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Impact of Different Variables on Recovery Time in Patients Receiving Hemodialysis

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A case study on service recovery: Frontline employees’ perspectives and the role of empowerment

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Heart Rate and Oxygen Uptake Recovery and the Level of Aerobic Capacity in Mountain Bikers

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Phosphorus recovery from waste - methods review

A., Takiguchi N., Gotanda T., Nomura K., Kato J., Ikeda T., Ohtake H.: A simple method to release polyphosphate from activated sludge for phosphorus reuse and recycling. Biotech. Bioeng. , 2002 , 78, 3, 333 - 338. Morohoshi T., Maruo T., Shirai Y., Kato J., Ikeda T., Takiguchi N., Ohtake H., Kuroda A.: Accumulation of inorganic polyphosphate in phoU mutants of Escherichia coli and Synechocystis sp. Strain PCC6803. Appl. Environ. Microbiol. , 2002 , 68, 8, 4107 - 4110. Phosphate recovery and removal from

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Insight and recovery and the stigma of mental illness - analysis of the phenomenon of insight in schizophrenia and its correlations with the processes of stigma and self-stigma

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The Effect of Different Recovery Duration on Repeated Anaerobic Performance in Elite Cyclists

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Aviation Crew Recovery Experiences on Outstations

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Service Recovery Strategies versus Customers’ Expectations, Race for Sustainability: a Qualitative Study on Micro Brands

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Changes in Plasma Potassium During Graded Aerobic Exercise and Two Hours of Recovery

f.html#sec12-ch156-ch156f-805 Lindinger M, Heigenhauser G, McKelvie R, Jones N. Blood ion regulation during repeated maximal exercise and recovery in humans. Am J Physiol Regulatory Integrative Comp Physiol, 1992. 262: 126-136 Kato T, Tsukanaka A, Harada T, Kosaka M, Matsui N. Effects of hypercapnia on changes in blood pH, plasma lactate, and ammonia due to exercise. Eur J Appl Physiol, 2005. 95:400-8 Lindinger M, Spriet L, Hultman E, et. al. Plasma volume and ion regulation during

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Effect of Different Types of Recovery on Blood Lactate Removal After Maximum Exercise

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