, M.J. 2006: Which thermometer? Factors influencing best choice for intermittent clinical temperature assessment. Journal of Medical Engineering and Technology 30(4): 199-211
Goodman, C.S.; Coulam, C.B.; Jeyendran, R.S.; Acosta, V.A.; Roussev, R. 2006: Which thrombophilic gene mutations are risk factors for recurrent pregnancy loss?. American Journal of Reproductive Immunology 56(4): 230-236
Sobesky, J.; Zaro Weber, O.; Lehnhardt, F-G.; Hesselmann, V.; Thiel, A.; Dohmen, C.; Jacobs, A.; Neveling, M.; Heiss, W-D. 2004: Which time-to-peak threshold best identifies penumbral flow? A comparison of perfusion-weighted magnetic resonance imaging and positron emission tomography in acute ischemic stroke. Stroke 35(12): 2843-2847
Tobin, J.M.; Harindra, V.; Mani, R. 2004: Which treatment for genital tract Chlamydia trachomatis infection?. International Journal of Std and Aids 15(11): 737-739
Villa, P.; Di Sebastiano, F.; Rossodivita, A.; Sagnella, F.; Barini, A.; Fulghesu, A.M.; Lanzone, A. 2004: Which treatment options should be used in adolescents with polycystic ovary syndrome?. Journal of Pediatric Endocrinology and Metabolism: Jpem 17(5): 705-710
Rapoport, A.M.; Tepper, S.J.; Sheftell, F.D.; Kung, E.; Bigal, M.E. 2006: Which triptan for which patient?. Neurological Sciences: Official Journal of the Italian Neurological Society and of the Italian Society of Clinical Neurophysiology 27(Suppl 2): S123-S129
Grube, M. 2004: Which types of aggressive behaviour are associated with suicidal and self-injurious behaviour at the time of admission?. Psychopathology 37(1): 41-49
Kim, G.H.; Kang, D.H.; Lee, D.H.; Heo, J.; Song, G.A.; Cho, M.; Yang, U.S. 2004: Which types of stent, uncovered or covered, should be used in gastric outlet obstructions?. Scandinavian Journal of Gastroenterology 39(10): 1010-1014
Soubrier, M.; Zerkak, D.; Gossec, L.; Ayral, X.; Roux, C.; Dougados, M. 2006: Which variables best predict change in rheumatoid arthritis therapy in daily clinical practice?. Journal of Rheumatology 33(7): 1243-1246
Horne, B.D.; Anderson, J.L.; John, J.M.; Weaver, A.; Bair, T.L.; Jensen, K.R.; Renlund, D.G.; Muhlestein, J.B. 2005: Which white blood cell subtypes predict increased cardiovascular risk?. Journal of the American College of Cardiology 45(10): 1638-1643
Plowman, S.J.; Williamson, D.J.; O'Sullivan, M.J.; Doig, J.; Ritchie, A.-M.; Harrison, D.J.; Melton, D.W.; Arends, M.J.; Hooper, M.L.; Patek, C.E. 2003: While K-ras is essential for mouse development, expression of the K-ras 4A splice variant is dispensable. Molecular and Cellular Biology 23(24): 9245-9250
Mennill, D., J.; Rogers, A., C. 2006: Whip it good! Geographic consistency in male songs and variability in female songs of the duetting eastern whipbird Psophodes olivaceus. Journal of Avian Biology 37(1): 93-100
Pobereskin, L.H. 2005: Whiplash following rear end collisions: a prospective cohort study. Journal of Neurology Neurosurgery and Psychiatry 76(8): 1146-1151
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Friedmann, A.C.; Perera, G.K.; Jayaprakasam, A.; Forgacs, I.; Salisbury, J.R.; Creamer, D. 2004: Whipple's disease presenting with symmetrical panniculitis. British Journal of Dermatology 151(4): 907-911
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Mburu, P.; Kikkawa, Y.; Townsend, S.; Romero, R.; Yonekawa, H.; Brown, S.D.M. 2006: Whirlin complexes with p55 at the stereocilia tip during hair cell development. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 103(29): 10973-10978
Gao, P.; Hattox, A.M.; Jones, L.M.; Keller, A.; Zeigler, H.Philip. 2003: Whisker motor cortex ablation and whisker movement patterns. Somatosensory and Motor Research 20(3-4): 191-198
