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Heterogeneous nuclear ribonucleoprotein G‐T (HNRNP G‐T) mutations in men with impaired spermatogenesis

David G. Hackett. That Religion in Which All Men Agree: Freemasonry in American Culture.

Virologic Correlates of Anti-CMV IgG Levels in HIV-1–Infected Men

G5 Ephippus fr.15, from Men Who Looked Like One Another or Spitbearers

Prevalence of the HOXB13 G84E germline mutation in British men and correlation with prostate cancer risk, tumour characteristics and clinical outcomes

Jane G. V. McGaughey. Ulster's Men: Protestant Unionist Masculinities and Militarization in the North of Ireland, 1912–1923.

‘Out With the Warrants, Set On the G Men, Roll Up the Black Marias, Fill Up the Jails’ June 1918–July 1919

A Novel Germline Mutation, 1793delG, of the MEN1 Gene Underlying Multiple Endocrine Neoplasia Type 1

Detection of the Hepatitis G Virus Genome among Injecting Drug Users, Homosexual and Bisexual Men, and Blood Donors

Absence of Hepatitis C Virus and Detection of Hepatitis G Virus/GB Virus C RNA Sequences in the Semen of Infected Men

P405Effects of electromagnetic radiation on the microwave range excretion 8-oxoG in men with hypertension

Microbiological efficacy and tolerability of a single-dose regimen of 1 g of ceftriaxone in men with gonococcal urethritis

The interleukin-6 −174 G/C promoter polymorphism is associated with risk of coronary heart disease and systolic blood pressure in healthy men

Bonnie G. Smith. The Gender of History: Men, Women, and Historical Practice. Cambridge: Harvard University Press. 1998. Pp. viii, 306. $35.00

The Gender of History: Men, Women, and Historical Practice. By Bonnie G. Smith. (Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1998. xii, 306 pp. $35.00, ISBN 0-674-34181-3.)

The Gender of History: Men, Women, and the Historical Practice. By Bonnie G. Smith and The Rise of the Professional Woman in France: Gender and Public Administration Since 1830. By Linda L. Clark

 

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