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1. Development of a Video Network for Efficient Dissemination of the Graphical Images in a Collaborative Environment.


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2. Einwand gegen die Ableitung der Banalität des Bösen in der moderneren Moderne aus der Verwechslung von Kunst und Politik bei Jean Clair


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3. Absence of mutations in the functional parts of the p120-GAP gene in carcinogen-induced mouse liver tumors


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4. Lanchester Theory and the Fate of Armed Revolts


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5. Sphingosine 1-phosphate to p38 signaling via S1P1 receptor and Gαi/o evokes augmentation of capsaicin-induced ionic currents in mouse sensory neurons

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6. Cellular re- and de-programming by microenvironmental memory: why short TGF-β1 pulses can have long effects

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7. Atmospheric Ionizing Radiation from Galactic and Solar Cosmic Rays

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8. The tumour promoters dieldrin and phenobarbital increase the frequency of c-Ha-ras wild-type, but not of c-Ha-ras mutated focal liver lesions in male C3H/He mice


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9. Cellular re- and de-programming by microenvironmental memory: why short TGF-β1 pulses can have long effects

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10. Sphingosine 1-phosphate to p38 signaling via S1P1 receptor and Gαi/o evokes augmentation of capsaicin-induced ionic currents in mouse sensory neurons

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