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Goligorsky, M.S. 2004: Whispers and shouts in the pathogenesis of acute renal ischaemia. Nephrology Dialysis Transplantation: Official Publication of the European Dialysis and Transplant Association - European Renal Association 20(2): 261-266
Mello, I.; Amundin, M. 2005: Whistle production pre- and post-partum in bottlenose dolphins (Tursiops truncatus) in human care. Aquatic Mammals 31(2): 169-175
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Fliers, E.; Kreier, F.; Voshol, P.J.; Havekes, L.M.; Sauerwein, H.P.; Kalsbeek, A.; Buijs, R.M.; Romijn, J.A. 2003: White adipose tissue: getting nervous. Journal of Neuroendocrinology 15(11): 1005-1010
Tormo, M.A.; Gil-Exojo, I.; Romero de Tejada, A.; Campillo, J.E. 2006: White bean amylase inhibitor administered orally reduces glycaemia in type 2 diabetic rats. British Journal of Nutrition 96(3): 539-544
Kircher, M. 2006: White biotechnology: ready to partner and invest in. Biotechnology Journal 1(7-8): 787-794
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Beidleman, B.A.; Muza, S.R.; Fulco, C.S.; Cymerman, A.; Staab, J.E.; Sawka, M.N.; Lewis, S.F.; Skrinar, G.S. 2006: White blood cell and hormonal responses to 4300 m altitude before and after intermittent altitude exposure. Clinical Science 111(2): 163-169
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Keskin, O.; Ulusoy, R.E.; Kalemoglu, M.; Us, M.H.; Yildirim, I.; Tarcin, O.; Pocan, S.; Ardiç, N. 2004: White blood cell count and C-reactive protein predict short-term prognosis in acute myocardial infarction. Journal of International Medical Research 32(6): 646-654
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Makris, T.; Stavroulakis, G.; Papadopoulos, D.; Paizis, I.; Krespi, P.; Tsoukala, C.; Hatzizacharias, A.; Votteas, V. 2006: White coat hypertension and haemostatic/fibrinolytic balance disorders. European Cytokine Network 17(2): 137-141
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Kamler, J.F.; Ballard, W.B. 2003: White color phase of the Swift Fox, Vulpes velox. Canadian Field-Naturalist 117(3): 468-469
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Nicholl, D.J.; Sutton, I.; Dotti, M.T.; Supple, S.G.; Danek, A.; Lawden, M. 2004: White matter abnormalities on MRI in neuroacanthocytosis. Journal of Neurology Neurosurgery and Psychiatry 75(8): 1200-1201
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Khong, P-Lan.; Leung, L.H.T.; Chan, G.C.F.; Kwong, D.L.W.; Wong, W.H.S.; Cao, G.; Ooi, G-Cheng. 2005: White matter anisotropy in childhood medulloblastoma survivors: association with neurotoxicity risk factors. Radiology 236(2): 647-652
Büchel, C.; Raedler, T.; Sommer, M.; Sach, M.; Weiller, C.; Koch, M.A. 2004: White matter asymmetry in the human brain: a diffusion tensor MRi study. Cerebral Cortex 14(9): 945-951
Medina, D.; DeToledo-Morrell, L.; Urresta, F.; Gabrieli, J.D.E.; Moseley, M.; Fleischman, D.; Bennett, D.A.; Leurgans, S.; Turner, D.A.; Stebbins, G.T. 2006: White matter changes in mild cognitive impairment and AD: a diffusion tensor imaging study. Neurobiology of Aging 27(5): 663-672
Yuan, T-Ming.; Yu, H-Min.; Gu, W-Zhong.; Li, J-Ping. 2005: White matter damage and chemokine induction in developing rat brain after intrauterine infection. Journal of Perinatal Medicine 33(5): 415-422
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Verboon-Maciolek, M.A.; Groenendaal, F.; Cowan, F.; Govaert, P.; van Loon, A.M.; de Vries, L.S. 2006: White matter damage in neonatal enterovirus meningoencephalitis. Neurology 66(8): 1267-1269
Charlton, R.A.; Barrick, T.R.; McIntyre, D.J.; Shen, Y.; O'Sullivan, M.; Howe, F.A.; Clark, C.A.; Morris, R.G.; Markus, H.S. 2006: White matter damage on diffusion tensor imaging correlates with age-related cognitive decline. Neurology 66(2): 217-222
