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Reflex inhibition following electrical stimulation over muscle tendons in man

Transcranial direct current stimulation treatment protocols: should stimulus intensity be constant or incremental over multiple sessions?

Subthreshold low-frequency repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation over the premotor cortex modulates writer's cramp

Transcranial magnetic stimulation over the posterior cerebellum during smooth pursuit eye movements in man.

Effects of magnetic stimulation over supplementary motor area on movement in Parkinson's disease

Disruption of Locomotor Adaptation with Repetitive Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation Over the Motor Cortex

Prediction of over-response to ovarian stimulation in an intrauterine insemination programme

Priming Frequencies of Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation over Wernicke's Area Modulate Word Detection

Theta-Burst Stimulation over Human Frontal Cortex Distorts Perceptual Stability across Eye Movements

Stimulation of the left ventricle through the coronary sinus with a newly developed ‘over the wire’ lead system — early experiences with lead handling and positioning

P-077 Cross-over amiodarone vs sotalol in ICD patients — prognostic value of programmed ventricular stimulation

Stimulation over the human supplementary motor area interferes with the organization of future elements in complex motor sequences.

Electrical stimulation over muscle tendons in humans. Evidence favouring presynaptic inhibition of Ia fibres due to the activation of group III tendon afferents.

The effects of transcranial magnetic stimulation over the dorsolateral prefrontal cortex on suppression of habitual counting during random number generation.

Circulating progesterone levels and ongoing pregnancy rates in controlled ovarian stimulation cycles for in vitro fertilization: analysis of over 4000 cycles

WSX-1 over-expression in CD4+ T cells leads to hyperproliferation and cytokine hyperproduction in response to TCR stimulation

 

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In Keynesian economics this is the adoption of monetary and fiscal policies that increase the level of effective demand so far that inflation begins to speed up, or substantial balance-of-trade deficits occur.

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