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1. „Wir übernehmen jeden Fall!“ Anmerkung zum Urteil des BGH HRRS 2009 Nr. 717 unter Berücksichtigung von BVerfG HRRS 2009 Nr. 1116


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2. Die Bedeutung der Endozytose für die proteolytische Spaltung des Amyloid Precursor Proteins


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3. Gebrochenes Schweigen ; Körper, Gewalt und Erinnerung in der zimbabwischen Literatur der 90er Jahre

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4. Quantitation of Diltiazem in Human Cardiac Tissue Using High-Performance Liquid Chromatography


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5. Isolation of human simple repeat loci by hybridization selection


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6. Joint information and identification system for the recovery of european post consumer carpet waste


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7. Vascular transmigration of synovial fibroblasts from patients with rheumatoid arthritis is influenced by extracellular RNA/DNA and the type of endothelial cells


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8. Characterization of a Temperature-Sensitive Vertebrate Clathrin Heavy Chain Mutant as a Tool to Study Clathrin-Dependent Events In Vivo

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9. Characterization of a Temperature-Sensitive Vertebrate Clathrin Heavy Chain Mutant as a Tool to Study Clathrin-Dependent Events In Vivo


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10. Receptor mechanisms involved in the 5-HT-induced inotropic action in the rat isolated atrium

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