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Left bundle branch block as a risk factor for progression to heart failure

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Sacrificing the pulmonary arterial branch to the spared lobe is a risk factor of bronchopleural fistula in sleeve lobectomy after chemoradiotherapy

Clonal Growth of White Clover: Factors Influencing the Viability of Axillary Buds and the Outgrowth of a Viable Bud to Form a Branch

Technical and anatomical factors affecting the size of the branch pulmonary arteries following first-stage Norwood palliation for hypoplastic left heart syndrome

UDP-GlcNAc concentration is an important factor in the biosynthesis of β1,6-branched oligosaccharides: regulation based on the kinetic properties of N-acetylglucosaminyltransferase V

Complete Nucleotide Sequences of the Genes Encoding Translation Elongation Factors 1α and 2 from a microsporidian parasite, Glugea plecoglossi: Implications for the Deepest Branching of Eukaryotes

Branched-chain amino acids regulate insulin-like growth factor-binding protein 1 (IGFBP1) production by decidua and influence trophoblast migration through IGFBP1

Amended structure of side chains in a cell wall mannan from Candida albicans serotype A strain grown in yeast extract-Sabouraud liquid medium under acidic conditions: detection of the branched side chains corresponding to antigenic factor 4

 

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The average number of branches (successors) from a (typical) node in a tree. It indicates the bushiness and hence the complexity of a tree. If a tree branching factor is B, then at depth d there will be approximately Bd nodes.

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