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Freedericksz transitions in circular toroidal layers of smectic C liquid crystals

Stability of Domain Walls in Cylindrical Layers of Smectic C Liquid Crystals

Can We Ever See the Speaker's Coordinates in the C‐layer?

Investigations on Permeation of Mitomycin C Through Double Layers of Natural Rubber Gloves

Beta Dosimetry Using Thin Layer a-Al2O3:C TL Detectors

A Thin-Layer Al2O3:C Beta TL Detector

The abundance of nahAc genes correlates with the 14C-naphthalene mineralization potential in petroleum hydrocarbon-contaminated oxic soil layers

ARX Regulates Cortical Intermediate Progenitor Cell Expansion and Upper Layer Neuron Formation Through Repression of Cdkn1c

STUDY ON THE INFLUENCE OF THE B4C LAYER THICKNESS ON THE NEUTRON FLUX AND ENERGY DISTRIBUTION SHAPE IN MULTI-ELECTRODE IONISATION CHAMBER

Human amniotic epithelial cell feeder layers maintain mouse embryonic stem cell pluripotency via epigenetic regulation of the c-Myc promoter

Absence of Donor-Derived Zona Pellucida Protein C Homolog in the Inner Perivitelline Layer of Peking Duck (Anas platyrhynchos)-Japanese Quail (Coturnix coturnix japonica) Chimeras (Duails)1

Isolation of a cDNA Encoding the Motor Domain of Nonmuscle Myosin Which Is Specifically Expressed in the Mantle Pallial Cell Layer of Scallop (Patinopecten yessoensis)

Thin Layer a-Al2O3:C Beta Dosemeters for the Assessment of Current Dose Rate in Teeth due to 90Sr Intake and Comparison with Electron Paramagnetic Resonance Dosimetry

A recombinant bacterial cell surface (S-layer)-major birch pollen allergen-fusion protein (rSbsC/Bet v1) maintains the ability to self-assemble into regularly structured monomolecular lattices and the functionality of the allergen

 

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The lower part of the upper mantle of the Earth, between about 370 and 720 km depth, within which there are several strong seismic-velocity gradients thought to correspond with mineralogical phase changes.

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