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McIntosh, A.M.; Job, D.E.; Moorhead, T.W.J.; Harrison, L.K.; Lawrie, S.M.; Johnstone, E.C. 2005: White matter density in patients with schizophrenia, bipolar disorder and their unaffected relatives. Biological Psychiatry 58(3): 254-257
Barnea-Goraly, N.; Menon, V.; Eckert, M.; Tamm, L.; Bammer, R.; Karchemskiy, A.; Dant, C.C.; Reiss, A.L. 2005: White matter development during childhood and adolescence: a cross-sectional diffusion tensor imaging study. Cerebral Cortex 15(12): 1848-1854
Harbison, J.; Gibson, G.J.; Birchall, D.; Zammit-Maempel, I.; Ford, G.A. 2003: White matter disease and sleep-disordered breathing after acute stroke. Neurology 61(7): 959-963
Sincoff, E.H.; Tan, Y.; Abdulrauf, S.I. 2004: White matter fiber dissection of the optic radiations of the temporal lobe and implications for surgical approaches to the temporal horn. Journal of Neurosurgery 101(5): 739-746
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Bürgel, U.; Amunts, K.; Hoemke, L.; Mohlberg, H.; Gilsbach, J.M.; Zilles, K. 2006: White matter fiber tracts of the human brain: three-dimensional mapping at microscopic resolution, topography and intersubject variability. Neuroimage 29(4): 1092-1105
Mitelman, S.A.; Newmark, R.E.; Torosjan, Y.; Chu, K.-W.; Brickman, A.M.; Haznedar, M.M.; Hazlett, E.A.; Tang, C.Y.; Shihabuddin, L.; Buchsbaum, M.S. 2006: White matter fractional anisotropy and outcome in schizophrenia. Schizophrenia Research 87(1-3): 138-159
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Heiden, A.; Kettenbach, J.; Fischer, P.; Schein, B.; Ba-Ssalamah, A.; Frey, R.; Naderi, M.M.; Gulesserian, T.; Schmid, D.; Trattnig, S.; Imhof, H.; Kasper, S. 2005: White matter hyperintensities and chronicity of depression. Journal of Psychiatric Research 39(3): 285-293
Marshall, G.A.; Shchelchkov, E.; Kaufer, D.I.; Ivanco, L.S.; Bohnen, N.I. 2006: White matter hyperintensities and cortical acetylcholinesterase activity in parkinsonian dementia. Acta Neurologica Scandinavica 113(2): 87-91
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Du, A.-T.; Schuff, N.; Chao, L.L.; Kornak, J.; Ezekiel, F.; Jagust, W.J.; Kramer, J.H.; Reed, B.R.; Miller, B.L.; Norman, D.; Chui, H.C.; Weiner, M.W. 2005: White matter lesions are associated with cortical atrophy more than entorhinal and hippocampal atrophy. Neurobiology of Aging 26(4): 553-559
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Fernando, M.S.; Simpson, J.E.; Matthews, F.; Brayne, C.; Lewis, C.E.; Barber, R.; Kalaria, R.N.; Forster, G.; Esteves, F.; Wharton, S.B.; Shaw, P.J.; O'Brien, J.T.; Ince, P.G. 2006: White matter lesions in an unselected cohort of the elderly: molecular pathology suggests origin from chronic hypoperfusion injury. Stroke 37(6): 1391-1398
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Hovden, A-O.; Cox, R.J.; Haaheim, L.R. 2005: Whole influenza virus vaccine is more immunogenic than split influenza virus vaccine and induces primarily an IgG2a response in BALB/c mice. Scandinavian Journal of Immunology 62(1): 36-44
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Ashman, J.B.; Zelefsky, M.J.; Hunt, M.S.; Leibel, S.A.; Fuks, Z. 2005: Whole pelvic radiotherapy for prostate cancer using 3D conformal and intensity-modulated radiotherapy. International Journal of Radiation Oncology Biology Physics 63(3): 765-771
Matsumura, I.; Rowe, L.A. 2005: Whole plasmid mutagenic PCR for directed protein evolution. Biomolecular Engineering 22(1-3): 73-79
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Coulman, K.D.; Liu, Z.; Hum, W.Q.; Michaelides, J.; Thompson, L.U. 2005: Whole sesame seed is as rich a source of mammalian lignan precursors as whole flaxseed. Nutrition and Cancer 52(2): 156-165
