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Positive Action in Community Law

European development. Badeck - the third German reference on positive action

How Positive Social Emotions Motivate Actions for the Future Self Building Bonds, Attaining Ambitions, and Establishing Esteem

60PMECHANISM OF ACTION FOR COMBINED CDK4/6 AND ER INHIBITION IN ER POSITIVE BREAST CANCER

Effects of low-flow ischemia on the positive inotropic action of angiotensin II in isolated rabbit and rat hearts

What next for the Middle East? Re-reading history, re-visioning future possibilities of positive action

Age-Dependent Action of an ABA-Inducible Receptor Kinase, RPK1, as a Positive Regulator of Senescence in Arabidopsis Leaves

More Positive Action in Community Law: Case C-409/95, Marschall v Land Nordrhein-Westfalen [1998] IRLR 39 (ECJ)

In vitro approaches to develop weight of evidence (WoE) and mode of action (MoA) discussions with positive in vitro genotoxicity results

Clinical Relevance of Bacteriostatic versus Bactericidal Mechanisms of Action in the Treatment of Gram-Positive Bacterial Infections

Clostridium difficile (CD) Action Team (CDAT): An Intervention to Improve Care for Patients with a Positive CD PCR

Erratum to “Effects of low-flow ischemia on the positive inotropic action of angiotensin II in isolated rabbit and rat hearts” [Cardiovasc. Res. 33 1997 71–81]

Investigating the effects of positive charge and hydrophobicity on the cell selectivity, mechanism of action and anti-inflammatory activity of a Trp-rich antimicrobial peptide indolicidin

Comparative in vitro activity of telavancin (TD-6424), a rapidly bactericidal, concentration-dependent anti-infective with multiple mechanisms of action against Gram-positive bacteria

 

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