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Salem v Tunisia, Merits, Communication No 269/2005, UN Doc CAT/C/39/D/269/2005, IHRL 2774 (UNCAT 2007), 7th November 2007, Committee Against Torture [CAT]

GK v Switzerland, Merits, Communication No 219/2002, UN Doc CAT/C/30/D/219/2002, IHRL 3316 (UNCAT 2003), 7th May 2003, Committee Against Torture [CAT]

SPA v Canada, Merits, UN Doc CAT/C/37/D/282/2005, IHRL 2898 (UNCAT 2006), 7th November 2006, Committee Against Torture [CAT]

MX v Switzerland, Merits, Communication No 311/2007, UN Doc CAT/C/40/D/311/2007, IHRL 3548 (UNCAT 2008), 7th May 2008, Committee Against Torture [CAT]

403.1. W. 7 June '75. Philip Fisher. Address: To the Reverend Mr. Fisher-Hyde.—Maggs Cat. 262 (1910), extract.

Accelerated Evolution of CES7, a Gene Encoding a Novel Major Urinary Protein in the Cat Family

NM v Switzerland, Merits, Communication No 116/1998, UN Doc CAT/C/24/D/116/1998, (2000) 7 IHRR 976, IHRL 139 (UNCAT 2000), 9th May 2000, Committee Against Torture [CAT]

KT v Switzerland, Merits, Communication No 118/1998, UN Doc CAT/C/23/D/118/1998, (2000) 7 IHRR 972, IHRL 140 (UNCAT 1999), 19th November 1999, Committee Against Torture [CAT]

KM v Switzerland, Merits, Communication No 107/1998, UN Doc CAT/C/23/D/107/1998, (2000) 7 IHRR 967, IHRL 144 (UNCAT 1999), 16th November 1999, Committee Against Torture [CAT]

MAH and FH v Switzerland, Merits, UN Doc CAT/C/51/D/438/2010, IHRL 3861 (UNCAT 2013), 7th November 2013, United Nations General Assembly [UNGA]; Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights [OHCHR]; Committee Against Torture [CAT]

An atypical PMR2 locus is responsible for hypersensitivity to sodium and lithium cations in the laboratory strain Saccharomyces cerevisiae CEN.PK113-7D

Arginine Transport Is Impaired in C57Bl/6 Mouse Macrophages as a Result of a Deletion in the Promoter of Slc7a2 (CAT2), and Susceptibility to Leishmania Infection Is Reduced


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An informal name for ISO/IEC 11801/Class F, a standard for twisted pair cabling. It supports data transfer rates up to 10 Gbps.

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