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P700. Genetic polymorphisms in IBD determine response to treatment

P09.02ORTERONEL (TAK-700) AND POSTERIOR REVERSIBLE ENCEPHALOPATHY SYNDROME (PRES)

P700Mitochondrial dysfunction in epicardial adipose tissue; possible role in progression of coronary artery disease

P700Serum levels of endothelin-1, matrix metalloproteinases- 2, - 9 and C- reactive protein in patients with mild and severe degree of arterial hypertension

Structure of the crust and mantle down to 700 km depth beneath the East Qaidam basin and Qilian Shan from P and S receiver functions

P700 Evaluation of location-specific, tissue-associated microbiota in the ileal pouch, terminal ileum and colon in inflammatory bowel disease (IBD)

P700. Incidence and phenotype at diagnosis in very early-onset paediatric inflammatory bowel disease: a population-based study (1988–2011)

Stromal Over-reduction by High-light Stress as Measured by Decreases in P700 Oxidation by Far-red Light and its Physiological Relevance

Separation of Light-induced Linear, Cyclic and Stroma-sourced Electron Fluxes to P700+ in Cucumber Leaf Discs after Pre-Illumination at a Chilling Temperature

Presence of the Photoactive Reaction-Center Chlorophyll of PSI (P700) in Dark-Grown Cells of a Chlorophyll-Deficient Mutant of Chlorella kessleri

Civil Code of the Russian Federation, Part II, Text, Comments, Index, International Centre for Financial and Economic Development, Moscow, 1996, 700 p., (in Russian: Grazhdanskij Kodeks Rossijskoj Federazii, Chast Vtoraja, Tekst, Kommentarii, Alfavitno-predmetnyi Ukazatel’) ISBN 5-7709-0016-4.

 

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The pigment that acts as the energy trap of photosystem I in chloroplasts. It is thought to be chlorophyll a in a special structural environment. It represents about 0.3 per cent of the total chlorophyll and absorbs light, most strongly at a wavelength of 700 nm.

Subjects: Chemistry — Plant Sciences and Forestry.


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