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1. Both growth hormone and exogenous glutamine increase gastrointestinal glutamine uptake in trauma.

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2. Mutagenicity in Emissions from Coaland Oil-Fired Boilers

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3. Towards a true prevalence of peptic ulcer: the Sørreisa gastrointestinal disorder study.

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4. Towards a true prevalence of peptic ulcer: the Sorreisa gastrointestinal disorder study.


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5. Growth hormone and insulinlike growth factor 1 promote intestinal uptake and hepatic release of glutamine in sepsis.

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6. Investigation of diode-pumped 2.8-µm laser performance in Er:BaY2F8


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7. The association of early post-transplant glucose levels with long-term mortality

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8. The association of early post-transplant glucose levels with long-term mortality

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9. Glutamine: a major gluconeogenic precursor and vehicle for interorgan carbon transport in man.

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10. Results of a direct search using synchrotron radiation for the low-energy $^{229}$Th nuclear isomeric transition


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