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1. Der Proteasominhibitor S-2209 induziert Apoptose und Zellwachstumsarrest in Multiplen Myelomzellen


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2. Erworbene Herzklappenfehler


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3. Thrombolysis is an appropriate treatment in lead-associated infective endocarditis with giant vegetations located on the right atrial lead


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4. Thrombolysis is an appropriate treatment in lead-associated infective endocarditis with giant vegetations located on the right atrial lead

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5. Erworbene Herzklappenfehler


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6. Alternative Ansätze zur Bestimmung der klinischen Relevanz einer veränderten Plättchenreaktivität


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7. Massive haemoptysis in an intravenous drug user with infective tricuspid valve endocarditis


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8. Massive haemoptysis in an intravenous drug user with infective tricuspid valve endocarditis

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9. Alternative Ansätze zur Bestimmung der klinischen Relevanz einer veränderten Plättchenreaktivität


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10. Impact of antithrombotic treatment on short-term outcomes after percutaneous coronary intervention for left main disease: a pooled analysis from REPLACE-2, ACUITY, and...


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