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cumulative effect


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cumulative effect

cumulative effect

The Cumulative Effect of the Appellate Triage Regime

Evidence of a cumulative effect of cardiometabolic disorders at midlife and subsequent cognitive function

Dissecting Discrimination in Refugee Law: an Analysis of its Meaning and its Cumulative Effect

The effect of small intramural uterine fibroids on the cumulative outcome of assisted conception

The Effect of Lifetime Cumulative Adversity and Depressive Symptoms on Functional Status

Effect of protocol-related variables and women's characteristics on the cumulative false-positive risk in breast cancer screening

Replication of GWAS-identified neuroblastoma risk loci strengthens the role of BARD1 and affirms the cumulative effect of genetic variations on disease susceptibility

Effect of endometriosis on IVF/ICSI outcome: stage III/IV endometriosis worsens cumulative pregnancy and live-born rates

Life Course Risks or Cumulative Disadvantage? The Structuring Effect of Social Stratification Determinants and Life Course Events on Poverty Transitions in Europe

ABACUS: an entropy-based cumulative bivariate statistic robust to rare variants and different direction of genotype effect

920 The cumulative effect of risk factors on endothelial dysfunction in patients with chest pain and normal coronary angiogram

Effect Modification of the Association of Cumulative Exposure and Cancer Risk by Intensity of Exposure and Time Since Exposure Cessation: A Flexible Method Applied to Cigarette Smoking and Lung Cancer in the SYNERGY Study

Cumulative effect of complete left bundle-branch block and chronic atrial fibrillation on 1-year mortality and hospitalization in patients with congestive heart failure. A report from the Italian network on congestive heart failure (in-CHF database)

 

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Effects that result from separate, individual actions that collectively become significant over time.

Subjects: Environmental Science.


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