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1. Neuroanatomische Identifizierung funktioneller Neurone im Nucleus abducens des Menschen


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2. A C-Terminal Inhibitory Domain Controls the Activity of p63 by an Intramolecular Mechanism

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3. A C-Terminal Inhibitory Domain Controls the Activity of p63 by an Intramolecular Mechanism

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4. Improvement of multifocal inflammatory lesions by a one year therapy with etanercept in ankylosing spondylitis patients depicted by whole body MRI (WBMRI)


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5. Interreader agreement of an artifact-reduction technique with rotating k-space acquisition (BLADE) for shoulder-MRI


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6. Comparability of tibial cartilage volumetry and T2 relaxation time in 1.5T and 3T scanners of one vendor: what is the impact?


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7. Cartilage adaptations in response to four different bending positions: MRI-based knee joint cartilage volumetric parameters at 3T


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8. Dynamic 3D-MR-angiography for assessing rheumatoid disease of the hand: a feasibility study


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9. The Incidence and Clinical Relevance of Graft Hypertrophy After Matrix-Based Autologous Chondrocyte Implantation

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10. Microwave arcing induced formation and growth mechanisms of core/shell metal/carbon nanoparticles in organic solutions


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