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Response Strategies Elsewhere in Northern Europe and a Comparison of the Response Capacity of National Models

Repeated vital capacity manoeuvres after cardiopulmonary bypass: effects on lung function in a pig model.

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Reproductive capacity of sperm obtained after germ cell transplantation in a mouse model

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A Conceptual Model and Assessment Template for Capacity Evaluation in Adult Guardianship

Transferable Capacity for Gastrointestinal Colonization in Enterococcus faecium in a Mouse Model

Institutional design for community economic development models: Issues of opportunity and capacity

Use of exercise capacity to improve SCORE risk prediction model in asymptomatic adults

Changes in forced vital capacity over time in systemic sclerosis: application of group-based trajectory modelling

A Model of Operational Slack: The Short-Run, Medium-Run, and Long-Run Consequences of Limited Attention Capacity

Social mix and encounter capacity – a pragmatic social model for a new downtown: the example of HafenCity Hamburg

 

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A model of attention based on the notion that each person has a limited space in the central nervous system for information processing.

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