Tomlins, S.A.; Mehra, R.; Rhodes, D.R.; Shah, R.B.; Rubin, M.A.; Bruening, E.; Makarov, V.; Chinnaiyan, A.M. 2006: Whole transcriptome amplification for gene expression profiling and development of molecular archives. Neoplasia 8(2): 153-162
Singh, D.; Alexander, J.; Owen, A.; Rustom, R.; Bone, M.; Hammad, A.; Roberts, N.; Park, K.; Pirmohamed, M. 2004: Whole-blood cultures from renal-transplant patients stimulated ex vivo show that the effects of cyclosporine on lymphocyte proliferation are related to P-glycoprotein expression. Transplantation 77(4): 557-561
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Kamel, E.M.; Zwahlen, D.; Wyss, M.T.; Stumpe, K.D.; von Schulthess, G.K.; Steinert, H.C. 2003: Whole-body (18)F-FDG PET improves the management of patients with small cell lung cancer. Journal of Nuclear Medicine: Official Publication Society of Nuclear Medicine 44(12): 1911-1917
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Lauenstein, T.C.; Goehde, S.C.; Herborn, C.U.; Goyen, M.; Oberhoff, C.; Debatin, Jörg.F.; Ruehm, S.G.; Barkhausen, Jörg. 2004: Whole-body MR imaging: evaluation of patients for metastases. Radiology 233(1): 139-148
Ghanem, N.; Altehoefer, C.; Kelly, T.; Lohrmann, C.; Winterer, J.; Schäfer, O.; Bley, T.A.; Moser, E.; Langer, M. 2006: Whole-body MRI in comparison to skeletal scintigraphy in detection of skeletal metastases in patients with solid tumors. In Vivo 20(1): 173-182
Gorospe, L.; Raman, S.; Echeveste, J.; Avril, N.; Herrero, Y.; Herna Ndez, S. 2005: Whole-body PET/CT: spectrum of physiological variants, artifacts and interpretative pitfalls in cancer patients. Nuclear Medicine Communications 26(8): 671-687
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Smith, D.; D'Argy, R.; Nilsson, M.; Yrlid, U.; de Jersey, J.; Björck, L.; Wick, M.J. 2004: Whole-body autoradiography reveals that the Peptostreptococcus magnus immunoglobulin-binding domains of protein L preferentially target B lymphocytes in the spleen and lymph nodes in vivo. Cellular Microbiology 6(7): 609-623
Tipre, D.N.; Fujita, M.; Chin, F.T.; Seneca, N.; Vines, D.; Liow, J-San.; Pike, V.W.; Innis, R.B. 2004: Whole-body biodistribution and radiation dosimetry estimates for the PET dopamine transporter probe 18F-FECNT in non-human primates. Nuclear Medicine Communications 25(7): 737-742
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King, W.V.; Berlinsky, D.L. 2006: Whole-body corticosteroid and plasma cortisol concentrations in larval and juvenile Atlantic cod Gadus morhua L. following acute stress. Aquaculture Research 37(13): 1282-1289
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Shankaran, S.; Laptook, A.R.; Ehrenkranz, R.A.; Tyson, J.E.; McDonald, S.A.; Donovan, E.F.; Fanaroff, A.A.; Poole, W.Kenneth.; Wright, L.L.; Higgins, R.D.; Finer, N.N.; Carlo, W.A.; Duara, S.; Oh, W.; Cotten, C.Michael.; Stevenson, D.K.; Stoll, B.J.; Lemons, J.A.; Guillet, R.; Jobe, A.H. 2005: Whole-body hypothermia for neonates with hypoxic-ischemic encephalopathy. New England Journal of Medicine 353(15): 1574-1584
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Abraham, W.M.; Ahmed, A.; Serebriakov, I.; Lauredo, I.T.; Bassuk, J.; Adams, J.A.; Sackner, M.A. 2006: Whole-body periodic acceleration modifies experimental asthma in sheep. American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine 174(7): 743-752
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Kittusamy, N.Kumar.; Buchholz, B. 2004: Whole-body vibration and postural stress among operators of construction equipment: a literature review. Journal of Safety Research 35(3): 255-261
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Talagala, S.L.; Ye, F.Q.; Ledden, P.J.; Chesnick, S. 2004: Whole-brain 3D perfusion MRi at 3.0 T using CASL with a separate labeling coil. Magnetic Resonance in Medicine 52(1): 131-140
