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Regulatory issues in management of chemicals in OECD member countries
Design of bone-integrating organic-inorganic composite suitable for bone repair
Surgery for deep infiltrating endometriosis: Technique and rationale
Cardioprotective effect of melatonin against ischaemia/reperfusion damage
What does the clinician need from an andrology laboratory?
Rapid dopamine dynamics in the accumbens core and shell: Learning and action
Experimental models of lung transplantation
Cognitive impairment and dementia in bipolar disorder
Improved techniques for examining rapid dopamine signaling with iontophoresis
Regenerative strategies for preserving and restoring cardiac function
Semen hyperviscosity: causes, consequences, and cures
C-peptide in diabetes diagnosis and therapy
MicroRNAs in the cancer clinic
Gene delivery with viral vectors for cerebrovascular diseases
Is the H4 receptor a new drug target for allergies and asthma?
Genetics of familial and sporadic Alzheimer’s disease
How hantaviruses modulate cellular pathways for efficient replication?
PET/CT in the imaging of ovarian Cancer
Hematopoietic modulators as potential agents for the treatment of leukemia
Vascular endothelial cells and dysfunctions: role of melatonin
Obesity-associated endometrial and cervical cancers
Sphingolipid signaling in yeast: potential implications for understanding disease
The molecular pathogenesis of cholestasis in sepsis
Intrinsic toll-like receptor signalling drives regulatory function in B cells
Regulation of hepatocarcinogenesis by microRNAs
Microtechnology-based three-dimensional spheroid formation
Proteins mediating the Neospora caninum-host cell interaction as targets for vaccination
Human neuromelanin: an endogenous microglial activator for dopaminergic neuron death