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1. Einfluss von Immunsuppressiva auf die Endothelfunktion und Interaktion von Dendritischen Zellen mit Endothelzellen.


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2. Experimental Results and Integrated Modeling of Bacterial Growth on an Insoluble Hydrophobic Substrate (Phenanthrene)

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3. Non-extractable residues (NER) from xenobiotics in soil : a new classification and relevance in the risk assessment


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4. Cardioprotection evoked by remote ischaemic preconditioning is critically dependent on the activity of vagal pre-ganglionic neurones

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5. Cardioprotection evoked by remote ischaemic preconditioning is critically dependent on the activity of vagal pre-ganglionic neurones


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6. Cardioprotection evoked by remote ischaemic preconditioning is critically dependent on the activity of vagal preganglionic neurones


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7. Cardioprotection evoked by remote ischaemic preconditioning is critically dependent on the activity of vagal pre-ganglionic neurones


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8. Cardioprotection evoked by remote ischaemic preconditioning is critically dependent on the activity of vagal pre-ganglionic neurones


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9. Classification and modelling of non-extractable residue (NER) formation from xenobiotics in soil – a synthesis


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10. Classification and Modelling of Nonextractable Residue (NER) Formation of Xenobiotics in Soil - A Synthesis


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