Scopes reduction for blocks of finite alternating groups
RELATING SIMPLE MODULES IN WEIGHT 2 BLOCKS OF SYMMETRIC GROUPS
On weight three blocks of symmetric groups in characteristic three
Extending Brauer's Height Zero Conjecture to Blocks with Nonabelian Defect Groups
BASIC MORITA EQUIVALENCES AND A CONJECTURE OF SASAKI FOR COHOMOLOGY OF BLOCK ALGEBRAS OF FINITE GROUPS
Reversal of profound rocuronium block monitored in three muscle groups with sugammadex in ponies
Weight 2 Blocks of General Linear Groups and Modular Alvis–Curtis Duality
Characters of Positive Height in Blocks of Finite Quasi-Simple Groups
Toward the Development of an Antidisease, Transmission-Blocking Intranasal Vaccine for Group A Streptococcus
Synthesis of four colors fluorescently labelled 3′-O-blocked nucleotides with fluoride cleavable blocking group and linker for array based Sequencing-by-Synthesis applications
Spontaneous and spindle poison-induced micronuclei and chromosome non-disjunction in cytokinesis-blocked lymphocytes from two age groups of women
Stress echocardiography in special groups: In women, in left bundle branch block, in hypertension and after heart transplantation
Human Milk Contains Elements That Block Binding of Noroviruses to Human Histo—Blood Group Antigens in Saliva
The First Meeting of the WHO Guideline Development Group for the Revision of the WHO 1999 Guidelines for Iodine Thyroid Blocking
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1or protecting group a chemical group, often easily removable, that is substituted into a reactive part of a molecule to prevent its participation in subsequent chemical or enzymic reactions occurring at another part of the molecule.
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