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Social Visions and the Normative Basis of Risks

Stimulating research to improve the scientific basis of risk assessment.

Assessing the Risk of Liquidity Suppliers on the Basis of Excess Demand Intensities

Vascular basis for brain degeneration: faltering controls and risk factors for dementia

Biomarkers of Exposure to 1,3-Butadiene as a Basis for Cancer Risk Assessment

Nonmonotonic Dose-Response Relationships: Mechanistic Basis, Kinetic Modeling, and Implications for Risk Assessment

A genetic risk factor for mouse neural tube defects: defining the embryonic basis

Predicting Risk of Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus with Genetic Risk Models on the Basis of Established Genome-wide Association Markers: A Systematic Review

Treatment choice for locally advanced head and neck cancers on the basis of risk factors: biological risk factors

Concentrations of the Propylene Metabolite Propylene Oxide in Blood of Propylene-Exposed Rats and Humans—a Basis for Risk Assessment

Etiology, Reasons for Hospitalization, Risk Classes, and Outcomes of Community-Acquired Pneumonia in Patients Hospitalized on the Basis of Conventional Admission Criteria

Clostridium difficile—Associated Diseases: Comparison of Symptomatic Infection Versus Carriage on the Basis of Risk Factors, Toxin Production, and Genotyping Results

Refinement of the basis and impact of common 11q23.1 variation to the risk of developing colorectal cancer

Evaluation of Immunological Cross-Reactivity between Clade A9 High-Risk Human Papillomavirus Types on the Basis of E6-Specific CD4+ Memory T Cell Responses

 

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1 The risk associated with changes in the gross redemption yields of a bond.

2 The risk arising from possible changes in the difference between the spot and futures price of a particular commodity, security, etc. It is associated with the use of futures contracts as hedging instruments (see hedge).

Subjects: Economics.


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