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1. Organotypic CNS Slice Cultures as an in vitro Model for Damage and Repair in Multiple Sclerosis


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2. Organotypic CNS Slice Cultures as an in vitro Model for Damage and Repair in Multiple Sclerosis


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3. Recognition of the Highly Conserved YMDD Region in the Human Immunodeficiency Virus Type 1 Reverse Transcriptase by HLA-A2-Restricted Cytotoxic T Lymphocytes from an...


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4. A modular interface of IL-4 allows for scalable affinity without affecting specificity for the IL-4 receptor


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5. A modular interface of IL-4 allows for scalable affinity without affecting specificity for the IL-4 receptor

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6. A modular interface of IL-4 allows for scalable affinity without affecting specificity for the IL-4 receptor

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7. In vitro activation of peripheral mononuclear cells by zinc in HIV-infected patients and healthy controls.

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8. Force-induced diffusion in microrheology


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9. Pathogen Specificity and Autoimmunity Are Distinct Features of Antigen-Driven Immune Responses in Neuroborreliosis▿

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10. Cardiac-specific overexpression of phospholamban alters calcium kinetics and resultant cardiomyocyte mechanics in transgenic mice.

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