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1. Screening for secondary causes of hyperlipidaemia in general practice. History should be considered before screening.

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2. Protein kinase C pathways modulate respiratory pattern generation in the cat.

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3. ATP-sensitive K+ channels are functional in expiratory neurones of normoxic cats.

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4. Differentiation potential and ectopic cartilage formation capacity of human mesenchymal stem cells derived from bone marrow, adipose tissue and synovium

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5. Causal link between low cholesterol and cancer is unlikely.

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6. Gelartige Matrixmaterialien unterstützen die chondrogene Differenzierung mesenchymaler Stammzellen in vitro und verbessern die in vivo Stabilität ektoper Transplantate


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7. Polymer Dynamics in responsive microgels: influence of cononsolvency and microgel architecture


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8. Polymer Dynamics in responsive microgels: influence of cononsolvency and microgel architecture


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9. Blockade of synaptic inhibition within the pre-Bötzinger complex in the cat suppresses respiratory rhythm generation in vivo

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10. Hyperphosphorylation of N-60, a protein structurally and immunologically related to nucleolin after tumour-promoter treatment.

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