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1. The domain matrix method: a new calculation scheme for diffraction profiles


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2. Calcium acetate versus calcium carbonate as phosphate-binding agents in chronic haemodialysis


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3. The clinical manifestation of mental disorder in Huntington's disease: a retrospective case record study of disease progression.


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4. Dimer bond geometry in D/Ge(100)-(2×1): A low-energy electron-diffraction structure analysis


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5. Adsorption induced reconstruction of the Cu(110) surface


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6. The signal transducer gp130: solution structure of the carboxy-terminal domain of the cytokine receptor homology region.

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7. Fundholding and prescribing. Reorganisation of prescribing practices should not be delayed.

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8. Signal transducer gp130: biochemical characterization of the three membrane-proximal extracellular domains and evaluation of their oligomerization potential.

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9. Anisotropic roughening of vicinally miscut Ag(110): X-ray-reflection profile analysis using the domain-matrix method


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10. The signal transducer gp130 : solution structure of the carboxy-terminal domain of the cytokine receptor homology region

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