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1. FDI and spillovers in China: non-linearity and absorptive capacity


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2. der Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München DnaK Functions as a Central Hub in the E. coli Chaperone Network

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3. Study on the Relativity between Airborne Microbes and Environmental Factors in Pearl River Delta’ Urban Agglomeration, Guangdong


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4. DnaK Functions as a Central Hub in the E. coli Chaperone Network


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5. Two Mutations Impair the Stability and Function of Ubiquitin-Activating Enzyme (E1)

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6. The Research of Mathematical Method and Position Control of Actuator in Power Switchgear


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7. Nitrogen anabolism underlies the importance of glutaminolysis in proliferating cells

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8. FDI and Spillovers in China ; Non-linearity and Absorptive Capacity


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9. FDI AND SPILLOVERS IN CHINA: NON-LINEARITY AND ABSORPTIVE CAPACITY


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10. FDI and spillovers in China : non-linearity and absorptive capacity


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