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2. Synthese und Charakterisierung neuartiger Inhibitoren für die humane DNA Methyltransferase DNMT1


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3. A multicomponent strategy to improve the availability of antivenom for treating snakebite envenoming

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4. DNMT1 but not its interaction with the replication machinery is required for maintenance of DNA methylation in human cells

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5. H2O2-producing Lactobacilli Inhibit Gonococci in vitro But Not during Experimental Genital Tract Infection

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6. Hydrogen Peroxide-Producing Lactobacilli Inhibit Gonococci In Vitro but Not during Experimental Genital Tract Infection


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7. The greater black krait (Bungarus niger), a newly recognized cause of neuro-myotoxic snake bite envenoming in Bangladesh


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8. The greater black krait (Bungarus niger), a newly recognized cause of neuro-myotoxic snake bite envenoming in Bangladesh


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9. Snake bite in Chittagong Division, Bangladesh: a study of bitten patients who developed no signs of systemic envenoming.


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10. Snake bite in Chittagong Division, Bangladesh: a study of bitten patients who developed no signs of systemic envenoming.


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