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1. Neurofunktionelle Grundlagen des assoziativen Lernens und des Gedächtnisses bei der Posttraumatischen Belastungsstörung


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2. < > new melanoma, a novel model for disease progression


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3. Clinical Nephrology - Lab methods and other markers


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4. CAG repeat expansion in Huntington disease determines age at onset in a fully dominant fashion

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5. The PLATO 2.0 mission


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6. Discrepancies in reporting the CAG repeat lengths for Huntington's disease.

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7. Discrepancies in reporting the CAG repeat lengths for Huntington's disease.

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8. Observing Huntington's disease : the European Huntington's Disease Network's REGISTRY


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9. NMDA receptor gene variations as modifiers in Huntington disease: a replication study.

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10. NMDA receptor gene variations as modifiers in Huntington disease: a replication study.

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