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1. Modellierung von Ausscheidungsprozessen in Stählen am Beispiel von Mangansulfid, Niobcarbonitrid und Eisencarbid


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2. Modelling of manganese sulphide formation during solidification. Part 1: Description of MnS formation parameters


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3. Minireactor-based high-throughput temperature profiling for the optimization of microbial and enzymatic processes

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5. Minireactor-based high-throughput temperature profiling for the optimization of microbial and enzymatic processes


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6. Modelling of the high-temperature ductility properties during solidification of austenitic stainless steel


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7. Phenotyping the quality of complex medium components by simple online-monitored shake flask experiments

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8. Phenotyping the quality of complex medium components by simple online-monitored shake flask experiments


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9. Phenotyping the quality of complex medium components by simple online-monitored shake flask experiments

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10. Methylation of the Cyclin A1 Promoter Correlates with Gene Silencing in Somatic Cell Lines, while Tissue-Specific Expression of Cyclin A1 Is Methylation Independent

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