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Prognostic impact of renal arterial resistance index upon renal allograft survival: the time point matters

Eradication of Helicobacter pylori According to 23S Ribosomal RNA Point Mutations Associated With Clarithromycin Resistance

Cloning of Two Acetylcholinesterase Genes and Analysis of Point Mutations Putatively Associated with Triazophos Resistance in Chilo auricilius (Lepidoptera: Pyralidae)

The acquisition of full fluoroquinolone resistance in Salmonella Typhi by accumulation of point mutations in the topoisomerase targets

Point mutations in the 23S rRNA gene of Helicobacter pylori associated with different levels of clarithromycin resistance.

Point mutations in the Plasmodium falciparum cg2 gene, polymorphism of the kappa repeat region, and their relationship with chloroquine resistance

High Plasmodium falciparum resistance to chloroquine and sulfadoxine-pyrimethamine in Harper, Liberia: results in vivo and analysis of point mutations

The Worldwide Antibiotic Resistance and Prescribing in European Children (ARPEC) point prevalence survey: developing hospital-quality indicators of antibiotic prescribing for children

Are β-lactam breakpoints adequate to define non-susceptibility for all Haemophilus influenzae resistance phenotypes from a pharmacodynamic point of view?

Point mutations in the inc antisense RNA gene are associated with increased plasmid copy number, expression of bla CMY-2 and resistance to piperacillin/tazobactam in Escherichia coli

Altered spectrum of multidrug resistance associated with a single point mutation in the Escherichia coli RND-type MDR efflux pump YhiV (MdtF)

 

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In a lever, the point at which the load acts. In human skeletal movements, it is the centre of gravity of the segment of the body being moved plus the centre of gravity of the external resistance or load. See also moment arm.

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