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Deterioration in Renal Function Is Associated With Increased Arterial Stiffness

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Right ventricular function after brain death: Response to an increased afterload

Evidence for top-heavy stellar initial mass functions with increasing density and decreasing metallicity

Increasing expression level and copy number of a Yarrowia lipolytica plasmid through regulated centromere function

Extending CATH: increasing coverage of the protein structure universe and linking structure with function

Erratum: Evidence for top-heavy stellar initial mass functions with increasing density and decreasing metallicity

C-24Increased Reliance on Executive Functioning during Motor Sequencing in Older Adults

Impact of restrictive fluid balance focused to increase lung procurement on renal function after kidney transplantation

Circulating resistin is increased with decreasing renal function in a general Japanese population: the Hisayama Study

Effects of increased intra-abdominal pressure and volume expansion on renal function in the rat

Impaired renal function is associated with markers of endothelial dysfunction and increased inflammatory activity

Increase in nitric oxide bioavailability improves endothelial function in endothelin‐1 transgenic mice

Controlled expression of cardiac-directed adenylylcyclase type VI provides increased contractile function

Neurally-mediated increase in calcineurin activity regulates cardiac contractile function in absence of hypertrophy

Low-dose erythropoietin improves cardiac function in experimental heart failure without increasing haematocrit

Increased left ventricular systolic function in insulin dependent diabetic patients with normal albumin excretion

 

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A real function f is increasing in or on an interval I if f(x1)≤f(x2) whenever x1 and x2 are in I with x1 < x2. Also, f is strictly increasing if f(x1) < f(x2) whenever x1 < x2.

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