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alpha function n.

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The Dose Response Function of Alpha-Al2O3:C Under Isothermal Decay Conditions

Involvement of Tumor Necrosis Factor Alpha in Hippocampal Development and Function

Regulation of the catalytic function of topoisomerase II alpha through association with RNA

Prediction of Function Divergence in Protein Families Using the Substitution Rate Variation Parameter Alpha

Analysis of PPAR alpha function in human kidney cell line using siRNA

Vascular alpha-2 adrenoceptor function is decreased in rats with congestive heart failure

185 Abnormal electrical function of the heart caused by loss of integrin alpha 7 gene

A Comparative View of Alpha Crystallins: The contribution of comparative studies to understanding function1

Does the IL-2 receptor alpha chain induced on dendritic cells have a biological function?

A discriminatory function for prediction of protein–DNA interactions based on alpha shape modeling

Pharmacological preconditioning with monophosphoryl lipid A improves post ischemicdiastolic function and modifies TNF-alpha synthesis

Astrometric and photometric initial mass functions from the UKIDSS Galactic Clusters Survey – II. The Alpha Persei open cluster

Identification and validation of the pathways and functions regulated by the orphan nuclear receptor, ROR alpha1, in skeletal muscle

Inhibition of p38 MAPK decreases myocardial TNF-alpha expression and improves myocardial function and survival in endotoxemia

108 Quinapril improves flow mediated dilatation (FMD) in patients with impaired cardiac function; correlation between FMD, CRP and TNF-alpha

Alpha-synuclein functions in the nucleus to protect against hydroxyurea-induced replication stress in yeast

Versatility of global transcriptional regulators in alpha-Proteobacteria: from essential cell cycle control to ancillary functions

 

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In psychoanalysis, a term introduced by the Indian-born British psychoanalyst Wilfred R(uprecht) Bion (1897–1979) to denote the process whereby the raw material of sensory experience, namely beta elements, are transformed into elements suitable for mental ‘digestion’ in the form of alpha elements.

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