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Kaposi Sarcoma in HIV Infected Patients

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Synthesis and Characterization of Platinum (IV) complexes with S-alkyl Derivatives of Thiosalicylic Acid and the Crystal Structure of the S-butyl Derivative of Thiosalicylic Acid

C, Gagliardi A, Moliterni AG. Polidori G, Spagna R, Sir97: A New Program For Solving and Refining Crystal Structures, Istituto di Ricerca per lo Sviluppo di Metodologie Cristallografiche CNR, Bari (1997); (b) Altomare A, Burla MC, Cavalli M, Cascarano G, Giacovazzo C, Gagliardi A, Moliterni GG, Polidori G, Spagna R, SIR97: a new tool for crystal structure determination and refinement. J Appl Cryst. 1999; 32: 115-119. 19. Sheldrick GM. SHELXS-97 and SHELXL-97. Programs for solution and refinement of crystal structures from diffraction data

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The Free Radical Theory of Aging In Search of a Strategy for Increasing Life Span / Свободнорадикальная Теория О Старении В Поиске Стратегии Увеличить Продолжительность Жизни

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Macroeconomic Policy Impact On Oncology-Related Public Expenditure In An Emerging European Market – Signs Of Early Recovery

.pdf (2012). (Accessed 30 August 2013) 21. Chiesa F, Tradati N, Calabrese L, Gibelli B, Giugliano G, Paganelli G, et al. Thyroid disease in northern Italian children born around the time of the Chernobyl nuclear accident. Ann Oncol 2004; 15(12):1842-6. 22. Papathanasiou K, Gianoulis C, Tolikas A, Dovas D, Koutsos J, Fragkedakis N, et al. Effect of depleted uranium weapons used in the Balkan war on the incidence of cervical intraepithelial neoplasia (CIN) and invasive cancer of the cervix in Greece. Clinical and Experimental Obstetrics & Gynecology 2005

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The Role of Autophagy in Immunity and Autoimmune Diseases / Uloga Autofagije U Imunskom Odgovoru I Autoimunskim Bolestima

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Evaluation Of Potential Cytotoxic Effects Of Herbal Extracts

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Forensic anthropology and human identification

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Human therapeutic cloning, pitfalls and lack luster because of rapid developments in induced pluripotent stem cell technology

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Relationship between vitamin D receptor gene polymorphisms and anemia in postmenopausal Vietnamese women

-directed mutagenesis define the key points of interaction between the ligand-binding domain of the vitamin D nuclear receptor and 1R,25-dihydroxyvitamin. Biochemistry. 2000; 39:12162-71. 5. Bhanushali AA, Lajpal N, Kulkarni SS, Chavan SS, Bagadi SS, Das BR. Frequency of fokI and taqI polymorphism of vitamin D receptor gene in Indian population and its association with 25-hydroxyvitamin D levels. Indian J Hum Genet. 2009; 15:108-13. 6. Uitterlinden AG, Fang Y, van Meurs JB, Pols HA, Van Leeuwen JP. Genetics and biology of vitamin D receptor

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Foreign medical practitioners: requirements for medical practice and postgraduate training in Thailand under ASEAN Economic Community liberalization in 2015

) psychiatry, (2) child and adolescent psychiatry, (3) forensic medicine, (4) anatomical pathology, (5) clinical pathology, (6) general pathology, (7) therapeutic radiology and oncology, (8) family medicine, (9) emergency medicine, (10) nuclear medicine, (11) oncology, and (12) hematology. Internship experience is not required for application in these fields and applicants in this category can begin their training as early as the year following graduation. The duration of training is normally 3 years, except for 4-year training programs in child and adolescent psychiatry

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