Vrenken, H.; Geurts, J.J.G.; Knol, D.L.; van Dijk, L.Noor.; Dattola, V.; Jasperse, B.; van Schijndel, R.A.; Polman, C.H.; Castelijns, J.A.; Barkhof, F.; Pouwels, P.J.W. 2006: Whole-brain T1 mapping in multiple sclerosis: global changes of normal-appearing gray and white matter. Radiology 240(3): 811-820
Rugg-Gunn, F.J.; Boulby, P.A.; Symms, M.R.; Barker, G.J.; Duncan, J.S. 2005: Whole-brain T2 mapping demonstrates occult abnormalities in focal epilepsy. Neurology 64(2): 318-325
Shanmuganathan, K.; Gullapalli, R.P.; Mirvis, S.E.; Roys, S.; Murthy, P. 2004: Whole-brain apparent diffusion coefficient in traumatic brain injury: correlation with Glasgow Coma Scale score. Ajnr. American Journal of Neuroradiology 25(4): 539-544
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Horsfield, M.A.; Rovaris, M.; Rocca, M.A.; Rossi, P.; Benedict, R.H.B.; Filippi, M.; Bakshi, R. 2003: Whole-brain atrophy in multiple sclerosis measured by two segmentation processes from various MRI sequences. Journal of the Neurological Sciences 216(1): 169-177
Xu, Y.; Oz, G.; LaNoue, K.F.; Keiger, C.J.; Berkich, D.A.; Gruetter, R.; Hutson, S.H. 2004: Whole-brain glutamate metabolism evaluated by steady-state kinetics using a double-isotope procedure: effects of gabapentin. Journal of Neurochemistry 90(5): 1104-1116
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Laack, N.N.; Ballman, K.V.; Brown, P.B.; O'Neill, B.P. 2006: Whole-brain radiotherapy and high-dose methylprednisolone for elderly patients with primary central nervous system lymphoma: Results of North Central Cancer Treatment Group (NCCTG) 96-73-51. International Journal of Radiation Oncology Biology Physics 65(5): 1429-1439
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Huang-Jia-Quan; Wang-Gao-Hong; Li-Dun-Hai; Liu-Yong-Ding; Yin-Li-Yan 2004: Whole-ceilPCR to identify Anabaena species and strains. Acta Hydrobiologica Sinica 28(2): 159-162
Wayne, N.L.; Kuwahara, K.; Aida, K.; Nagahama, Y.; Okubo, K. 2005: Whole-cell electrophysiology of gonadotropin-releasing hormone neurons that express green fluorescent protein in the terminal nerve of transgenic medaka (Oryzias latipes). Biology of Reproduction 73(6): 1228-1234
Saint-Amant, L.; Drapeau, P. 2003: Whole-cell patch-clamp recordings from identified spinal neurons in the zebrafish embryo. Methods in Cell Science: An Official Journal of the Society for in Vitro Biology 25(1-2): 59-64
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Chrachri, A.; Nelson, L.; Williamson, R. 2005: Whole-cell recording of light-evoked photoreceptor responses in a slice preparation of the cuttlefish retina. Visual Neuroscience 22(3): 359-370
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Hulf, T.; Bellosta, P.; Furrer, M.; Steiger, D.; Svensson, D.; Barbour, A.; Gallant, P. 2005: Whole-genome analysis reveals a strong positional bias of conserved dMyc-dependent E-boxes. Molecular and Cellular Biology 25(9): 3401-3410
Karaoz, U.; Murali, T.M.; Letovsky, S.; Zheng, Y.; Ding, C.; Cantor, C.R.; Kasif, S. 2004: Whole-genome annotation by using evidence integration in functional-linkage networks. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 101(9): 2888-2893
Huang, S.; Wang, S.; Liu, N.; Chen, L.; Oh, C.; Zhao, H. 2005: Whole-genome association analysis to identify markers associated with recombination rates using single-nucleotide polymorphisms and microsatellites. Bmc Genetics 6 Suppl. 1: S51
Namkung, J.; Kim, Y.; Park, T. 2005: Whole-genome association studies of alcoholism with loci linked to schizophrenia susceptibility. Bmc Genetics 6 Suppl. 1: S9
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Zybina, E.V.; Zybina, T.G.; Bogdanova, M.S.; Stein, G.I. 2005: Whole-genome chromosome distribution during nuclear fragmentation of giant trophoblast cells of Microtus rossiaemeridionalis studied with the use of gonosomal chromatin arrangement. Cell Biology International 29(12): 1066-1070
