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starbench: the D-type expansion of an H ii region

Seismic moment tensor inversion using a 3-D structural model: applications for the Australian region

Geomechanical model of the Marmara Sea region—I. 3-D contemporary kinematics

Geomechanical model of the Marmara Sea region—II. 3-D contemporary background stress field

Seismic imaging of the laterally varying D″ region beneath the Cocos Plate

A 2-D velocity model of the Vrancea region in Romania: prediction of teleseismic waveforms

3-D Kinematics of Water Masers in the W 51A Region

A small functional intramolecular region of NodD was identified by mutation

A eukaryotic-like 3′ untranslated region in Salmonella enterica hilD mRNA

Direct Computation of Multiple 3D Flow Convergence isovelocity Surfaces from Digital 3D Reconstruction of Colour Doppler Data of the Flow Convergence Region: an in vitro Study with Differently Shaped Orifices

Electrical mantle anisotropy and crustal conductor: a 3-D conductivity model of the Rwenzori Region in western Uganda

Stress aligned cracks in the upper crust of the Val d'Agri region as revealed by shear wave splitting

A localized waveform inversion at teleseismic distances: an application to the D″ region beneath the Cocos plate

Combining controlled-source seismology and local earthquake tomography to derive a 3-D crustal model of the western Alpine region

AMI-LA radio continuum observations of Spitzer c2d small clouds and cores: Perseus region*

A 2D multiwavelength study of the ionized gas and stellar population in the giant H ii region NGC 588

 

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The (third) hypervariable region occurring between the V region and the J region in the heavy chains (but not in the light chains) of immunoglobulin molecules. It is coded for by the D (for ‘diversity’) gene segment.

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