Pritsker, M.; Liu, Y-Chung.; Beer, M.A.; Tavazoie, S. 2004: Whole-genome discovery of transcription factor binding sites by network-level conservation. Genome Research 14(1): 99-108
Gallardo, M., H.; Kausel, G.; Jimenez, A.; Bacquet, C.; Gonzalez, C.; Figueroa, J.; Kohler, N.; Ojeda, R. 2004: Whole-genome duplications in South American desert rodents (Octodontidae). Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 82(4): 443-451
Mamedov, I.Z.; Arzumanyan, E.S.; Amosova, A.L.; Lebedev, Y.B.; Sverdlov, E.D. 2005: Whole-genome experimental identification of insertion/deletion polymorphisms of interspersed repeats by a new general approach. Nucleic Acids Research 33(2): E16
Nguyen, T.N.; Ejaz, A.D.; Brancieri, M.A.; Mikula, A.M.; Nelson, K.E.; Gill, S.R.; Noll, K.M. 2004: Whole-genome expression profiling of Thermotoga maritima in response to growth on sugars in a chemostat. Journal of Bacteriology 186(14): 4824-4828
Pashalidis, S.; Moreira, L.M.; Zaini, P.A.; Campanharo, J.ão.C.; Alves, L.úc.M.C.; Ciapina, L.P.; Vêncio, R.Z.N.; Lemos, E.G.M.; Da Silva, A.M.; Da Silva, A.C.R. 2005: Whole-genome expression profiling of Xylella fastidiosa in response to growth on glucose. Omics: a Journal of Integrative Biology 9(1): 77-90
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Lyne, R.; Burns, G.; Mata, J.; Penkett, C.J.; Rustici, G.; Chen, D.; Langford, C.; Vetrie, D.; Bähler, J.ür. 2003: Whole-genome microarrays of fission yeast: characteristics, accuracy, reproducibility, and processing of array data. Bmc Genomics 4(1): 27
Henz, S.R.; Huson, D.H.; Auch, A.F.; Nieselt-Struwe, K.; Schuster, S.C. 2005: Whole-genome prokaryotic phylogeny. Bioinformatics 21(10): 2329-2335
Alam, I.; Sun, Q.; Liu, L.; Koller, D.L.; Fishburn, T.; Carr, L.G.; Econs, M.J.; Foroud, T.; Turner, C.H. 2005: Whole-genome scan for linkage to bone strength and structure in inbred Fischer 344 and Lewis rats. Journal of Bone and Mineral Research: the Official Journal of the American Society for Bone and Mineral Research 20(9): 1589-1596
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Takeuchi, F.; Watanabe, S.; Baba, T.; Yuzawa, H.; Ito, T.; Morimoto, Y.; Kuroda, M.; Cui, L.; Takahashi, M.; Ankai, A.; Baba, S-ichi.; Fukui, S.; Lee, J.C.; Hiramatsu, K. 2005: Whole-genome sequencing of staphylococcus haemolyticus uncovers the extreme plasticity of its genome and the evolution of human-colonizing staphylococcal species. Journal of Bacteriology 187(21): 7292-7308
Dittmer, D.P.; Gonzalez, C.M.; Vahrson, W.; DeWire, S.M.; Hines-Boykin, R.; Damania, B. 2005: Whole-genome transcription profiling of rhesus monkey rhadinovirus. Journal of Virology 79(13): 8637-8650
Beller, H.R.; Letain, T.E.; Chakicherla, A.; Kane, S.R.; Legler, T.C.; Coleman, M.A. 2006: Whole-genome transcriptional analysis of chemolithoautotrophic thiosulfate oxidation by Thiobacillus denitrificans under aerobic versus denitrifying conditions. Journal of Bacteriology 188(19): 7005-7015
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Takase, B.; Nagata, M.; Kihara, T.; Kameyawa, A.; Noya, K.; Matsui, T.; Ohsuzu, F.; Ishihara, M.; Kurita, A. 2004: Whole-heart dipyridamole stress first-pass myocardial perfusion MRi for the detection of coronary artery disease. Japanese Heart Journal 45(3): 475-486
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Pesah, Y.; Burgess, H.; Middlebrooks, B.; Ronningen, K.; Prosser, J.; Tirunagaru, V.; Zysk, J.; Mardon, G. 2005: Whole-mount analysis reveals normal numbers of dopaminergic neurons following misexpression of alpha-Synuclein in Drosophila. Genesis 41(4): 154-159
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